Commentary

Commentary

IMPORT QUOTAS have become major obstacles to trade. Roughly 18 percent of U.S. imports came in under
THE INTERNATIONAL PROTOCOL limiting production of chlorofluorocarbons, signed last week by 24 countr
Energy Plan Editorial

Held Right on TargetYour editorial calling for a national energy plan
East German leader Erich Honecker's historic journey across the border to West Germany produced a pr
Throughout our history, governmental support to U.S. shipbuilders and owners has had a more or less
THE DELAY IN NAMING a new transportation secretary to replace Elizabeth Hanford Dole is being linked
On the complex and contentious issue of how to reduce the staggering U.S. trade deficit, everyone se
The war between Iran and Iraq has been going on for more than seven years. When it ends, and I would
THE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE UNIONS and the American Civil Liberties Union are up in arms against a decis
THE UNENDING FANTASY of military dictators is that they can put the world to rights. Troubled by the
YESTERDAY, THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE published on this page an article by Takako Doi, chairwoman of th
THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT SYSTEM is a mess, a mess that is bound to get worse before it gets better.
Energy Plan Gets

Partial ApprovalThe Journal of Commerce's Aug. 24 editorial "Time for an En
Over the last century, and particularly since World War II, the United States was the unequaled cham