Cato Handbook for Policymakers

Synopsis

Now in its seventh edition, the Cato Handbook on Policy gathers the policy recommendations from Cato Institute scholars and experts on every major policy issue. Providing both in-depth analysis and concrete recommendations, the Handbook is an invaluable resource for policymakers and anyone else interested in securing liberty through limited government. This year's edition appeals to policymakers on federal, state, and local levels with a broad scope of issues, such as healthcare, foreign policy, Social Security, education, taxes, and energy policy. The Washington Post has called the Handbook a soup-to-nuts agenda to reduce spending, kill programs, terminate whole agencies, and dramatically restrict the power of the federal government.