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2009 Issues

Volume 32, Issue 3 (May/June 2010)
"Stimulus by Spending Cuts: Lessons from 1946," by Jason E. Taylor and Richard K. Vedder
"What We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate," by Edward H. Crane
"Defusing the Fiscal Time Bomb"
"Reviving Our Economic Liberties"
"On the Road with Randal O'Toole"
"Conservatives Rethink Middle East Adventurism"

Volume 32, Issue 2 (March/April 2010)
"Limiting Government, 1980–2010," by John Samples
"Taking Government to a Whole New Level," by Robert A. Levy
"Big Business, Big Government, and Libertarian Populism"
"Free Trade's Tireless Crusader"
"Cato Scholars Tour for Peace, Nonintervention"

Volume 32, Issue 1 (January/February 2010)
"A Perfect Storm of Ignorance," by Jeffrey Friedman
"Bad Decade for Freedom," by David Boaz
"The Criminalization of Almost Everything"
"Cato's Pat Michaels at Center of 'Climategate' Controversy That Rocks Climate Change Establishment"
"Financial Harmony Praised, Fiat Money Condemned"

Volume 31, Issue 6 (November/December 2009)
"Hard Lessons from the Auto Bailouts" by Daniel J. Ikenson
"Afghanistan: Lost Opportunity for the GOP?" by Edward H. Crane
"Should the United States Withdraw from Afghanistan?"
"How Libertarian Is the Constitution?"
"Federal Employees Grow Fat While Private Workers Tighten Their Belts"

Volume 31, Issue 5 (September/October 2009)
"The New Deal Made Them 'Right'" by Damon W. Root
"How Gun Litigation Can Restore Economic Liberties" by Robert A. Levy
"Crucial Issues in Health Care Reform"
"Cato Ads, Conference Highlight Health Care Battle"
"Setting the Record Straight"

Volume 31, Issue 4 (July/August 2009)
"Did Deregulation Cause the Financial Crisis?" by Mark A. Calabria
Stop the War, Stop the Spending" by David Boaz
"Money, Markets, and the State"
"Chávez Fails to Silence Cato's Message of Liberty"
"Cato Scholars Take on Obama's Health Care Program"
"Report: Drug Decriminalization Works in Portugal"

Volume 31, Issue 3 (May/June 2009)
"An Endangered Native Species: The First Amendment" by Nat Hentoff
"Obamacare: Medical Malpractice" by Edward H. Crane
"Capitalism Makes Us Better People"
"Mexico's Drug War: The Growing Crisis on Our Southern Border"
"Ad Campaign Takes on Global Warming Myths"

Volume 31, Issue 2 (March/April 2009)
"How to Turn a Recession into a Depression" by William A. Niskanen
"Constitutional Basics for President Obama" by Robert A. Levy
"The Government Stole My Home"
"Cato Leads Opposition to Bloated Spending Package"
"Shaping the Obama Administration's Counterterrorism Strategy"

Volume 31, Issue 1 (January/February 2009)
"The Return of Big Government?" by David Boaz
"Lessons from the Subprime Crisis"
"Economists Debate Roots of Financial Crisis"

2008 Issues

Volume 30, Issue 6 (November/December 2008)
"Are We Ailing from Too Much Deregulation?" by David R. Henderson
"Should No-Knock Police Raids Be Rare or Routine"
"Taking Ideas Seriously" by Edward H. Crane

Volume 30, Issue 5 (September/ October 2008)
"Inequality and Taxes" by Alan Reynolds
"A Case for a Different Libertarian Party" by William A. Niskanen
"One Man's America" by George F. Will

Volume 30, Issue 4 (July/August 2008)
"As American as Bavarian Cream Pie" by Neal McCluskey
"The Costs of War" by David Boaz
"The Real ID Rebellion"

Volume 30, Issue 3 (May/June 2008)
"Government, War, and Libertarianism" by Justin Logan
"On Trees, Wind, and American Idol" by Edward H. Crane
"Hayekian Insights on Development"
"Cato Analysts Take a Skeptical Look at the Candidates"

Volume 30, Issue 2 (March/April 2008)
"As Good as Gold?" by Lawrence H. White
"Some Major Threats to Limited Government" by William A. Niskanen
"Repealing AMT, Reforming the Tax Code"
"Saying 'No' to the Venezuelan Model"

Volume 30, Issue 1 (January/February 2008)
"Lessons from the Fall of RomneyCare" by Michael Tanner
"Are You Now or Have You Ever Been a Libertarian?" by David Boaz
"Supreme Court to Take up Second Amendment"
"Can We Export Democracy?"

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