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New Jersey and the Death of Rockefeller Republicanism
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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 30 Issues, 1,186 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 6 Issues, 249 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1995 Issue = 37 Articles
        1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
        2. Sidelights by Elmer Fudd and Bill Clinton, p. 7
        3. Scan, pp. 8-15
        4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-20
        5. Two Views, pp. 21-22
        6. "Live" with TAE by Phil Gramm, pp. 23-27
        7. America at Midnight by William J. Bennett, pp. 28-32
        8. Sex, Families, Race, Poverty, Welfare: A Symposium by Walter Williams, p. 33
        9.  ---  by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, p. 33
        10.  ---  by Lee Rainwater, p. 33
        11.  ---  by Charles Murray, p. 34
        12.  ---  by Glenn Loury, p. 34
        13.  ---  by Sen. Joe Lieberman, p. 35
        14.  ---  by Mickey Kaus, p. 35
        15.  ---  by George Gilder, p. 36
        16.  ---  by Eugene Genovese, p. 37
        17.  ---  by Martin Anderson, p. 37
        18. The Summer of '65 by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 38-41
        19. The View from 1999 by Marvin Olasky, pp. 42-48
        20. Rebirth of the Maternity Home by George Liebmann, pp. 49-55
        21. Rescue the Perishing by Louis M. Nanni, pp. 56-60
        22. Making America Sick? by Carolyn Weaver, pp. 61-64
        23. Pariahs, pp. 65-72
        24. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating, pp. 73-74
        25. Journal: The Daily Work of Americans, pp. 75-78
        26. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 79-82
        27. The Economist, pp. 83-85
        28. Flashback by William Cullen Bryant, p. 86
        29. [+]
          Touch Colleens by Florence King, p. 87 - 1 Review
          1. The Kennedy Women by Laurence Leamer
        30. [+]
          Wild Sam by George Garrett, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. If They Move . . . Kill 'Em! by David Weddle
        31. [+]
          Congressman: Go Home by Barber B. Conable, Jr., p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. Home Style by Richard F. Fenno, Jr.
        32. [+]
          Nixon's Ghost by Eugene McCarthy, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. Nixon Reconsidered by Joan Hoff
        33. [+]
          We're Off to Slay the Wizard by John McClaughry, pp. 91-93 - 1 Review
          1. Arrogant Capital by Kevin Phillips
        34. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 94-100
        35. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 101-111
        36. Biograph/Names in the News, pp. 112-114
        37. Cover by Marc Mongeau
      2. [+]
        March 1995 Issue = 40 Articles
        1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-5
        2. Sidelights, pp. 6-7
        3. Scan, pp. 8-15
        4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-20
        5. Two Views, pp. 21-22
        6. "Live" with TAE by George Allen, pp. 23-26
        7. States to D.C.: Don't Tread on Me by Russell Hittinger, pp. 27-33
        8. Republican Matadors by Michael Barone, pp. 34-36
        9. Think Small by Bill Kauffman, pp. 37-41
        10. Conservatives in Liberalism's Front Parlor by Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr., p. 42
        11. Cuomo Democrats Lose Their Blue Collars by George J. Marlin, p. 43
        12. Voters Throw a Party---Out by John Fund, pp. 43-44
        13. Conservatives Struggle in the Stony Fields of New England by Larry Overlan, p. 45
        14. Making Americans: Immigration Policy for a Post-Industrial Economy by Barry R. Chiswick, pp. 46-50
        15. Melting Pot Blues by Stanley Crouch, pp. 51-55
        16. Asian Americans Head for Politics by John J. Miller, pp. 56-58
        17. Hollywood Makes Room for Religion by Michael Medved, pp. 59-64
        18. Still a Long Way to Go by Ben Stein, p. 65
        19. Paths to Freedom: Democracy or Markets? by Jose Luis Sardon, p. 66
        20. Venezuela: Democratic and Floundering by Carlos Ball, p. 67
        21. Markets or Elections by Bruce Bartlett and Roman Lyniuk, p. 68
        22. Democracy and Development by Jagdish Bhagwati, pp. 69-70
        23. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating, pp. 71-73
        24. Block and Tackle a Hostile Culture. by Doug Glant, p. 74
        25. Stepped on by State Mandates. by Blake Hurst, p. 75
        26. The Neighborhood outside Her Patrol Car. by Gaye Wagner, p. 76
        27. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 77-79
        28. The Economist, pp. 80-82
        29. Flashback, p. 83
        30. [+]
          The Hubris and the Glory by Frederick Turner, p. 84 - 1 Review
          1. Pale Blue Dot by Carl Sagan
