The Claremont Review of Books Archives
The Claremont Review of Books • 11 Years, 32 Issues, 803 Articles, 1,872pp
Fall 2000 Issue - 10 Articles
- In Defense of Constitutional Democracy, p. 3
New calls to abolish the Electoral College system are simple, appealing, and a threat t...
[+] Who's Sorry Now? (2 Reviews) , p. 4
Bill Clinton is proud of his impeachment because he thinks he saved the Constitution. N...
- Feeling Your Pain by James Bovard
- Sellout by David P. Schippers and Alan P. Henry
- Did Tocqueville Understand America?, p. 5
A new edition of Democracy in America revives thoughts of aristocracy in a decidedly de...
[+] Gray Matter on Green Affairs (2 Reviews) , p. 6
Environmentalism is too important to be left to the environmentalists. Conservatives ne...
- Hard Green by Peter Huber
- Conservation Reconsidered by Charles T. Rubin
[+] Can We Talk? (Review) , p. 7
In his new book, Peter Levine sees an America in which moral dialogue is at the forefro...
- The New Progressive Era by Peter Levine
[+] A New Birth of Freedom (Review) , pp. 8-9
More than 40 years ago, Harry V. Jaffa published Crisis of the House Divided, his now-c...
- A New Birth of Freedom by Harry V. Jaffa
[+] Recipes for Anarchy (2 Reviews) , pp. 10-11
Secession is back in vogue among certain libertarians and traditionalists.
- States' Rights and the Union by Forrest McDonald
- When in the Course of Human Events by Charles Adams
[+] Forced into Gory Lincoln Revisionism (Review) , pp. 12-13
The Left doesn't much care for the Great Emancipator, either.
- Forced Into Glory by Lerone Bennett, Jr.
- Music Philosophy and Generation Y, p. 14
A few reasons to be hopeful amidst the flotsam and jetsam of popular culture.
- Wine With Lunch, pp. 14-16
The fruit of the vine can induce the fruit of benefaction, and who's opposed to that?