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May, Randolph. "Recent Developments: Reforming the Sunshine Act"Administrative Law Review, Spring 1997.
Forbes, Malcolm S. "The Engine of America's Future." Foreword to The Meaning of the Microcosm. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 1997.
Block, Michael K. and Thomas M. Lenard. "Creating Competitive Markets in Electric Energy: A Comprehensive Proposal." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 1997.
Backerman, Steven R., Michael J. Denton, Stephen J. Rassenti, and Vernon L. Smith. Market Power in a Deregulated Electrical Industry: An Experimental Study. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 1997.
Epstein, Ralph A., Thomas M. Lenard, Robert D. Tollison, W. Kip Viscusi, and William M. Wardell. Advancing Medical Innovation: Health, Safety, and the Role of Government in the 21st Century. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 1996.
Pitsch, Peter K. The Innovation Age: A New Perspective on theTelecom Revolution. The Hudson Institute and The Progress & Freedom Foundation, 1996.
Olasky, Martin. Renewing American Compassion. New York: The Free Press and The Progress & Freedom Foundation, 1996.
Lenard, Thomas M. "Competing Carriers." In The Last Monopoly: Privatizing the Postal Service for the Information Age. Edited by Edward L. Huges. Cato Institute, 1996.
Epstein, Ralph A., Thomas M. Lenard, Robert D. Tollison, W. Kip Viscusi, and William M. Wardell. The Future of Medical Innovation: A New Approach for Bringing Medical Products Back to the Market. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 19, 1995.
Colton, David E., Jeffrey A. Eisenach, George A. Keyworth, II, and Thomas M. Lenard, "The Telecom Revolution: An American Opportunity." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 1995.
Dale, Jr., Edwin L., et al. The People's Budget. Regnery Publishing Co. and The Progress & Freedom Foundation, 1995.
Toffler, Alvin and Heidi Toffler. Creating a New Civilization. Washington, D.C.: The Progress & Freedom Foundation and Atlanta, GA: Turner Publishing, Inc., 1994
Olasky, Marvin. The Tragedy of American Compassion. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, 1994.
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