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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 30 Issues, 656 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 1 Issue, 15 Articles
      1. [+]
        Autumn 1990 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Welcome to NY, p. 2
        2. Did New York's Tax Cuts Work? by Lawrence Lindsey and Edwin Rubenstein, pp. 3-6
        3. The Baby Doctor Bust by Carolyn Lochhead, pp. 7-9
        4. EMS, One More Time by Mark Cunningham, pp. 10-12
        5. Is New York Going Down the Tubes? by Peter Salins, pp. 13-18
        6. The Hidden Costs of Housing Madness by William Tucker, pp. 19-30
        7. What Really Causes Family Homelessness? by Randall Filer, pp. 31-40
        8. Letting Schools Work by John Chubb and Terry Moe, pp. 41-53
        9. The War on Technology by Rupert Murdoch, pp. 54-56
        10. The Tie That Binds by Terry Teachout, pp. 57-60
        11. Ten Years of Setting Municipal Priorities by Roger Starr, pp. 61-62
        12. In Appreciation by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 63-64
        13. Old New York by John F. Kasson, pp. 65-68
        14. Letter from Park Slope by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 69-72
        15. Diarist by Walter Olson, p. 73
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1991 = 3 Issues, 47 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 1991 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editor's Journal, pp. 2-3
        2. Letters, pp. 4-6
        3. Unbearable Obligations, pp. 7-9
        4. Tracking Down the Hidden Homeless by Randall Filer, pp. 10-11
        5. Mindless Law in Topless Bar by James Taranto, pp. 12-15
        6. Foster Care as Welfare by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 16-18
        7. Does State Aid Reach the Schools by Raymond Domanico, pp. 19-20
        8. New York's Most Unjust Tax by Gerard C.S. Mildner, pp. 21-28
        9. Sonny Carson and the Politics of Protest by Tamar Jacoby, pp. 29-40
        10. Kicking New York's Dependency Habit by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 41-49
        11. Albany Passes the Check by Edwin S. Rubenstein, pp. 50-57
        12. Get Out of Jail Free, pp. 58-66
        13. Our Universal Civilization by V.S. Naipaul, pp. 67-77
        14. Miles from Museum Mile by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 78-79
        15. Letters from a Crackhouse by Terry Williams, pp. 80-84
        16. Subway Sex by James MacGuire, p. 85
      2. [+]
        Autumn 1991 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Editor's Journal, pp. 2-3
        2. Letters, pp. 4-6
        3. How to Save the City by Richard Vigilante, pp. 7-10
        4. The Transit Authority's Forced Busing Program by Allen Randolph, pp. 11-13
        5. Who's Warehousing Now? by Mark Riebling, pp. 14-16
        6. Workfare for the Homeless by Dennis Hirsch, pp. 17-19
        7. Liberalism & the City by Nathan Glazer, Alan Ehrenhalt, and Elaine Kamarck, ..., pp. 20-34
        8. Where the Money Goes by Steven G. Craig, pp. 35-46
        9. Fernandez's Quick Fix by Stephanie Gutmann, pp. 47-56
        10. Out of the Barrio by Linda Chavez, pp. 57-64
        11. Crime and Metaphor by George L. Kelling, pp. 65-72
        12. City of Brawls by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 73-79
        13. Reform New York Racing by James MacGuire, pp. 80-87
        14. Letter from East Harlem by Nathan Glazer, pp. 88-95
        15. Diminishing Returns by Mary Elizabeth Schwarz, pp. 96-98
      3. [+]
        Winter 1991 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-5
        2. Editor's Journal, p. 6
        3. Private Crimes by Robert James Bidinotto, pp. 7-9
        4. Trash Can Traumas by Mark Cunningham, pp. 10-11
        5. New York's Lost Teachers by Raymond Domanico, pp. 12-13
        6. Choosing Schools London Style by David Brooks, pp. 14-16
        7. Reclaiming the Subway by George Kelling, pp. 17-28
        8. Prisoners of Race by Jim Sleeper, pp. 29-38
        9. Does Rent Control Help the Poor? by Peter Salins, pp. 39-45
        10. Immigrants Rescue the Rag Trade by Roger Waldinger, pp. 46-51
        11. Opening Albany's Books by Edwin S. Rubenstein, pp. 52-63
        12. A Child's World by Dana Mack, pp. 64-67
        13. The Right Man for the Met by David Wagner, pp. 68-72
        14. In Appreciation by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 73-74
        15. Letter from Sunset Park by Lou Winnick, pp. 75-79
        16. Getting a Fix in New York by Charles Bork, pp. 80-82
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 3 Issues, 51 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 1992 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Editor's Journal, pp. 2-3
        2. Letters, pp. 4-8
        3. Miami's Drug Court by Matthew Tallmer, pp. 9-11
        4. The New Polemics of Race by Linda Chavez, pp. 12-13
        5. A False Alarm on Smog by Richard Miniter, pp. 14-17
        6. The Redistricting Cartel by David Wells, pp. 18-21
        7. [+]
          The New Politics of Poverty by Lawrence Mead, pp. 22-24 - 1 Review
          1. The New Politics of Poverty by Lawrence M. Mead
        8. A Report Card on State Spending by Steven G. Craig, pp. 25-36
        9. Opening the Door to Low-Cost Housing by Randall K. Filer, pp. 37-46
        10. How to Keep New York's Water Running by Peter Judd and Roger Starr, pp. 47-54
        11. Politics and the Wicks Law by Joseph B. Rose, pp. 55-62
        12. Fun and Games at the Consumer Affairs Department by Carolyn Lochhead, pp. 63-70
        13. City Journal Interview, pp. 71-81
        14. Agreeing to Disagree by Richard Vigilante, pp. 82-88
        15. The Theater by James MacGuire, pp. 89-95
        16. Tomb with a View by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 96-98
        17. Letter from Brighton Beach by Keith Elliot Greenberg, pp. 99-104
        18. Homecoming by Beth Fallon, pp. 105-106
      2. [+]
        Autumn 1992 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Editor's Journal, pp. 2-3
        2. Letters, pp. 4-8
        3. Should Staten Island Leave the City? by Joseph P. Viteritti, pp. 9-12
        4. Bringing Justice Closer to Home by Thomas A. Reppetto, pp. 13-14
        5. Albany's Restoration Redlining by Kathryn Wylde, pp. 15-17
        6. Underground Managers by Keith Elliot Greenberg, pp. 18-21
        7. [+]
          Chicago's Path to Fiscal Responsibility by Ester R. Fuchs, pp. 22-23 - 1 Review
          1. Mayors and Money by Ester R. Fuchs
        8. No Excuses for Failure by Nathan Glazer, pp. 24-32
        9. New York's Vanishing Supply Side by Stephen Kagann, pp. 33-40
        10. Under Siege by William Tucker, pp. 41-50
        11. Compensation Games by Peter Murphy, pp. 51-56
        12. Garbage Gridlock by Steven M. Polan, pp. 57-67
        13. City Journal Interview by Herman Badillo, pp. 68-73
        14. The Valley of Ashes by Roger Starr, pp. 74-78
        15. A Book Lover's Guide to New York by Francis Morrone, pp. 79-81
        16. Letter from Astoria by Patricia Kean, pp. 82-87
        17. New York Alfresco by Barbara Probst Solomon, pp. 88-90
      3. [+]
        Winter 1992 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editor's Journal, pp. 2-3
        2. Letters, pp. 4-6
        3. Shutting Down New York by Richard Miniter, pp. 7-9
        4. Ethnic Politics Lays an Egg by Edward N. Costikyan, p. 10
        5. The Mexican Connection by Kenneth Silber, pp. 11-13
        6. The Case for Cable Competition by Thomas W. Hazlett, pp. 14-16
        7. Cranking the Debt Machine by Edwin S. Rubenstein, pp. 17-28
        8. The Bilingual Ghetto, pp. 29-39
        9. The Assault on Public Order by William A. Donohue and James Taranto, pp. 40-47
        10. Subsidizing Discrimination at Starrett City by Howard Husock, pp. 48-53
        11. Reconstructing New York by Stephen Berger, pp. 54-60
        12. The New Communitarians by Jules Cohn, pp. 61-64
        13. Grand Central by Nicholas King, pp. 65-67
        14. A Tour of New York's Clubland by Anthony Lejeune, pp. 68-71
        15. Letter From Pelham Parkway by Keith Elliot Greenberg, pp. 72-76
        16. Terminal Illness by James Taranto, pp. 77-78
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1993 = 4 Issues, 82 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1993 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 7
        2. Deinstitutionalizing the Mentally Ill, pp. 8-13
        3. [+]
          The Cultural Dimensions of Social Change by Myron Magnet, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
          1. The Dream and the Nightmare by Myron Magnet
        4. Vital Signs by Stephen Kagann, pp. 16-17
        5. Thinking About Crime by George L. Kelling, pp. 18-19
        6. Urban Ecology by Richard Miniter, pp. 20-21
        7. At Law by Walter K. Olson, pp. 22-23
        8. On the Docket by Joseph L. Bruno, pp. 24-25
        9. A Citizen's Guide to City Government by Edwin S. Rubenstein, pp. 26-45
        10. Navigating the Ninties by Charles R. Morris, pp. 46-52
        11. The Historical Roots of the Budget Crisis by Roger Starr, pp. 53-56
        12. The Two New York's by Frank J. Macchiarola, pp. 57-61
        13. The Futile Crusade by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 62-68
        14. Privatizing HHC by William B. Eimicke and Anne Lenhard Reisinger, ..., pp. 69-75
        15. New Frontiers in Affordable Housing by Howard Husock, pp. 76-84
        16. Back to Borough Government, pp. 85-89
        17. When the Irish Ran New York by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 90-95
        18. Revival in the Ruins by Stephanie Gutmann, pp. 96-101
        19. Letter from Flushing by Keith Elliot Greenberg, pp. 102-107
        20. New York Diarist by Adam P. Glick, pp. 108-110
      2. [+]
        Summer 1993 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. [+]
          The Rise of the High-Rise by Elizabeth Hawes, pp. 6-7 - 1 Review
          1. New York, New York by Elizabeth Hawes
        3. The Politics of Small Business by Laurence Sprung, pp. 8-9
        4. How Clinton Can Help New York by Stephen Kagann, pp. 10-11
        5. Is Dry Cleaning a Health Hazard? by Richard Miniter, pp. 12-13
        6. Estate Tax Exodus by Robert B. Ward, pp. 14-15
        7. City Contracts by Jane McCarthy, pp. 16-17
        8. Is Reinventing Government Enough? by Louis Winnick, pp. 18-29
        9. Hard Lessons on Homelessness by Thomas Main, pp. 30-39
        10. Ten Ways to Trim the Budget by Bruce Bender and Amy Klein, pp. 40-47
        11. Race and Reporting by William McGowan, pp. 48-56
        12. Getting Around New York by E.S. Savas, pp. 57-65
        13. America Works by Jan Rosenberg and Sol Stern, pp. 66-71
        14. At Home with Big Government by Tucker Carlson, pp. 72-80
        15. No Surrender by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 81-83
        16. Debating Welfare Reform by Mickey Kaus and Michael Horowitz, pp. 84-91
        17. PM: New York's Highbrow Tabloid by Roger Starr, pp. 92-95
        18. Alexis de Tocqueville, Urban Critic by Witold Rybczynski, pp. 96-99
        19. The New Irish by Francis Morrone, pp. 100-103
        20. It's All Happening at the Zoo by Robert Bendiner, pp. 104-107
        21. New York Diarist by Adam P. Glick, pp. 108-110
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1993 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. [+]
          The New Politics of Assimilation by Peter Skerry, pp. 6-7 - 1 Review
          1. Mexican Americans: The Ambivalent Minority by Peter Skerry
        3. Getting Down to Basics by Stephen Berger, pp. 8-9
        4. Good Standing? by Walter K. Olson, pp. 10-11
        5. Lead Astray by Richard Miniter, pp. 12-13
        6. Back Taxes for Sale by Kenneth Silber, pp. 14-15
        7. User-Friendly Government by Richard Ryan, pp. 16-17
        8. Fate of a World City by Nathan Glazer, pp. 18-26
        9. The Livable City by Julia Vitullo-Martin, pp. 27-34
        10. South Bronx Renaissance by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 35-43
        11. The New Community Activism by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 44-55
        12. A Memo to the New Schools Chancellor by Raymond Domanico and Nathan Glazer, pp. 56-62
        13. Why Enterprise Zones Will Not Work by Philip Kasinitz and Jan Rosenberg, pp. 63-71
        14. HRA Adrift by William Grinker and Dennis Smith, pp. 72-77
        15. Chicago's Hands-On Mayor by Paul Glastris, pp. 78-84
        16. The New Politics of Bret Schundler by Bret Schundler, pp. 85-91
