In This Review
To Promote Peace: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Mid-1980s

To Promote Peace: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Mid-1980s

Edited by Dennis L. Bark

Hoover Press, 1984, 298 pp.
To Promote Prosperity: U.S. Domestic Policy in the Mid-1980s

To Promote Prosperity: U.S. Domestic Policy in the Mid-1980s

Edited by John H. Moore

Hoover Press, 1984, 429 pp.

The 39 essays in these companion volumes can be read as position papers for a second Reagan Administration. The authors in the first volume generally favor larger military expenditures and greater assertiveness toward the Soviet Union. Those in the second volume are for low taxes, reduced welfare activity by the government, and deregulation.