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  1. Urbanities
    All Sex, All the Time
    City Journal, Summer 2000, pp. 90-99
  2. The anatomy of murder
    The New Criterion, February 2003, pp. 23-29
  3. Letter from Paris
    Anglo-saxon attitudes
    The New Criterion, April 2003, pp. 44-47
  4. Notebook
    Arrested development
    The New Criterion, June 2002, pp. 93-98
  5. 'Barbaric!' They Charge
    The arrogance and insularity of death-penalty opponents
    National Review, January 29, 2007, pp. 18-20
  6. [+]
    Bloodless Saga (Review)
    American Homicide, by Randolph Roth
    1. American Homicide by Randolph Roth
    National Review, December 7, 2009, pp. 54-55
  7. Notebook
    Bolivar's platter
    The New Criterion, March 2000, pp. 77-86
  8. The Boobs of the Beeb
    A media monopoly that only gets worse
    National Review, September 1, 2003, pp. 23-24
  9. Bucharest Diarist
    Flower of Evil?
    City Journal, Summer 2005, pp. 120-122
  10. Calcutta Diarist
    High and Low
    City Journal, Spring 2005, pp. 120-121
  11. Caught with His...
    Reflections on the Larry Craig case
    National Review, September 24, 2007, pp. 32-35
  12. The Conflict at Home
    How do you like your multiculturalism now?
    National Review, October 15, 2001, pp. 24-27
  13. Notebook
    Crudity beyond belief
    The New Criterion, September 2000, pp. 77-82
  14. Cutthroats in White Coats
    On terror and doctors
    National Review, July 30, 2007, pp. 22-23
  15. Davided Hearts
    The 'comfort' of knowing that most Muslims don't wish us dead
    National Review, September 11, 2006, pp. 22-23
  16. Death Becomes Them
    What SARS says about China, and us
    National Review, May 19, 2003, pp. 38-39
  17. Desert-island reading
    The New Criterion, February 2005, pp. 21-27
  18. Articles
    Don't Legalize Drugs
    City Journal, Spring 1997, pp. 14-22
  19. Duty Calls
    It certainly calls Elizabeth II---but what about her eldest son?
    National Review, March 14, 2005, pp. 28-31
  20. Books, Arts & Manners
    The Eternal Detective
    National Review, December 31, 2009, p. 47
  21. EU Diarist
    Free at Last
    City Journal, Autumn 2000, pp. 120-122
  22. European Diarist
    Autos-da-fe
    City Journal, Winter 2006, pp. 128-130
  23. [+]
    Exposing shallowness (Review)
    Bodies of Inscription, by Margo Demello
    1. Bodies of Inscription by Margo Demello
    The New Criterion, June 2000, pp. 74-77
  24. Forms! Forms! Forms!
    A bureaucracy's answer to trouble---or to anything
    National Review, March 25, 2002, pp. 30-31
  25. [+]
    The Gelded Age (Review)