        17. 1886: The Men Who Would Be Mayor by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 92-95
        18. New York's Trollope Society by Brooke Allen, pp. 96-98
        19. The White Elephant on the Potomac by Charlotte Allen, pp. 99-103
        20. How Certain Foreigners Saw New York by John Lukacs, pp. 104-109
        21. A Stroll Through Battery Park City by Roger Starr, pp. 110-115
        22. New York Diaries by Adam P. Glick, pp. 116-118
      4. [+]
        Winter 1993 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. New York's Vanishing Supply Side by Stephen Kagann, pp. 6-9
        3. [+]
          Federalism: A New Context for Domestic Policy? by Alice M. Rivlin, pp. 10-11 - 1 Review
          1. Reviving the American Dream by Alice M. Rivlin
        4. Vital Signs by Stephen Kagann, pp. 12-13
        5. Urban Ecology by Richard Miniter, pp. 14-15
        6. Thinking About Crime by George L. Kelling, pp. 16-17
        7. The Body Politic by Fred Siegel, pp. 18-19
        8. Breaking the Government Habit by Stephen Berger, pp. 20-27
        9. Have We Crossed the Line? by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 28-39
        10. Simple Rules for a Complex Society by Peter D. Salins, pp. 40-49
        11. Sue City by Walter K. Olson, pp. 50-55
        12. The Uncivil History of the Civilian Review Board by Tamar Jacoby, pp. 56-63
        13. L.A.'s Engine of Growth by Joel Kotkin, pp. 64-69
        14. [+]
          New York's Failed Housing Policies by Peter Salins, pp. 70-77 - 1 Review
          1. Scarcity by Design by Peter D. Salins and Gerard C.S. Mildner
        15. The Miracle of a Black Church: A Review by Charles Murray, pp. 78-80
        16. Letter from Tompkins Square Park by Nicholas King, pp. 81-84
        17. Francis Morrone on Classical New York by Francis Morrone, pp. 85-87
        18. A Little Girl's New York by Edith Wharton, pp. 88-95
        19. New York Diarist by Adam P. Glick, pp. 96-98
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 74 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. Soundings, pp. 6-9
        3. City Voices by Jan Rosenberg, pp. 10-11
        4. The Other Side of Paradise by David Brooks, pp. 12-20
        5. New Hope for Old Projects by Robert F. Wagner, Jr. and Julia Vitullo-Martin, ..., pp. 21-30
        6. Up the Up Staircase by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 31-39
        7. The ACLU Against the Cities by Charlotte Allen, pp. 40-47
        8. Taking Off the Kid Gloves by Rita Kramer, pp. 48-53
        9. Innovator in the Heartland by Bettie Cadou, pp. 54-60
        10. Regaining Lost Ground by Charles Murray, pp. 61-66
        11. Learning Zones, pp. 67-73
        12. Washington's New York by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 74-76
        13. The Education of L*E*O R*O*S*T*E*N by Roger Starr, pp. 77-81
        14. Underground Pioneers by Clifton Hood, pp. 82-87
        15. New York Diarist by Adam Glick, pp. 88-90
      2. [+]
        Summer 1994 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. Soundings, pp. 6-9
        3. Downward Mobility by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 10-20
        4. The Afrocentric Hustle by Stanley Crouch, pp. 21-28
        5. Let the Landlord Beware by Charlotte Allen, pp. 29-37
        6. Taking Back the Streets by George L. Kelling and William J. Bratton, pp. 38-46
        7. Putting Children First by Myron Magnet, pp. 47-53
        8. Government by Decree by Ross Sandler and David Schoenbrod, pp. 54-62
        9. Setting Schools Free by Kathleen Sylvester, pp. 63-69
        10. State Capitalism, New York Style by William J. Stern, pp. 70-75
        11. The Self-Reliant City---Milwaukee by John Norquist, pp. 76-79
        12. San Francisco's Citizen Caen by Roger Starr, pp. 80-82
        13. Joe and Carol Reich by Steve Weeks, pp. 83-88
        14. Park Avenue in the Jazz Age by Zelda Fitzgerald and F. Scott Fitzgerald, pp. 89-90
        15. Coney Island Memories by Sid Frigand, pp. 91-94
        16. New York Diarist by Adam Glick, pp. 95-98
        17. Cover Photograph by Stuart Dee
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1994 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, p. 6
        3. Big Brother HUD by Heather Mac Donald, p. 6
        4. Disorder in the Courts by James Taranto, p. 7
        5. The Regulation That Wasn't by Peter Salins, p. 8
        6. So Much for Physics by Heather Mac Donald, p. 8
        7. Suing City Hall by Walter Olson, p. 8
        8. Gutless in Albany by Ray Ackerman, p. 9
        9. Black Progress in Queens by Deroy Murdock, p. 9
        10. Albany's Toxic Taxes by Rob Norton, pp. 10-18
        11. The Teen Mommy Track by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 19-29
        12. San Francisco Gets Tough with the Homeless by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 30-40
        13. Punishment and Personhood by Clarence Thomas, pp. 41-45
        14. Quiet, Please by Julia Vitullo-Martin, pp. 46-55
        15. Integration Without Tears by Roger Starr, pp. 56-62
        16. In Foster Care, Children Come Last by Rita Kramer, pp. 63-70
        17. Breaking Up the Board of Ed by Edward N. Costikyan, pp. 71-74
        18. Urban Architecture Awakens from a Bad Drea by Vincent Scully, pp. 75-80
        19. The Incongruous Urban Angler by Roger Starr, pp. 81-83
        20. A Traveller's New York, 1842 by Charles Dickens, pp. 84-91
        21. Oh, To Be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 92-98
        22. Contributors, p. 99
        23. New York Diarist by Daniel Seligman, pp. 100-102
        24. Cover Photograph by Andrew Bordwin
      4. [+]
        Winter 1994 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Page One, p. 5
        2. [+]
          The New Politics of Race by Paul M. Sniderman, pp. 6-7 - 1 Review
          1. The Scar of Race by Paul M. Sniderman and Thomas Piazza
        3. Advice for the New Mayor, pp. 8-15
        4. Cutting City Government Down to Size by Edward Costikyan, pp. 16-25
        5. America's Cities: Can We Save Them? by Edward G. Rendell, pp. 26-32
        6. HUD: Who Needs It? by Charlotte Allen, pp. 33-45
        7. The New Chutzpah by Walter K. Olson, pp. 46-49
        8. Asbestos and TB: A Tale of Two Crises by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 50-57
        9. Neighborhood Cops by George L. Kelling, pp. 58-67
        10. Debbie Meier and the Dawn of Central Park East by Seymour Fliegel, pp. 68-77
        11. Getting the Mayor Back in Touch by Ross Sandler, pp. 78-84
        12. New York's Needless War Over Water by Richard Miniter, pp. 85-93
        13. The Quality of Life, pp. 94-101
        14. Thomas Nast by Roger Starr, pp. 102-109
        15. Urban Iconoclast by Howard Husock, pp. 110-115
        16. A Touch of Tokyo by Edward Fielden, pp. 116-117
        17. The Ten-Foot-Tall Officer by Susan Vigilante, pp. 118-123
        18. New York Diarist by Adam Glick, pp. 124-126
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 3 Issues, 86 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1995 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by James Taranto, p. 6
        3. There Are No Individuals Here by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 6
        4. Pound Foolish by Peter Salins, p. 6
        5. Negating Affirmative Action by Richard E. Morgan, p. 7
        6. The Denver Boot by Vincent Carroll, p. 8
        7. With Friends Like These... by Heather Mac Donald, p. 8
        8. Titticourt Follies by Sally Satel, p. 9
        9. The Case of the Hatless Doorman by Charlotte Allen, p. 10
        10. A Vicious Cycle by Richard Miniter, p. 10
        11. America's Parking Ticket Capital by Tucker Carlson, p. 10
        12. An Essential Service? by Heather Mac Donald, p. 11
        13. Why Koreans Succeed by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 12-29
        14. The 'L' Word by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 30-38
        15. Let's Seize This Chance for School Reform by Sol Stern, pp. 39-45
        16. New York's Nightmare Legislature by Kenneth Silber, pp. 46-55
        17. California's Back-to-Reality Welfare Reformer by Carolyn Lochhead, pp. 56-61
        18. The Empire State Building Goes Up, 1930-31 by Lewis Hine, pp. 62-69
        19. A Horseplayer's Line on OTB by Daniel Seligman, pp. 70-75
        20. Where's the Power in the Empowerment Zone? by Mitchell L. Moss, pp. 76-81
        21. Dynamite, Manhattan, 1939 by David Gelernter, pp. 82-88
        22. Out-of-Step New York by David Brooks, pp. 89-94
        23. An Englishwoman in New York, 1831 by Frances Trollope, pp. 95-103
        24. The Hidden Rooms Behind Museum Displays by Roger Starr, pp. 104-109
        25. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 110-115
        26. Letters, pp. 116-118
        27. Contributors, p. 119
        28. New York Diarist by David Garrard Lowe, pp. 120-122
        29. Cover Photograph by Jake Rajs
      2. [+]
        Summer 1995 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by William J. Stern, p. 6
        3. The Market Sure Isn't Free by Richard Miniter, p. 6
        4. What About the Children? by Heather Mac Donald, p. 7
        5. A Constructive Change by John A. Barnes, p. 8
        6. Cui Bono? by Charlotte Allen, p. 8
        7. Don't Drop Your Guard Yet by Rita Kramer, p. 9
        8. A Losing Bet by Heather Mac Donald, p. 9
        9. Safe Zone by Tucker Carlson, p. 10
        10. A Passing Fancy by Maribeth Vander Weele, p. 10
        11. It Takes All Kinds by Heather Mac Donald, p. 11
        12. Bring Back the Urban Visionaries by David Gelernter, pp. 12-21
        13. A Whole Different Crop of Black Leaders by Tamar Jacoby, pp. 22-34
        14. It's Time to Take Habitat for Humanity Seriously by Howard Husock, pp. 35-43
        15. Yes, Drug Treatment Can Work by Sally Satel, pp. 44-54
        16. Detroit Fights Back by Julia Vitullo-Martin, pp. 55-67
        17. The Feds' Orwellian War on New York's Courts by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 68-77
        18. The Triumph of Rockefeller Center by David Garrard Lowe, pp. 78-99
        19. Who Lost Super Bowl III? by Geoffrey Colvin, pp. 100-107
        20. The Millionaire Capital of America by Maury Klein, pp. 108-117
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-125
        22. Letters, pp. 126-130
        23. Contributors, p. 131
        24. New York Diarist by David Brooks, pp. 132-134
        25. Cover Photograph by Jake Rajs
      3. [+]
        Winter 1995 Issue = 32 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Carolyn Lochhead, p. 6
        3. What Ending Welfare Would Do by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 6
        4. The Twilight of Rent Control? by Peter Salins, p. 6
        5. Here's What We Have to Reform by Sol Stern, p. 7
        6. The New Balkanization by Heather Mac Donald, p. 7
        7. Homeless Follies (Continued) by Ross Sandler and David Schoenbrod, p. 8
        8. Getting Economic Development Backward by William J. Stern, p. 9
        9. Flush with Enthusiasm by Stephanie Gutmann, p. 9
        10. Steady As She Goes by Peter Salins, p. 9
        11. Jurymandering by Richard Miniter, p. 10
        12. Programmed for Failure by Heather Mac Donald, p. 10
        13. Off the Rack by Michael S. Gruen, p. 11
        14. Cease-Fire in the Water War by Richard Miniter, p. 11
        15. New York, Capital of the Information Age by Peter Huber, pp. 12-22
        16. Welfare's Next Vietnam by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 23-38
        17. Empire State Perestroika by William J. Stern, pp. 39-45
        18. Who Really Runs the Schools? by Lydia Segal, pp. 46-55
        19. Welfare Reform and Character Development by James Q. Wilson, pp. 56-64
        20. Sweeping Up After the Rights Revolution by Richard E. Morgan, pp. 65-71
        21. A New York Portfolio by Berenice Abbott, pp. 72-77
        22. Treating Insanity Reasonably by Sally Satel, pp. 78-82
        23. Government by Subterfuge by Michael S. Gruen, pp. 83-89
        24. The Robber Barons' Bum Rap by Maury Klein, pp. 90-100
        25. Who Killed Broadway? by Brooke Allen, pp. 101-106
        26. Underground Art by Nathan Glazer, pp. 107-109
        27. Christmas Party by Johanna Kaplan, pp. 110-115
        28. Oh, To Be in Endland by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 116-121
        29. Letters, pp. 122-126
        30. Contributors, p. 127
        31. New York Diarist by Anne Hollander, pp. 128-130
        32. Cover Photograph by Nathaniel Lieberman
