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"Immigration Policy," Proceedings of the Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Industrial Relations Research Association (December 28-30, 1987), August 1988.
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"Civil Service Pay and Retirement," in John C. Weicher, ed., Entitlement Issues in the Domestic Budget: The Long Term Agenda, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C., 1985.
"The Federal Budget: Problems and Prospects," in John Moore, ed., To Promote Prosperity: Domestic Policy in the Mid-1980s, Hoover Institution Press, Stanford, Ca., 1984.
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