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  • Silencing Scienceby Steven Milloy

    Cato Institute 1998; US$ 1.99

    Science has been a major contributor to the health and wealth we enjoy today, but not everyone is happy with it. Science can get in the way of social and environmental activists, politicians, lawyers, and government regulators. This book is a tongue-in-cheek how-to manual for the concerned citizen annoyed by pesky science. The authors describe more... more...

  • Through Green-Colored Glassesby Wilfred Beckerman

    Cato Institute 1996; US$ 1.99

    A former member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution reveals the flaws in alarmist environmental movement arguments. more...

  • Zoning, Rent Control and Affordable Housingby William Tucker

    Cato Institute 1991; US$ 1.99

    The so-called housing problem is not national; it is local. Municipalities practice exclusionary zoning that prevents cheap, multifamily housing from being built. Municipalities initiate strict building-code enforcement campaigns that often result in the closing of single-room-occupancy hotels and other cheap housing in inner cities. And municipalities... more...

  • Replacing Obamacareby Michael F. Cannon

    Cato Institute 2012; US$ 3.99

    This new eBook assembles the best of the Cato Institute?s work on ObamaCare, and on how free markets are the only way to make health care better, more affordable, and more secure. These articles, written by over a dozen national experts, explain why repealing ObamaCare?and pursuing solid, proven solutions? is real health care reform. more...

  • Social Securityby Peter J. Ferrara

    Cato Institute 1980; US$ 1.99

    In this comprehensive examination of America's social security system, economist-lawyer Peter J. Ferrara offers a thorough and solid brief against maintaining the present system. He presents conclusive evidence that social security has been sold to the American people by deceit and misrepresentation and that the social security system's financial troubles,... more...

  • Water Marketsby Terry L. Anderson

    Cato Institute 1997; US$ 1.99

    Rain and snow may be falling today, but throughout the world people continually fear water shortages. Is there reason for such apprehension? In Water Markets: Priming the Invisible Pump, Terry L. Anderson and Pamela Snyder argue that the answer is no -- if we return control of water from government to markets. The authors document that humans are using... more...

  • Why Schools Failby Bruce Goldberg

    Cato Institute 1996; US$ 1.99

    Goldberg claims that schools can be dreadful places to spend time: they often mutilate a child's sense of self and suppress individuality. more...

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