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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1960s = 5 Years, 17 Issues, 200 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1965 = 1 Issue, 12 Articles
      1. [+]
        Fall 1965 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 3-5
        2. The Professionalization of Reform by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 6-16
        3. Technology and Unemployment by Robert M. Solow, pp. 17-26
        4. Men and Machines in Perspective by Robert L. Heilbroner, pp. 27-36
        5. The Permanent Professors by Robert A. Nisbet, pp. 37-50
        6. The Myth of the Scientific Elite by Daniel S. Greenberg, pp. 51-70
        7. Paradoxes of American Poverty by Nathan Glazer, pp. 71-81
        8. Where Welfare Falls Short by Eveline M. Burns, pp. 82-95
        9. Conservatives, Liberals and the Constitution by Martin Diamond, pp. 96-109
        10. The British Debate the Welfare State by Timothy Raison, pp. 110-118
        11. The Study of the Future by Daniel Bell, pp. 119-130
        12. Current Reading, pp. 131-136
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1966 = 4 Issues, 46 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1966 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Comment by Daniel Bell, pp. 3-9
        2. The War Against the Automobile by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 10-26
        3. The War on Cities by James Q. Wilson, pp. 27-43
        4. Contributors to this Issue, p. 44
        5. What War and Which Poverty? by Earl Raab, pp. 45-56
        6. The New Property by Charles A. Reich, pp. 57-89
        7. "Socialized Medicine" in Practice by William A. Glaser, pp. 90-106
        8. A Free Market in Education by Milton Friedman, p. 107
        9. The Negro American by Nathan Glazer, pp. 108-115
        10. Current Reading, pp. 116-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1966 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Comment by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-7
        2. On Selfish Children and Lonely Parents by Alvin L. Schorr, pp. 8-12
        3. The New Society (III) by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 13-30
        4. The Case for an Income Guarantee by James Tobin, pp. 31-41
        5. Are We a Nation of Cities? by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 42-58
        6. The Search for "Brainpower" by George C. Keller, pp. 59-69
        7. Equal Schools or Equal Students? by James S. Coleman, pp. 70-75
        8. The Trouble with Higher Education by John William Ward, pp. 76-88
        9. The Rediscovery of the Market by Charles E. Lindblom, pp. 89-100
        10. Contributors to this Issue, p. 101
        11. PPBS Comes to Washington by Virginia Held, pp. 102-115
        12. Review Essay: Marshall McLuhan by George P. Elliott, pp. 116-122
        13. Current Reading, pp. 123-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1966 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. What Is "Community Action"? by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-8
        2. A Hard Year for Economic Policy by Robert M. Solow, pp. 9-12
        3. Fathers without Children by Elliot Liebow, pp. 13-25
        4. Crime in the Streets by James Q. Wilson, pp. 26-35
        5. Is Scarcity Dead? by Kenneth E. Boulding, pp. 36-44
        6. Project Camelot by Robert A. Nisbet, pp. 45-69
        7. Liberalism and the National Idea by Samuel H. Beer, pp. 70-82
        8. The Case fo a Lottery by Eli Ginzberg, pp. 83-89
        9. The Case for a National Service System by Morris Janowitz, pp. 90-109
        10. Against a Negative Income Tax by Alvin L. Schorr, pp. 110-116
        11. A Rejoinder by James Tobin, pp. 117-119
        12. Current Reading, pp. 120-127
        13. Contributors to This Issue, p. 128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1966 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Troublesom Intellectuals by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-6
        2. The First Service Economy by Victor R. Fuchs, pp. 7-17
        3. Is The Public School Obsolete? by Christopher Jencks, pp. 18-27
        4. Corruption by James Q. Wilson, pp. 28-38
        5. The High Cost of Hospitals by Martin E. Segal, pp. 39-54
        6. White House and Whitehall by Richard E. Neustadt, pp. 55-69
        7. Ideas into Programs by Adam Yarmolinsky, pp. 70-79
        8. Suburbia and the American Dream by Bennett M. Berger, pp. 80-92
        9. Thinking Machines by George A. Miller, pp. 93-112
        10. Current Reading, pp. 113-128
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1967 = 4 Issues, 47 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1967 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. A Crisis of Confidence? by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-10
