The American Enterprise Archives
The American Enterprise • 10 Years, 68 Issues, 2,217 Articles, 5,684pp
January 1996 Issue - 35 Articles
- Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
Race, Politics, and Progress.
- Sidelights, p. 7
California Democrats by the Numbers...Green Hugs...Yellow Lennon...Silence in the Land....
- Scan, pp. 8-15
Black Republican Voters. Farm Subsidy Breakthrough. Libertarians and Religious Conserva...
- Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-21
A Quirky Wrap-Up of the Year in Numbers, 1995.
- Two Views, pp. 22-23
Integration or Respectful Disengagement? What Should Come Next in Race Relations.
- Republicans or Democrats?, pp. 24-29
Which Party Represents the Future of America? A Conservative Activist Faces Off against...
What's Wrong with...
- The Left, p. 30
- The Center , p. 30
- The Right , pp. 31-39
- Year One for the Republican Congress - a Critical Assessment, pp. 40-42
Did Newt and Co. Produce a Mountain? Or a Molehill?
- Firebreathers: Interviews with Six House Freshmen, pp. 43-47
Some Rebels with a Cause Reflect on Their Maiden Season.
The Third Party Path to the Presidency
- The Route Is Rugged., p. 48
- An Independent Candidate Might Not Bring Change After All., p. 49
- Will Values Matter Most in 1996?, p. 50
Social Issues Now Drive American Politics. Does Bill Clinton Understand That?
- Fanaticism of the Moderates, pp. 51-52
How the Republicans Should Handle Abortion.
- A Bomb in the Supreme Court, p. 53
A High Court Ruling Due in Early 1996 Could Shake Up Society and Politics as Much as Ro...
- When Race Trumps in Court, pp. 54-57
In Some Cities, Racial Sympathies May Be Tinting Half of All Jury Verdicts.
- How Poor Are the Poor?, pp. 58-59
Two New Reports Provide Some Eye-Opening Data.
- Incinerating Jerusalem, pp. 60-63
An Optimistic Horror Story for the New Millenium, from an Eminent American Author.
In Real Life: The Daily Work of Americans
- His Goals as a New Congressman., p. 64
- Play-by-Play on the Calf-Judging at His County Fair., p. 64
- Moral Decline Even in a Picket Fence Neighborhood., pp. 65-67
- Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 68-69
The Clinton Administration Tries to Sneak Industrial Policy into the Pentagon.
- Author, Author!, p. 70
John Kenneth Galbraith, Grand Old Gasbag.
- The Economist, pp. 71-72
Could America Have Too Many Scientists and Engineers? Some People Think So.
- Flashback, p. 73
Drafting Celebrity Presidential Candidates Is Risky Business. Ask Willkie Republicans.
[+] Captain Kirk (Review) , p. 74
The Sword of Imagination, by Russell Kirk
- The Sword of Imagination by Russell Kirk
[+] Does Democracy Have Too Much Democracy? (Review) , p. 75
The Road to Mass Democracy, by C.H. Hoebeke
- The Road to Mass Democracy by C.H. Hoebeke
[+] The Duke of All (Review) , p. 76
John Wayne: American, by James Stuart Olson and Randy W. Roberts
- John Wayne: American by James Stuart Olson and Randy W. Roberts
[+] Witch-Hunting (Review) , p. 77
Satan's Silence, by Debbie Nathan and Michael Snedeker
- Satan's Silence by Debbie Nathan and Michael Snedeker
[+] Short-Changed by the Govern-Mint (Review) , pp. 77-79
Fractional Money, by Neil Carothers
- Fractional Money by Neil Carothers
- The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 80-86
Cheers for Two-Faced Foreign Policy...Raspberries for Computer Productivity...Sesame St...
- Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 87-94
Making Voting Decisions...Strengths of the Republicans and Democrats...Third-Party Voting.
- The Mail, pp. 95-98
Kudos and Voodoos on Religious Conservatives. Andrew Sullivan Defends His Book. Reverbe...
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