Articles by Nick Schulz

Children of 1919

Editor's note: David Andelman is the author of A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today. He recently discussed his book with Nick Schulz. Q. It is your sense that 1919 and the Paris Conference are... Read More

Immigrants, Our Country Needs Them

Editor's note: Few issues in American political life have generated so intense a debate as immigration. The US Congress this year failed - twice - to pass an immigration reform bill. With no consensus on a political path forward,... Read More

The Bottom Billion No More?

Paul Collier is the author of an important new book, The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries are Failing and What Can be Done About It. He is Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for the Study... Read More

Rep. Tim Walberg, Tax Killer

Editor's note: Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) is the architect of the Tax Increase Prevention Act. He talks to TCS editor Nick Schulz Schulz: We keep hearing that Americans might be in store for a big tax increase. What are these... Read More

Dumbocracy in America

Editor's note: Bryan Caplan is an economist at George Mason University and the author of an important new book - "The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies." He argues that ordinary voters harbor irrational beliefs... Read More

Creative Destruction: The Words of the Prophet

Editor's Note: Thomas K. McCraw is the Isidor Straus Professor of Business History, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School. His book Prophets of Regulation: Charles Francis Adams, Luis D. Brandeis, James M. Landis, Alfred E. Kahn won both the... Read More

Security, Inequality and the Entrepreneurial Imperative

Sens. Charles Schumer and James Webb have done the country a favor. They recently commissioned an economic report to determine the extent to which workers' incomes vary from year to year, and whether or not that variability has been rising... Read More

The Lego-fication of Heavy Industry

President Bush recently reiterated his opposition to mandatory caps on greenhouse gases. He argued that unless rapidly rising economies such as China and India also agree to caps, then any steps the US takes are in vain. "Unless there... Read More

No Exit, Big Problem

"We were going to produce superior steaks to sell at premium prices, revolutionize milling and baking, convert garbage into animal feed (with what we wrongly thought was great technology) and bring about several other breakthroughs in agriculture. Alas, none of... Read More

Is Gingrich the One?

For many Republicans and Democrats who were supporters of Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich might emerge as the most attractive potential presidential candidate for '08. Here's why. The coalition of economic libertarians, social conservatives, and Cold Warriors that un Read More

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