May - June 2001

May - June 2001

Farm Trade Fix?

The Matter of India

Gurcharan Das, India Unbound (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2001), 406 pages, $27.50

Doctoring the Facts

Sally Satel, P.C., M.D.: How Political Correctness Is Corrupting Medicine (Basic Books), 256 pages, $21.60

Importing Infections

Mr. Epstein Regrets...

Agriphobia

Building a Better Budget

Changes in federal budget rules would clarify the cases for and against tax cuts and increases in government spending.

Good Doc, Bad Cop

Canary in a Coal Mine

Toward a Digital National Defense

The digital age is diminishing the role of nuclear weapons. So what's next?

Officer Politics

Recent police department scandals are a result of increased federal involvement and racial hiring practices.

Officer Politics

Recent police department scandals are a result of increased federal involvement and racial hiring practices.

Words Imperfect

Baltic Nations in Decline

The once-majestic cities of the Baltic region have fallen prey to economic leveling and social decay. Recovery will require great cultural changes.

Ms. Discovers Motherhood

The Price of Motherhood: Why the Most Important Job in the World Is Still the Least Valued, by Ann Crittenden (Metropolitan Books), 323 pages, $25.00

The United States, China, and Taiwan: The Policy Calculus

Beyond the Chain Gang

As prison populations swell, prisoner reentry programs can be an effective remedy for overcrowded prisons and an undercrowded labor force.

Manufacturing a Recession

How Washington created an economic downturn, and how we can recover from it.

The Positive Impact of Trade on U.S. Jobs

International trade is good for American workers.

The Gloom Is Overdone

There's nothing wrong with America's economy that the Fed can't fix

Legislating Hate

Trade Drag?

Despite the worries of some economists, America's record foreign debt is no threat to the nation's economic well-being.

Tumbling Towers

Postmodern architecture reflects the confusion, pluralism, and instability of today's society.

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