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About PolicyBot

PolicyBot is a free online database and search engine that …

  • provides fast and easy access to the best research and commentary from the nation’s free-market think tanks and advocacy groups
  • contains full texts, brief summaries, and source citations for more than 30,000 reports, articles, policy briefs, podcasts, and videos
  • delivers PDF or HTML versions of every publication
  • can be searched by keyword, author, or publication, and results can be displayed chronologically by date of publication (starting with most recent) or by relevance.

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LATEST DOCUMENTS

Aug 28, 2014

Win an Anniversary Prize!

School Choice Weekly #51

Aug 28, 2014

Burger King’s Migration Highlights Flaws in U.S. Corporate Tax Policy

Burger King’s announcement that it will move its headquarters to Canada has put

Aug 27, 2014

Ex-Im Facts vs. Ex-Im Myths

As legislators in Congress debate whether or not to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, the official export credit agency of the United States, it is extremely important that the facts surroundin

Aug 27, 2014

A Common-Sense Approach to Common Core, Part II: Third-Grade Fractions

This article is the second in a series that provides alternate and common-sense interpretations of the Common Core math standards.

Aug 27, 2014

Can Post-Obamacare Reform Be Exchange-Based?

Consumer Power Report #434