The American Enterprise Archives
The American Enterprise • 10 Years, 68 Issues, 2,217 Articles, 5,684pp
January 1999 Issue - 34 Articles
- Bird's Eye, pp. 4-8
Some Ugly Trends Grow Lovelier.
- Sidelights, p. 9
Doggie Day Care. Wheel of Oppression. $2,000 Worth of Dudley Do-Right.
- Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
The Hypocritic Arts Crowded Coffee Bars. Progress and Peril on School Reform. The Retur...
- "Live" with TAE, pp. 18-21
The Most Influential Intellectual Couple in Late-Twentieth-Century America, Describe Th...
- The Year in Review, pp. 22-27
Three Savage Wits Reflect on the Year of the Goat.
- The Republican Stumble, pp. 28-29
The Republicans Did Poorly in '98-But Have Less to Fear in the Future Than the Democrats.
- Democrats Hit the Jackpot, pp. 30-31
Taking from the Poor and Giving to the Rich Helped the Democrats Make a Comeback in the...
- Liberty, License, and the American Dilemma, pp. 32-35
The Great American Balancing Act: Our Liberal Country Relies on Conservative Institutio...
- Is America Turning a Corner? The Facts, pp. 36-51
A Guided Visual Tour of the Latest Hard Data on the State of American Society.
Is America Turning a Corner?
- A New Era of Civic Virtue Is Dawning, p. 52
- Deviancy Is Down, Not Out , p. 53
- But What About Clinton? , p. 54
- The Return of Common Sense , pp. 55-56
- The Two Americas , p. 57
- The Glass Is Still Half Empty , p. 58
- Get Washington Out of the Way , p. 59
- Freedom Works , pp. 60-61
- Welfare Reform Is Working, pp. 62-65
Visits to Welfare Offices Across America Reveal That the Old Dole Is Dying, to the Bene...
- Welcome to the Casbah, pp. 66-69
The Latest Injection of Savvy and Sweat into America's Economy Comes from the Middle East.
- In Real Life: First-Person America, pp. 70-72
Relax with His Bow and Arrows. And Almost Succeeds.
- Social Security Watch, p. 73
If You Think a Pension Invested in Stocks Is Scary, Compare It to Social Security.
- Enterprising, pp. 74-75
Yesterday's Rag-Pickers Could Teach Today's Recyclers a Lesson.
- Flashback, p. 76
Elbert Hubbard, Soap Salesman and Arts and Crafts Apostle.
- Hollywood Report, p. 77
The Next World War II Blockbuster Is a Wild Card Until the Wraps Come off around Christ...
[+] Documenting the Deluge (Review) , p. 78
Noah's Flood, by William B.F. Ryan and Walter C. Pitman
- Noah's Flood by William B.F. Ryan and Walter C. Pitman
[+] A Town Called Hopeless (Review) , p. 79
Main Street Blues, by Richard O. Davies
- Main Street Blues by Richard O. Davies
[+] Frequently Misunderstood Flier (Review) , p. 80
Lindbergh, by A. Scott Berg
- Lindbergh by A. Scott Berg
[+] Woody Allen, Seriously (Review) , p. 81
Reconstructing Woody, by Mary P. Nichols
- Reconstructing Woody by Mary P. Nichols
[+] A Well-Regulated Militia at Work (Review) , pp. 82-83
Target Switzerland, by Stephen P. Halbrook and Alex Van Buren
- Target Switzerland by Stephen P. Halbrook and Alex Van Buren
[+] The Black List (3 Reviews) , p. 84
Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison
- Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
- Native Son by Richard A. Wright
- Go Tell It On the Mountain by James Baldwin
- The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
Getting Rich Pretty Quick...A Family or a Depression...The Wetlands Swamp...Y2K Is Just...
- Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
Special Election Roundup: What the Voters Really Said. The Year in Polls. Optimistic Wo...
- The Mail, pp. 94-95
Kudos and Cudgels on Race. Cloning Dangers. Fussing over Fusionism.
- Last Gasp, pp. 96-98