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How conservative think tanks have helped to transform the terms of political debate
Now in its fifth year of operation, the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal appears to be working
How politicians use newspapers and newspapers use politicians
Budget cuts do not fully explain why infant mortality is falling so slovely in the United States. Access to prenatal care has never been sufficient
Cocaine is highly addictive, highly toxic, and increasingly abundant. We are fighting cocaine abuse the wrong way.