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Inquiry Magazine was a libertarian magazine published from November 1977 to 1984. It was originally published by the Cato Institute, but in February 1982 was transferred to the Libertarian Review Foundation, after the Libertarian Review was merged into Inquiry in January of that year. The magazine originally was published 'semi-monthly', with about 20 issues per year in its first four and a half years of publication (November 1977 thru April 82), and each issue about 32 pages long. With the May 82 issue, Inquiry was retitled Inquiry: A Libertarian Review and went monthly, with each issue at least 48 pages long. In 1984, it went to 10 issues a year, with 2 'double issues'.