Competitiveness and Death
Gary Winslett

Competitiveness and Death examines the increase and reduction of regulatory barriers to trade across three industries: environmental, labor, and safety rules on automobiles, consumer protection…

Romulus: The Legend of Rome’s Founding Father
Marc Hyden

According to legend, Romulus was born to a Vestal Virgin and left for dead as an infant near the Tiber River. His life nearly ended as quickly as it began, but fate had other plans. A humble shepherd…

Winning the Water Wars
Steven Greenhut

In his new Pacific Research Institute book Winning the Water Wars, journalist and R Street Institute western region director Steven Greenhut writes that California can end its decades-long battles…

, Drinks Reform
Give Me Liberty and Give Me a Drink!
C. Jarrett Dieterle

Do you like cocktails? Do you like freedom?
DrinksReform editor Jarrett Dieterle has written a whole book about both! Due out September 15, Give Me Liberty and Give Me a Drink! is a rollicking,…

, American Bar Association
Jefferson’s Pen: The Art of Persuasion
Arthur Rizer

Many books have been written about Thomas Jefferson: most about his time in the presidency, many about the Declaration of Independence, some concerning his contradictory roles as advocate of freedom…

, Harvard Education Press
Democratic Discord in Schools Cases and Commentaries in Educational Ethics
Andy Smarick

Andy Smarick wrote one of the chapters.

Teaching in a democracy is challenging and filled with dilemmas that have no easy answers. For example, how do educators meet their responsibilities of…

Ronald Reagan and Education Policy
Kevin Kosar

Ronald Reagan entered the presidency promising to return K-12 education policy back to states and localities. Ironically, Reagan ended up both expanding and legitimizing the federal role in…

No Longer Forgotten: The Triumphs and Struggles of Rural Education in America
Andy Smarick

The lion’s share of writing about education improvement for the past two decades has focused on improving urban schools. Given the yawning gaps between the low-income and minority students that…

, Paul Dry Books
Finance and Philosophy: Why We’re Always Surprised
Alex J. Pollock

“Pollock tells us all we need to know about money and banking, risk and uncertainty, debt and temptation, and science and economics. He delights as he instructs.”―James Grant, founder and…

On Parliamentary War: Partisan Conflict and Procedural Change in the U.S. Senate
James Wallner

Dysfunction in the contemporary Senate is driven by the deteriorating relationship between the majority and minority parties in the institution. In this environment, regular order is virtually…

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