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February 1994

Volume 44, 1994

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Welfare Spending
Antipoverty Spending Hasn't Lowered the Poverty Rate

The Economic Way of Thinking, Part 5
Incentives Explain Seemingly Irrational Human Behavior

The Pharmaceutical Industry: Problem or Solution?
Health-Care Reform Should Involve a Search for Answers, Not Villains

Environment and Free Trade
Countries Must Be Rich Before They Can Be Clean

Davis-Bacon: Jim Crow's Last Stand
The Davis-Bacon Act Imposes Tremendous Social and Economic Costs

Human Rights Around the Globe
Do Human Rights Differ by Country?

Jury Nullification: Cornerstone of Freedom
The Fully Informed Jury Is at the Bedrock of Our Republic

The Unseen Costs of Family Leave
Government Mandates Create Disincentives to Hiring Women

School Violence
To Address School Violence, We Must Reconsider the Governance of Schools

The New York Asbestos Debacle
The Public Remains Vulnerable to Attacks of Environmental Hysteria

The Rise and Fall of Leftist Radicalism in America
Engaging Reinterpretations of Twentieth-Century Events

A Retrospective on the Bretton Woods System: Lessons for International Monetary Reform
An Ideal International Monetary System Would Facilitate Free Trade

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