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 1 Issue, 26 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1996 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Matthew Robinson, p. 6
        3. RPA, RIP? by Dick Netzer, pp. 6-7
        4. Quota Faceoff by Heather Mac Donald, p. 8
        5. Off Course by Sol Stern, p. 8
        6. The Retail Boom by Erin Isikoff, p. 9
        7. Kangeroo Traffic Court by Max Boot, p. 9
        8. For Art's Sake by David Gelernter, p. 10
        9. There They Go Again by William J. Stern, p. 10
        10. When Learning Comes Last by Lydia Segal, p. 11
        11. An Unappealing Court by James Taranto, p. 11
        12. UnFairway by Andrew J. Cowin, p. 12
        13. Albany's New Deck Chairs by Sol Stern, p. 13
        14. My Black Crime Problem, and Ours by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 14-28
        15. BIDs Really Work by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 29-42
        16. Decencies for Skeptics by Roger Scruton, pp. 43-49
        17. J. Crew U. by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 50-57
        18. The Wasted Waterfront by Kenneth Silber, pp. 58-69
        19. Why Economists Still Like Cities by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 70-77
        20. Cathedrals of Commerce by Rita Kramer, pp. 78-105
        21. A New Order for Office Buildings by David Watkin, pp. 106-119
        22. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-127
        23. Letters, pp. 128-130
        24. Contributors, p. 131
        25. New York Diarist by Erin Isikoff, pp. 132-134
        26. Cover Photo of the Chrysler Building by Jake Rajs
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 77 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1997 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Robert Ward, p. 6
        3. Grading the Schools by Sol Stern, p. 6
        4. The Goo Goos Don't Get It! by William J. Stern, p. 7
        5. Charter Laws That Work by Diane Ravitch, p. 8
        6. President Rudy? by David Brooks, p. 9
        7. Defining Deviancy Away by Richard E. Morgan, p. 10
        8. Dumped Again by Sally Satel, p. 10
        9. (Social) Workers Unite! by Allan T. Demaree, p. 11
        10. The Immigrant Burden? by Stephen Moore, p. 12
        11. Boomtown by Joel Kotkin, p. 12
        12. Give 'Em the Ax by William J. Stern, p. 13
        13. Don't Legalize Drugs by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 14-22
        14. Behind the Hundred Neediest Cases by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 23-33
        15. How Teachers' Unions Handcuff Schools by Sol Stern, pp. 34-47
        16. Albany's Travesty of Democracy by Eric Lane, pp. 48-57
        17. Justice Freedman v. New York by Peter Hellman, pp. 58-65
        18. Brooklyn Gang by Bruce Davidson, pp. 66-71
        19. Community, Yes. But Whose? by Amitai Etzioni and Roger Scruton, pp. 72-83
        20. How Dagger John Saved New York's Irish by William J. Stern, pp. 84-105
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 106-113
        22. Letters, pp. 114-118
        23. Contributors, p. 119
        24. Greenwich Village Diarist by Gary Rosen, pp. 120-122
        25. Cover Photograph by David O'Connor
      2. [+]
        Summer 1997 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by William J. Stern, p. 6
        3. Sins of the Sons by Peter Reinharz, p. 7
        4. Day-Care Hype by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 7
        5. When Bail Fails by Dennis C. Vacco, p. 8
        6. Sorry, Charlie by William J. Stern, p. 9
        7. Work Fair? by Heather Mac Donald, p. 10
        8. Special Ed and the Feds by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 11
        9. Substandard by Heather Mac Donald, p. 11
        10. Telecosm NYC by Peter Huber, p. 12
        11. Christo's Dirty Laundry by E.V. Kontorovich, p. 13
        12. Bombay on the Hudson by Jonathan Foreman, pp. 14-27
        13. How Philadelphia Salvages Teen Criminals by John J. DiIulio, Jr. and Beth Z. Palubinsky, pp. 28-40
        14. Gotham's Workforce Woes by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 41-49
        15. Fatal Preservation by Dennis Saffran, pp. 50-56
        16. Raising Children for an Uncivil Society by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 57-66
        17. Let's Stop Being Nutty About the Mentally Ill by E. Fuller Torrey, pp. 67-73
        18. Who Says the Homeless Should Work? by Sol Stern, pp. 74-81
        19. Brooklyn Navy Yard by Bruce Davidson, pp. 82-87
        20. Isaac Singer's Promised City by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 88-96
        21. New-Class Nuptials by David Brooks, pp. 97-103
        22. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 104-111
        23. Letters, pp. 112-118
        24. Contributors, p. 119
        25. Subway Diarist by Julia Vitullo-Martin, pp. 120-122
        26. Cover Photograph by Ernst Haas
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1997 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Wendy Shalit, p. 6
        3. Gee, Parents Count by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 7
        4. Lawyers We Like by Matthew Robinson, p. 8
        5. Nonsense in Any Language by Ron K. Unz, p. 8
        6. Open the Bidding by E.V. Kontorovich, p. 9
        7. Set Charity Free by Spencer Abraham and Dan Coats, p. 10
        8. Forbidden Truths About AIDS by Shepard Smith, p. 10
        9. Mistaken Identity by Heather Mac Donald, p. 11
        10. Ill Disposed by Wendy Shalit, p. 12
        11. Our Plans for Vans by James Taranto, p. 13
        12. My Public School Lesson by Sol Stern, pp. 14-29
        13. Making Justice Swifter by James Q. Wilson, pp. 30-35
        14. Homeless Advocates in Outer Space by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 36-42
        15. New York's Million Missing Jobs by Steven G. Craig and D. Andrew Austin, pp. 43-51
        16. Fixing the Civil Service Mess by Walter Olson, pp. 52-58
        17. How the G.O.P. Can Make D.C. OK by Tucker Carlson, pp. 59-67
        18. A Port Authority Portfolio by Larry Towell, pp. 68-75
        19. The UBT's Last Gasp? by Dan Seligman, pp. 76-83
        20. Now They're Deconstructing the Columbia Campus by David Garrard Lowe, pp. 84-97
        21. The Ghost of Monsieur Stokes by Francis Morrone, pp. 98-111
        22. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 112-117
        23. Letters, pp. 118-122
        24. Contributors, p. 123
        25. Tompkins Square Diarist by Jonathan Foreman, pp. 124-126
        26. Cover Photograph by A.L. Sinibaldi
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 4 Issues, 96 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1998 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Tamar Jacoby, p. 6
        3. Smelling a Plot by Wendy Shalit, p. 6
        4. Silver Cries Anti-Semitism by E.V. Kontorovich, p. 7
        5. Bad Vibrations at New Paltz by Roger Kimball, p. 7
        6. Juvenile Justice---Texas Style by Peter Reinharz, p. 8
        7. The New Cosmo Girl by Wendy Shalit, p. 9
        8. Green for Greening by Jonathan Foreman, p. 9
        9. "The System Is Crazier Than He Is" by E. Fuller Torrey, p. 10
        10. Time Heals All Wounds by Stefan Kanfer, p. 10
        11. How to Stop Drunk Driving by Harris Silver, p. 11
        12. No Bang for the Buck by Brian C. Anderson, p. 12
        13. Diplomatic Deadbeats by Suzanne K. Colt, p. 12
        14. Lost in the Past by Flagg Taylor, p. 13
        15. Why Johnny's Teacher Can't Teach by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-26
        16. Why New York Can't Build Schools by E.V. Kontorovich, pp. 27-35
        17. The Rebirth of American History? by Sol Stern, pp. 36-45
        18. Sex Ed's Dead End by Wendy Shalit, pp. 46-57
        19. Kamikaze Budgeting by William J. Stern, pp. 58-63
        20. Gotham's Hidden Infrastructure Boom by Peter Huber, pp. 64-69
        21. A Lower East Side That Is Vanishing by Bruce Davidson, pp. 70-73
        22. Architect for the Metropolis by Jane Ridley, pp. 74-89
        23. The Newest American Credo by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 90-93
        24. Texas Guinan by Leo Trachtenberg, pp. 94-105
        25. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 106-112
        26. Letters, pp. 113-118
        27. Contributors, p. 119
        28. Belfast Diarist by Jonathan Foreman, pp. 120-122
        29. Cover painting by Childe Hassam
      2. [+]
        Summer 1998 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Peter Reinharz, p. 6
        3. UFT Dress Code by Sol Stern, p. 6
        4. A Sweetheart Deal by Myron Magnet, p. 6
        5. Potty Police by E.V. Kontorovich, p. 7
        6. Ex-Con Caregivers by Carol W. LaGrasse, p. 8
        7. The Stadium Game by Jonathan Foreman, p. 9
        8. Cut the Ribbon and Run by Ned Regan, p. 9
        9. Unjamming Traffic by Erin Schiller, p. 10
        10. What Gives? by Jason Bertsch, p. 11
        11. A Taste for Danger by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 12-29
        12. How Judges Are Making Public Schools Worse by William A. Fischel, pp. 30-42
        13. Reflections on the Changing Times by Hilton Kramer, pp. 43-55
        14. An F for Hip-Hop 101 by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 56-65
        15. The Politics of Virtue by Tucker Carlson, pp. 66-72
        16. A School Reform Whose Time Has Come by Sol Stern and Bruno V. Manno, pp. 73-80
        17. Do Drug Courts Really Work? by Sally Satel, pp. 81-87
        18. Pulling the Plug by Harry Stein, pp. 88-93
        19. An Eloquent Sermon in Stone by David Watkin, pp. 94-107
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 108-113
        21. Letters, pp. 114-118
        22. Contributors, p. 119
        23. Commencement Diarist by John Lee, pp. 120-122
        24. Cover painting by Colin Campbell Cooper
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1998 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 6-7
        3. Civility for All by Myron Magnet, p. 8
        4. Nobel Lie by Wendy Shalit, p. 9
        5. Defining Bigotry Down by Tamar Jacoby, p. 10
        6. Squeezing Lemons by Sol Stern, p. 10
        7. Quality-of-Life Law by Roger Conner, p. 11
        8. Youth Culture's Lament by Roger Scruton, pp. 12-25
        9. Tweens by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 26-39
        10. Public Health Quackery by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 40-53
        11. Willie Brown Shows How Not to Run a City by Brian C. Anderson and Matt Robinson, pp. 54-64
        12. Yes, Vouchers Are Constitutional by Richard E. Morgan, pp. 65-75
        13. No to Sports Stadium Madness by Sol Stern, pp. 76-86
        14. Portfolio, pp. 87-93
        15. Once We Knew How to Rescue Poor Kids by William J. Stern, pp. 94-103
        16. Who in the World Was Fred F. French? by James Morrison, pp. 104-109
        17. Oh to be in England, pp. 110-115
        18. Letters, pp. 116-118
        19. Contributors, p. 119
        20. Chelsea Diarist by E.V. Kontorovich, pp. 120-122
        21. Cover painting by Edward Redfield
      4. [+]
        Winter 1998 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Stephen Goldsmith, p. 6
        3. Counting by Race by Amitai Etzioni, p. 6
        4. Slouching Towards Cloning by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 7
        5. A Winning Gambit by Matt Robinson, p. 8
        6. Pro Bono? by E.V. Kontorovich, p. 9
        7. I Take Me by Wendy Shalit, p. 10
        8. Candy from Babies by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 11-13
        9. Restoring The Opportunity City by William J. Stern, pp. 14-25
        10. School Choice by Sol Stern, pp. 26-34
        11. The Real Welfare Problem is Illegitimacy by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 35-47
        12. The Crime War's Next Battles by Peter Reinharz, pp. 48-55
        13. Toward a More Civil City by Jonathan Foreman, pp. 56-64
        14. CUNY Could Be Great Again by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 65-70
        15. Let's Break up the Big Cities by Howard Husock, pp. 71-87
        16. Philanthropy That Worked by Leo Trachtenberg, pp. 88-103
        17. Trash, Violence, and Versace by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 104-111
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 112-117
        19. Letters, pp. 118-122
        20. Contributors, p. 123
        21. Bronx Diarist by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 124-126
        22. Cover Photograph by Fergus O'Brien
