EVER WONDER WHY THINGS seem so mixed up? By more than six to one, Americans say their own personal
THE FAIRCHILD-FUJITSU affair raises questions about the direction of U.S. trade policy. Foremost is:
Let there be no misunderstanding of the true meaning of free enterprise. It does not mean being sin
Propagating the Myth

Of Tort ExplosionI was saddened to read that The Journal of Commerce is
Evidence of the heavy toll the yen's sharp appreciation since the autumn of 1985 is taking on Japan'
WHO WILL POLICE THE POLICEMEN? One of Vice Admiral John M. Poindexter's final acts as national secur
CAN A FOOLPROOF DRUG and alcohol test be devised? That, it seems to us, is the only question involve
If Massachusetts nuclear power groupies didn't get their daily fill of the Seabrook nuclear power pl
A FAMILIAR QUESTION - Why doesn't the United States have a maritime policy? - was heard during the H
IF A BOONDOGGLE is "any project on which government funds are wasted" (Safire's Political Dictionary
Your editorial, "Give Amtrak Away," (JofC, March 4) correctly identifies our association as one of t
Phil Caldwell is the kind of person who disappears in a crowd. His gray suits match his gray hair an
Children play with video games while their parents doze on deck. Teen-agers watch a film in the cin
IS THERE A CHANCE there will be no budget agreement this year? Despite suggestions by many that the