    America Alone, by Mark Steyn
    1. America Alone by Mark Steyn
    The Claremont Review of Books, Spring 2007, pp. 13-14
  26. Getting Hurt, Getting Paid
    The curious politics, psychology, and sociology of medical compensation
    National Review, March 24, 2003, pp. 28-29
  27. The Gift of Language
    City Journal, Autumn 2006, pp. 102-110
  28. Go, Sarko!
    If the new French president does not succeed, things will get horribly worse
    National Review, May 28, 2007, pp. 20-21
  29. Notebook
    Gooseberries
    The New Criterion, November 1999, pp. 77-86
  30. Health of the State
    Doctors, patients, and Michael Moore
    National Review, August 13, 2007, pp. 32-34
  31. Hearts of Darkness
    Torturers among us, and in us
    National Review, May 31, 2004, pp. 28-29
  32. [+]
    How the West Was Lost (Review)
    The Last Days of Europe, by Walter Laqueur
    1. The Last Days of Europe by Walter Laqueur
    The American Conservative, June 18, 2007, pp. 29-30
  33. How to Read a Society
    City Journal, Spring 2000, pp. 96-103
  34. Urbanities
    How---and How Not---to Love Mankind
    City Journal, Summer 2001, pp. 83-89
  35. Ibsen and His Discontents
    City Journal, Summer 2005, pp. 79-87
  36. In Praise of Prejudice (2007)
    The Necessity of Preconceived Ideas
    2 Reviews
  37. [+]
    Islam's Captive Audience (Review)
    Islam in American Prisons, by Hamid Reza Kusha
    1. Islam in American Prisons by Hamid Reza Kusha
    The Claremont Review of Books, December 2, 2009, pp. 31-32
  38. Isle of War
    England's social collapse
    National Review, December 31, 2002, p. 25
  39. Just Your Average Shoe-Bomber
    'Not a bad lad,' and how not to be had
    National Review, January 28, 2002, pp. 26-27
  40. Kicking the Corpse
    Why the mutilation of dead bodies repulses us---or should
    National Review, May 3, 2004, pp. 32-35
  41. Kofi's Hour
    The absurd Nobel Peace Prize
    National Review, November 5, 2001, p. 33
  42. La Rochefoucauld
    The New Criterion, April 2001, pp. 28-31
  43. Lessons of "Lonelyhearts"
    The New Criterion, November 2004, pp. 17-20
  44. Life at the Bottom (2001)
    The Worldview That Makes the Underclass
    4 Reviews, 1 Readable
  45. London Diarist
    City Journal, Summer 2002, pp. 120-122
  46. Looking for Boundaries
    There is gross sexual confusion in our society, as illustrated by the Michael Jackson case
    National Review, June 20, 2005, pp. 26-27
  47. Urbanities
    A Lost Art
    City Journal, Spring 2001, pp. 82-91
  48. Marks of Shame
    Tattoos and what to do about them
    National Review, March 11, 2002, pp. 28-29
  49. The Meaning of Beheading
    All too sad to explain
    National Review, October 24, 2005, pp. 30-31
  50. Minding Our Manners
    Militant egalitarians make rudeness a virtue
    The American Conservative, April 10, 2006, pp. 12-13
  51. Music: Blast the Boom Box
    Pumping down the volume
    National Review, June 28, 2004, pp. 50-51
  52. The New Vichy Syndrome (2010)
    Why European Intellectuals Surrender to Barbarism
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  53. New York Diarist
    A Perplexed Guide
    City Journal, Winter 2001, pp. 116-118
  54. Not with a Bang But a Whimper (2008)
    The Politics and Culture of Decline
    2 Reviews
  55. Of Governors and Call Girls
    Some thoughts upon Eliot Spitzer's downfall
    National Review, April 7, 2008, p. 30
  56. Departments
    Oh, To Be in Endland
    We Don't Want no Education
    City Journal, Winter 1995, pp. 116-121
  57. Departments
    Oh, To Be in England
    "The Knife Went In"
    City Journal, Autumn 1994, pp. 92-98
  58. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Reader, She Married Him---Alas
    City Journal, Spring 1995, pp. 110-115
  59. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Do Sties Make Pigs?
    City Journal, Summer 1995, pp. 118-125
  60. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    A Horror Story
    City Journal, Spring 1996, pp. 120-127
  61. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    "There's No Damned Merit in It"
    City Journal, Spring 1997, pp. 106-113
  62. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Rush from Judgment
    City Journal, Summer 1997, pp. 104-111
  63. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    City Journal, Autumn 1997, pp. 112-117
  64. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    What Causes Crime?
    City Journal, Spring 1998, pp. 106-112
  65. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Zero Intolerance
    City Journal, Summer 1998, pp. 108-113
  66. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    City Journal, Winter 1998, pp. 112-117
  67. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    What is Poverty?
    City Journal, Spring 1999, pp. 106-111
  68. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    All Our Pomp of Yesterday
    City Journal, Summer 1999, pp. 108-114
  69. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    How Criminologists Foster Crime
    City Journal, Autumn 1999, pp. 106-112
  70. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Tough Love
    City Journal, Winter 1999, pp. 104-109
  71. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Policemen in Wonderland
    City Journal, Spring 2000, pp. 104-109
  72. Oh, to be in England
    Lost in the Ghetto
    City Journal, Summer 2000, pp. 108-113
  73. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Seeing Is Not Believing
    City Journal, Autumn 2000, pp. 111-116
  74. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    And Dying Thus Around Us Every Day
    City Journal, Spring 2001, pp. 112-116
  75. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Uses of Corruption
    City Journal, Summer 2001, pp. 110-115
  76. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Dystopian Imagination
    City Journal, Autumn 2001, pp. 111-117
  77. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Dumbest Immigration Policy
    City Journal, Winter 2001, pp. 107-111
  78. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots
    City Journal, Spring 2002, pp. 110-114
  79. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Rage of Virginia Woolf
    City Journal, Summer 2002, pp. 104-113
  80. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Gilray's Ungloomy Morality
    City Journal, Winter 2002, pp. 102-113
  81. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Sex and the Shakespeare Reader
    City Journal, Autumn 2003, pp. 111-116
  82. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    Multiculturalism Starts Losing Its Luster
    City Journal, Summer 2004, pp. 105-110
  83. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    The Frivolity of Evil
    City Journal, Autumn 2004, pp. 113-119
  84. Oh, to be in England
    The Roads to Serfdom
    City Journal, Spring 2005, pp. 108-114
  85. Oh, to be in England
    In the Asylum
    City Journal, Summer 2005, pp. 108-116
  86. Departments
    Oh, to be in England
    A Murderess's Tale
    City Journal, Winter 2005, pp. 104-109
  87. Oh, to be in England
    It's That Bad
    City Journal, Spring 2006, pp. 118-123
  88. Oh, to be in England
    Real Crime, Fake Justice
    City Journal, Summer 2006, pp. 110-115
  89. Oh, to be in England
    What Makes Doctor Johnson Great?
