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    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 30 Issues, 1,186 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 6 Issues, 249 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 263 Articles
        1. [+]
          January 1996 Issue = 35 Articles
          1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
          2. Sidelights, p. 7
          3. Scan, pp. 8-15
          4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-21
          5. Two Views by Dinesh D'Souza and Mayer Schiller, pp. 22-23
          6. Republicans or Democrats? by Grover Norquist and Stanley Greenberg, pp. 24-29
          7. What's Wrong with... by Joel Kotkin, p. 30
          8. The Center by James Payne, p. 30
          9. The Right by Glenn Loury, pp. 31-39
          10. Year One for the Republican Congress - a Critical Assessment by Don Feder, pp. 40-42
          11. Firebreathers: Interviews with Six House Freshmen, pp. 43-47
          12. The Route Is Rugged. by Walter Berns, p. 48
          13. An Independent Candidate Might Not Bring Change After All. by Gordon S. Black, p. 49
          14. Will Values Matter Most in 1996? by Ben Wattenberg, p. 50
          15. Fanaticism of the Moderates by Hadley Arkes, pp. 51-52
          16. A Bomb in the Supreme Court by Gil Maguire, p. 53
          17. When Race Trumps in Court by Michael Weiss and Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 54-57
          18. How Poor Are the Poor? by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 58-59
          19. Incinerating Jerusalem by Frederick Turner, pp. 60-63
          20. His Goals as a New Congressman. by J.C. Watts, Jr., p. 64
          21. Play-by-Play on the Calf-Judging at His County Fair. by Blake Hurst, p. 64
          22. Moral Decline Even in a Picket Fence Neighborhood. by Ann Celine, pp. 65-67
          23. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 68-69
          24. Author, Author! by Florence King, p. 70
          25. The Economist, pp. 71-72
          26. Flashback, p. 73
          27. [+]
            Captain Kirk by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 74 - 1 Review
            1. The Sword of Imagination by Russell Kirk
          28. [+]
            Does Democracy Have Too Much Democracy? by Jeffrey Snyder, p. 75 - 1 Review
            1. The Road to Mass Democracy by C.H. Hoebeke
          29. [+]
            The Duke of All by Bill Kauffman, p. 76 - 1 Review
            1. John Wayne: American by James Stuart Olson and Randy W. Roberts
          30. [+]
            Witch-Hunting by Seth Farber, p. 77 - 1 Review
            1. Satan's Silence by Debbie Nathan and Michael Snedeker
          31. [+]
            Short-Changed by the Govern-Mint by R.W. Bradford, pp. 77-79 - 1 Review
            1. Fractional Money by Neil Carothers
          32. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 80-86
          33. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 87-94
          34. The Mail, pp. 95-98
          35. Cover illustration by C.F. Payne
        2. [+]
          March 1996 Issue = 41 Articles
          1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
          2. Sidelights, p. 7
          3. Scan, pp. 8-15
          4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-19
          5. "Live" with TAE, pp. 20-23
          6. Why Liberals Hate Talk Radio by Don Feder, p. 24
          7. Democracy on the Air by Jesse Walker, p. 25
          8. Are Talk Radio Hosts Dummies? by Florence King, p. 26
          9. The Vox Populi by Irving Kristol, p. 27
          10. Limbaugh in the Ivory Tower by Scott Walter, p. 28
          11. Our Partisan Media by Michael Barone, pp. 29-31
          12. The Birth of Celebrity Journalism by Stanley Cloud and Lynne Olson, pp. 32-33
          13. Today's Press Is Manipulating History. by Brent Bozell, pp. 34-35
          14. How Reporters Tinted the 1992 Election. by Lynne Cheney, p. 36
          15. Ideological Journalists Are Stage-Managing Our Politics and Culture. by S. Robert Lichter, pp. 37-38
          16. L.A. vs. N.Y.C. by Joel Kotkin, pp. 39-42
          17. Rotten Hollywood by Ben Stein, pp. 43-44
          18. Wanted (Desperately): Cyber-Editors by Frederick Turner, pp. 45-47
