More Evidence Against Cato

Maybe I'm missing something obvious, but when I go to look up past issues of the Cato Journal, it is unnecessarily difficult. Suppose you want to go find Rothbard's 1982 article on pollution. Are the past issues listed by year? No, they're listed by volume number. Like I freaking know what the volume number is. Now I have to go clicking on issues randomly and use triangulation to find it.


  1. The article you're looking for is the first link that comes up if you type Rothbard into the search engine at the top right.

  2. Yes, and I also could click on one issue, see the year and volume number, then use subtraction. Way too much work.

  3. I think academic journals like to hide the year in these lists since they fall so far behind.


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