"A soup-to-nuts agenda to reduce spending, kill programs, terminate whole agencies and dramatically restrict the power of the federal government."
― Washington Post
Now in its ninth edition, the Cato Handbook for Policymakers sets the standard in Washington for reducing the power of the federal government and expanding freedom. The 77 chapters—each beginning with a list of major policy recommendations—offer issue-by-issue blueprints for promoting individual liberty, free markets, and peace. Providing both in-depth analysis and concrete recommendations, Cato’s Handbook is an invaluable resource for policymakers and anyone else interested in securing liberty and limiting government.
AMONG THE ISSUES COVERED IN THIS NEW EDITION
Election Law • Toward a Congressional Resurgence • Restoring the Jury Trial • Social Media and Free Speech • Realism and Restraint in U.S. Foreign Policy • International Trade and Investment Policy • The Importance of Growth • Big Tech Antitrust • Averting National Bankruptcy • Fiscal Rules That Work