          19. Whether Computer Networking Will Lead to a More or Less Centralized World. by Douglas Gomery, pp. 48-49
          20. It Is Already Erasing Geographic Identities. by Stephen Bates, pp. 50-52
          21. Democracy on (the) Line by Norman Ornstein and Amy Schenkenberg, pp. 53-54
          22. How Free Is American Speech Today? by Thomas G. West, pp. 55-57
          23. China's War on Children by John Aird, pp. 58-61
          24. Government as Gambling Partner by Blake Hurst, pp. 62-65
          25. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by George Will, p. 66
          26. The "Disabled" Rowdies in His Classroom. by T. Kelly Rossiter, p. 67
          27. An Art Fix in the Midst of the Great Government Shutdown. by Paul Cantor, p. 67
          28. A Child of the '60s. by Raymond Wisher, p. 68
          29. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 69-70
          30. The Economist, pp. 71-73
          31. Flashback, pp. 74-75
          32. [+]
            Lyin' King by Theodore Pappas, p. 76 - 1 Review
            1. Only in America by Jack Newfield
          33. [+]
            Clearcutting Environmentalists by Karl Hess, Jr., p. 77 - 1 Review
            1. In a Dark Wood by Alston Chase
          34. [+]
            Paradise Lost by Mayer Schiller, p. 78 - 1 Review
            1. The Lost City by Alan Ehrenhalt
          35. [+]
            Charlton Heston, Real Person by Nick Gillespie, p. 79 - 1 Review
            1. In the Arena: An Autobiography by Charlton Heston
          36. [+]
            Practice Makes Perfect by Nancy Pearcey, p. 80 - 1 Review
            1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
          37. Author, Author! by Florence King, p. 81
          38. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 82-87
          39. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 88-91
          40. The Mail: Special Correspondence, pp. 92-98
          41. Front Cover by Allyson Neily Brown
        3. [+]
          May 1996 Issue = 44 Articles
          1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
          2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
          3. Scan, pp. 10-19
          4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 20-21
          5. Two Views by Ed Koch and John DiIulio, pp. 22-23
          6. The War between the Sexes by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, pp. 24-27
          7. The Marriage Savers by Michael J. McManus, pp. 28-30
          8. Fatherhood and Marriage by David Popenoe, p. 31
          9. Is the Decline of Marriage Inevitable? by Maggie Gallagher, p. 31
          10. Empathy, Not Therapy by Nelia Odom, p. 32
          11. Becoming a Mentor by Nancy Pearcey, p. 33
          12. Building a Covenant by Kathleen Howley, p. 34
          13. Marriage Behind Bars by Nancy Pearcey, p. 34
          14. Walkaway Wives by Paul Akers, p. 35
          15. Braking Divorce by William Galston, p. 36
          16. The Backlash against No-Fault Divorce by Glenn Stanton, pp. 37-38
          17. Divorce's Toll on Children by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 39-44
          18. Marriage and Happiness by William Mattox, pp. 45-46
          19. Banish the Honeymoon! by Michael Medved, pp. 47-49
          20. Beware the Childrearing Manual by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 50-51
          21. Raising Children Is a Cottage Industry by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 52-54
          22. One Man's Family Values by Ben Stein, pp. 55-56
          23. What Is a Family for? by Diane Medved, pp. 57-58
          24. Revive the Orphanage by Richard McKenzie, pp. 59-62
          25. Family Breakdown and the U.S. Military by John Luddy, pp. 63-65
          26. Her Journey from Economist to Mother. by Jennifer Morse, p. 66
          27. Real Poverty and Real Charity in the Great Depression. by Ernest Lefever, p. 67
          28. Juveniles in the Courtroom. by Raymond Wisher, p. 68
          29. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. by David Broome, p. 68
          30. The Importance of Ancestors, Decoration Day, and Family Roots. by Blake Hurst, p. 69
          31. The Economist, pp. 70-73