    City Journal, Autumn 2006, pp. 118-126
  90. Oh, to be in England
    A Prophetic and Violent Masterpiece
    City Journal, Winter 2006, pp. 116-123
  91. Oh, to be in England
    A Drinker of Infinity
    City Journal, Spring 2007, pp. 116-124
  92. Oh, to be in England
    Delusions of Honesty
    City Journal, Summer 2007, pp. 120-125
  93. Oh, to be in England
    What the New Atheists Don't See
    City Journal, Autumn 2007, pp. 118-124
  94. Oh, to be in England
    How Not to Do It
    City Journal, Winter 2007, pp. 132-138
  95. Oh, to be in England
    Childhood's End
    City Journal, Summer 2008, pp. 120-124
  96. Oh, to be in England
    The Quivering Upper Lip
    City Journal, Autumn 2008, pp. 118-123
  97. Oh, to be in England
    The Marriage of Reason and Nightmare
    City Journal, Winter 2008, pp. 118-124
  98. Oh, to be in England
    The Persistence of Ideology
    City Journal, December 2009, pp. 118-123
  99. Oh, to be in England
    Modernity's Uninvited Guest
    City Journal, June 2, 2010, pp. 120-124
  100. Oh, to be in England
    The Vandals in Retreat
    City Journal, September 2, 2010, pp. 152-156
  101. Oh, to be in England
    The Galbraith Revival
    City Journal, December 2, 2010, pp. 120-125
  102. The oldest profession
    The New Criterion, April 2004, pp. 43-49
  103. Notebook
    On the new library at Alexandria
    The New Criterion, March 2003, pp. 77-86
  104. Our Culture, What's Left of It (2005)
    The Mandarins and the Masses
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  105. Our Great, Societal Neverland
    Responsibility for pedophilia, both individual and collective
    National Review, December 22, 2003, pp. 30-31
  106. Out of Africa
    The American Conservative, January 16, 2006, pp. 20-23
  107. Articles
    PC Unto Death
    National Review, December 7, 2009, pp. 18-23
  108. The People's Queen
    But not the intelligentsia's. Who will win?
    National Review, July 1, 2002, p. 25
  109. Planet Obama
    The world is enraptured with the new president, but his election is not the end of history
    The American Conservative, December 1, 2008, pp. 6-8
  110. Plots to Behead
    Dealing with the phenomena of our time
    National Review, March 5, 2007, pp. 24-27
  111. Notebook
    Priez pour lui
    The New Criterion, September 2003, pp. 77-86
  112. Rages of the Age
    On 'road rage,' 'air rage,' 'rink rage'...
    National Review, February 11, 2002, pp. 22-23
  113. Rattigan versus Pinter
    The New Criterion, November 2000, pp. 12-20
  114. The revenge of Mr. Hyde
    The New Criterion, September 2004, pp. 24-28
  115. Romancing Opiates (2006)
    Pharmacological Lies and the Addiction Bureaucracy
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  116. Notebook
    The saddhu of sodomy
    The New Criterion, December 2004, pp. 85-94
  117. Salem in Newcastle
    What a recent child-abuse scare in England tells us
    National Review, September 2, 2002, pp. 33-35
  118. Shropshire Diarist
    The Eternal Present
    City Journal, Winter 2007, pp. 142-144
  119. Soundings
    Barbarians on the March
    City Journal, Autumn 1999, p. 11
  120. Soundings
    Multiculti Museums---Or Else
    City Journal, Summer 2000, p. 8
  121. Soundings
    A Coda
    City Journal, Summer 2000, p. 13
  122. Soundings
    Puffing Puff Daddy
    City Journal, Summer 2001, p. 12
  123. Soundings
    Who's to Blame?
