The American Enterprise Archives
The American Enterprise • 10 Years, 68 Issues, 2,217 Articles, 5,684pp
September 1999 Issue - 37 Articles
- Bird's Eye, pp. 4-5
Scouting for Fathers.
- Sidelights, pp. 6-7
Woodschlock Phonies. Intelligent Toilets. Serial Killers against Spike Lee.
- Scan: Short News and Commentary, pp. 8-17
Jeff Gordon, the New Face of NASCAR. Bloodless Horror. Dinosaur Mysteries Solved. Forme...
- "Live" with TAE, pp. 18-23
His Father, Monica Lewinsky, Childraising, and Political Entanglements.
- A Father to the End, pp. 24-27
His Own Five Children Weren't Enough; So He Went to the Ghetto for More.
- An L.A. Dad Discovers Idaho Fatherhood, pp. 28-30
A Big-City Father--and His Son--Learn New Tricks from Their Rural Counterparts.
- Defining Daddy Down, pp. 31-34
Has the Fatherhood Movement Lost Its Way?
- The Case against Androgynous Marriage, pp. 35-39
Innate Sexual Differences Define and Strengthen Marriage--and Are Ignored at Its Peril.
- Daughters Need Fathers Too, p. 40
Strong Father-Daughter Bonds Build up Young Women and Keep Down the Welfare State.
- Fatherhood Is Not for Wimps, pp. 41-45
Becoming a Father Should Not Mean Giving Up Your Masculinity, But Rather Fulfilling It.
- The Army Knows Best, pp. 46-47
The Army Turns a Street Punk into One Tough Cop.
- A Father at Columbine, pp. 48-50
"I Pray for the Best but Accept That There Is a Good Chance Nathan Is Dead."
- Transatlantic Fatherhood, pp. 51-52
Can Moving to Switzerland Actually Give Your Children an American Childhood, Circa 1960?
- The Riches of a Poor Father, p. 53
The Secret of a Poor Man's Heroic Sacrifices for His Family.
- The Shocking Truth about Gun Shows, pp. 54-57
Behind the Scenes at a New York Gun Show.
- A Liberal Democrat's Lament, pp. 58-60
Gun Control Is Racist, Sexist, and Classist, Insists a Humphrey Democrat.
Moms, Cops, and Voters against Gun Control
- Marksmanship Kept My Son out of Trouble, p. 61
- Armed Citizens Stop Criminals and Help Cops , p. 62
- How to Count Votes on Gun Control , pp. 63-65
- False Images, pp. 66-67
How Today's Movies Distort and Denigrate the Past.
- Planting Wolves, pp. 68-70
Environmentalists Can Set Wolves Free, But Somebody Has to Pay the Price.
- In Real Life: First-Person America, p. 71
Father Montgomery Brown Ponders His Adopted Child's Route to Her New Home.
- Social Security Watch, pp. 72-73
Private Retirement Accounts Are a Multicultural Success.
- Economist, p. 74
Pop Economist Lester Thurow Gives Up Reagan-bashing for Market-boosting.
- Enterprising, pp. 75-76
The U.S. Tax Code.
- Hollywood Report, p. 77
Steve Lobs Is Changing the World One Pixel at a Time.
- Flashback, pp. 78-79
The John Wilkes Booth of Poetry: Edgar Lee Masters.
[+] Fear of a Colored Future (Review) , p. 80
Intended Consequences, by Donald T. Critchlow
- Intended Consequences by Donald T. Critchlow
[+] Born to be Wild (Review) , p. 81
Outlaw Machine, by Brock Yates
- Outlaw Machine by Brock Yates
[+] The Liar (Review) , p. 82
No One Left to Lie to, by Christopher Hitchens
- No One Left to Lie to by Christopher Hitchens
[+] When Did Liberalism Go Bad? (Review) , p. 83
After Liberalism, by Paul E. Gottfried
- After Liberalism by Paul E. Gottfried
[+] Of Irish Clerks & Black Chemists (Review) , p. 84
The Economics and Politics of Race, by Thomas Sowell
- The Economics and Politics of Race by Thomas Sowell
- The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 85-89
America the Civic-Minded...More Bang for Your Surplus Buck...Ignoble Savages...Vodka, C...
- Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 90-93
The Family Dinner Hour. A Father's Duty. Guns and Violence.
- The Mail, pp. 94-95
The Air Force Academy Is Doing Great. Annapolis Is Not. How to Fix Health Care.
- Last Gasp, pp. 96-98
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