          32. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 74-75
          33. Flashback, pp. 76-77
          34. [+]
            The Program Queen by Florence King, pp. 78-79 - 1 Review
            1. It Takes a Village by Hillary Clinton
          35. [+]
            Democratic Mandarin by Alan Pell Crawford, p. 80 - 1 Review
            1. The Stevensons by Jean H Baker
          36. [+]
            Harry Truman, Old Democrat by Gerald J. Russello, p. 80 - 1 Review
            1. Man of the People by Alonzo L. Hamby
          37. [+]
            Proto-Democrat by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 81 - 1 Review
            1. Founding Father by Richard Brookhiser
          38. [+]
            War Stories by Brian Doherty, p. 82 - 1 Review
            1. The Captive Press by Ted Galen Carpenter
          39. [+]
            Anti-Statism as a Hate Crime by Jesse Walker, p. 83 - 1 Review
            1. A Force Upon the Plain by Kenneth S. Stern
          40. [+]
            Vows or Violence by Scott Walter, pp. 84-85 - 1 Review
            1. Lancelot by Walker Percy
          41. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 86-90
          42. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 91-94
          43. The Mail, pp. 95-98
          44. Cover illustration by James Bennett
        4. [+]
          July 1996 Issue = 50 Articles
          1. Bird's Eye, pp. 2-6
          2. Sidelights, pp. 7-8
          3. Scan, pp. 9-17
          4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-21
          5. "Live" with TAE, pp. 22-25
          6. Backlash against the New York Times, p. 26
          7.  ---  by Robert J. Samuelson, p. 27
          8.  ---  by Jonathan Marshall, p. 27
          9.  ---  by Irwin Stelzer, p. 28
          10.  ---  by John Cassidy, p. 28
          11.  ---  by James K. Glassman, p. 29
          12.  ---  by Herbert Stein, pp. 29-31
          13. It's the Culture, Stupid! by Michael Barone and Michael Cox, pp. 32-34
          14. Income, Inequality, and Work by John H. Hinderaker and Scott W. Johnson, pp. 35-39
          15. A Stroll through the Income Spectrum by Charles Murray, pp. 40-42
          16. A New Path Out of Poverty? by Amy L. Sherman, pp. 43-46
          17. Don't Privatize the Nanny State Mentality by John P. Walters, p. 47
          18. Welfare Buys Illegitimate Births by Ron Haskins, pp. 48-49
          19. Self - Help for the Urban Poor by Ivan Light, pp. 50-52
          20. Government Harm on the Minimum Wage by Herman Cain, pp. 53-54
          21. The Specter of Russian Communism by Leon Aron and Ernest W. Lefever, pp. 55-57
          22. The Coming Russian Boom by Richard Layard and John Parker, pp. 58-59
          23. I'm Playing Roulette in Russia by James Jameson, pp. 60-61
          24. Sport Stories by Calvin Hill, p. 62
          25. Control by Christopher DeMuth, p. 63
          26. Theater by Sebastian Coe, p. 64
          27. Loyalty by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 65-67
          28. Teacher by Michael Novak, p. 68
          29. Camaraderie by Blake Hurst, p. 68
          30. Corruption by Herbert London, p. 69
          31. Trust by Jeff Kemp, p. 69
          32. Release by Robert RoyaL, p. 70
          33. Perspective by Kwaku Ohene-Frempong, p. 70
          34. Irrelevance by Evan Gahr, p. 71
          35. Discipline by Mark Gerson, p. 72
          36. Character by Dave Shiflett, p. 73
          37. Love by Dave Dravecky, pp. 74-75
          38. Country Living, But Not Because It's Easy. by Blake Hurst, p. 76
          39. The Funeral for a Fellow Cop's Daughter. by Raymond Wisher, p. 77
          40. The Economist, pp. 78-79
          41. Flashback, p. 80
          42. [+]
            All the President's Journalists by Doug Bandow, p. 81 - 1 Review
            1. The System by Haynes Johnson and David Broder
          43. [+]
            She Meant Well by Alan Pell Crawford, p. 82 - 1 Review
            1. Casting Her Own Shadow by Allida M. Black
          44. [+]
            Can the Mummy Walk? by Samuel Francis, p. 83 - 1 Review
            1. Left for Dead by Michael Tomasky
          45. [+]
            Al Gore's Newest Horror Story by John Baden and Douglas S. Noonan, p. 83 - 1 Review
