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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 30 Issues, 1,186 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 6 Issues, 249 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 263 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1997 = 6 Issues, 242 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1998 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
            1. [+]
              January 1998 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
              2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
              3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
              4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
              5. "Live" with TAE by Clint Eastwood, pp. 20-25
              6. The Year in Review by P.J. O'Rourke, Christopher Hitchens, and Kate O'Beirne, ..., pp. 26-29
              7. Cold Water on Today's Prophets of Glee. by Joel Kotkin and David Friedman, pp. 30-34
              8. He Wouldn't Trade America's Problems for Any Other Country's. by Ben Wattenberg, pp. 35-37
              9. Gen X Is Ok, Part I by Edward E. Ericson, Jr., pp. 38-41
              10. Gen X Is Ok, Part II by Diana J. Schaub, pp. 42-45
              11. No, Gen X Is Not Ok by Peter Sacks, pp. 46-48
              12. An Intimate Profile of Generation X by Kristi Lockhart Keil, pp. 49-51
              13. Sex Codes on Campus by Arthur Levine and Jeanne Cureton, p. 52
              14. Growing Respect for Saving Sex by William Mattox, Jr., p. 53
              15. The Girls of Gen X by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead and Christina Hoff Sommers, ..., pp. 54-59
              16. Welfare to Work: Theory Meets Reality by Aaron Steelman, pp. 60-63
              17. How Churches Are Weaning People from Welfare by Amy L. Sherman, pp. 64-68
              18. Bring in the Moralists by Robert L. Woodson, Sr. and William Schambra, pp. 69-71
              19. ...and Make Sure Welfare Is Unappealing by Charles Murray, pp. 72-73
              20. Wrestles Calves in a Classic Western Ritual. by Hendrik Mills, p. 74
              21. A Talented, Conservative Gen X Daughter. by Blake Hurst, p. 75
              22. The Economist, pp. 76-79
              23. Flashback, pp. 80-81
              24. [+]
                All the Presidents' Ventriloquists by Theodore Pappas, p. 82 - 1 Review
                1. All the Presidents' Words by Carol Gelderman
              25. [+]
                Friedrich and Ayn's Kids by Aaron Steelman, p. 83 - 1 Review
                1. Bringing the Market Back in by John L. Kelley
              26. [+]
                The Village's Voice by Nicholas Stix, p. 84 - 1 Review
                1. Speaking Freely by Nat Hentoff
              27. [+]
                Viper Killer by George Hunka, pp. 84-85 - 1 Review
                1. Generation of Vipers by Philip Wylie
              28. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 86-90
              29. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 91-94
              30. The Mail, pp. 95-98
              31. Cover Photographs by Tony Stone Images
            2. [+]
              March 1998 Issue = 30 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
              2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
              3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
              4. "Live" with TAE by Trace Adkins, Bill Anderson, Eddy Arnold, and Gary Chapman, ..., pp. 18-21
              5. Norman Rockwell - Great American Artist? by Karal Ann Marling, pp. 22-27
              6. Why the Elite Media Don't Understand America by Joel Kotkin and David Friedman, pp. 28-33
              7. Nashville Rides a Wave by Philip Langdon, pp. 34-39
              8. Why Do Boom Towns Boom? by Richard Miniter, pp. 40-43
              9. A Tennessee Political Ramble by Bill Kauffman, pp. 44-47
              10. The Land of Hip Religion by Scott Walter, pp. 48-51
              11. The Battle for Country Music's Soul by John Meroney, pp. 52-59
              12. Back to Basics by Evan Gahr, pp. 60-63
              13. Welfare Reform Showcase by Martin Morse Wooster, pp. 64-67
              14. Car Town by Blake Hurst and Julie Hurst, pp. 68-71
              15. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating, pp. 72-73
              16. The Joy of Hockey. by Mayer Schiller, p. 74
              17. Having an Eighth Child Turns His Family into Celebrities. by Richard Kinch, p. 74
              18. The Remorseless Mr. Boone. by Ray Wisher, p. 75
              19. The Economist, pp. 76-77
              20. Flashback, pp. 78-79
