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, May 1985 Issue
The Reason Foundation
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Death in Ethiopia: Who's to Blame?
by Lynn Scarlett,, p. 10 -
We Must Touch the Untouchable
by Robert W. Poole, Jr.,, pp. 11-25 -
by Howard Maccabee, pp. 26-35 -
How Much Do We Really Know?
Don't Let Amtrak Con You
by John Semmens, pp. 36-38 -
President Reagan is trying to cut Amtrak's billions in subsidies, but the great ...
The Budget Revolution That Wasn't
by Doug Bandow, pp. 39-43 -
If you believed candidate Ronald Reagan in 1980, you should have seen federal sp...
by Charles Murray, pp. 44-48 -
by Oded Yinon, p. 49 -
Fiasco in the Promised Land
""Not With My Money!"""
by Mark Skousen, p. 50 -
Time to Tell Uncle Sam, 'Not with My Money!'
by Patrick Cox, p. 51 -
Showing How Self-Help Works
Life & Liberty
by Pamela Regis and Robert W. Poole, Jr, pp. 52-53 -
Temple of the Sprit
The Book Case
by Thomas Sowell, pp. 54-57 -
A Nightmare Relived
The Nightmare Years, 1930-1940
by William L. Shirer
Improving the Process Is No Improvement
by Joseph Martino, pp. 58-59 -
Making the Future Work, by John Diebold
Making the Future Work
by John Diebold
Superpowers' Super Problems in Foreign Policy
by Leonard Liggio, pp. 60-61 -
Antipolitics, by George Konrad, ...
Who Burst the Braniff Bubble?
by John Doherty, pp. 62-68 -
Splash of Colors, by John Nance
Splash of Colors
by John Nance
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