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Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Time to Junk the Telecom Act." Investor's Business Daily, July 23 1998.
Lenard, Thomas M. "Reinventing Regulation." The Journal of Commerce, July 1998.
Westby, Jody R. "Put Some Clout Behind 'IT' Policy." Progress on Point 5.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 1998.
Lenard, Thomas M. and Bradley A. Lips. "A Critical Analysis of H.R. 655." The Electricity Journal, May 1998.
Westby, Jody R. "The Internet is Not a Cash Cow." Progress on Point 5.2. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 1998.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Section 706 and Related Bandwidth Issues." Testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Communications, April 22, 1998.
Barnett, Andy H. "Economic Common Sense and Alternative Fuel Policy." Progress on Point 5.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 1998.
Block, Michael K. and Thomas M. Lenard. Deregulating Electricity: The Federal Role. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 1998.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Microsoft's morality play." CNET News.com, March 11, 1998.
Block, Michael K. "Deregulating Electricity: Progress in the States." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 1998.
Hatch, Orrin G. "Antitrust in the Digital Age." Future Insight 5.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 1998.
PFF Roundtable - Creating Competitive Markets in Electric Energy: Microturbines and Distributed Generation: Implications for the Electricity Marketplace. Progress on Point 4.8. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 5,1997.
PFF Roundtable - Creating Competitive Markets in Electric Energy: Merger Policy at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Progress on Point 4.7. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 1997.
Lenard, Thomas M. and Bradley A. Lips. "Creating Competitive Markets in Electric Energy: A Critical Analysis of H.R. 655." Progress on Point 4.6. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 1997.
Keyworth, II, George A. "Hearings on Encryption." Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Trade and Consumer Protection, September 1997.
The Digital State. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 1997.
McClellan Jr., Donald W. "A Containment Policy For Protecting The Internet From Regulation: The Broadband Imperative." Progress on Point 4.5. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 1997.
Fortson, Jane. "Growing the New Deal: Will Congress Expand the Federal Housing Administration?" Progress on Point 4.4. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 1997.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Time to Walk the Walk on Telecom Policy." Progress on Point 4.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 1997.
McClellan, Jr., Donald W. "The FCC's $13 Billion Tax Hike." Progress on Point 4.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 1997.
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.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Ira Magaziner Targets the Internet." The Washington Times, March 26, 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.
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