              21. [+]
                The Proligate and the Puritan by Richard Norton Smith, p. 80 - 2 Reviews
                1. Daniel Webster: The Man and His Time by Robert V. Remini
                2. John Quincy Adams: A Public Life, A Private Life by Paul C. Nagel
              22. [+]
                Architects Behaving Badly by Philip Langdon, p. 81 - 1 Review
                1. Shaping a Nation by Carter Wiseman
              23. [+]
                Were our Founders Hypocrites? by Daniel Mahoney, p. 82 - 1 Review
                1. Vindicating the Founders by Thomas G. West
              24. [+]
                The Clausewitz of the Culture Wars by Paul Cantor, p. 83 - 1 Review
                1. Literature Lost by John M. Ellis
              25. [+]
                A Long Path to Localism by Paul Gottfried, pp. 84-85 - 1 Review
                1. Downsizing the U.S.A by Thomas H. Naylor and William H. Willimon
              26. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 86-90
              27. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 91-94
              28. The Mail, p. 95
              29. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
              30. Cover photograph by Mark Tucker
            3. [+]
              May 1998 Issue = 37 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
              2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
              3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
              4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
              5. "Live" with TAE by Randall Wallace, pp. 20-25
              6. The Problem with Day Care by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 26-44
              7. Discovering Motherhood by Iris Krasnow, pp. 45-49
              8. Families Who Put Their Kids before Their Jobs and Survived, Even Thrived. by Evan Gahr, p. 50
              9. The Boom in Home Businesses - and What's Needed to Encourage This Family-Friendly Trend. by Richard Miniter, pp. 51-52
              10. Tax Policies That Support At-Home Parenting. by Maggie Gallagher, p. 53
              11. Pols Who Sniff at Moms Like Her. by Suzy Ryan, p. 54
              12. How a Free-Market Economist Learned That the Market Can't Provide Mothering. by Jennifer Roback Morse, pp. 55-57
              13. Cracks In Asia's Berlin Hall, p. 58
              14. Look Who's Declining Now by Leon Hadar, p. 59
              15. End of the Asian Model? by Lawrence Lindsey, p. 60
              16. Keep the Baby, Dump the Bathwater by Bruce Bartlett, p. 61
              17. Why Softening the Blow is a Mistake by James K. Glassman, p. 62
              18. Gravy Trains Don't Run On Time by William Safire, p. 63
              19. The Third Rail of Politics Switches Sides by Michael Barone, p. 64
              20. A Chance to Improve by Fareed Zakaria, pp. 64-67
              21. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Paul Johnson, pp. 68-69
              22. Catches a .38 Caliber Hollowpoint Bullet. by Ray Wisher, p. 70
              23. Incompetent Road Warriors. by Blake Hurst, pp. 70-71
              24. Enterprising, pp. 72-73
              25. The Economist, pp. 74-76
              26. Flashback, p. 77
              27. Hollywood Report, pp. 78-79
              28. [+]
                Shamelot by R.W. Bradford, p. 80 - 1 Review
                1. The Dark Side of Camelot by Seymour M. Hersh
              29. [+]
                The Maestro Dunnit by Richard Kostelanetz, p. 81 - 1 Review
                1. Who Killed Classical Music? by Norman Lebrecht
              30. [+]
                No Keepin' 'Em on the Farm Once They've Seen Parris by John Hillen, p. 82 - 1 Review
                1. Making the Corps by Thomas E. Ricks
              31. [+]
                Inside the Underclass by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 83 - 1 Review
                1. The Corner by David Simon and Edward Burns
              32. [+]
                When Men Were Men by Michael Platt, p. 84 - 1 Review
                1. Shane by Jack Schaefer
              33. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
              34. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
              35. The Mail, pp. 94-95
              36. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
              37. Cover photography by Stuart McClymont
            4. [+]
              July 1998 Issue = 39 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
              2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
              3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
              4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