        2. The End of the Population Explosion by Donald J. Bogue, pp. 11-19
        3. Contributors to This Issue, p. 20
        4. Housing Problems and Housing Policies by Nathan Glazer, pp. 21-51
        5. Data Banks and Dossiers by Carl Kaysen, pp. 52-60
        6. Economics and Criminal Enterprise by Thomas C. Schelling, pp. 61-78
        7. The Catholics and Their Colleges (I) by Christopher Jencks and David Riesman, pp. 79-101
        8. Notes on the Post-Industrial Society (II) by Daniel Bell, pp. 102-118
        9. The Times by Clifton Daniel and Irving Kristol, pp. 119-123
        10. Current Reading, pp. 124-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1967 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Notes of a Practitioner by William Gorham, pp. 4-8
        2. HEW Grapples with PPBS by Elizabeth B. Drew, pp. 9-29
        3. The Political Economy of Efficiency by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 30-48
        4. The Catholics and Their Colleges (II) by Christopher Jencks and David Riesman, pp. 49-73
        5. Contributors to This Issue, p. 74
        6. The Future Computer Utility by Paul Baran, pp. 75-87
        7. Redefining Poverty and Redistributing Income by Victor Fuchs, pp. 88-95
        8. The Idea of Justice and the Poor by Martin Meyer, pp. 96-115
        9. The Lessons of Pruitt-Igoe by Lee Rainwater, pp. 116-126
        10. The Future of the Not-for-Profit Corporations by Bruce L.R. Smith, pp. 127-142
        11. Current Reading, pp. 143-144
      3. [+]
        Fall 1967 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Comment by Otis Dudley Duncan, pp. 3-6
        2. Contributors to This Issue, p. 7
        3. Carnegie, Ford, and Public Television by Stephen White, pp. 8-19
        4. Toward Open Schools by James S. Coleman, pp. 20-27
        5. Thoughts on the Presidency by Henry Fairlie, pp. 28-48
        6. The Americanization of Frantz Fanon by Aristide Zolberg and Vera Zolberg, pp. 49-63
        7. The Crime Commission Reports by James Q. Wilson, pp. 64-82
        8. Machine Politics by Theodore J. Lowi, pp. 83-92
        9. On the Draft, pp. 93-99
        10. Son of Affluence by Robert M. Solow, pp. 100-108
        11. Review of a Review by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 109-117
        12. A Rejoinder by Robert M. Solow, pp. 118-119
        13. Current Reading, pp. 120-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1967 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Bureaucracy Problem by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-9
        2. The Principle of the Hiding Hand by Albert O. Hirschman, pp. 10-23
        3. Notes on the Post-Industrial Society (I) by Daniel Bell, pp. 24-35
        4. The Underdeveloped Profession by Irving Kristol, pp. 36-52
        5. The Future of Teaching by William Arrowsmith, pp. 53-67
        6. Two Cultures by Richard Hofstadter, pp. 68-74
        7. Facts and Fancies about Drug Addiction by Norman E. Zinberg, pp. 75-90
        8. Experimenting with Humans by Bernard Barber, pp. 91-102
        9. The High Cost of Culture by Virginia Held, pp. 103-109
        10. Income Grants and "Dirty Work" by Herbert J. Gans, pp. 110-112
        11. On the Minimum Wage by Charles M. Lichenstein, pp. 113-115
        12. Current Reading, pp. 116-127
        13. Contributors to This Issue, p. 128
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1968 = 4 Issues, 53 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1968 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The Empty-head Blues by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 3-16
        2. Decentralization for What? by Irving Kristol, pp. 17-25
        3. PPBS and Foreign Affairs by Thomas C. Schelling, pp. 26-36
        4. Galbraith, Solow, and the Truth about Corporations by Robin Marris, pp. 37-46
        5. The Truth Further Refined by Robert M. Solow, pp. 47-52
        6. A Critique of the Guaranteed Annual Income by James C. Vadakin, pp. 53-66
        7. Megalopolis and the New Sectionalism by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 67-85
        8. Current Reading, pp. 86-98
        9. Financing Higher Education by Clark Kerr, p. 99
        10. The Distribution of Money and Power by Clark Kerr, pp. 100-103
        11. Autonomy with Accountability by David B. Truman, pp. 104-107
        12. The Higher Schooling in America by Milton Friedman, pp. 108-112
        13. A Changing Economy for Higher Education by Martin Meyerson, pp. 113-117
        14. Benefits, Costs, and Equity by James S. Coleman, pp. 118-122
        15. Burdens and Bargains in Higher Education by Roger E. Bolton, pp. 123-125
        16. The Need for New Guidelines by Charles J. Hitch, pp. 126-127
        17. Planning for Subsidies by Algo D. Henderson, pp. 128-130