        31. [+]
          A Cabal of Smarties by Brock Yates, p. 85 - 1 Review
          1. On the Edge by Elizabeth Drew
        32. [+]
          Pistol-packin' Comics by Scott Walter, pp. 86-88 - 2 Reviews
          1. All the Trouble in the World by P.J. O'Rourke
          2. The Florence King Reader by Calvert Morgan and Florence King
        33. [+]
          He Said, She Said by Joan Kennedy Taylor, pp. 89-90 - 1 Review
          1. Strange Justice by Jane Mayer and Jill Abramson
        34. Authors: Literary Lives by Florence King, p. 91
        35. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 92-99
        36. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 100-109
        37. The Mail, p. 110
        38. Biograph, p. 111
        39. Names in the News, pp. 112-114
        40. Cover Illustration by James Bennett
      3. [+]
        May 1995 Issue = 47 Articles
        1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
        2. Sidelights, p. 7
        3. Scan, pp. 8-15
        4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-20
        5. Two Views, pp. 21-22
        6. "Live" with TAE by Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich, pp. 23-27
        7. Death of an Officer by Gaye Wagner, pp. 28-31
        8. Crime Solutions: 18 Things We Can Now Do to Fight Back by John DiIulio, p. 32
        9. Save the Drug Babies by Paul Logli, p. 33
        10. Get Control of Juvenile Terrorists by Ed Koch, p. 34
        11. Reduce Serious Crime by Restoring Order by George Kelling, pp. 35-36
        12. Just Take Away Criminals' Guns by James Q. Wilson, p. 37
        13. Get More Guns Into Law Abiding Pockets by Dave Kopel, p. 38
        14. Go to the People by John Carlson, p. 39
        15. Retrieve the Death Penalty from Symbolism by John J. DiIulio, Jr., p. 40
        16. Close the Habeas Corpus Loophope by Kent Scheidegger, p. 41
        17. Radically Narrow the Exclusionary Rule... by George Dentes, pp. 42-43
        18. ...Or Get Rid of It Altogether by Jagdish Bhagwati, p. 44
        19. Open Up Juries by Joseph DiGenova, p. 45
        20. Hiring Police and Building Prisons Pays Off by Steven Levitt, p. 46
        21. There Is No Alternative to Building More Prisons by Richard Willard, pp. 46-47
        22. Run Prisons Differently by Charles Logan, p. 48
        23. Use Drug Tests to Reduce Demand for Narcotics by James Q. Wilson, p. 49
        24. Control, Track, and Lock Up Sex Predators by Marc Klaas, p. 50
        25. Fight Back Personally by Jeffrey R. Snyder, p. 51
        26. Runaway Judge by Blake Hurst, pp. 52-56
        27. Taking the Law into Shangri-la by Hadley Arkes, pp. 57-59
        28. Curbing Our Undemocratic Courts by Roger Clegg, pp. 60-63
        29. Solzhenitsyn at Home by Edward E. Ericson, Jr., pp. 64-69
        30. Feminists and Dysfunctional Families by Katherine Dalton, pp. 70-75
        31. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 76-77
        32. His Battle with Destructive Unionism. by Doug Glant, p. 78
        33. Two Daughters in Tears, Glimpses the End of Childhood. by Blake Hurst, pp. 78-79
        34. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 80-82
        35. The Economist, pp. 83-85
        36. Flashback, pp. 86-87
        37. [+]
          Monster Mao by John Aird, pp. 88-89 - 1 Review
          1. The Private Life of Chairman Mao by Li Zhi-Sui
        38. [+]
          Mr. Independent by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. The Revolt of the Elites, and the Betrayal of Democracy by Christopher Lasch
        39. [+]
          Endless Summer by Brian Doherty, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. The Nearest Faraway Place by Timothy White
        40. [+]
          The Fugitive by Madison Jones, pp. 91-92 - 1 Review
          1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
        41. Authors: Literary Lives by Florence King, p. 93
        42. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 94-99
        43. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data by Hillary Rodham Clinton, pp. 100-109
        44. The Mail, p. 110
        45. Biograph, p. 111
        46. Names in the News, pp. 112-114
        47. Cover Photograph by Tony Stone Images
      4. [+]
        July 1995 Issue = 41 Articles
        1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
        2. Sidelights, p. 7
        3. Scan, pp. 8-15
        4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 16-18
        5. Two Views, pp. 19-21
        6. "Live" with TAE by Arlen Specter, pp. 22-27
        7. Socialism: Dead or Alive? by David Horowitz, John O'Sullivan, and Eric Breindel, ..., pp. 28-35
        8. Marxism and Me by Marvin Olasky, pp. 36-38
        9. Control Freaks by Ben Stein, pp. 39-40
        10. Socialism Lives by John Judis, p. 41
        11. Can American Farmers Survive without Subsidies? by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 42-44
