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From the Hill

  • From the Hill

    R&D is big winner in 1999 federal budget A last-minute congressional spending frenzy helped boost federal R&D funding significantly in the FY 1999 year to $80.2 billion-$4.1 billion or 5.3 percent more… Read More

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Book Reviews

  • Book Review: EPA analyzed

    EPA analyzed Pollution Control in the United States: Evaluating the System, by J. Clarence Davies and Jan Mazurek, Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, 1998, 319 pp. David Clarke To the… Read More
  • The Future of the US Economy

    The Productive Edge: How U.S. Industries Are Pointing the Way to a New Era of Economic Growth, by Richard Lester. New York: Norton, 1998, 368 pp. Richard Florida Barely a decade… Read More
  • Nuclear Reckoning

    Atomic Audit: The Costs and Consequences of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Since 1940, Stephen I. Schwartz, ed. Bruce G. Blair, Thomas S. Blanton, William Burr, Steven M. Kosiak, Arjun Makhijani, Robert S. Read More
  • Book Review: A stressful world

    A stressful world Global Public Policy: Governing without Government?, by Wolfgang H, Reinecke. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 1998, 307 pp. Alan Tonelson Pundits and other policy sophisticates in Washington love… Read More
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