        18. Financing the College: How and Why by Theodore R. Sizer, pp. 131-133
        19. The Need for Direct and Substantial Aid by Malcolm Moos, pp. 134-135
        20. Contributors, p. 136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1968 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Five Long Hot Summers and How They Grew by Howard Hubbard, pp. 3-24
        2. The Urban Unease by James Q. Wilson, pp. 25-39
        3. "Shortcuts" to Social Change? by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 40-51
        4. Toward a Modest Experiment in Cable Television by Stephen White, pp. 52-67
        5. I. The Economic Approach to Social Questions by Harry G. Johnson, pp. 68-79
        6. II. Model-makers and Decision-makers by Carl Kaysen, pp. 80-95
        7. III. Economics, Sociology, and the Best of All Possible Worlds by Mancur Olson, Jr., pp. 96-117
        8. Contributors, p. 118
        9. The Gap Is Not Technological by Theodore Levitt, pp. 119-124
        10. Of Source the Gap's Not Really Technogical by Robert Gilpin, pp. 125-129
        11. When It Comes to the CRUNCH by Geoffrey Taylor, pp. 130-133
        12. Current Reading, pp. 134-136
      3. [+]
        Fall 1968 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. "Student Power" in Berkeley by Nathan Glazer, pp. 3-21
        2. Black Studies at San Francisco State by John H. Bunzel, pp. 22-38
        3. The Activists by Seymour Martin Lipset, pp. 39-51
        4. That "Generation Gap" by Samuel Lubell, pp. 52-60
        5. Columbia and the New Left by Daniel Bell, pp. 61-101
        6. The Case of the Columbia Gym by Roger Starr, pp. 102-121
        7. The Last Four Years at Cornell by Nathan Tarcov, pp. 122-138
        8. Democracy and the English University by William Letwin, pp. 139-150
        9. French Students by Michel Crozier, pp. 151-159
        10. Germany by Renate Mayntz, pp. 160-172
        11. The Academic System by Talcott Parsons, pp. 173-200
      4. [+]
        Winter 1968 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Crises in Welfare by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-29
        2. On the "Economic Basis" of American Politics by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 30-42
        3. European Disunion and the Technology Gap by Robert Gilpin, pp. 43-54
        4. Crisis in the University? by Robert A. Nisbet, pp. 55-64
        5. On Class in America by Christopher Jencks and David Riesman, pp. 65-85
        6. Rethinking Our Social Strategies by Robert A. Levine, pp. 86-96
        7. To Suburbia, with Love by Marvin Bressler, pp. 97-103
        8. Pollution and Poverty by Roger Starr and James Carlson, pp. 104-131
        9. Current Reading, pp. 132-135
        10. Contributors, p. 136
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1969 = 4 Issues, 42 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Twilight of Authority by Robert A. Nisbet, pp. 3-9
        2. I. Rebellion in the MLA by George P. Elliott, pp. 10-22
        3. II. Barbarism, Virtue, and the University by Sidney Hook, pp. 23-39
        4. On Task Forcing by Nathan Glazer, pp. 40-45
        5. The Potential of "Trickle Down" by Alan Altshuler, pp. 46-56
        6. Taking the Post Office Out of Politics by Richard J. Willey, pp. 57-71
        7. I. The Idea of a Social Report by Daniel Bell, pp. 72-84
        8. II. The Purpose and Plan of a Social Report by Mancur Olson, Jr., pp. 85-96
        9. Contributors, p. 97
        10. III. A Social Report in Action, pp. 98-105
        11. Inducing Poor Children to Learn by Andrew Effrat, Roy E. Feldman, and Harvey M. Sapolsky, ..., pp. 106-111
        12. A Basis for Welfare Reform by Edwin Kuh, pp. 112-117
        13. The Merger Movement, pp. 118-122
        14. Current Reading, pp. 123-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1969 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. I. Power and Powerlessness in a Regional City by Roger Starr, pp. 3-23
        2. Contributors, p. 24
        3. II. The Mayors vs. The Cities by James Q. Wilson, pp. 25-40
        4. Who Knows New York? by Irving Kristol and Paul Weaver, pp. 41-63
        5. I. Income and Welfare in New York City by David M. Gordon, pp. 64-88
        6. II. Welfare by Edward Banfield, pp. 89-101
        7. III. Beyond Income Maintenance by Nathan Glazer, pp. 102-122
        8. New York City's Housing by George Sternlieb, pp. 123-141
        9. The Community Revolution by Daniel Bell and Virginia Held, pp. 142-179
        10. A New Look at the Melting Pot by Nathan Glazer, pp. 180-187
        11. New York's Mixed Economy by Dick Netzer, pp. 188-204
      3. [+]
        Fall 1969 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Toward a National Urban Policy by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-20
        2. The Rich, the Poor, and the Taxes They Pay by Joseph Pechman, pp. 21-43