            1. Our Stolen Future by Theo Colborn, Dianne Dumanoski, and John Peterson Myers, ...
          46. [+]
            Oliver the Rough-Rider by Brian Hook, pp. 84-85 - 1 Review
            1. Oliver Cromwell by Theodore Roosevelt
          47. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 86-90
          48. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 91-94
          49. The Mail, pp. 95-98
          50. Cover photograph by Tony Stone Images
        5. [+]
          September 1996 Issue = 42 Articles
          1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
          2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
          3. Scan, pp. 10-17
          4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., p. 18
          5. Two Views by Kevin Ryan and William Kilpatrick, pp. 19-20
          6. "Live" with TAE, pp. 21-25
          7. A Liberal Argument for School Choice by Bruce Goldberg, pp. 26-29
          8. The Politics of School Reform by Denis P. Doyle and Jonetta Rose Barns, pp. 30-34
          9. Special Interests in the Classroom by Charlene K. Haar, pp. 35-37
          10. After Busing, Milwaukee Turns to School Choice by Daniel McGroarty, p. 38
          11. Blacks vs. Busing by John Drake, pp. 39-40
          12. Busing Fails in Pittsburgh by Ralph Reiland, p. 41
          13. Family Education by Karl Zinsmeister and Laurence Steinberg, pp. 42-45
          14. The Self-Esteem Flimflam by Karl Zinsmeister, p. 46
          15. The Feel-Good Goes to School by Ralph Reiland, p. 47
          16. "We Were Wrong" by Cheri Yecke, p. 48
          17. Self-Esteem by Florence King, p. 49
          18. The More Prestigious the Academic Institution, the Worse It's Likely to Be. by Edward E. Ericson, Jr., pp. 50-52
          19. Just Say No to the Ivy League by Jacob Neusner, p. 53
          20. Students to Keep Learning Outside the College Ghetto. by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 54-55
          21. Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Lawyers by Jon Olson, pp. 56-57
          22. Wrench-Wrestlers vs. Pencil-Pushers by Andrew Peyton Thomas, p. 58
          23. Runway College Tuition by Ralph R. Reiland, pp. 59-60
          24. Affirmative Action Goes to College by Bob Zelnick, pp. 61-62
          25. Separate and Unequal at Cornell by Kenneth Lee, pp. 63-64
          26. Will the Chinese Save L.A.? by Joel Kotkin, pp. 65-67
          27. Asia's Bamboo Network by Murray Weidenbaum and Samuel Hughes, pp. 68-69
          28. The Battle for Congress by John H. Fund, pp. 70-71
          29. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Scot Lehigh, p. 72
          30. Socializes the Neighborhood. by Mary Elizabeth Podles, p. 73
          31. How Multiculturalism Destroyed His Parents' Homeland. by Joseph J. Jacobs, p. 74
          32. Blake Hurst Is Fed Up with Red Tape at His Local School Board. by Blake Hurst, p. 75
          33. The Economist by T.J. Rodgers, pp. 76-77
          34. Flashback, pp. 78-79
          35. [+]
            Get the Picture? by Robert Koch, p. 80 - 1 Review
            1. George Eastman: A Biography by Elizabeth Brayer
          36. [+]
            McPapers Everywhere by Theodore Pappas, p. 81 - 1 Review
            1. The Chain Gang by Richard McCord
          37. [+]
            Muggeridged by Reality by Mark Falcoff, p. 82 - 1 Review
            1. Malcolm Muggeridge: The Biography by Richard Ingrams
          38. [+]
            We're All Post-Liberals now by Paul Gottfried, pp. 83-85 - 1 Review
            1. Enlightenment's Wake by John Gray
          39. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 86-90
          40. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 91-95
          41. The Mail, pp. 96-98
          42. Cover Illustration by Brian Rea
        6. [+]
          November 1996 Issue = 51 Articles
          1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-5
          2. Sidelights, pp. 6-9
          3. Scan, pp. 10-17
          4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
          5. "Live" with TAE, pp. 20-23
