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February 1994

Volume 44, 1994

FEATURES

Welfare Spending

Antipoverty Spending Hasn't Lowered the Poverty Rate
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The Economic Way of Thinking, Part 5

Incentives Explain Seemingly Irrational Human Behavior
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The Pharmaceutical Industry: Problem or Solution?

Health-Care Reform Should Involve a Search for Answers, Not Villains
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Environment and Free Trade

Countries Must Be Rich Before They Can Be Clean
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Davis-Bacon: Jim Crow's Last Stand

The Davis-Bacon Act Imposes Tremendous Social and Economic Costs
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Federal Transit Subsidies: How Government Investment Harms the U.S. Economy

Public Transit's Contributions to the U.S. Economy Are Pathetically Meager
FEBRUARY 01, 1994 by

Private Highways in America, 1792-1916

Toll Roads Make Economic Sense
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Human Rights Around the Globe

Do Human Rights Differ by Country?
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Jury Nullification: Cornerstone of Freedom

The Fully Informed Jury Is at the Bedrock of Our Republic
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The Unseen Costs of Family Leave

Government Mandates Create Disincentives to Hiring Women
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