        3. Being In and Being Out by Charles Frankel, pp. 44-59
        4. Publish or Perish by J.H. Hexter, pp. 60-77
        5. Youth Unemployment by Edwin Harwood, pp. 78-87
        6. Social Forecasting by Otis Dudley Duncan, pp. 88-118
        7. An Emerging Republican Majority? by Nelson Polsby, pp. 119-125
        8. Contributors, pp. 126-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1969 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Sickness of Government by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 3-23
        2. God and the Mafia by Gordon Hawkins, pp. 24-51
        3. Purpose and Planning in Foreign Policy by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 52-73
        4. I. Alternatives to the Gilded Ghetto by John F. Kain and Joseph J. Persky, pp. 74-87
        5. II. "Third Worlds" Abroad and at Home by Albert Wohlstetter and Roberta Wohlstetter, pp. 88-107
        6. The Blending of Public and Private Enterprise by J.A. Stockfisch and D.J. Edwards, pp. 108-117
        7. Trade Unionism Goes Public by Everett M. Kassalow, pp. 118-131
        8. Current Reading, pp. 132-134
        9. Contributors, pp. 135-136
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 10 Years, 40 Issues, 403 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1970 = 4 Issues, 41 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1970 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. I. The Mirage of New Towns by William Alonso, pp. 3-16
        2. Contributors, p. 17
        3. II. Housing in Perspective by Morton Schussheim, pp. 18-30
        4. III. Toward a National Housing Policy by Irving H. Welfeld, pp. 31-43
        5. The Black Quota at Yale Law School by Macklin Fleming and Louis Pollak, pp. 44-52
        6. Quo Warranto? by Daniel Bell, pp. 53-68
        7. The Economic Common Sense of Pollution by Larry E. Ruff, pp. 69-85
        8. The Economics of the 1960's by Otto Eckstein, pp. 86-97
        9. How Shall We Finance Higher Education? by Michael Clurman, pp. 98-110
        10. Black Gold and Black Capitalism by Anthony H. Pascal, pp. 111-119
        11. An Alternative to the Nixon Maintenance Plan by Richard Zeckhauser and Peter Schuck, pp. 120-130
        12. Current Reading, pp. 131-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1970 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Defeat at Fort Lincoln by Martha Derthick, pp. 3-38
        2. Contributors, p. 39
        3. The Case of Marjorie Webster by James D. Koerner, pp. 40-64
        4. Revolution Instead by George P. Elliott, pp. 65-89
        5. Policy vs. Program in the '70s by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 90-100
        6. The Distribution of Income in New York City by Blanche Bernstein, pp. 101-116
        7. Current Reading, pp. 117-124
      3. [+]
        Fall 1970 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. "When virtue loses all her loveliness" by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-14
        2. Contributors, p. 15
        3. The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism by Daniel Bell, pp. 16-43
        4. The New Markets and the New Capitalism by Peter Drucker, pp. 44-79
        5. I. On the Limited "Relevance" of Economics by Robert L. Heilbroner, pp. 80-93
        6. II. Science and Ideology in Economics by Robert M. Solow, pp. 94-107
        7. I. The Transformation of Wall Street by Daniel Seligman, pp. 108-116
        8. II. The Two Faces of Economic Concentration by M.A. Adelman, pp. 117-126
        9. III. How Obsolete is the Business Cycle? by R.A. Gordon, pp. 127-139
        10. Whatever Happened to British Planning? by Norman MacRae, pp. 140-148
        11. Japan's Galbraithian Economy by Martin Bronfenbrenner, pp. 149-157
        12. Sweden by Eli Ginzberg, pp. 158-166
        13. [+]
          Monopoly Capitalism and Neo-Marxism by Raymond Lubitz, pp. 167-180 - 1 Review
          1. Monopoly Capital by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
      4. [+]
        Winter 1970 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Reexamining the Military Budget by Charles L. Schultze, pp. 3-24
        2. The Blindness System by Donald A. Schon, pp. 25-38
        3. When Government Works by Robert C. Wood, pp. 39-51
        4. I. Mass Transportation by Thomas E. Lisco, pp. 52-74
        5. II. Transportation and Poverty by John F. Kain and John R. Meyer, pp. 75-87
        6. I. Where Shall They Live? by James L. Sundquist, pp. 88-99
        7. Contributors, p. 100
        8. II. Where Shall the Money Come From? by Charles M. Haar and Peter A. Lewis, pp. 101-112
        9. Current Reading, pp. 113-124
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1971 = 4 Issues, 43 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1971 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Vitality of Mythical Numbers by Max Singer, pp. 3-9
