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    David Boaz Clips
    Cato's executive vice president David Boaz has played a key role in the development of the Cato Institute and the libertarian movement. He is a provocative commentator and a leading authority on domestic issues such as education choice, drug legalization, the growth of government, and the rise of ...
    23 Videos = 3:13:27 - Cato Institute Video Clips / YouTube
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    [+] Bringing in the sheep (2 Reviews) by David Boaz, p. 39 - PDF
     The Fleecing of America, by William Proxmire, ...

      The Libertarian Review, September 1980
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      The Budget by David Boaz, pp. 18-21 - PDF
       Snipping at the Status Quo
      The Libertarian Review, May 1981
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      How to Really Cut the Budget by David Boaz, pp. 13-20 - PDF
       Reagan's idea of how to cut the budget is to add another $32 billion to it. Here...
      Inquiry, April 12, 1982
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      [+] Pseudo-market solutions (Review) by David Boaz, pp. 38-39 - PDF
       Privatizing the Public Sector, by Emanuel S. Savas

      1. Privatizing the Public Sector by Emanuel S. Savas
      Inquiry, November 1982
    4.  
      Classical Liberalism Reconsidered: A Symposium
        Liberalism and Change by David Boaz,, pp. 680-683 - PDF
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, November 1985
    5.  
      Assessing the Reagan Years (1988) by David Boaz
      1 Review
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      View Point by David Boaz, pp. 58-60 - PDF
       Why Does Bush Win?
      Reason, June 1988
    7.  
      An American Vision (1989) by Edward H. Crane and David Boaz
      Policies for the 90's
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      [+] The Book Case (Review) by David Boaz, pp. 51-52 - PDF
       Self-Made America, Group-Think Japan

      1. More Like Us by James Fallows
      Reason, October 1989
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      Private Property from Soweto to Shanghai by David Boaz, pp. 446-448 - PDF
       A trip around the world yields some valuable lessons.
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, November 1989
    10.  
      The Vision Thing: Conservatives Take Aim at the '90s
        --- by David Boaz , p. 8 - PDF
      Policy Review, Spring 1990
    11.  
      The Crisis in Drug Prohibition (1991) by David Boaz
      2 Reviews
    12.  
      Market Liberalism (1993) by David Boaz and Edward H. Crane
      A Paradigm for the 21st Century
    13.  
      Learning Opportunities by David Boaz, pp. 50-55
      The National Review, September 12, 1994
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      [+] The Critical Liberal (Review) by David Boaz, p. 89 - PDF
       Big Babies, by Michael E. Kinsley

      1. Big Babies by Michael E. Kinsley
      The American Enterprise, November 1995
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      Can Congress Revive Civil Society?
        Conservative Social Engineering by David Boaz,, pp. 32-33 - PDF
      Policy Review, January 1996
    16.  
      The Libertarian Reader (1997) by David Boaz
      Classic and Contemporary Writings from Lao Tzu to Milton Friedman
      3 Reviews
    17.  
      Libertarianism: A Primer (1997) by David Boaz
      4 Reviews
    18.  
      What Big Government Is All About by David Boaz, pp. 208-215 - PDF
       An excerpt from libertarianism: A Primer.
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, April 1997
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      Privatize Marriage by David Boaz,
       A simple solution to the gay-marriage debate.
      Slate Magazine, Friday, April 25th, 1997 3:30 AM
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      Competition and Cooperation by David Boaz, pp. 529-531 - PDF
       Essential elements of the simple system of natural liberty.
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, September 1997
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      Whose Kids Are They? by David Boaz, pp. 607-609 - PDF
       Revisiting The Twelve-Year Sentence.
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, October 1998
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      Libertarianism in Japan by David Boaz, pp. 38-39 - PDF
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, January 1999
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      Come to America, John Paul by David Boaz, pp. 18-19 - PDF
      The Freeman/Ideas on Liberty, February 1999
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