        12. One Option for Small Farmers by Katherine Dalton, pp. 45-50
        13. The Last Farm Bill? by Tim Penny, pp. 51-52
        14. Enviro-Socialism by Karl Hess, Jr., pp. 53-54
        15. "From Red to Green" by David Horowitz, pp. 55-56
        16. The Three Competing Plans. by Jeffrey Taylor, pp. 57-58
        17. The National Sales Tax Fantasy. by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 59-60
        18. The Circuitous Origins of the Flat Tax., pp. 61-62
        19. The Flat Income Tax That's Actually a Progressive Levy on Consumption. by Robert E. Hall and Alvin Rabushka, pp. 63-65
        20. That Dick Armey's Best Idea Is to End withholding. by Grover Norquist, p. 66
        21. A Case for the Nunn-Domenici Consumption Tax. by Murray Weidenbaum, p. 67
        22. What Americans Are Looking for in Tax Reform. by Frank Luntz, pp. 68-69
        23. Clinton's Terrifying Response to Terror by David Kopel, pp. 70-73
        24. The Danger in Idaho by Ben Stein, p. 74
        25. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Vaclav Klaus, p. 75
        26. A Worthwhile Struggle by James D. Jameson, p. 76
        27. Furnishing a Hope With Old Live by Mary Elizabeth, pp. 76-77
        28. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 78-81
        29. Business Welfare, pp. 82-83
        30. The Economist, pp. 84-86
        31. Flashback, p. 87
        32. [+]
          Red, Not White and Blue by Richard Grenier, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. The Secret World of American Communism by Harvey Klehr, John Earl Haynes, and Fridrikh I. Firsov, ...
        33. [+]
          The Right's Favorite Marxist by Katherine Dalton, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. The Southern Front by Eugene D. Genovese
        34. [+]
          Migrant Headache by Richard Estrada, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. Alien Nation by Peter Brimelow
        35. [+]
          Green White by Jesse Walker, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. The War Against the Greens by David Helvarg
        36. [+]
          God and Liberty by Allan Carlson, pp. 91-93 - 1 Review
          1. The Holy Earth by Liberty Hyde Bailey
        37. Authors: Literary Lives, p. 94
        38. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 95-100
        39. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 101-110
        40. The Mail: Letters on Law and Order, George Allen, and Affirmative Action. by George Allen, pp. 111-114
        41. Cover illustration: City Building by Thomas Hart Benton
      5. [+]
        September 1995 Issue = 50 Articles
        1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-5
        2. Sidelights, p. 6
        3. Scan, pp. 7-17
        4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-20
        5. A Case for Censorship. by Irving Kristol, p. 21
        6. He's Cracked. by Jack Valenti, pp. 21-23
        7. From Underclass to Working Class by James Payne, pp. 24-28
        8. The State of Wisconsin Has Big Plans to End Welfare and Substitute Jobs Instead. by William Eggers and John O'Leary, pp. 29-30
        9. The Mormon Church Has Been Running Such a System for Decades. by Ralph Hardy, pp. 31-32
        10. African Americans and the Entrepreneurial Gap by Dinesh D'Souza and Tony Brown, p. 33
        11. Family Responsibilities Can't Be Managed Like Business Commitments. by Nancy Pearcey, p. 34
        12. Too Many Americans Go to College. by Leon Podles, p. 35
        13. Kids Who Don't Take to Schooling to Go into Business Instead. by Steve Mariotti, p. 36
        14. Child Labor. by Hannah Lapp, p. 37
        15. She Had Gone to Work Instead of University. by Florence King, p. 38
        16. Work Is Gobbling Up Other Worthwhile Undertakings. by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, pp. 39-40
        17. A Big Choice. by William Galston, pp. 41-42
        18. How Hard Are You Working? by John Robinson and Geoffrey Godbey, p. 43
        19. Payday Mayday by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 44-48
        20. On Honoring Blackness by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., p. 49
        21. Beware of Race-Pride by Kwame Anthony Appiah, p. 50
        22. Pride and Prejudice by Dinesh D'Souza, pp. 51-54
        23. Alternative Afrocentrisms, pp. 55-58
        24. Jessie Fauset by Bill Kauffman, pp. 59-60
        25. Zora Neale Hurston by David T. Beito, pp. 61-63
        26. Unpristine Nature by Stephen Budiansky, pp. 64-66
        27. Managing Nature in South Africa by Duane Chapman, pp. 67-68
        28. Managing Nature in the Future by Frederick Turner, p. 69
        29. 100000 Prisoners and the Bomb, pp. 70-73
        30. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating, pp. 74-75
        31. The Blooming of His Small Business. by Blake Hurst, p. 76
        32. The Ghost of "Some Dude." by Gaye Wagner, p. 77
