Cato Handbook for Policymakers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Limited Government and the Rule of Law 11
  • 3: Congress, the Courts, and the Constitution 21
  • Restructuring the Federal Government 47
  • 4: Cutting Federal Spending 49
  • 5: Fiscal Federalism 63
  • 6: Privatization 73
  • Government Reform 81
  • 7: The Delegation of Legislative Powers 83
  • 8: Term Limits 91
  • 9: Campaign Finance 99
  • 10: Reclaiming the War Power 107
  • 11: Tort and Class-Action Reform 115
  • Health Care and Entitlement Reform 123
  • 12: Medicare 125
  • 13: Medicaid and Schip 133
  • 14: The Tax Treatment of Health Care 141
  • 15: Health Care Regulation 151
  • 16: Health Insurance Regulation 167
  • 17: Social Security 181
  • Cutting Federal Departments and Programs 191
  • 18: Agricultural Policy 193
  • 19: The Defense Budget 201
  • 20: K–12 Education 215
  • 21: Higher Education Policy 229
  • 22: Housing Policy 241
  • 23: Interior Department and Public Lands 249
  • 24: Surface Transportation Policy 259
  • 25: Cultural Agencies 269
  • 26: Corporate Welfare and Earmarks 277
  • Threats to Civil Liberties 289
  • 27: Civil Liberties and Terrorism 291
  • 28: Electronic Surveillance 301
  • 29: National Id Systems 309
  • 30: Regulation of Electronic Speech and Commerce 315
  • 31: Restoring the Right to Bear Arms 323
  • 32: Tobacco and the Rule of Law 331
  • 33: The War on Drugs 337
  • 34: Property Rights and the Constitution 345
  • Regulation 363
  • 35: The Limits of Monetary Policy 365
  • 36: Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation 377
  • 37: Telecommunications, Broadband, and Media Policy 385
  • 38. Copyright and Patent 393
  • 39. Health and Safety Policy 401
  • 40. Antitrust 411
  • Tax Policy 419
  • 41. Federal Tax Reform 421
  • 42. International Tax Competition 429
  • Energy and Environment 441
  • 43. Energy Policy 443
  • 44. Environmental Policy 463
  • 45. Global Warming and Climate Change 475
  • Foreign and Defense Policy 487
  • 46. Countering Terrorism 489
  • 47. Domestic Security 497
  • 48. Strengthening the All-Volunteer Military 507
  • 49. Iraq 513
  • 50. U.S. Policy toward Iran 523
  • 51. U.S. Policy toward Afghanistan and Pakistan 531
  • 52. U.S. Policy in the Middle East 539
  • 53. Relations with China, India, and Russia 549
  • 54. East Asian Security Commitments 561
  • 55. Transatlantic Relations 571
  • 56. U.S. Policy in the Balkans 579
  • 57. Relations with Cuba 589
  • 58. the International War on Drugs 599
  • International Economic Policy 609
  • 59. Trade 611
  • 60. Immigration 625
  • 61. U.S. Policy toward Latin America 637
  • 62. U.S. Policy toward Sub-Saharan Africa 645
  • 63. Foreign Aid and Economic Development 655
  • Index 671
  • Contributors 687
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