              5. Two Views by Henry Rowen and James Lilley, pp. 20-21
              6. "Live" with TAE by Pat Buchanan, pp. 22-25
              7. A Chinese Century? by Joel Kotkin, pp. 26-28
              8. China Will Bloom by Murray Weidenbaum, pp. 29-30
              9. Our China Problem by Pat Buchanan, pp. 31-33
              10. Dragon Droop by Mark Groombridge, pp. 34-35
              11. China's Foolish Miracle by P.J. O'Rourke, p. 36
              12. Why China Won't Become a Superpower Anytime Soon by Christopher Lingle, pp. 37-39
              13. The Chinese Military Threat by Arthur Waldron, pp. 40-43
              14. Don't Overestimate China's Power by Daniel Burstein and Arne de Keijzer, pp. 44-49
              15. Are the Chinese Ready for Liberty? by Steven Mosher, pp. 50-53
              16. China's New Population Problem by Nicholas Eberstadt, pp. 54-56
              17. 1998 America: Triumphant? Or in Trouble? by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, pp. 57-59
              18. Response by Edward E. Ericson, Jr., p. 60
              19.  ---  by John O'Sullivan, p. 61
              20.  ---  by Mark Steyn, p. 62
              21.  ---  by John Lukacs, p. 63
              22.  ---  by David Aikman, p. 64
              23.  ---  by Michael Novak, p. 65
              24. The Cure for Multiple Shootings by John Lott, pp. 66-67
              25. How Washington Killed Affordable Housing by John Norquist, pp. 68-70
              26. Raising Two Daughters Has Sapped His Attraction to Ayn Rand. by Blake Hurst, p. 71
              27. Human Gold in Junkyards. by Dale Anema, p. 72
              28. Enterprising, p. 73
              29. The Economist by Ramesh Ponnuru, pp. 74-75
              30. Flashback, pp. 76-77
              31. Hollywood Report, pp. 78-79
              32. [+]
                Thoroughly Modern Adolf by Mark Falcoff, pp. 80-81 - 1 Review
                1. The Hitler of History by John Lukacs
              33. [+]
                Salve to Guilt by Evan Gahr, p. 82 - 1 Review
                1. Slaves in the Family by Edward Ball
              34. [+]
                Advertising Revolution by Alan Pell Crawford, pp. 82-83 - 1 Review
                1. The Conquest of Cool by Thomas Frank
              35. [+]
                He Had a Dream by Eli Lehrer, p. 84 - 1 Review
                1. The Vision of Piers Plowman by William Langland and A.V.C. Schmidt
              36. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
              37. Opinion Pulse, pp. 90-93
              38. The Mail, pp. 94-95
              39. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
            5. [+]
              September 1998 Issue = 39 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye by Robert Royal, pp. 4-7
              2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
              3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
              4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
              5. "Live" with TAE by Paul Johnson, pp. 20-23
              6. Cities Need Leaders by Joel Kotkin, pp. 24-27
              7. Where Business and Philanthropy Flourish by Michael Barone, pp. 28-29
              8. The Phony War between Science & Religion by Frederick Turner, pp. 30-33
              9. Not a Chance by Dean Overman, pp. 34-37
              10. The Materialist Superstition by George Gilder, pp. 38-42
              11. Deadly Social Engineering by Daniel Mahoney, pp. 43-44
              12. How "Scientific" Materialism Eroded Freedom by John G. West, pp. 45-46
              13. The Curious Affair of Carl Sagan and E.T. by Peter Augustine Lawler, pp. 47-49
              14. Medicine for Body and Soul by Evan Gahr, pp. 50-52
              15. Can a Scientist Believe in God? by Brendan Miniter, pp. 53-54
              16. The Heroic Promise of the Revolution in Genetics. by Clarisa Long, pp. 55-56
              17. How to Copy Sheep - and Why Not to Copy People. by Ian Wilmut, pp. 57-58
              18. Fleeing Science and Reason by Christina Hoff Sommers, p. 59
              19. How to Win Arguments and Delude People by Disguising Your Opinion as Science. by Stephen L. Carter, p. 60
              20. I.Q. and the Left by Ronald Bailey, p. 61
              21. NASA Must Go. by Richard Miniter, pp. 62-64
              22. Where a Giant Government Bureaucracy Has Failed, X Programs Could Succeed. by Jerry Pournelle, pp. 65-66
              23. The Early Apollo Program Succeeded Thanks to Its Happy Band of Brothers. by Charles Murray and Catherine Bly Cox, p. 67
              24. Sciences vs. Humanities in School by Eli Lehrer, pp. 68-70