        33. A Work-and-Motherhood Collage. by Susan Olasky, p. 77
        34. An Employer Can't Do the Job of the Schools. by Doug Glant, p. 78
        35. On the Humble Nobility of the Weekend Warrior. by David Broome, p. 79
        36. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 80-81
        37. The Economist, pp. 82-83
        38. Flashback, pp. 84-85
        39. [+]
          Victorian Principles by Jean Bethke Elshtain, p. 86 - 1 Review
          1. The De-Moralization of Society by Gertrude Himmelfarb
        40. [+]
          Terrible Ted by Nick Gillespie, p. 87 - 1 Review
          1. Citizen Turner by Robert Goldberg and Gerald Jay Goldberg
        41. [+]
          Smash Your Mainframe? by Eric Marti, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. Rebels Against the Future by Kirkpatrick Sale
        42. [+]
          Who's Sorry Now? by Mark Lagon, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. In Retrospect by Robert S. McNamara and Brian VanDeMark
        43. [+]
          Calvin at Sea by Paul Gottfried, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. Billy Budd and Other Stories by Herman Melville
        44. Authors: Literary Lives by Florence King, pp. 92-93
        45. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 94-99
        46. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 100-108
        47. The Mail, pp. 109-110
        48. Biograph, p. 111
        49. Names in the News, pp. 112-114
        50. Cover Illustration by Joe Fleming
      6. [+]
        November 1995 Issue = 34 Articles
        1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6
        2. Sidelights, p. 7
        3. Scan, pp. 8-17
        4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-21
        5. Two Views by Abraham Foxman, pp. 22-23
        6. Religious Conservatives Up Close I, pp. 24-28
        7. A Professor's Transformation by Glenn Loury, pp. 29-30
        8. The Synagogue by the Sea by Michael Medved, pp. 31-34
        9. Religious Conservatives Up Close II, pp. 35-38
        10. Christianity for Real Men by William Mattox, Jr., pp. 39-42
        11. Major League Champion of Family Values by Dale Buss, pp. 43-47
        12. Religious Conservatives Up Close III, pp. 48-52
        13. Fundamentally Confused by Edward Ericson, Jr., pp. 53-54
        14. From Bad to Better by Dale Buss, pp. 55-57
        15. The Parallel Universe, pp. 58-61
        16. Religious Conservatives Up Close IV, pp. 62-66
        17. The Case for a Religious Liberty Amendment by Michael McConnell, pp. 67-69
        18. The Orthodox Alliance by Fred Barnes, pp. 70-71
        19. Return from Decadence? by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 72-73
        20. Religious Conservatives Up Close V, pp. 74-78
        21. A Nobel-Winning Economist Notes Religion's Importance., p. 79
        22. America's Political Founders Do Likewise., pp. 80-81
        23. Details a Day in the Life of a Home School. by Holly Kinch, p. 82
        24. Battles Moral Crisis, and State Discrimination, at a Black Catholic High School. by Brother Bob Smith, pp. 83-84
        25. Flashback by Dorothy Day, pp. 85-86
        26. [+]
          Holocaustism Versus God by Mayer Schiller, p. 87 - 1 Review
          1. Why Should Jews Survive? by Michael Goldberg
        27. [+]
          The Pinstriped Priesthood by John McCaughry, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. The Confidence Game by Steven Solomon
        28. [+]
          The Critical Liberal by David Boaz, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. Big Babies by Michael E. Kinsley
        29. [+]
          Davidians vs. Goliath by Carol Moore, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. The Ashes of Waco by Dick J. Reavis
        30. [+]
          Not Natural by Scott Walter, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Virtually Normal by Andrew Sullivan
        31. Author, Author! by Florence King, pp. 92-93
        32. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 94-100
        33. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 101-109
        34. The Mail, pp. 110-114
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      Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 263 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1997 = 6 Issues, 242 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1998 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1999 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
          2. [+]
            Issues of the 2000s = 5 Years, 38 Issues, 1,031 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 2000 = 8 Issues, 216 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 2001 = 8 Issues, 219 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 2002 = 8 Issues, 228 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 2003 = 7 Issues, 180 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 2004 = 7 Issues, 188 Articles