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1999 = 4 Issues, 102 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1999 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Myron Magnet, p. 6
        3. Workfare Works by Robert Rector, pp. 6-7
        4. A for Activism by Heather Mac Donald, p. 8
        5. Whitman Wimps Out by Brian C. Anderson, p. 8
        6. Free the Druggies? by Peter Reinharz, p. 9
        7. Appalled by Sprawl? by Howard Husock, p. 10
        8. Race and Truth by Tamar Jacoby, p. 11
        9. Crew Mutinies by Sol Stern, p. 12
        10. Campus Glasnost by Roger Kimball, p. 12
        11. Cracking the Code by Norah Vincent, p. 13
        12. What We've Learned About Policing by William J. Bratton and William Andrews, pp. 14-27
        13. Why the Jails Didn't Explode by Paul E. O'Connell and Frank Straub, pp. 28-37
        14. How the Agency Saved My Father by Howard Husock, pp. 38-59
        15. Scared of Pit Bulls? You'd Better Be! by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 60-67
        16. How Gotham's Elite High Schools Escaped the Leveller's Ax by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 68-79
        17. Free to Strip? by Richard E. Morgan, pp. 80-87
        18. What Ever Happened to Reason? by Roger Scruton, pp. 88-97
        19. Another Chance for Columbus Circle by Henry Hope Reed, pp. 98-105
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 106-111
        21. Letters, pp. 112-118
        22. Contributors, p. 119
        23. Alphabet City Diarist by Norah Vincent, pp. 120-122
        24. Cover painting by Childe Hassam
      2. [+]
        Summer 1999 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Sol Stern, p. 6
        3. It's Their Money by Stefan Kanfer, p. 6
        4. Spendthrift States by Brian C. Anderson, p. 7
        5. The Oops Effect by William J. Stern, p. 8
        6. Greening City Hall Park by Pia Nordlinger, p. 8
        7. Mugged by Reality by Brian C. Anderson, p. 9
        8. Murder Online by Dennis Saffran, p. 10
        9. Throw Away the Key by Peter Reinharz, p. 10
        10. Quality-of-Life Index by Dave M. O'Neill, p. 11
        11. Diallo Truth, Diallo Falsehood by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 12-28
        12. How New York Is Winning the Drug War by Patrick J. Harnett and William Andrews, pp. 29-37
        13. How We Mate by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, pp. 38-49
        14. Rockaway Riviera? CopacaConey? by Peter Reinharz, pp. 50-63
        15. How Businessmen Shouldn't Help the Schools by Sol Stern, pp. 64-73
        16. Civil Society Blooms in New Haven by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 74-81
        17. We've Tried Mandatory Treatment---and It Works by E. Fuller Torrey and Mary T. Zdanowicz, pp. 82-85
        18. Sleeping Cities by Roger Scruton, pp. 86-95
        19. Statues and Civic Memory by Francis Morrone, pp. 96-107
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 108-114
        21. Letters, pp. 115-118
        22. Contributors, p. 119
        23. NYPD Diarist by Patrick J. Harnett, pp. 120-123
        24. Cover painting by William Merritt Chase
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1999 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, p. 6
        3. The Dung Hits the Fan by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 6-7
        4. Stop 'em Cold by Peter Reinharz, p. 8
        5. Welfare Reform Rollback by Heather Mac Donald, p. 8
        6. Good Cops by Brian C. Anderson, p. 9
        7. A Model Park by Howard Husock, p. 10
        8. Hot Air by Paul Georgia, p. 10
        9. The Vanishing School Day by Sol Stern, p. 11
        10. Barbarians on the March by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 11
        11. Paranoid High by Wendy Shalit, p. 12
        12. Deconstructing the West Side by Franz K. Winkler, p. 12
        13. Fred Rose by Myron Magnet, p. 13
        14. Why Did Ed Rendell Fizzle out? by Fred Siegel and Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 14-27
        15. Jerry Brown's No-Nonsense New Age for Oakland by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 28-41
        16. The Unexpected Lessons of Times Square's Comeback by William J. Stern, pp. 42-53
        17. Reinventing Mental Health care by E. Fuller Torrey, pp. 54-63
        18. Down-and-out Upstate by Jerry Zremski, pp. 64-71
        19. New York's Unsung Taxi Triumph by Howard Husock, pp. 72-79
        20. Modern Manhood by Roger Scruton, pp. 80-88
        21. Sex, Sadness, and the City by Wendy Shalit, pp. 89-95
        22. Why the Founding is Back in Fashion by Jean M. Yarbrough and Richard E. Morgan, pp. 96-105
        23. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 106-112
        24. Letters, pp. 113-118
        25. Contributors, p. 119
        26. Columbine Diarist by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 120-122
        27. Cover painting by Paul Cornoyer
      4. [+]
        Winter 1999 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Theodore Dalyrmple, p. 6
        3. Sixtiesville by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 6
        4. Merit Pay for Cops by Peter Reinharz, p. 7
        5. Recivilizing SUNY by Carol Iannone, p. 8
        6. Labor Pains by Christopher Atamian, p. 8
        7. It's Culture, After All by Tamar Jacoby, p. 9
        8. New Yorker Hate Bilingual Ed by Ron K. Unz, p. 10
        9. Common Census on Crime by Peter Reinharz, p. 10
        10. A Successful Experiment by E. Fuller Torrey, p. 11
        11. How Not to Fix Schools by Christopher Atamian, p. 12
        12. Extra! CEOs Earn More Than Us by Wendy Shalit, p. 12
        13. In-Your-Face Ads by Norah Vincent, p. 13
        14. The Schools That Vouchers Built by Sol Stern, pp. 14-25
        15. Progressive Ed's War on Boys by Janet Daley, pp. 26-32
        16. Our School Problem and Its Solutions by Diane Ravitch, pp. 33-41
        17. Foster Care's Underworld by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 42-53
        18. How 211 Nobodies Strange New York by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 54-67
        19. New York's Protect-a-Thug Decree by Peter Reinharz, pp. 68-74
        20. Portfolio, pp. 75-81
        21. Kitsch and the Modern Predicament by Roger Scruton, pp. 82-95
        22. And on the Right, Charles Dickens! by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 96-103
        23. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 104-109
        24. Letters, pp. 110-114
        25. Contributors, p. 115
        26. Morningside Heights Diarist by John Leo, pp. 116-118
        27. Cover painting by Everett Longley Warner
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 2000s = 10 Years, 30 Issues, 689 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 3 Issues, 77 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2000 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, p. 6
        3. Taxopolis by Steven G. Craig, p. 7
        4. The Wrong Prescription for Upstate by William J. Stern, p. 7
        5. The Right Way to Pick a Chancellor by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 8
        6. Merit Pay for CUNY's Profs by Heather Mac Donald, p. 9
        7. Benetton's Evil Ads I: Righteous Consumerism by Theodore Dalyrmple, p. 10
        8. Benetton's Evil Ads II: Sears Strikes Back by Joe Diamond and Dennis Saffran, p. 10
        9. The Post Office Stamps Out the 1980s by Stefan Kanfer, p. 11
        10. Why Brits Love Iron Mike by Theodore Dalyrmple, p. 12
        11. Cities Can Fight Sleaze by Dennis Saffran and David Castro, pp. 12-13
        12. What Good Is Pro Bono? by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-25
        13. The Vanishing Teacher and Other UFT Fictions by Sol Stern, pp. 26-33
        14. Who Killed School Discipline? by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 34-43
        15. Bring Back Sportsmanshhip by Brian C. Anderson and Peter Reinharz, pp. 44-51
        16. How Charlotte Is Revolutionizing Public Housing by Howard Husock, pp. 52-59
        17. Governor Pataki's Failure by Thomas W. Carroll, pp. 60-67
        18. Portfolio, pp. 68-79
        19. Good Literature Lives! by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 80-85
        20. After Modernism by Roger Scruton, pp. 86-95
        21. How to Read a Society by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 96-103
        22. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 104-109
        23. Letters, pp. 110-114
        24. Contributors, p. 115
        25. West Side Diarist by Myron Magnet, pp. 116-118
        26. Cover painting by Julian Barrow
      2. [+]
        Summer 2000 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by William J. Stern, p. 6
        3. Doing Better Than We Thought by Kay Hymowitz, p. 7
        4. Affirmative Reaction? by Roger Kimball, p. 8
        5. Multiculti Museums---Or Else by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 8
        6. The New Blacklist by Stefan Kanfer, p. 9
        7. Sanity on Mental Illness by E. Fuller Torrey, p. 10
        8. Snuffing Out Illegal Fireworks by Edward John Craig, p. 11
        9. Who's the Deviant? by Brian C. Anderson, p. 12
        10. The NEA's Racket? by Jay P. Greene, p. 13
        11. A Coda by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 13
        12. America's Best Urban Police Force by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-31
        13. The Children's Defense Fund by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 32-41
        14. The Triumph of Silicon Alley by Steven Malanga, pp. 42-51
        15. The Coming Digital Polis by Stephen Goldsmith, pp. 52-61
        16. An A for Home Schooling by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 62-73
        17. The Texas School Miracle Is for Real by Jay P. Greene, pp. 74-81
        18. Portfolio, pp. 82-89
        19. All Sex, All the Time by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 90-99
        20. Animal Rights by Roger Scruton, pp. 100-107
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 108-113
        22. Letters, pp. 114-118
        23. Contributors, p. 119
        24. Tin Pan Alley Diarist by Herbert London, pp. 120-122
        25. Cover painting by Doug Safranek
      3. [+]
        Autumn 2000 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 6
        3. The Frozen Neighborhood by Howard Husock, p. 6
        4. Taylor-Made Taxpayer Abuse by John A. Barnes, pp. 7-8
        5. Why Penn Station Should Stay Put by Peter Reinharz, p. 9
        6. Falling Dominoes by Sol Stern, p. 9
        7. Lingua Franca by Ron Unz, p. 10
        8. Defending the Indefensible by Stefan Kanfer, p. 11
        9. Some Alternative by Candace DeRussy, p. 12
        10. Elementary Con Job by Stefan Kanfer, p. 13
        11. A New Lincoln Center by Myron Magnet, pp. 14-18
        12.  ---  by Quinlan Terry, pp. 19-22
        13.  ---  by Robert Adam, pp. 23-25
        14.  ---  by Michael M. Franck, Arthur C. Lohsen, and James C. McCrery II, ..., pp. 26-35
        15. What Is Public Education by Lisa Graham Keegan, pp. 36-45
        16. How to Train Cops by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 46-61
        17. Why Gotham's Developers Don't Develop by William J. Stern, pp. 62-67
        18. Bring Back Stigma by Roger Scruton, pp. 68-75
        19. Why Marriage Is Good for You by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 76-83
        20. Let's End Housing Vouchers by Howard Husock, pp. 84-91
        21. Horatio Alger by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 92-99
        22. Feminists and Their Enemies by Harry Stein, pp. 100-110
        23. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 111-116
        24. Letters, pp. 117-118
        25. Contributors, p. 119
        26. EU Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-122
    2. [+]
      Issues of 2001 = 4 Issues, 97 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2001 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. More Columbines? by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 6-7
        4. Marriott Morality by Peter Reinharz, p. 8
        5. Skyscraping Realty Taxes by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        6. Dems to Poor Kids: Get Lost by Sol Stern, p. 9
        7. Liberating the Airports by Steven Malanga, p. 9
        8. Flat-Earth Textbooks by Brian C. Anderson, p. 10
        9. Affirmative Looting by Roger Kimball, p. 11
        10. W.'s Gift to New York by E.J. McMahon, p. 11
        11. Dumber Cops by John A. Barnes, p. 12
        12. Prizing Ugliness by Roger Scruton, p. 12
        13. A Modest Proposal by Stefan Kanfer, p. 13
