Commentary

THE U.S. SENATE has finally said No! to drugs. By a margin of 63 to 27, senators voted Thursday to s
Are We Subsidizing

The Wrong Ships?Your newspaper has been replete with reports about the de
The Free Trade Agreement between Canada and the United States contains no provisions on transportati
As my guide from the Irish Development Agency drove me through the pleasant green suburbs of Cork, m
Speaker of the House of Representatives James Wright surprised me. I asked him what was wrong with t
From 1854 to the end of World War II, only two peacetime expansions of the U.S. economy lasted three
RAIL AND TRUCK lobbyists never tire of attacking one another, but this week the American Trucking As
HERE'S AN IDEA: Let's tax well-run businesses to subsidize their mismanaged competitors.

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THIS COUNTRY'S APPROACH to tobacco usage has become as smoky as the industry's products. Cigarette p
THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY'S sudden eagerness to reduce the use of chlorofluorocarbon s carries with it a
RAILROAD LABOR UNIONS WON a lawsuit last week when a federal appeals court affirmed their right to b
Article Misjudged

MacBride PrinciplesI read with great interest Mr. John Cushnahan's attack
More than 4,500 people died in heavy truck-related accidents last year, and the number is growing. A
During the past seven years, the Reagan administration has played a persistent drum-beat on the them