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The Secret Lives of Citizens, by Thomas Geoghegan
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  1. [+]
    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. [+]
          Issues of 1997 = 6 Issues, 242 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1998 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1999 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
              1. [+]
                January 1999 Issue = 34 Articles
                1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-8
                2. Sidelights, p. 9
                3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
                4. "Live" with TAE by Milton Friedman and Rose Friedman, pp. 18-21
                5. The Year in Review by Andrew Ferguson, Lucianne Goldberg, and Mark Steyn, ..., pp. 22-27
                6. The Republican Stumble by Grover Norquist, pp. 28-29
                7. Democrats Hit the Jackpot by Peter Augustine Lawler, pp. 30-31
                8. Liberty, License, and the American Dilemma by Dan Coats, pp. 32-35
                9. Is America Turning a Corner? The Facts by Karl Zinsmeister, Stephen Moore, and Karlyn Bowman, ..., pp. 36-51
                10. Is America Turning a Corner? by Stephen Moore, p. 52
                11. Deviancy Is Down, Not Out by Mitchell Pearlstein, p. 53
                12. But What About Clinton? by Robert Bork, p. 54
                13. The Return of Common Sense by Michael Barone, pp. 55-56
                14. The Two Americas by Daniel Lapin, p. 57
                15. The Glass Is Still Half Empty by Allan Carlson, p. 58
                16. Get Washington Out of the Way by John Ashcroft, p. 59
                17. Freedom Works by Ben Wattenberg, pp. 60-61
                18. Welfare Reform Is Working by Ron Haskins, pp. 62-65
                19. Welcome to the Casbah by Joel Kotkin, pp. 66-69
                20. In Real Life: First-Person America by Ray Wisher, pp. 70-72
                21. Social Security Watch, p. 73
                22. Enterprising, pp. 74-75
                23. Flashback, p. 76
                24. Hollywood Report, p. 77
                25. [+]
                  Documenting the Deluge by Frederick Turner, p. 78 - 1 Review
                  1. Noah's Flood by William B.F. Ryan and Walter C. Pitman
                26. [+]
                  A Town Called Hopeless by Philip Langdon, p. 79 - 1 Review
                  1. Main Street Blues by Richard O. Davies
                27. [+]
                  Frequently Misunderstood Flier by Paul Gottfried, p. 80 - 1 Review
                  1. Lindbergh by A. Scott Berg
                28. [+]
                  Woody Allen, Seriously by Peter Augustine Lawler, p. 81 - 1 Review
                  1. Reconstructing Woody by Mary P. Nichols
                29. [+]
                  A Well-Regulated Militia at Work by David Kopel, pp. 82-83 - 1 Review
                  1. Target Switzerland by Stephen P. Halbrook and Alex Van Buren
                30. [+]
                  The Black List by Roger Clegg, p. 84 - 3 Reviews
                  1. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
                  2. Native Son by Richard A. Wright
                  3. Go Tell It On the Mountain by James Baldwin
                31. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
                32. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
                33. The Mail, pp. 94-95
                34. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
              2. [+]
                March 1999 Issue = 42 Articles
                1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
                2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
                3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
                4. "Live" with TAE by Lowell "Bud" Paxson and Jeff Sagansky, pp. 18-23
                5. Trash TV at Flood Tide by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 24-31
                6. Why Cleaning Up Television is Important to the Nation by Paul Simon, p. 32
                7.  ---  by Sam Brownback, p. 33
                8.  ---  by Joseph Lieberman, pp. 34-36
                9. Organize Parents over the Internet. by Robert Lichter, p. 37
                10. Have the TV Industry Police Itself. by Steve Allen, p. 38
                11. Have Advertisers Play a Stronger Role. by Robert Stuart #2 and Andrea Alstrup, p. 39
                12. Boycott the Worst Shows. by Michael Pfleger, pp. 40-41
                13. Use Economic Incentives. by James Hamilton, pp. 42-43
                14. Have Physicians Educate Parents. by David Walsh, p. 44
                15. Swap Real Lives for Virtual Ones. by John Taylor Gatto, pp. 45-47
                16. Is the Problem Television or Viewers? by Michael Medved and David Horowitz, pp. 48-55
                17. Hollywood's Better Side by Joel Kotkin, pp. 56-58