        14. The Myth of Racial Profiling by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-27
        15. Why Blacks Should Give Bush a Chance by John H. McWhorter, pp. 28-41
        16. Illiberal Liberalism by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 42-53
        17. New York's Republican Crack-Up by Steven Malanga, pp. 54-61
        18. Survivor by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 62-71
        19. Building the Opportunity City by Steven Malanga, pp. 72-81
        20. A Lost Art by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 82-91
        21. Becoming a Family by Roger Scruton, pp. 92-101
        22. A Little Touch of Mozart in New York by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 102-111
        23. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 112-116
        24. Letters, pp. 117-118
        25. Contributors, p. 119
        26. NYPD Diarist by Bernard B. Kerik, pp. 120-122
      2. [+]
        Summer 2001 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Stefan Kanfer, p. 6
        3. Blacks vs. Latinos by William J. Stern, p. 7
        4. Primal Fear by Steven Malanga, p. 7
        5. Harold Levy's Fuzzy Math by Sol Stern, p. 8
        6. A Chamber of Commerce by Steven Malanga, pp. 8-9
        7. Power Vacuum by Edward John Craig, p. 10
        8. Is the Family Coming Back? by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 11
        9. Still Revolting by Roger Kimball, p. 12
        10. Puffing Puff Daddy by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 12
        11. RoboCops by Henry Olsen, p. 13
        12. Toward a Usuable Black History by John H. McWhorter, pp. 14-27
        13. What Really Happened in Cincinnati by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 28-43
        14. How Political Malpractice Crippled New York's Health Care by Steven Malanga, pp. 44-57
        15. Fear and Loathing at the Day-Care Center by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 58-67
        16. Don't Let CDCs Fool You by Howard Husock, pp. 68-75
        17. Why Merit Pay Will Improve Teaching by Steven Malanga, pp. 76-82
        18. How---and How Not---to Love Mankind by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 83-89
        19. Why a Classical Lincoln Center Is Visionary by David Watkin, pp. 90-101
        20. The Last Big One by Charles Page, pp. 102-109
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 110-115
        22. Letters, pp. 116-118
        23. Contributors, p. 119
        24. Gumshoe Diarist by Steven Malanga, pp. 120-122
      3. [+]
        Autumn 2001 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. Who's to Blame? by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 7
        4. Charity for Whom? by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 7
        5. Roger Starr, 1918-2001 by Myron Magnet, p. 8
        6. Adios, San Fernando Valley by Howard Husock, p. 8
        7. Free Speech for Me, but Not for Thee by Roger Kimball, p. 9
        8. How to Rebuild New York by Steven Malanga, pp. 10-21
        9. The Twin Towers Project by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 22-29
        10. What Should Rise from the Ashes by Franck Lohsen McCrery and Alexander Stoddart, pp. 30-39
        11. Fighting Militant Islam, Without Bias by Daniel Pipes, pp. 40-46
        12. Our Islamic Fifth Column by Farrukh Dhondy, pp. 47-57
        13. Keeping New York Safe from Terrorists by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 58-68
        14. It's Time to Plug Our Leaky Borders by Mark Krikorian, pp. 69-73
        15. What We have to Lose by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 74-83
        16. What Made Them Do Their Duty by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 84-89
        17. Earth to Ivory Tower by Kay S. Hymowitz and Harry Stein, pp. 90-101
        18. Dangerous Egalitarian Dreams by John Kekes, pp. 102-107
        19. The Consolations of History by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 108-110
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 111-117
        21. Letters, p. 118
        22. Contributors, p. 119
        23. Stuyvesant Diarist by Sol Stern, pp. 120-122
      4. [+]
        Winter 2001 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. Safe Drivers by Charles Upton Sahm, p. 7
        4. Tort City by Steven Malanga, p. 7
        5. The Bishops Err on Crime by Brian C. Anderson, p. 8
        6. A Fair Day's Work? by Sol Stern, p. 9
        7. It's Just Sex by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 10
        8. Silicon Alley: Still Flourishing by Steven Malanga, p. 11
        9. Philadelphia's Blackboard Jungle by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 11
        10. C*** Crazy by Roger Kimball, p. 12
        11. Don't Junk Homework by Steven Malanga, p. 13
        12. Solving President Bush's Urban Problem by Myron Magnet, pp. 14-23
        13. What's Holding Blacks Back? by John H. McWhorter, pp. 24-31
        14. Ecstatic Capitalism's Brave New Work Ethic by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 32-43
        15. Hot to Run the Mob Out of Gotham by Steven Malanga, pp. 44-55
        16. What Is Acceptable Risk? by Roger Scruton, pp. 56-63
        17. Can Mayor O'Malley Save Ailing Baltimore? by Fred Siegel and Van Smith, pp. 64-75
        18. The Met's Triumphant Democratic Elitism by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 76-91
        19. America the Beautiful by Norman Podhoretz, pp. 92-98
        20. New York's Tabloid Treasure by Harry Stein, pp. 99-106
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 107-111
        22. Letters, pp. 112-114
        23. Contributors, p. 115
        24. New York Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 116-118
    3. [+]
      Issues of 2002 = 3 Issues, 72 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2002 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, p. 6
        3. Gotham Bounces Back by Steven Malanga, p. 7
        4. Develop the Far West Side, Now by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        5. How to Trivialize the Holocaust by Stefan Kanfer, p. 9
        6. The Awful Truth by Roger Kimball, p. 10
        7. The Education Mayor? by Sol Stern, p. 11
        8. Do We Want Mexifornia? by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 12-23
        9. the Prep-School PC Plague by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 24-35
        10. Minority Business Triumphs in Gotham by Steven Malanga, pp. 36-45
        11. The Monument They Deserve by Myron Magnet, pp. 46-57
        12. How to Fix Gotham's Taxi Mess by Steven Malanga, pp. 58-62
        13. The Racial Profiling Myth Debunked by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 63-65
        14. The Mau-Mauing at Harvard by John H. McWhorter, pp. 66-73
        15. The Forgotten Founding Father by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 74-83
        16. The Americanization of Irving Berlin by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 84-95
        17. How to Build Skyscrapers by Robert Adam, pp. 96-109
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 110-114
        19. Letters, pp. 115-118
        20. Contributors, p. 119
        21. Singapore Diarist by Howard Husock, pp. 120-122
      2. [+]
        Summer 2002 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, pp. 6-7
        3. Punish Welfare Scofflaws by Heather Mac Donald, p. 8
        4. Lead Paint Malarkey by Steven Malanga, pp. 8-9
        5. Theoretical Criminals by Theodore Dalyrmple, p. 10
        6. Expurgated Exams by Stefan Kanfer, p. 10
        7. Fail Me, I Sue by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 11
        8. Turning Kids Against Parents by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 12
        9. Nonprofitable by Steven Malanga, p. 13
        10. The Black Cops You Never Hear About by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-24
        11. Why Blacks Don't Need Leaders by John H. McWhorter, pp. 25-31
        12. The Civic Education America Needs by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 32-43
        13. How the Mayor Should Fix the Schools by Anthony P. Coles, pp. 44-51
        14. The End of Herstory by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 52-63
        15. Why the Battle for the Court Will Be Nasty by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 64-76
        16. What Aerosols! by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 77-79
        17. Gotham's Unrepresentative Representatives by Steven Malanga, pp. 80-87
        18. City Journal's Quality-of-Life Index by E.J. McMahon, pp. 88-91
        19. Why Havana Had to Die by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 92-99
        20. America's Dumbest Intellectual by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 100-103
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 104-113
        22. Letters, pp. 114-118
        23. Contributors, p. 119
        24. London Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-122
      3. [+]
        Winter 2002 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by George L. Kelling and William H. Sousa, p. 6
        3. Fox Has Morals? by Stefan Kanfer, p. 7
        4. Keep On Doin' It by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 7
        5. Pataki Blows It Again by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        6. Racism Forever by John H. McWhorter, p. 9
        7. The Council Flunks Econ 101 by William J. Stern, p. 9
        8. Why We Need Military Tribunals by Peter Reinharz, p. 10
        9. The New York Democrats' Real Problem by William J. Stern, p. 10
        10. 'Ang 'em by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 11
        11. Uncle Sam Needs Hackers by Edward John Craig, p. 11
        12. Greedy Hospitals by Steven Malanga, p. 12
        13. Why the Scouts Ban Homosexuals by Stefan Kanfer, p. 13
        14. Why the Muslims Misjudged us by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 14-23
        15. How Technology Will Defeat Terrorism by Peter Huber and Mark P. Mills, pp. 24-33
        16. Don't Mess with Welfare Reform's Success by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 34-45
        17. Why We Don't Marry by James Q. Wilson, pp. 46-55
        18. Gotham Needs a GOP by Steven Malanga, pp. 56-65
        19. Let's Ban Car Alarms by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 66-70
        20. The Campus Diversity Fraud by John H. McWhorter, pp. 71-81
        21. GED Aren't Worth the Paper They're Printed On by Jay P. Greene, pp. 82-87
        22. Where Dr. King Went Wrong by Joel Schwartz, pp. 88-94
        23. Portfolio, pp. 95-101
        24. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 102-113
        25. Letters, pp. 114-118
        26. Contributors, p. 119
        27. Marin County Diarist by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 120-122
    4. [+]
      Issues of 2003 = 1 Issue, 21 Articles
      1. [+]
        Autumn 2003 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, p. 6
        3. Sanity on the Homeless by Heather Mac Donald, p. 7
        4. "Scholarship" as Advocacy by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        5. See-No-Evil Journalists by Stefan Kanfer, p. 9
        6. I'm Outta Here by Steven Malanga, p. 10
        7. Medicaid Madness by Steven Malanga, p. 11
        8. Sleeping on Grates? by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 12
        9. The NYPD's Blackout Success by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 12-13
        10. We're Not Losing the Culture Wars Anymore by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 14-29
        11. Chief Bratton Takes on L.A. by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 30-45
        12. Who Runs New York? by Steven Malanga, pp. 46-54
        13. Tragedy Looms for Gotham's School Reform by Sol Stern, pp. 55-67
        14. Why History Has No End by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 68-77
        15. Leaving the Mentally Ill Out in the Cold by E. Fuller Torrey, pp. 78-83
        16. Scoring on Sex and the City by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 84-93
        17. Richard Rodgers by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 94-110
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 111-116
        19. Letters, pp. 117-118
        20. Contributors, p. 119
        21. Westchester Diarist by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 120-122
    5. [+]
