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There Goes the Neighborhood: The Bush-Ashcroft Plan to 'Help' Localities Fight Gun Crime,

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Arrogance of Power Reborn: The Imperial Presidency and Foreign Policy in the Clinton Years ,

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Any time there is a natural disaster, FEMA is trotted out as an example of how well government programs work. In reality, by using taxpayer dollars to provide disaster relief and subsidized insurance, FEMA itself encourages Americans to build in disaster-prone areas and makes the rest of us pick up the tab for those risky decisions. Americans should not be forced to pay the cost of rebuilding oceanfront summer homes.

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Davis-Bacon was designed explicitly to keep black construction workers from working on Depression-era public works projects.

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[Speaking at] Regulation in the Digital Age, ... the digital young are revolutionaries. Unlike the clucking boomers, they're not talking revolution, they're actually making one.

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blow to homeowners and small business people.

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asset accumulation plays a vital role in escaping poverty.

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For the money that the U.S. federal government paid farmers between 1995 and 2003, ... the government could have purchased outright more than a quarter of all farms.

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We have to acknowledge that individuals can face transition costs when trade barriers come down,

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If the market can predict the Fed's policy actions, then it must be the case that Fed policy follows a rule, or policy regularity or some sort,

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