                18. Bookish Broadcasting by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 59
                19. Commercial TV's Grand Slam by Curt Smith, pp. 60-61
                20. Iliad in Space by Eli Lehrer, p. 62
                21. Life Imitates Art by Paul Cantor, p. 63
                22. News Shows Open Gateways to the Internet by Ron Bailey, pp. 63-66
                23. To Clone or Not to Clone by James Q. Wilson and Leon Kass, pp. 67-69
                24. Why Jews Should Pray for a Christian American by Daniel Lapin, pp. 70-71
                25. The Long View of Los Angeles. by David Friedman, p. 72
                26. Small Town Life. by Hendrik Mills, p. 73
                27. Social Security Watch, p. 74
                28. The Economist, p. 75
                29. Enterprising, p. 76
                30. Flashback, p. 77
                31. Hollywood Report, p. 78
                32. [+]
                  Willie Wonka They're Not by Richard Miniter, p. 79 - 1 Review
                  1. The Emperors of Chocolate by Joel Glenn Brenner
                33. [+]
                  Innocence Agog by Evan Gahr, p. 80 - 1 Review
                  1. Saving Childhood by Michael Medved and Diane Medved
                34. [+]
                  Thurgood Marshall: American Neoconservative? by Daniel Troy, p. 81 - 1 Review
                  1. Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary by Juan Williams
                35. [+]
                  Life in the Brats' Lane by Clark Stooksbury, p. 82 - 1 Review
                  1. To the Limit by Marc Eliot
                36. [+]
                  Eurotrash Recycled by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 83 - 1 Review
                  1. Reconstructing America by James W. Ceaser
                37. [+]
                  The Religious Roots of Success by Gerald Russello, p. 84 - 1 Review
                  1. Progress and Religion by Christopher Dawson and Christina Scott
                38. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
                39. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
                40. The Mail, pp. 94-95
                41. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
                42. Cover illustration by Ismael Roldan
              3. [+]
                May 1999 Issue = 44 Articles
                1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-8
                2. Sidelights, p. 9
                3. Scan: Short News and Commentary by T.J. Rodgers and Jesse Jackson, pp. 10-17
                4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
                5. Two Views by Fred Barnes and Jonathan Yardley, pp. 20-21
                6. "Live" with TAE by Rudolph Giuliani and Hillary Clinton, pp. 22-27
                7. How Clinton Mangles the Truth by Christopher Kitchens and Randall Brooks, pp. 28-35
                8. Lies in the Courtroom by Max Boot and Ray Wisher, pp. 36-39
                9. Media Fakes, pp. 40-42
                10. On Campus, Politics Has Trumped Truth and Liars Now Flourish, While Honest Voices Are S... by Kenneth Lee, pp. 43-44
                11. The Fibs of Campus Icon Betty Friedan. by David Horowitz, pp. 45-47
                12. Misrepresenting the Holocaust by Daniel Lapin, pp. 48-49
                13. The Roots of Today's Lying Epidemic by Lynne Cheney, p. 50
                14. From Euphemism to Bloody Lies by David Lehman, p. 51
                15. A Lying Tongue Lasts Only a Moment by Gene Edward Veith, p. 52
                16. What Happens When We Stop Teaching Truth? by Christina Hoff Sommers, p. 53
                17. Lying's Threat to the Left by JoelKotkin, pp. 54-55
                18. Gerald Ford: Right Man for the House, p. 56
                19. Gentle in Manner, Strong in Deed by George Bush, p. 57
                20. Normalcy Comes to Bedlam by Aram Bakshian, pp. 58-59
                21. "I Never Encountered a Hidden Agenda" by Henry Kissinger, p. 60
                22. The "Anti-Clinton" by James K. Glassman, p. 61
                23. A Dissenting View by Joseph Sobran, pp. 61-62
                24. Good Instinct by Donald Rumsfeld, p. 63
                25. Dangers Vetoed by Carla Hills, p. 63
                26. Of Ethics and Flinching by Barber Conable, p. 63
                27. Speaking with The American Enterprise by Gerald Ford, pp. 64-66
                28. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Thomas Spence and John Lott, pp. 67-69
                29. A Tortuous Set of Tax Forms. by Blake Hurst, p. 70
                30. Human Nature at the Drive-Thru. by Erin Sharp, p. 71
                31. Social Security Watch, p. 72
                32. World Capitalism and Democracy Need Some Insurance Protection--In the form of a U.S. Ta... by Lawrence Lindsey, pp. 73-75
                33. Grab Clinton's Universal Savings Accounts and Run Hard with Them. by John Hood, pp. 76-77