      Issues of 2004 = 2 Issues, 46 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 2004 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Myron Magnet, pp. 6-7
        3. Just the Highlights by Stefan Kanfer, p. 8
        4. Budget Spin by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        5. Yuck! by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 9-10
        6. Consultant Humbug by Steven Malanga, p. 11
        7. Christo-mania by Stefan Kanfer, p. 12
        8. Clinton Psychobabble by Theodore Dalyrmple, p. 13
        9. The Tort Plague Hits Wal-Mart by Steven Malanga, pp. 14-15
        10. Gay Marriage vs. American Marriage by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 16-25
        11. Redefining Marriage Away by Robert P. George and David L. Tubbs, pp. 26-29
        12. The Immigrant Gang Plague by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 30-43
        13. Why Queens Matters by Steven Malanga, pp. 44-59
        14. Yes, the Education President by Sol Stern, pp. 60-70
        15. In Defense of Memorization by Michael Knox Beran, pp. 71-80
        16. The Housing Reform That Backfired by Howard Husock, pp. 81-87
        17. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back by E.J. McMahon, pp. 88-91
        18. Hamilton, Our Founder by Richard Brookhiser, pp. 92-97
        19. The Czarinas of Beauty by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 98-104
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 105-110
        21. Letters, pp. 111-114
        22. Contributors, p. 115
        23. Tuscan Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 116-118
      2. [+]
        Autumn 2004 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven E. Moore, p. 6
        3. Give Us the Money! by Steven Malanga, p. 7
        4. We Don't Need Car Alarms by Brian C. Anderson, p. 8
        5. I Wed Thee, and Thee, and Thee by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 9
        6. Rather Not by Stefan Kanfer, p. 10
        7. Spinning the Economy Down by Brian C. Anderson, p. 10
        8. Torn Jeans by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 11
        9. What's the Matter with Thomas Franks? by Steven Malanga, p. 12
        10. Inclusive Failure by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 13
        11. Homeland Security? Not Yet by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-25
        12. The Myth of the Working Poor by Steven Malanga, pp. 26-37
        13. Dads in the 'Hood by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 38-47
        14. Why We Need a Marriage Amendment by Robert P. George and David L. Tubbs, pp. 48-51
        15. Can Terrorists Turn Out Gotham's Lights? by Peter Huber and Mark P. Mills, pp. 52-63
        16. Reimaging the Far West Side by Robert Adam, Franck Lohsen McCrery, and Peter Pennoyer, ..., pp. 64-77
        17. The Classics in the Slums by Jonathan Rose, pp. 78-87
        18. How to Steal and Election by John Fund, pp. 88-94
        19. Sondheim vs. Sondheim by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 95-112
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 113-119
        21. Letters, pp. 120-122
        22. Contributors, p. 123
        23. Stafford Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 124-126
    6. [+]
      Issues of 2005 = 4 Issues, 83 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2005 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Myron Magnet, p. 6
        3. Florida Daze by Steven Malanga, pp. 7-8
        4. In with the New by Brian C. Anderson, p. 9
        5. The Charter School Revolution by Ryan Sager, pp. 10-11
        6. The Columbian Cartel by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 12-13
        7. What's Holding Black Kids Back? by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 14-23
        8. Heralds of a Brighter Black Future by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 24-35
        9. Compassionate Conservative or Cowboy Capitalist? by Myron Magnet, pp. 36-39
        10. Can We Make Boys and Girls Alike? by Stanley Kurtz, pp. 40-47
        11. America's Worst Urban Program by Steven Malanga, pp. 48-57
        12. How to Save the Subways---Before It's Too Late by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 58-73
        13. How Not to Develop the Far West Side by Steven Malanga, pp. 74-79
        14. Should Felons Voet? by Edward Feser, pp. 80-83
        15. Vaudeville's Brief Shining Moment by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 84-101
        16. Why Jon Stewart Is All the Rage by Harry Stein, pp. 102-107
        17. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 108-114
        18. Letters, pp. 115-118
        19. Contributors, p. 119
        20. Calcutta Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-121
      2. [+]
        Summer 2005 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Stefan Kanfer, p. 6
        3. Bill Cosby Is Right by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 7
        4. Colbert vs. Smith? by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 8
        5. Cheating Great Teachers by Nicole Gelinas, p. 9
        6. Take Me Out to the Ballpark by Steven Malanga, pp. 10-11
        7. The Black Family: 40 Years of Lies by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 12-23
        8. A Feasible Fix for Social Security by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 24-28
        9. Don't Fund College Follies by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 29-41
        10. Harvard's Diversity Grovel by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 42-49
        11. Gotham Stalls Out by Steven Malanga, pp. 50-57
        12. Zero at Ground Zero by Steven Malanga, pp. 58-63
        13. Rating Mayor Mike by E.J. McMahon, pp. 64-67
        14. Education Policy in Wonderland by Charles Sahm, pp. 68-71
        15. [+]
          The Sin of Sin City by Andrew Klavan, pp. 72-78 - 1 Review
          1. Sin City (2005 Film) by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez
        16. Ibsen and His Discontents by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 79-87
        17. America's Most Successful Communist by Howard Husock, pp. 88-99
        18. Laughing at the Left by Harry Stein, pp. 100-107
        19. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 108-116
        20. Letters, pp. 117-118
        21. Contributors, p. 119
        22. Bucharest Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-122
      3. [+]
        Autumn 2005 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. Gay Times by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 6-7
        4. Nonprofiteers by Steven Malanga, pp. 8-9
        5. Peacenik Warmongers by Stefan Kanfer, p. 10
        6. NCLB Works by Charles Sahm, pp. 10-11
        7. Poshlost at Ground Zero by Stefan Kanfer, p. 12
        8. Forget the UN by Ray Raymond, pp. 12-13
        9. Who's Killing New Orleans? by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 14-27
        10. Mexico's Undiplomatic Diplomats by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 28-41
        11. The Conspiracy Against the Taxpayers by Steven Malanga, pp. 42-53
        12. They're Taking Away Your Property for What? by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 54-65
        13. The Suicide Bombers Among Us by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 66-75
        14. If the Problem Is Muslim Terror, Then What? by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 76-85
        15. Conservatives in Hollywood? by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 86-97
        16. Justice to Elia Kazan by Harry Stein, pp. 98-111
        17. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 112-115
        18. Letters, pp. 116-118
        19. Contributors, p. 119
        20. London Diarist by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 120-122
      4. [+]
        Winter 2005 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. Play Balco! by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 6-7
        4. Fulfilling Israel's Promise by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        5. Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 9
        6. New York Revitalizes U.S. Policing by Charles Sahm, p. 10
        7. Health-Care Ills by Steven Malanga, p. 11
        8. On Campus, Conservatives Talk Back by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 12-23
        9. How to Interrogate Terrorists by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 24-35
        10. Postmodern War by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 36-47
        11. Why the U.S. Needs More Nuclear Power by Peter Huber and Mark P. Mills, pp. 48-55
        12. Capitalists on Steroids by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 56-65
        13. The Real Engine of Blue America by Steven Malanga, pp. 66-73
        14. Corporate America's New Stealth Raiders by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 74-81
        15. The Empire State's Quickest Route to Reform by Steven Malanga, pp. 82-89
        16. New York Crime Hits a Tipping Point by E.J. McMahon, pp. 90-93
        17. The Specters Haunting Dresden by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 94-103
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 104-109
        19. Letters, pp. 110-114
        20. Contributors, p. 115
        21. Baghdad Diarist by Steven E. Moore, pp. 116-118
    7. [+]
      Issues of 2006 = 4 Issues, 89 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2006 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Harry Stein, p. 6
        3. Downtown Rising by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 7-8
        4. Lawyer Lead-ership by James R. Copland, p. 9
        5. A Fifth Column in the Prisons? by Paul Howard, pp. 10-11
        6. Anti-Semitism Without Anti-Semites by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 12
        7. Criminal Negligence by Nicole Gelinas, p. 13
        8. How Not to Fix Health Care by Steven Malanga, pp. 14-15
        9. Facing Down Iran by Mark Steyn, pp. 16-27
        10. Houston's Noble Experiment by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 28-41
        11. The Mob That Whacked Jersey by Steven Malanga, pp. 42-53
        12. How Welfare Reform Worked by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 54-63
        13. Making Civil Justice Sane by Philip K. Howard, pp. 64-73
        14. Toxic Regulation by David Schoenbrod, pp. 74-81
        15. How to Stop Medicaid Fraud by Steven Malanga, pp. 82-91
        16. Why Robespierre Chose Terror by John Kekes, pp. 92-103
        17. The Plaza's First Century---and Its Second? by David Garrard Lowe, pp. 104-117
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-123
        19. Letters, pp. 124-126
        20. Contributors, p. 127
        21. North Wales Diarist by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 128-130
      2. [+]
        Summer 2006 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. Reorganizing the Reorganization by Sol Stern, pp. 7-8
        4. Fixing the CDBG by Steven Malanga, p. 9
        5. Soccer Louts by Stefan Kanfer, p. 9
        6. Crime and Indulgence by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 10
        7. Stop Storm Dallying by Nicole Gelinas, p. 11
        8. Blame Israel Always by Nidra Poller, pp. 12-13
        9. How Unskilled Immigrants Hurt Our Economy by Steven Malanga, pp. 14-27
        10. Seeing Today's Immigrants Straight by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 28-41
        11. The Ed Schools' Latest---and Worst---Humbug by Sol Stern, pp. 42-53
        12. How the Schools Shortchange Boys by Gerry Garibaldi, pp. 54-60
        13. Is There a New York Housing Crisis? by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 61-73
        14. New York Cops: Still the Finest by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 74-87
        15. Desperate Grandmas by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 88-96
        16. The Terrorists Among Us by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 97-103
        17. The Last Full Measure by Steven Malanga, pp. 104-109
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 110-115
        19. Letters, pp. 116-118
        20. Contributors, p. 119
        21. Dean's Office Diarist by Edmund Janko, pp. 120-122
      3. [+]
        Autumn 2006 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Sol Stern, p. 6
        3. Surreal London by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 7
        4. More Money to Shrink Health Care by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        5. Talking Turkey by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 9