    City Journal, Autumn 2001, p. 7
  124. Soundings
    Turning Kids Against Parents
    City Journal, Summer 2002, p. 12
  125. Soundings
    'Ang 'em
    City Journal, Winter 2002, p. 11
  126. Soundings
    Torn Jeans
    City Journal, Autumn 2004, p. 11
  127. Soundings
    Inclusive Failure
    City Journal, Autumn 2004, p. 13
  128. Soundings
    Colbert vs. Smith?
    City Journal, Summer 2005, p. 8
  129. Soundings
    Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics
    City Journal, Winter 2005, p. 9
  130. Soundings
    Anti-Semitism Without Anti-Semites
    City Journal, Spring 2006, p. 12
  131. Soundings
    Crime and Indulgence
    City Journal, Summer 2006, p. 10
  132. Soundings
    Surreal London
    City Journal, Autumn 2006, p. 7
  133. Soundings
    Talking Turkey
    City Journal, Autumn 2006, p. 9
  134. Soundings
    Less Liberte Means Less Egalite
    City Journal, Winter 2006, p. 11
  135. Soundings
    Dangerous History
    City Journal, Winter 2006, p. 14
  136. Soundings
    The Empty Fanatic
    City Journal, Winter 2006, p. 15
  137. Soundings
    Engineering Souls
    City Journal, Spring 2007, p. 9
  138. Soundings
    Time Out Londonistan
    City Journal, Summer 2007, pp. 10-11
  139. Soundings
    Dhimming the Light
    City Journal, Winter 2007, p. 9
  140. Soundings
    Rewarding Bad Behavior
    City Journal, Winter 2007, p. 10
  141. Soundings
    The Real Meaning of Barbarism
    City Journal, Winter 2007, p. 11
  142. [+]
    Speak the Queen's Urdu (Review)
    Londonistan, by Melanie Phillips
    1. Londonistan by Melanie Phillips
    The American Conservative, February 12, 2007, p. 29
  143. Urbanities
    The Specters Haunting Dresden
    City Journal, Winter 2005, pp. 94-103
  144. Stafford Diarist
    The Prince of Poisoners
    City Journal, Autumn 2004, pp. 124-126
  145. [+]
    Struggle for a Continent (Review)
    Reflections on the Revolution in Europe, by Christopher Caldwell
    1. Reflections on the Revolution in Europe by Christopher Caldwell
    National Review, August 10, 2009, pp. 42-43
  146. Suicide of the West
    The American Conservative, March 2010, pp. 14-15
  147. Reviews of Books
    [+]
    Suicide of the West (3 Reviews)
    While Europe Slept, by Bruce Bawer
    1. While Europe Slept by Bruce Bawer
    2. Menace in Europe by Claire Berlinski
    3. Londonistan by Melanie Phillips
    The Claremont Review of Books, Fall 2006, pp. 12-13
  148. The Terrorists Among Us
    City Journal, Summer 2006, pp. 97-103
  149. Books
    [+]
    Tiresias redux (Review)
    Crossing: A Memoir, by Deirdre N. McCloskey
    1. Crossing: A Memoir by Deirdre N. McCloskey
    The New Criterion, April 2000, pp. 68-70
  150. Tolerance, If Not Respect
    Living with the beliefs of others---even Danish cartoonists
    National Review, March 13, 2006, pp. 36-37
  151. Trash, Violence, and Versace
    But Is It Art?
    City Journal, Winter 1998, pp. 104-111
  152. Travel: Gulf de Luxe
    In Dubai
    National Review, May 6, 2002, pp. 50-51
  153. Trial by Human Beings
    The jury system and its discontents
    National Review, April 25, 2005, pp. 30-31
  154. Tuscan Diarist
    Discontent in Paradise
    City Journal, Summer 2004, pp. 116-118
  155. Unenlightened
    As extremist Muslims react to the Danish cartoons, the Enlightenment doesn't look too b...
    National Review, February 27, 2006, pp. 32-33
  156. Veiled Threat
    Why it may be important to see a woman's face
    National Review, November 20, 2006, pp. 24-25
  157. The Veneer of Civilization
    Utterly removed
    National Review, September 26, 2005, pp. 24-25
  158. What We Have to Lose
    The American Conservative, October 10, 2005, pp. 14-18
  159. What We have to Lose
    City Journal, Autumn 2001, pp. 74-83
  160. When Crime Hits Home...
    ...pretensions fall away---even in France
    National Review, December 8, 2003, pp. 29-30
  161. Urbanities
    Why Havana Had to Die
    City Journal, Summer 2002, pp. 92-99
  162. A Wiser Holland
    The Dutch, mugged by reality, toughen up on radical Islam
    National Review, January 30, 2006, pp. 32-33
  163. Wrong from Head to Toe
    A ridiculous and ominous decision in Britain
    National Review, March 28, 2005, pp. 30-33
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