                34. Flashback, p. 78
                35. Hollywood Report, p. 79
                36. [+]
                  William the Liberator by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel, p. 80 - 1 Review
                  1. All on Fire by Henry Mayer
                37. [+]
                  The Wit of Nations by David Henderson, p. 81 - 1 Review
                  1. Eat the Rich by P.J. O'Rourke
                38. [+]
                  Portrait of a Marriage by Norah Vincent, p. 82 - 1 Review
                  1. Elegy for Iris by John Bayley
                39. [+]
                  I, the Jury by Dave Kopel, p. 83 - 1 Review
                  1. Jury Nullification by Clay S. Conrad
                40. [+]
                  Like a good Neighbor by Brian Doherty, p. 84 - 1 Review
                  1. Dear America by Karl Hess
                41. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
                42. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
                43. The Mail, pp. 94-95
                44. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
              4. [+]
                July 1999 Issue = 31 Articles
                1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
                2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
                3. Scan: Short News and Commentary by Pat Buchanan, pp. 10-17
                4. "Live" with TAE by Chris Matthews, Hardballer, pp. 18-23
                5. The West Point Story by Bill Kauffman, pp. 24-41
                6. Is the Naval Academy off Course? by John Meroney, pp. 42-51
                7. Dear Supe by James Webb, pp. 52-55
                8. The Advantages and Disadvantages of ROTC. by John Bradford #2 and Eli Lehrer, pp. 56-57
                9. The British Approach by David A. Smith, pp. 58-59
                10. The Story of a Would-Be Delinquent Turned by the Marines and the Citadel into an Honora... by Dave Geisler, pp. 60-61
                11. Why He's Glad He Went to the Citadel Rather Than Georgetown, Oxford, and Yale. by Pat Conroy, pp. 62-63
                12. Parents Across the Country Singing the Praises of Military High Schools. by Evan Gahr, pp. 64-65
                13. How It Works. by Josiah Bunting III, pp. 66-67
                14. Why Medical Expenses Are out of Control by William C. Waters III, pp. 68-70
                15. Bipartisan Medicare Reform by Bill Thomas, p. 71
                16. A Longer-Term Alternative by John Hood, pp. 72-73
                17. One Shopkeeper's Effort to Clean Up the Public Square. by Jennifer Roback Morse, p. 74
                18. Farmers and Ranchers Can Occupy the Same Land Yet Live in Different Universes. by Dale Anema, p. 75
                19. Social Security Watch, p. 76
                20. Hollywood Report, p. 77
                21. Flashback, pp. 78-79
                22. [+]
                  All Too Geeky by Jonah Goldberg, p. 80 - 1 Review
                  1. All Too Human by George Stephanopoulos
                23. [+]
                  Everyone in the Agora! by Charles Euchner, p. 81 - 1 Review
                  1. The Secret Lives of Citizens by Thomas Geoghegan
                24. [+]
                  The Duelists by Walter S. Montano, p. 82 - 1 Review
                  1. A Fatal Friendship by Arnold A. Rogow
                25. [+]
                  Mainspring of the New World by George Marlin, pp. 82-83 - 1 Review
                  1. Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898 by Edwin G. Burrows and Mike Wallace
                26. [+]
                  The Raw Deal by Justin Raimondo, p. 84 - 1 Review
                  1. The Roosevelt Myth by John T. Flynn
                27. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
                28. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
                29. The Mail, pp. 94-95
                30. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
                31. Cover photo by Wayne McCrea
              5. [+]
                September 1999 Issue = 37 Articles
                1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-5
                2. Sidelights, pp. 6-7
                3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 8-17
                4. "Live" with TAE by Franklin Graham, pp. 18-23
                5. A Father to the End by Edward Ericson, Jr., pp. 24-27
                6. An L.A. Dad Discovers Idaho Fatherhood by Ben Stein, pp. 28-30
                7. Defining Daddy Down by Barbara Dafoe and David Popenoe, pp. 31-34
                8. The Case against Androgynous Marriage by Steven Khoads, pp. 35-39
                9. Daughters Need Fathers Too by William Mattox, Jr., p. 40
                10. Fatherhood Is Not for Wimps by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 41-45
                11. The Army Knows Best by Ray Wisher, pp. 46-47
                12. A Father at Columbine by Dale Anema, pp. 48-50
