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  • Policy Review
    Total Archives: 28 Years, 122 Issues, 2,004 Articles, 13,214pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1970s
      = 3 Years, 10 Issues, 141 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1980s
        = 10 Years, 41 Issues, 860 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 1990s
          = 10 Years, 47 Issues, 796 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of the 2000s
            = 5 Years, 24 Issues, 207 Articles
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            Decade 1970s
            1. Policy Review,
              Summer 1977 Issue, 19 Articles, 152pp
              The Specter of Eurocommunism by Robert Moss
            2. Policy Review,
              Fall 1977 Issue, 10 Articles, 140pp
              Government Sanctioned Restraints That Reduce Economic Opportunities for Minorities by Walter E. Williams
            3. Policy Review,
              Winter 1978 Issue, 12 Articles, 144pp
              Human Rights and Diplomacy: Two Views
            4. Policy Review,
              Spring 1978 Issue, 16 Articles, 132pp
              Europe after the French Elections by Stephen Haseler
              A Counter-Strategy for the West
            5. Policy Review,
              Summer 1978 Issue, 14 Articles, 148pp
              The Limitations of Tax Limitation by Milton Friedman
            6. Policy Review,
              Fall 1978 Issue, 13 Articles, 149pp
              The Power of the Press by Max M. Kampelman
              A Problem for Our Democracy
            7. Policy Review,
              Winter 1979 Issue, 12 Articles, 148pp
              NATO Strategy and the 'Neutron Bomb' by Colin S. Gray
            8. Policy Review,
              Spring 1979 Issue, 18 Articles, 164pp
              Poverty in the United States by Morton Paglin
              A Reevaluation
            9. Policy Review,
              Summer 1979 Issue, 13 Articles, 181pp
              Soviet Violations oF SALT I by Jake Garn
            10. Policy Review,
              Fall 1979 Issue, 14 Articles, 164pp
              SALT II: The Real Debate by Colin S. Gray
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            1. The New Generation of Conservative Activists
              Policy Review
              , Fall 1987, pp. 72-75 - PDF
            2. Government Is Incapable of Detecting Artistic Genius
              Policy Review
              , Fall 1990, pp. 32-37 - PDF
            3. Is There a Difference?
              Policy Review
              , Spring 1985, pp. 12-17 - PDF
            4. Women Discuss Post-Abortion Trauma
              Policy Review
              , Spring 1985, pp. 20-23 - PDF
            5. Is Islam an Enemy of the West?
              Policy Review
              , Fall 1989, pp. 50-54 - PDF
            6. What Social Workers Really Think about the Poor
              Policy Review
              , November 1996, pp. 50-54 - PDF
            7. The GOP Congress Thwarts Indianapolis Reform
              Policy Review
              , January 1996, pp. 8-9 - PDF
            8. Clinton Drug Policies Undermine Local Responsibility
              Policy Review
              , March 1996, p. 15 - PDF
            9. A Wet Blanket for Volunteer Firefighters; Racial Quotas in the Drug Wars
              Policy Review
              , May 1996, pp. 6-7 - PDF
            10. HUD Slaps Drug Rehab Wonder
              Policy Review
              , July 1996, pp. 7-8 - PDF
            11. How the Clinton Justice Department Is Going to Bat for Violent Prisoners
              Policy Review
              , September 1996, pp. 6-7 - PDF
            12. EPA Greenmails the States
              Policy Review
              , November 1996, pp. 10-11 - PDF
            13. Our Uniformed Corps of Medical Personnel That's Costly, Unnecessary - And Reluctant to ...
              Policy Review
              , January 1997, pp. 7-8 - PDF
            14. Courts Cast a Pall over Parental-Rights Bill
              Policy Review
              , March 1997, pp. 12-13 - PDF
            15. Why Does My Daughter Face a Higher Tax Rate than Bill Gates?; San Francisco's Chinese Wall
              Policy Review
              , May 1997, pp. 6-8 - PDF
            16. Policy Review
              , Winter 1982, pp. 29-42 - PDF
            17. A Billion-Dollar Solution to a Million-Dollar Problem?
              Policy Review
              , Winter 1984, pp. 56-58 - PDF
            18. Generous Government Is Consistent with a Market Economy
              Policy Review
              , Fall 1989, pp. 66-67 - PDF
            19. National Politicians Must Think Locally to Win the War on Drugs
              Policy Review
              , September 1996, pp. 56-59 - PDF
            20. Inside the Center for Defense Information
              Policy Review
              , Spring 1988, pp. 58-65 - PDF