          6. Free-for-All on the November Elections by Michael Barone, Gary Bauer, and Karlyn H. Bowman, ..., pp. 24-33
          7. Two Cheers for the Suburbs by Allan Carlson, pp. 34-35
          8. A Conservative Case against Suburbia by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 36-40
          9. The New, Neighborly Architecture by Philip Langdon and Andres Duany, pp. 41-50
          10. The City Life We've Lost by Victor Gold, p. 51
          11.  ---  by Joseph Epstein, p. 52
          12.  ---  by Ken Hamblin, p. 53
          13.  ---  by Henry Turley, p. 54
          14.  ---  by Rabbi Mayer Schiller, p. 54
          15.  ---  by Gayle Yiotis, p. 55
          16.  ---  by Pat Buchanan, p. 56
          17.  ---  by Walter E. Williams, p. 56
          18.  ---  by Ed Koch, p. 57
          19.  ---  by Hadley Arkes, pp. 57-58
          20. Make Way for the Urban Confederates by Joel Kotkin, pp. 59-64
          21. Bulldoze the '60s and Bolster Business by Fred Siegel, pp. 65-66
          22. Making Our Hometowns More Livable by Harvey Mansfield, p. 67
          23. Privatize Inner-city Neighborhoods by Robert H. Nelson, p. 68
          24. Preserve National Communities by David Popenoe, p. 68
          25. Put Places First by Alan Ehrenhalt, p. 69
          26. Restore Power to the Local Level by Robert B. Hawkins, Jr., p. 69
          27. Limit the Size of Residential Lots by William A. Fischel, p. 70
          28. Make Transit Understandable by Nathan Glazer, p. 70
          29. Promote "Near Transit" Mortgages by Patrick H. Hare, p. 70
          30. Pedal a Bike by John Stilgoe, p. 71
          31. Learn from Tradition by Henry M. Turley, Jr., p. 71
          32. Three Good Ideas from Abroad by George W. Liebmann, pp. 72-73
          33. The Three-Generation Household Lives! by Cathy Myers and Lee Miller, pp. 74-75
          34. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 76-77
          35. Dope on the Streets to the White House. by Raymond Wisher, p. 78
          36. Some Public-Spirited Citizens from Holt County, Mo. by Blake Hurst, p. 78
          37. The Old Ethnic Neighborhoods of New York. by George Marlin, p. 79
          38. His Doorman Building. by Evan Gahr, p. 80
          39. His Dad a Happy Eightieth Birthday. by Ben Stein, p. 81
          40. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 82-83
          41. The Economist by Spencer Abraham, pp. 84-86
          42. Flashback, p. 87
          43. [+]
            Static on the Radio Priest by John Attarian, p. 88 - 1 Review
            1. Radio Priest by Donald Warren
          44. [+]
            Casey at the Mat by Robert P. George, p. 89 - 1 Review
            1. Fighting For Life by Robert P. Casey
          45. [+]
            Whose Seoul? by Tom Switzer, p. 90 - 1 Review
            1. Tripwire by Doug Bandow
          46. [+]
            Happy Days Aren't Here Agin by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 91 - 1 Review
            1. Divided They Fell by Ronald Radosh
          47. [+]
            A Grand Plan for Decentralism by John McClaughry, p. 92 - 1 Review
            1. Decentralize for Liberty by Thomas Hewes
          48. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 93-98
          49. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 99-102
          50. The Mail, pp. 103-106
          51. Cover Illustration by Terry Shoffer
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        Issues of 1997 = 6 Issues, 242 Articles
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          Issues of 1998 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1999 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
          2. [+]
            Issues of the 2000s = 5 Years, 38 Issues, 1,031 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 2000 = 8 Issues, 216 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 2001 = 8 Issues, 219 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 2002 = 8 Issues, 228 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 2003 = 7 Issues, 180 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 2004 = 7 Issues, 188 Articles