The American Enterprise Archives
The American Enterprise • 10 Years, 68 Issues, 2,217 Articles, 5,684pp
September 1997 Issue - 33 Articles
- Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
Mona Charen Wonders Whether It's Worth Crawling Through the Muck to Reach TV's Flowers.
- Sidelights, pp. 8-9
Driving While an Iguana. Reparations for Tories. Howard Stern, Censor. Lott for Sale.
- Scan, pp. 10-17
Safe Public Housing? Madness in Manhattan. MTV and Paradise Lost. Immigration and Crime...
- Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
A Special Edition on Immigration, Welfare, and Assimilation.
- "Live" with TAE, pp. 20-25
The World's Most Successful Press Baron, Defends His Newspapers, TV Shows, And His Late...
- Not in the Family, pp. 26-30
What Happens When Today's Kids Challenge Their Parents' Liberal Politics? Meet Some Rea...
- Alan Greenspan & Ayn Rand, pp. 31-33
Ayn Rand Influenced the Chairman of the Federal Reserve in More Ways Than One. An Insid...
In Praise of TV
- Why "The Simpsons" Is the Greatest Show Ever., pp. 34-36
- Shakespeare to Wishbone, TV's Dog-Knight., pp. 37-38
- The Set of a New Sit-Com., pp. 39-40
- Gambling on the News, pp. 41-43
The Upstart Fox News Channel Hopes to Beat Out MSNBC and CNN with Unbiased Reporting.
Good News, Bad News
- The Soft Hearts and Softer Heads of Network News., pp. 44-45
- Why C-SPAN Does News Right., pp. 46-47
- TV and Me, pp. 48-50
The Lessons He Learned Doing His TV Show.
- Mixing the Trivial with the Sentimental, pp. 51-53
Television Can Make You Feel, But It Can't Make You Think.
- TV Vice, pp. 54-57
Sex and Violence Are Not the Problem with TV.
- A Blessing in Disguise, pp. 58-59
Religion Is a Scarce Commodity on TV - And Maybe That's Not So Bad.
- America, Unplugged, pp. 60-62
A Better Way to Live?
- Life Without TV, pp. 63-71
Meet an Exotic Species: Families Who Actually Don't Watch TV.
- Transcript: Words Worth Repeating, pp. 72-73
What's Right and What's Wrong with Hollywood - And How to Fix It.
In Real Life: The Daily Work of Americans
- The Family Softball Dynasty., p. 74
- Hell and Back with Heroin., pp. 74-75
- The Economist, pp. 76-77
Unilateral Sanctions against Misbehaving Nations May Make Us Feel Good, But They Rarely...
- Flashback, pp. 78-79
Low Deeds from High Authors: The History of the Political Bio.
[+] What a Guy! (2 Reviews) , p. 80
The Gentleman's Guide to Life, by Steve Friedman
- The Gentleman's Guide to Life by Steve Friedman
- The Rules of Civility by Richard Brookhiser
[+] Jews Without Judaism (Review) , p. 81
The Vanishing American Jew, by Alan M. Dershowitz
- The Vanishing American Jew by Alan M. Dershowitz
[+] The Last Gentlemen (Review) , p. 82
The Correspondence of Shelby Foote and Walker Percy, by Jay Tolson, Shelby Foote, and W...
- The Correspondence of Shelby Foote and Walker Percy by Jay Tolson, Shelby Foote, and Walker Percy
[+] G.I. Jill Went Up the Hill (Review) , p. 83
Ground Zero, by Linda Bird Francke
- Ground Zero by Linda Bird Francke
[+] A Usable Future (Review) , pp. 84-85
The Decline of American Liberalism, by Arthur A. Ekirch, Jr.
- The Decline of American Liberalism by Arthur A. Ekirch, Jr.
- The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 86-90
Republicans in the House...Insignificant Campaign Spending...High-Tech Income Inequalit...
- Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 91-94
Is TV a Necessity? TV News vs. Newspapers. Audience Likes and Dislikes.
- The Mail, pp. 95-98
Disgust with the Religious Right. Judge Bork and the Second Amendment. Slick Willie's N...
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