                13. Transatlantic Fatherhood by Matthew Stevenson, pp. 51-52
                14. The Riches of a Poor Father by James Payne, p. 53
                15. The Shocking Truth about Gun Shows by Bill Kauffman, pp. 54-57
                16. A Liberal Democrat's Lament by Robert Cottrol, pp. 58-60
                17. Moms, Cops, and Voters against Gun Control by Gayle Yiotis, p. 61
                18. Armed Citizens Stop Criminals and Help Cops by Ray Wisher, p. 62
                19. How to Count Votes on Gun Control by David Keene, pp. 63-65
                20. False Images by James Bowman, pp. 66-67
                21. Planting Wolves by Blake Hurst, pp. 68-70
                22. In Real Life: First-Person America by Montgomery Brown, p. 71
                23. Social Security Watch, pp. 72-73
                24. Economist, p. 74
                25. Enterprising by Amity Shlaes, Newt Gingrich, and William Gale, pp. 75-76
                26. Hollywood Report, p. 77
                27. Flashback by John Wilkes Booth, pp. 78-79
                28. [+]
                  Fear of a Colored Future by Allan Carlson, p. 80 - 1 Review
                  1. Intended Consequences by Donald T. Critchlow
                29. [+]
                  Born to be Wild by Norah Vincent, p. 81 - 1 Review
                  1. Outlaw Machine by Brock Yates
                30. [+]
                  The Liar by Jesse Walker, p. 82 - 1 Review
                  1. No One Left to Lie to by Christopher Hitchens
                31. [+]
                  When Did Liberalism Go Bad? by John Attarian, p. 83 - 1 Review
                  1. After Liberalism by Paul E. Gottfried
                32. [+]
                  Of Irish Clerks & Black Chemists by David R. Henderson, p. 84 - 1 Review
                  1. The Economics and Politics of Race by Thomas Sowell
                33. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
                34. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
                35. The Mail, pp. 94-95
                36. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
                37. Cover illustration by Patricia Mollica
              6. [+]
                November 1999 Issue = 28 Articles
                1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
                2. Sidelights, p. 7
                3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 8-15
                4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-17
                5. The Dow Is Headed for 36,000. by Kevin Hassett and James Glassman, p. 18
                6. There Are Good Economic Reasons to Doubt That. by Lawrence Lindsey, pp. 18-20
                7. "Live" with TAE by Edmund Morris, pp. 21-25
                8. America's Essential Revolutionary by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 26-28
                9. The Humble Hero by Bruce Thornton and Victor Hanson, pp. 29-31
                10. The Power Broker Who Came Home by Bill Kauffman, pp. 32-33
                11. America among Today's Chinese Is Decidedly Mixed. by Ying Ma, pp. 34-36
                12. Living in Both Countries Has Taught Her about the Long-Term Prospects for U.S.-China Co... by Nien Cheng, pp. 37-39
                13. What Would They Think of the '90s?, pp. 40-67
                14. Keep It Local, Stupid by George Liebmann, pp. 68-69
                15. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Pat Conroy, p. 70
                16. In Real Life: First-Person America by Blake Hurst, p. 71
                17. Social Security Watch, pp. 72-73
                18. Flashback, pp. 74-75
                19. Hollywood Report by Oliver Stone, pp. 76-77
                20. [+]
                  The Ugly Shadow of '69 by Ying Ma, p. 78 - 1 Review
                  1. Cornell '69 by Donald Alexander Downs
                21. [+]
                  Real Men Don't Sell Software by David Boaz, p. 79 - 1 Review
                  1. In Praise of Hard Industries by Eamonn Fingleton
                22. [+]
                  Social Engineering with the Nazis by Peter Augustine Lawler, p. 80 - 1 Review
                  1. The Nazi War on Cancer by Robert N. Proctor
                23. [+]
                  She's No Kissinger by Paul Gottfried, p. 81 - 1 Review
                  1. Madeleine Albright by Michael Dobbs
                24. [+]
                  The Beauty of an Ordinary City Block by Philip Langdon, pp. 82-83 - 1 Review
                  1. The Death and Life of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs
                25. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 84-89
                26. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
                27. The Mail, pp. 94-98
                28. Cover illustration by Ralph Butler
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            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