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April 2001 Issue - 28 Articles
- Bird's Eye
Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 4-6
The Cloud over Manhattan
- Sidelights, p. 7
College Is Child's Play. Latin Returns. Catalogue Avalanche.
- Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 8-12
Al Gore, Religious Zealot? The Boobs Tube. Credit Card Poison. Abstinence Happens. Thos...
- Forward Observer
James Glassman, p. 13
Stocks Still Look Good.
- Two Views
Charles Siegel and William Mattox, pp. 14-17
How the Federal Government Can Best Help Families with Children.
- "Live" with TAE
Dick Cheney and Lynne Cheney, pp. 18-19
Their Youthful Romance, Their Fly-Fishing Accidents, the American West, Business vs. Po...
- New Weapon for a New World Order
Richard Perle, pp. 20-23
How Missile Defense Makes the Whole Globe Safer.
- No-Nukes Turn Pro-Nuke
P.J. O'Rourke, pp. 24-25
Those Who Used to Be Most Panicky about Nuclear War Now Resist the Very Defenses That W...
- We Surrender
Evan Gahr, pp. 26-27
The Gloom and Doom Crowd Have Never Wanted Missile Defense to Work.
- Politicians Will Build It...
Newt Gingrich, pp. 28-29
Missile Defense Will Happen Because the People Want It.
- Bomb Blocking
Mackubin Owens and Seth Cropsey, pp. 30-33
The State of the Art: What Our Defenses Can Do Now, and What We Need to Develop Next. W...
- Dump the Abm Treaty
Jeane Kirkpatrick, pp. 34-37
By Adhering to a Defunct Treaty, We Make Our Future More Dangerous.
- Three Cheers for Gentrification
Andres Duany, pp. 38-39
It Helps Revive Cities and Doesn't Hurt the Poor.
- Sick Sisters
Sally Satel, pp. 40-43
Medicine Is Being Hobbled by Feminist Political Correctness.
- Be Not Afraid
Clarence Thomas, pp. 44-45
A Call for Intelligent Combativeness.
- Transcript: Words Worth Repeating
Jesse Helms, p. 46
Compassionate Conservatism Shouldn't Stop at the Water's Edge.
- In Real Life: First-Person America
Blake Hurst, pp. 47-48
Wedding Bell Blues.
- The Economist, p. 49
America Needs an Entirely New Energy Policy.
Bill Kauffman, p. 50
The History of Local Time.
[+] Now Playing (Review)
Josh Larsen, p. 51
An Overseas Hint to Beverly Hills: Make Better Movies
- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000 Film) by Ang Lee
[+] Jacob Reb (Review)
Robert Cheeks, p. 52
The Jewish Confederates, by Robert N. Rosen
- The Jewish Confederates by Robert N. Rosen
[+] I Left My Heart in Yerba Buena (Review)
Clark Stooksbury, p. 53
This Land Is Your Land, by Seymour I. Schwartz
- This Land Is Your Land by Seymour I. Schwartz
[+] The Rise and Fall of Music Kings (Review)
Martin Morse Wooster, p. 54
The Maestro Myth, by Norman Lebrecht
- The Maestro Myth by Norman Lebrecht
- Hollywood Report
John Meroney, p. 55
Country Conservatives in Nashville.
- The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 56-59
Government Can Kill You...Joe Camel, Innocent...Uncharitable CEOs... Smart Immigrants M...
- Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 60-62
Defending America. Do We Need Missile Defense? America Believes in Science.
- The Mail, p. 63
Campaign Finance and Corporate Welfare. Republican Race-Baiting? Assimilation Problems.
- Last Gasp, pp. 64-66