        6. Warrior Princess by Stefan Kanfer, p. 9
        7. CUNY's Virtuous Circle by Nicole Gelinas, p. 10
        8. Eliot Spitzer's CFE Problem by Sol Stern, p. 11
        9. Shut Up, Fascist Pig by John Leo, pp. 12-13
        10. The Right Immigration Policy by Steven Malanga, pp. 14-25
        11. Hispanic Family Values by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 26-34
        12. Silicon Alley 2.0 by Steven Malanga, pp. 35-41
        13. My Bizarre Libyan Holiday by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 42-53
        14. The Press at War by James Q. Wilson, pp. 54-63
        15. How the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? by Harry Stein, pp. 64-71
        16. A Social-Uplift Program That Works by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 72-83
        17. The Dynamo and the Jeweler by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 84-101
        18. The Gift of Language by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 102-110
        19. The Trash Princess by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 111-117
        20. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-126
        21. Letters, pp. 127-130
        22. Contributors, p. 131
        23. Manhattan Diarist by Christopher Gray, pp. 132-134
      4. [+]
        Winter 2006 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Nicole Gelinas and Steven Malanga, pp. 6-7
        3. Gotham's Congressmen vs. Gotham by Steven Malanga, p. 8
        4. Taking Cola to Court by Walter Olson, p. 9
        5. Curbing Eminent Domain by Steven Malanga, p. 10
        6. Less Liberte Means Less Egalite by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 11
        7. Pest Politics by Benjamin A. Plotinsky, p. 12
        8. France vs. France by Stefan Kanfer, p. 13
        9. Dangerous History by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 14
        10. The Empty Fanatic by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 15
        11. The Plot to Shush Rush and O'Reilly by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 16-28
        12. Marriage and Caste by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 29-37
        13. Gotham Needs Wall Street; Does Wall Street Need Gotham? by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 38-53
        14. What Bloomberg Could Still Accomplish by Steven Malanga, pp. 54-61
        15. City's Pupils Get More Hype than Hope by Sol Stern, pp. 62-67
        16. Ronald Reagan's Unlikely Heir by Steven Malanga, pp. 68-77
        17. This Is the Legal Mainstream? by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 78-89
        18. What Colleges Forget to Teach by Robert P. George, pp. 90-95
        19. New Philanthropists Talk Left, Act Right by Howard Husock, pp. 96-103
        20. Was Liberalism's Philosopher-in-Chief a Conservative? by Michael Knox Beran, pp. 104-115
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 116-123
        22. Letters, pp. 124-126
        23. Contributors, p. 127
        24. European Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 128-130
    8. [+]
      Issues of 2007 = 4 Issues, 88 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2007 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 6-7
        3. Out-in-Left-Field Trips by Jay P. Greene, Matthew Carr, and Marc Holley, p. 8
        4. Engineering Souls by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 9
        5. Many Happy Returns by Nicole Gelinas, p. 10
        6. The Most Reckless State by Steven Malanga, p. 11
        7. Ban the Bats, Hold the Fats by Paul Beston, p. 12
        8. Broken Windows Turns 25 by Charles Sahm, pp. 12-13
        9. Germs and the City by Peter Huber, pp. 14-29
        10. The Empire of Lies by Guy Sorman, pp. 30-41
        11. Baghdad on the Bayou by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 42-53
        12. Cory Booker's Battle for Newark by Steven Malanga, pp. 54-63
        13. The Incredible Shrinking Father by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 64-73
        14. Save the Catholic Schools! by Sol Stern, pp. 74-83
        15. The Media Cornucopia by Adam D. Thierer, pp. 84-89
        16. Reading the Constitution Right by Stephen B. Presser, pp. 90-97
        17. Jefferson Versus the Muslim Pirates by Christopher Hitchens, pp. 98-105
        18. Love and Glory in East Aurory by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 106-115
        19. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 116-124
        20. Letters, pp. 125-126
        21. Contributors, p. 127
        22. Santa Barbara Diarist by Andrew Klavan, pp. 128-130
      2. [+]
        Summer 2007 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Harry Siegel and Fred Siegel, p. 6
        3. Do Immigrants Still Nourish Cities? by Steven Malanga, pp. 7-8
        4. Four Score and Seven Manatees Ago by Jay P. Greene, Brian Kisida, and Jonathan Butcher, ..., p. 9
        5. Time Out Londonistan by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 10-11
        6. In the Heart of Freedom, in Chains by Myron Magnet, pp. 12-27
        7. On the Front Line in the War on Terror by Judith Miller, pp. 28-41
        8. The Coming Urban Terror by John Robb, pp. 42-49
        9. The New Privatization by Steven Malanga, pp. 50-58
        10. What Really Buys Happiness? by Arthur C. Brooks, pp. 59-63
        11. Why Study War? by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 64-71
        12. The Peace Racket by Bruce Bawer, pp. 72-79
        13. An Inconvenient Solution by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 80-89
        14. The Ugly Truth About Canadian Health Care by David Gratzer, pp. 90-95
        15. Grading Mayoral Control by Sol Stern, pp. 96-103
        16. The Abduction of Opera by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 104-119
        17. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-125
        18. Letters, p. 126
        19. Contributors, p. 127
        20. Lansing Diary by Jerry Weinberger, pp. 128-130
      3. [+]
        Autumn 2007 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Judith Miller, pp. 6-7
        3. Hispanic Voting Myths by Steven Malanga, pp. 8-9
        4. Brain Funding Drain by Carl J. Schramm, p. 10
        5. False Prophet by Sol Stern, p. 11
        6. No Tearing Down This Wall by Paul Beston, pp. 12-13
        7. The Reclamation of Skid Row by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-25
        8. The New Girl Order by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 26-35
        9. Cherry Garcia and the End of Socialized Medicine by Peter Huber, pp. 36-47
        10. An Anglosphere Future by Christopher Hitchens, pp. 48-55
        11. From the H-Bomb to the Human Bomb by Andre Glucksmann, pp. 56-63
        12. Britain's Anti-Semitic Turn by Melanie Phillips, pp. 64-72
        13. Moscow: Oil Town by Guy Sorman, pp. 73-75
        14. The Religious Left, Reburn by Steven Malanga, pp. 76-83
        15. Lessons of Boston's Big Dig by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 84-93
        16. Can Buffalo Ever Come Back? by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 94-99
        17. Denver Tackesl Crime, New York Style by Alec Magnet, pp. 100-105
        18. Monticello's Shadows by Myron Magnet, pp. 106-117
        19. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-124
        20. Letters, pp. 125-126
        21. Contributors, p. 127
        22. New York City Diarist by Matthew Clavel, pp. 128-130
      4. [+]
        Winter 2007 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        3. Muslim Mau-Mauing by Rod Dreher, pp. 7-8
        4. Dhimming the Light by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 9
        5. Bonus Boom, But... by Nicole Gelinas, p. 9
        6. Rewarding Bad Behavior by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 10
        7. The Real Meaning of Barbarism by Theodore Dalrymple, p. 11
        8. [+]
          The Big Lie, Clothbound Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, by Jimmy Carter by Stefan Kanfer, p. 12 - 1 Review
          1. Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid by Jimmy Carter
        9. The Garden State Wilts by Steven Malanga, p. 13
        10. Elites to Anti-Affirmative Action Voters: Drop Dead by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 14-29
        11. The New Black Realism by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 30-40
        12. Yes, Rudy Giuliani Is a Conservative by Steven Malanga, pp. 41-51
        13. Mexifornia, Five Years Later by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 52-61
        14. Reflections on the Revolution in Hungary by John Kekes, pp. 62-72
        15. Free Inquiry! Not on Campus by John Leo, pp. 73-83
        16. No, the Cops Didn't Murder Sean Bell by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 84-91
        17. Help Us, Governor Spitzer! by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 92-99
        18. This Bush Education Reform Really Works by Sol Stern, pp. 100-107
        19. [+]
          Facing the Islamist Menace by Christopher Hitchens, pp. 108-114 - 1 Review
          1. America Alone by Mark Steyn
        20. The Houses of Worship That Hallow New York by David Garrard Lowe, pp. 115-131
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 132-138
        22. Letters, pp. 139-140
        23. Contributors, p. 141
        24. Shropshire Diarist by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 142-144
    9. [+]
      Issues of 2008 = 3 Issues, 67 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 2008 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Andrew Klavan, p. 6
        3. Intelligent Policing Comes to New Jersey by Judith Miller, pp. 7-8
        4. Organizer in Chief by Steven Malanga, pp. 9-10
        5. Olympic Crossroads by Andre Glucksmann, pp. 11-12
        6. Construction Safety Woes by Nicole Gelinas, p. 13
        7. Obama, Shaman by Michael Knox Beran, pp. 14-21
        8. The NYPD Diaspora by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 22-31
        9. Economics Does Not Lie by Guy Sorman, pp. 32-41
        10. The Great African-American Awakening by Myron Magnet, pp. 42-53
        11. The Professional Panhandling Plague by Steven Malanga, pp. 54-61
        12. Houston, New York Has a Problem by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 62-68
        13. New York's Next Fiscal Crisis by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 69-77
        14. A Marshall Plan for Reading by Sol Stern, pp. 78-83
        15. The Future of Conservative Books by Harry Stein, pp. 84-92
        16. Health Care's New Entrepreneurs by Paul Howard, pp. 93-101
        17. Benjamin Franklin: City Slicker by Jerry Weinberger, pp. 102-109
        18. In Living Black-and-White by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 110-119
        19. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-124
        20. Letters, pp. 125-126
        21. Contributors, p. 127
        22. New York City Diarist by John Renehan, pp. 128-130
      2. [+]
        Autumn 2008 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 3
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 4
        3. A Preference for Truth by Heather Mac Donald, p. 5
        4. Crime and Politics in Caracus by William Bratton and William Andrews, p. 6
        5. Confronting the Putin Doctrine by Andre Glucksmann, pp. 7-8
        6. Taxachusetts No More? by Daniel J. Flynn, p. 9
        7. Big Middle-Class Sister by Naomi Schaefer Riley, pp. 10-11
        8. After the Wall Street Hurricane by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 12-22
        9. New York State's Fiscal Reckoning by E.J. McMahon, pp. 23-30
        10. America at Work by Guy Sorman, pp. 31-33
        11. We Don't Need Another War on Poverty by Steven Malanga, pp. 34-41
        12. Five Days at the End of the World by Andrew Klavan, pp. 42-52
        13. Bioterrorism's Deadly Math by Judith Miller, pp. 53-61
        14. Love in the Time of Darwinism by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 62-70
        15. Curing Diversity by Peter Huber, pp. 71-81
        16. Pre-K Can Work by Shepard Barbash, pp. 82-88
        17. Reparations, R.I.P. by Walter Olson, pp. 89-93
        18. The (Really) Moderate Muslims of Kosovo by Michael J. Totten, pp. 94-101
        19. The Humanities Move Off Campus by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 102-109
        20. The Ghost in Your iPod by John H. McWhorter, pp. 110-117
