The American Enterprise Archives
The American Enterprise • 10 Years, 68 Issues, 2,217 Articles, 5,684pp
September 1998 Issue - 39 Articles
- Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
The New Science May Bring Us Back to an Old Philosophy.
- Sidelights, pp. 8-9
Better Wages Through Technology. Enviro Treehouses. Living Naked and Frugal.
- Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
Robert Bork, George Priest, and Thomas Hazlett Wrestle with the Microsoft Case. Good Ne...
- Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
Science and Politics: The Polluted Science of Air Quality Regulation. Dishonest Racial ...
- "Live" with TAE, pp. 20-23
Witch-burning, Bill Clinton, and His Famously Fat Books.
- Cities Need Leaders, pp. 24-27
Cities Only Grow and Thrive When Their Better-Off Citizens Are Willing to Shoulder Publ...
- Where Business and Philanthropy Flourish, pp. 28-29
Grand Rapids Is a Civic and Economic Success Because Entrepreneurs, Not Government Bure...
- The Phony War between Science & Religion, pp. 30-33
Evolution and Religion Arrive at the Bargaining Table and Discover They Have More in Co...
- Not a Chance, pp. 34-37
If You Think Life Could Have Arisen by Accident, You Haven't Done the Math.
- The Materialist Superstition, pp. 38-42
Computers and Other Scientific Advances Aren't Dehumanizing the World.
- Deadly Social Engineering, pp. 43-44
Tens of Millions Have Died from the Pseudo-Science of Socialism.
- How "Scientific" Materialism Eroded Freedom, pp. 45-46
If Biology and Environment Determine All Our Actions, Liberty Is Lost.
- The Curious Affair of Carl Sagan and E.T., pp. 47-49
Scientists Searching for Aliens in the Cosmos Could Find Them Here on Earth.
- Medicine for Body and Soul, pp. 50-52
The Medical Profession's Strange New Respect for Religion.
- Can a Scientist Believe in God?, pp. 53-54
For Centuries, Scientists Have Been Shocking Colleagues with Their Faith.
The Future of Biotechnology
- The Heroic Promise of the Revolution in Genetics., pp. 55-56
- How to Copy Sheep - and Why Not to Copy People., pp. 57-58
- Fleeing Science and Reason, p. 59
- How to Win Arguments and Delude People by Disguising Your Opinion as Science., p. 60
- I.Q. and the Left, p. 61
The Right and Wrong Ways to Get to Space
- NASA Must Go., pp. 62-64
- Where a Giant Government Bureaucracy Has Failed, X Programs Could Succeed., pp. 65-66
- The Early Apollo Program Succeeded Thanks to Its Happy Band of Brothers., p. 67
- Sciences vs. Humanities in School, pp. 68-70
Smart Kids Are Thrust into Science Classes, While Education in the Humanities Is Neglec...
In Real Life: First-Person America
- Saving Lives with Penicillin - and DDT., p. 71
- Better Farming Through Chemicals., pp. 71-72
- The Economist, pp. 73-74
The Slow Suicide of America's Disappearing Labor Unions.
- Flashback, p. 75
Does Alaska + Hawaii = Puerto Rico?
- Hollywood Report, pp. 76-77
The Leatherneck behind "Jag."
[+] Money is the Root of All Art (Review) , p. 78
In Praise of Commercial Culture, by Tyler Cowen
- In Praise of Commercial Culture by Tyler Cowen
[+] The Modernist Prison (Review) , p. 79
Architecture: Choice or Fate, by Leon Krier
- Architecture: Choice or Fate by Leon Krier
[+] Rocket Men (Review) , p. 80
The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Of, by Thomas M. Disch
- The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Of by Thomas M. Disch
[+] Check Out That Mainframe! (Review) , p. 81
Machine Beauty, by David H. Gelernter
- Machine Beauty by David H. Gelernter
[+] This Perfect Hell (Review) , pp. 82-84
This Perfect Day, by Ira Levin
- This Perfect Day by Ira Levin
- The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
The Business of Sports...the Court of Last Resort...Lumps in the Melting Pot...Beyond Q...
- Opinion Pulse, pp. 90-94
- The Mail, p. 95
- Last Gasp, pp. 96-98