2000 W⁠i⁠n⁠t⁠er Journal

By: The James Madison Institute / 2000



Message From the Publisher – J. Stanley Marshall
Cover Story
Property Rights Infringements: Three Cases – Peter Doherty
The right to own and enjoy property is under attack in Florida. First in a series.
Breakthrough at Pembroke Pines – Kimble F. Ainslie
Pembroke Pines Charter School is the first public school in U.S. education history to be owned and managed by the city.

Deciding the Future of the Past – Richard L. Stroup and Matthew Brown
The Miami Circle controversy highlights some important questions about archeological finds on private land.

The Problem with Bob – Joseph L. Bast
An analysis of why “Bob’s” are so common in the political world, or why the worst get to the top.

People with Impact: T. Willard Fair – Brett Organ
The story of a man who often listens to a different drummer and his influence on progress in Florida’s largest city.

A Tax on Those Who Failed Math – Peter Schorsch
The state-run lottery is under increasing criticism as an attractive lure to players who can least afford it.
OSHA Releases Alligators into Sewer System