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-123
        22. Letters, pp. 124-126
        23. Contributors, p. 127
        24. Beacon Diarist by Paul Beston, pp. 128-130
      3. [+]
        Winter 2008 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 5
        2. Soundings by Jay P. Greene and Catherine Shock, p. 6
        3. Cheers for Chile's Chicago Boys by Guy Sorman, pp. 7-8
        4. A Philly Tax Cutter by David Whelan, p. 9
        5. Why the West Is Best by Ibn Warraq, pp. 10-11
        6. The Resilient Society by Rudolph W. Giuliani, pp. 12-21
        7. The Campus Rape Myth by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 22-33
        8. The Rainbow Coalition Evaporates by Steven Malanga, pp. 34-41
        9. Child-Man in the Promised Land by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 42-52
        10. School Choice Isn't Enough by Sol Stern, pp. 53-59
        11. Criminalizing Capitalism by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 60-69
        12. Abu Dhabi: East Leans West by Judith Miller, pp. 70-79
        13. Hearts of Darkness by Michael Knox Beran, pp. 80-88
        14. Why Don't Jews Like the Christians Who Like Them? by James Q. Wilson, pp. 89-93
        15. The Lost Art of Art by Andrew Klavan, pp. 94-104
        16. Architecture's Battle of the Modernisms by Myron Magnet, pp. 105-109
        17. Uplifting the "Dangerous Classes" by Howard Husock, pp. 110-117
        18. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-124
        19. Letters, pp. 125-126
        20. Contributors, p. 127
        21. Washington, D.C. Diarist by Christopher Hitchens, pp. 128-130
    10. [+]
      Issues of 2009 = 2 Issues, 49 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 2009 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Obsession Housing Disorder by Steven Malanga, pp. 14-25
        2. Bound to Burn by Peter Huber, pp. 26-33
        3. The Dark Figure of British Crime by Claire Berlinski, pp. 34-43
        4. The Consolations of Pessimism by Alain de Botton, pp. 44-45
        5. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Businesswoman by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 46-54
        6. Monetarism Defiant by Guy Sorman, pp. 55-57
        7. Spendthrift Sunbelt States by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 58-63
        8. Heirs to Fortuyn? by Bruce Bawer, pp. 64-74
        9. Pedagogy of the Oppressor by Sol Stern, pp. 75-81
        10. LAPD High by Laura Vanderkam, pp. 82-87
        11. Inhuman Rights by Ibn Warraq and Michael Weiss, pp. 88-94
        12. The Godfather of Amreican Liberalism by Fred Siegel, pp. 95-103
        13. Beauty and Desecration by Roger Scruton, pp. 104-111
        14. Richard Pryor: Stand-Up Philosopher by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 112-119
        15. In Prospect, p. 3
        16. Soundings by Luigi Zingales, pp. 4-5
        17. The Last Free State by Steven Malanga, p. 6
        18. Interstate Confiscation Clause by Daniel J. Flynn, p. 7
        19. Mayors Put Work First by Kimberly Hendrickson, pp. 8-9
        20. No Justice by Judith Miller, pp. 10-11
        21. British Banks Are Worth Something by Tim Congdon, pp. 12-13
        22. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 120-125
        23. Letters, p. 126
        24. Contributors, p. 127
        25. Mumbai Diarist by Jonathan Foreman, pp. 128-130
      2. [+]
        October 2009 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 3
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 4
        3. The Postmodern Financial Crisis by Andre Glucksmann, p. 5
        4. Recession-Proof Diversity by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 6-7
        5. The Persian Version by James Kirchick, pp. 8-9
        6. The New Number Crunchers by Marcus Winters, p. 10
        7. Another Green Revolution by Bjorn Lomborg, p. 11
        8. Innovation in Its Place by Dane Strangler, pp. 12-13
        9. Can the Feds Uncrunch Credit? by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 14-25
        10. Never Enough Beauty, Never Enough Truth by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 26-35
        11. Welfare Reform, Phase Two by Steven Malanga, pp. 36-42
        12. Environmental Facts and Follies by Max Schulz, pp. 43-49
        13. Green Cities, Brown Suburbs by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 50-55
        14. Forgiveness and Irony by Roger Scruton, pp. 56-63
        15. The Promise and Peril of the Freelance Economy by Laura Vanderkam, pp. 64-71
        16. George Washington Patrols the Pacific by Guy Sorman, pp. 72-74
        17. Slums of Hope by Howard Husock, pp. 75-82
        18. The DNA of Politics by James Q. Wilson, pp. 83-87
        19. Alexander Hamilton, Modern America's Founding Father by Myron Magnet, pp. 88-109
        20. How Science Fiction Found Religion by Benjamin A. Plotinsky, pp. 110-117
        21. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 118-123
        22. Letters, pp. 124-126
        23. Contributors, p. 127
        24. Brooklyn Diarist by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 128-130
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 4 Issues, 111 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2010 = 4 Issues, 111 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 2010 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. The Beholden State by Steven Malanga, pp. 16-29
        2. Don't Blame Proposition 13 by William Voegeli, pp. 30-33
        3. The Silicon Lining by Guy Sorman, pp. 34-39
        4. Beware the Muni-Bond Bubble by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 40-46
        5. The Menace of Strategic Default by Luigi Zingales, pp. 47-51
        6. Bracing Brew by Myron Magnet, pp. 52-53
        7. Can New York Clean Up the Testing Mess? by Sol Stern, pp. 54-61
        8. Preservation Follies by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 62-67
        9. Brand New Green by Peter Huber, pp. 68-77
        10. A Hidden History of Evil by Claire Berlinski, pp. 78-85
        11. When Germ Warfare Happened by Judith Miller, pp. 86-93
        12. The Varieties of Liberal Enthusiasm by Benjamin A. Plotinsky, pp. 94-101
        13. Exile in Dogpatch by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 102-109
        14. Mr. Mimic by John H. McWhorter, pp. 110-117
        15. In Prospect, p. 3
        16. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 4
        17. A Basic Income for All? by Cameron Abadi, pp. 5-6
        18. The Odd Couple Metric by Tevi D. Troy, p. 7
        19. Subway Lessons from Madrid by Benjamin Villanti, p. 8
        20. "You'll Never Be Alone" by Christopher Clausen, pp. 9-10
        21. Europe's Endangered Soul by Philippe Nemo, pp. 11-12
        22. On Distraction by Alain de Botton, p. 13
        23. Personal Responsibility at the Founding by Mark Riebling, p. 14
        24. Who's Resurrecting New Orleans? by Nicole Gelinas, p. 15
        25. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalyrmple, pp. 118-123
        26. Letters, pp. 124-126
        27. Contributors, p. 127
        28. Paris Diarist by John V. Fleming, pp. 128-130
      2. [+]
        April 2010 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. In Prospect, p. 3
        2. Soundings by Steven Malanga, p. 4
        3. The Gold Bubble by Stefan Kanfer, p. 5
        4. Misfire by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 6-7
        5. Le Squeeze by Philippe Nemo, p. 8
        6. New York's Pioneer Zones by James Panero, pp. 9-10
        7. Eurocrash by Nicole Gelinas, p. 11
        8. New York's Prison Turnaround by Bert Useem, p. 12
        9. A Deeper Bench by William Voegeli, p. 13
        10. What Social Sciences Does---and Doesn't---Know by Jim Manzi, pp. 14-23
        11. The Muni-Bond Debt Bomb by Steven Malanga, pp. 24-33
        12. The Free-Marketeers Strike Back by Guy Sorman, pp. 34-41
        13. Surveying the Wreckage by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 42-51
        14. The Bucks Stop Here by E.J. McMahon, pp. 52-55
        15. Europe's Guilty Conscience by Pascal Bruckner, pp. 56-59
        16. The Nakba Obsession by Sol Stern, pp. 60-67
        17. The Golden State's War on Itself by Joel Kotkin, pp. 68-73
        18. Enlightened and Enriched by Joel Mokyr, pp. 74-81
        19. The Life-Changing Lottery by Marcus A. Winters, pp. 82-88
        20. Progressives Against Progress by Fred Siegel, pp. 89-93
        21. A Twenty-First-Century GOP by Tevi D. Troy, pp. 94-97
        22. Classical Music's New Golden Age by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 98-111
        23. Something to Love Among the Ruins by David Watkin, pp. 112-119
        24. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-124
        25. Letters, pp. 125-126
        26. Contributors, p. 127
        27. Santo Domingo Diarist by Claire Berlinski, pp. 128-130
      3. [+]
        July 2010 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. The Next Wave of Urban Reform by Steven Malanga, pp. 14-25
        2. Start-Up City by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 26-35
        3. Why Big Cities Matter More than Ever by Mario Polese, pp. 36-39
        4. Cities from Scratch by Brandon Fuller and Paul Romer, pp. 40-42
        5. The Sidewalks of San Francisco by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 43-55
        6. Big Easy Rising by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 56-65
        7. The Windows by Andrew Klaven, pp. 66-73
        8. Atlanta's Public-Housing Revolution by Howard Husock, pp. 74-81
        9. The Afghans of Fremont by Judith Miller, pp. 82-86
        10. How the Road to Bell Was Paved by William Voegeli, pp. 87-91
        11. Weimar Istanbul by Claire Berlinski, pp. 92-103
        12. Asian Megacities, Free and Unfree by Guy Sorman, pp. 104-111
        13. New City by Sol Stern, pp. 112-117
        14. The Original Birth of Freedom by Andre Glucksmann, pp. 118-125
        15. The Destiny of Cities by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 126-133
        16. How American Press Freedom Began on Wall Street by Myron Magnet, pp. 134-144
        17. In Search of the Washington Novel by Christopher Hitchens, pp. 145-147
        18. City Lights by Stefan Kanfer, pp. 148-151
        19. In Prospect, pp. 4-5
        20. Soundings by Fred Siegel, p. 6
        21. An Innovator in Every Apartment by Conor Friedersdorf, p. 7
        22. Fragile Urban Families by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 8
        23. The Man That Bankrupted Harrisburg by Steven Malanga, pp. 9-10
        24. Rhyme Scheme by Michael Knox Beran, p. 11
        25. The Bus Market Booms by Benjamin A. Plotinsky, pp. 12-13
        26. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 152-156
        27. Letters, p. 157
        28. Contributors, pp. 158-159
        29. Hastings-on-Hudson Diarist by Harry Stein, pp. 160-162
      4. [+]
        October 2010 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Chicago's Real Crime Story by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 16-28
        2. Our Vanishing Ultimate Resource by Steven Malanga, pp. 29-39
        3. A Not-Lost Generation by Laura Vanderkam, pp. 40-43
        4. The Ramparts I Watched by Sol Stern, pp. 44-51
        5. Invasion of the European Economists by Guy Sorman, pp. 52-55
        6. Eminent Domain as Central Planning by Nicole Gelinas, pp. 56-61
        7. Empire of Excess by E.J. McMahon and Josh Barre, pp. 62-65
        8. The Velvet Philosophical Revolution by Andre Glucksmann, pp. 66-67
        9. A Man Alone by Andrew Klavan, pp. 68-73
        10. In Defense of Political Anonymity by Bradley A. Smith, pp. 74-79
        11. Tomorrow's Wars by Victor Davis Hanson, pp. 80-86
        12. No State Left Behind by Marcus A. Winters, pp. 87-89
        13. The Education of John Jay by Myron Magnet, pp. 90-119
        14. In Prospect, p. 3
        15. Soundings by Troy Senik, p. 4
        16. The Grasping Hand by Peter Sloterdijk, pp. 5-6
        17. As Goes New Jersey... by Steven Malanga, p. 7
        18. The Wrong Ban by Claire Berlinski, p. 8
        19. The Lessons of Kumon by Paulette Miniter, pp. 9-10
        20. The Nonprofit That Saved Central Park by Conrad Kiechel, p. 11
        21. Strike the Set by James Panero, p. 12
        22. Moore's Law Trumps D.C.'s by Berin Szoka, p. 13
        23. We're All Right-Wing Bastards Now by Larry Sand, pp. 14-15
        24. Oh, to be in England by Theodore Dalrymple, pp. 120-125
        25. Letters, p. 126
        26. Contributors, p. 127
        27. Soho Diarist by Michael Anton, pp. 128-130