Calvert Institute Press Hits Archive

M. Anft and M. Rath, The End: What Kurt Schmoke Did Right, and How He Went Wrong, (Baltimore) City Paper, 1999-12-01

D.P. Munro, Break up Computer, and Public Services, Monopolies, (Baltimore) Sun, 1999-11-14

A.L. Noonan, For GOP, It’s not Safe our After Dark, Baltimore Press, 1999-11-12

D.P. Munro, To Staunch a Wound: Using School Choice to Halt Middle-Class

B. Rascovar, After Long Sleep, City’s GOP Begins to Look Competitive, (Baltimore) Sun, 1999-10-28

M. Rath, Money’s too Tight to Mention: Budget Woes Get Little Campaign-Trail Play, (Baltimore) City Paper, 1999-10-27

A.L. Noonan, Why this Mayor’s Race Is Unusual: Political Scholar Explains why this Mayor’s Race Is so Unusual, Baltimore Press, 1999-10-15

G. Shields, Groups Push for Fiscal Stability Organizations Offer Remedies for City’s Troubled Finances, (Baltimore) Sun, 1999-10-10

M. Anft, Right Means Right?, (Baltimore) City Paper, 1999-10-06

D.P. Munro, School Vouchers to Save the City, Heartland Institute Intellectual Ammunition, Vol. 8, No. 5, 1999-10-01