              25. Saving Lives with Penicillin - and DDT. by Joseph J. Jacobs, p. 71
              26. Better Farming Through Chemicals. by Blake Hurst, pp. 71-72
              27. The Economist by Kevin Hassett, pp. 73-74
              28. Flashback, p. 75
              29. Hollywood Report, pp. 76-77
              30. [+]
                Money is the Root of All Art by Paul Cantor, p. 78 - 1 Review
                1. In Praise of Commercial Culture by Tyler Cowen
              31. [+]
                The Modernist Prison by James Howard Kunstler, p. 79 - 1 Review
                1. Architecture: Choice or Fate by Leon Krier
              32. [+]
                Rocket Men by Brian Doherty, p. 80 - 1 Review
                1. The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Of by Thomas M. Disch
              33. [+]
                Check Out That Mainframe! by Eli Lehrer, p. 81 - 1 Review
                1. Machine Beauty by David H. Gelernter
              34. [+]
                This Perfect Hell by Ralph Raico, pp. 82-84 - 1 Review
                1. This Perfect Day by Ira Levin
              35. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
              36. Opinion Pulse, pp. 90-94
              37. The Mail, p. 95
              38. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
              39. Cover by Tony Stone Images
            6. [+]
              November 1998 Issue = 40 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-7
              2. Sidelights, pp. 8-9
              3. Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 10-17
              4. Indicators: Numbers Etc., pp. 18-19
              5. "Live" with TAE by Leonard Garment, pp. 20-23
              6. The Greatest Story Never Told by Deroy Murdock, pp. 24-27
              7. The Strangely Fragile Black Middle Class by Richard Miniter, pp. 28-35
              8. "We Want to Depend on Ourselves" by Eli Lehrer, pp. 36-37
              9. Out of the Box by Bill Kauffman, pp. 38-41
              10. The Rise of the Black Independent by Andrew Peyton Thomas, pp. 42-47
              11. When Race Matters, and When It Doesn't by Marvin Olasky, p. 48
              12.  ---  by Hendrik Mills, p. 49
              13.  ---  by Michael Lynch, p. 50
              14.  ---  by Dinesh D'Souza, pp. 51-53
              15. The Hate That Dare Not Speak Its Name by Ying Ma, pp. 54-56
              16. A Deadly Mix by Hendrik Mills, pp. 57-59
              17. The Fix by Nina Shokraii Rees, pp. 60-61
              18. Bulworthless by Evan Gahr, pp. 62-64
              19. What Clinton's Year-Long Rap on Race Left Out by Larry Elder, p. 65
              20. Be Fair to All the Disadvantaged by Edward I Koch, p. 66
              21. The Racism Industry by Jonetta Rose Barras, p. 66
              22. Black America's True Heroes by John Sibley Butler, p. 67
              23. Start with Individuals by Nat Hentoff, p. 68
              24. The Preference Problem by Linda Chavez, p. 68
              25. Don't Ignore Religion by John J. DiIulio, Jr., p. 69
              26. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois, pp. 70-72
              27. A Searing Meeting of the Minds at a Hotel Bar. by Dale Anema, p. 73
              28. His Far-Out Business. by Michael Casper, p. 74
              29. The Economist, pp. 75-77
              30. Flashback, p. 78
              31. Hollywood Report, p. 79
              32. [+]
                Calvin's Seed by John McClaughry, p. 80 - 1 Review
                1. Coolidge: An American Enigma by Robert Sobel
              33. [+]
                Texas-Sized Liar by David Kopel, p. 81 - 1 Review
                1. Flawed Giant by Robert Dallek
              34. [+]
                Copy Cat by Nicholas Stix, p. 82 - 1 Review
                1. Plagiarism and The Culture War by Theodore Pappas
              35. [+]
                A Half-Baked Generation by Clay Waters, p. 83 - 1 Review
                1. A New Kind of Party Animal by Michele Mitchell
              36. [+]
                Con-Fusion by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 84 - 1 Review
                1. It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand by Jerome Tuccille
              37. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
              38. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
              39. The Mail, pp. 94-95
              40. Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
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            Issues of 1999 = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
          3. [+]
            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