Cato Handbook for Congress: Policy Recommendations for the 108th Congress

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CATO
HANDBOOK
FOR
CONGRESS

108TH CONGRESS

CATO
INSTITUTE
Washinton, D.C.

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Cato Handbook for Congress: Policy Recommendations for the 108th Congress
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 2 - Limited Government and the Rule of Law 9
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 3 - Congress, the Courts, and the Constitution 19
  • Suggested Readings *
  • Confronting Terror *
  • 4 - Clearing the Decks for War 45
  • Recommended Readings *
  • 5 - Waging an Effective War 53
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 6 - Homeland Security 61
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  • 7 - Reducing the “lightning Rod” Problem 69
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  • Government Reform *
  • 8 - The Delegation of Legislative Powers 77
  • Suggested Readings 85
  • 9 - Term Limits and the Need for a Citizen Legislature 87
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  • 10 - Campaign Finance, Corruption, and the Oath of Office 97
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  • 11 - Reclaiming the War Power 109
  • Suggested Readings 115
  • Threats to Civil Liberties *
  • 12 - Usa Patriot Act and Domesticdetention Policy 117
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  • 13 - National Id Cards and Military Tribunals 125
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  • 14 - Regulation of Electronic Speech and Commerce 131
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 15 - Property Rights and Regulatory Takings 145
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  • 16 - Tobacco and the Rule of Law 163
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  • 17 - The War on Drugs 171
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  • 18 - Restoring the Right to Bear Arms 179
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  • 19 - Guns and Federalism 187
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  • Money and Banking *
  • 20 - The Limits of Monetary Policy 193
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 21 - Financial Deregulation 203
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 22 - Enron, Worldcom, and Other Disasters 215
  • Suggested Readings *
  • Domestic Policy *
  • 23 - The Federal Budget 223
  • Appendix: Proposed Program Terminations, Privatizations, and Transfers to the States (fy02 Outlays in $ Millions) *
  • Suggested Readings 239
  • 24 - Tax Reform 241
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 25 - Social Security 257
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 26 - Public Health Care 271
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 27 - Private Health Care 283
  • Suggested Readings 294
  • 28 - Department of Education 295
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  • 29 - Special Education 305
  • Suggested Readings 311
  • 30 - Agricultural Policy 313
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 31 - Cultural Agencies 319
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 32 - Privatization *
  • Suggested Readings 335
  • 33 - Corporate Welfare 337
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  • Regulation *
  • 34 - Labor Relations Law 345
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 35 - Health and Safety Policy 361
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 36 - Transportation Policy 371
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 37 - Insurance Regulation and Government Insurance 385
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  • 38 - Antitrust 397
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  • 39 - The Food and Drug Administration 405
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 40 - Intellectual Property 409
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 41 - Telecommunications and Broadband Policy 417
  • Suggested Readings *
  • Energy and Environment *
  • 42 - Electricity Policy 431
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 43 - Environmental Protection 439
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 44 - Environmental Health: Risks and Reality 453
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 45 - Global Warming 463
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  • 46 - Department of Energy 477
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  • Foreign and Defense Policy *
  • 47 - U.S. Security Strategy 491
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  • 48 - The Defense Budget 499
  • Suggested Readings 506
  • 49 - Cut Unneeded Weapon Systems 507
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 50 - Strategic Nuclear Forces and Missile Defense 515
  • Recommended Readings *
  • 51 - Policy Toward Nato 523
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 52 - Moving on in the Balkans 531
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 53 - The U.S. Alliance with Saudi Arabia 543
  • Suggested Readings 550
  • 54 - East Asian Defense Commitments 551
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 55 - Policy Toward India and Pakistan 561
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 56 - The International War on Drugs 567
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 57 - Relations with China 577
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 58 - The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 587
  • Suggested Readings 592
  • 59 - U.S.-Russian Relations 593
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 60 - Relations with Cuba 603
  • Suggested Readings *
  • International Economic Policy *
  • 61 - Trade 613
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 62 - International Tax Competition 623
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 63 - Immigration 631
  • Suggested Readings *
  • 64 - International Financial Crises and the Imf 643
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  • 65 - U.S. Policy Toward Latin America 653
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  • 66 - Foreign Aid and Economic Development 661
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  • Contributors 675
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