        2. The Parable of the Parking Lots by Henry G. Manne, pp. 10-15
        3. On the Humanity of Women by Henry Fairlie, pp. 16-31
        4. Contributors, p. 32
        5. Revenue Sharing in Theory and Practice by Edward Banfield, pp. 33-45
        6. A New Political Realignment? by Everett Carll Ladd, Jr., Charles Hadley, and Lauriston King, ..., pp. 46-63
        7. Public Goods and Private Status by Anthony Downs and R. Joseph Monsen, pp. 64-77
        8. I. How Shall We Pay for Hospital Care? by Joseph P. Newhouse and Vincent Taylor, pp. 78-92
        9. II. A New Approach to National Health Insurance by Martin S. Feldstein, pp. 93-105
        10. [+]
          A Breakdown in Civil Rights Enforcement? by Nathan Glazer, pp. 106-115 - 1 Review
          1. Federal Civil Rights Enforcement Effort by The U.S. Commission On Civil Rights
        11. Which of the Poor Shall Live in Public Housing? by Roger Starr, pp. 116-124
        12. Jobs and the Negro Family by Edwin Harwood and Claire Hodge, pp. 125-131
        13. Current Reading, pp. 132-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1971 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editorial Note by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-4
        2. I. The Corporation and Society in the 1970's by Daniel Bell, pp. 5-32
        3. II. On Making the Future Safe for Mankind by E.J. Mishan, pp. 33-61
        4. Community Control vs. School by William R. Grant, pp. 62-78
        5. Contributors, p. 79
        6. Government and Scientific Research by Carl Kaysen, pp. 80-85
        7. [+]
          Blood by Nathan Glazer, pp. 86-94 - 1 Review
          1. The Gift Relationship by Richard M. Titmuss
        8. [+]
          Does Planning Work? by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 95-104 - 2 Reviews
          1. Modern Capitalist Planning by Stephen S. Cohen
          2. Papers on Planning and Economic Management by Ely Devons
        9. Current Reading, pp. 105-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1971 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. A Limit on Campaign Spending by Vic Fingerhut, pp. 3-12
        2. Contributors, p. 13
        3. I. The City as Sandbox by George Sternlieb, pp. 14-21
        4. II. The City as Reservation by Norton E. Long, pp. 22-38
        5. The Dead Hand of Regulation by James Q. Wilson, pp. 39-58
        6. On the Ecology of Micromotives by Thomas C. Schelling, pp. 59-98
        7. College Generations by Seymour Martin Lipset and Everett Carll Ladd, Jr., ..., pp. 99-113
        8. [+]
          Power in America by Richard A. Posner, pp. 114-121 - 2 Reviews
          1. America, Inc. by Morton Mintz and Jerry S. Cohen
          2. Wealth and Power in America by Gabriel Kolko
        9. Current Reading, pp. 122-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1971 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. I. Pornography vs. Democracy by Walter Berns, pp. 3-24
        2. II. Concurring and Dissenting Opinions by Alexander Bickel, pp. 25-27
        3.  ---  by Stanley Kauffmann, pp. 28-31
        4.  ---  by Wilson Carey McWilliams, pp. 32-37
        5.  ---  by Marshall Cohen, pp. 38-44
        6. III. Violence, Pornography, and Social Science by James Q. Wilson, pp. 45-61
        7. Paradoxes of Health Care by Nathan Glazer, pp. 62-76
        8. Contributors, p. 77
        9. The Mafia and the Web of Kinship by Francis A.J. Ianni, pp. 78-100
        10. On "Capitalism" and the "Free Society" by John K. Jessup and Irving Kristol, pp. 101-105
        11. Reassuring the Small Homeowner by Adam Yarmolinsky, pp. 106-110
        12. Current Reading, pp. 111-120
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1972 = 4 Issues, 33 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1972 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Schism in Black America by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-24
        2. Toward a Future That Has No Past by Orlando Patterson, pp. 25-62
        3. The Riddle of Inflation by James W. Kuhn, pp. 63-77
        4. That "Housing Problem" by Irving Welfeld, pp. 78-95
        5. Crime and Punishment and Social Science by Martin A. Levin, pp. 96-103
        6. Toward an All-Volunteer Military by Morris Janowitz, pp. 104-117
        7. Current Reading, pp. 118-127
        8. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1972 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Of Populism and Taxes by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-11
        2. The Educational Entrepreneur by Hon. Edith Green, pp. 12-25
        3. American Catholics by Andrew M. Greeley, pp. 26-37
        4. I. Up and Down with Ecology by Anthony Downs, pp. 38-50
        5. II. Clean Rhetoric and Dirty Water by A. Myrick Freeman III and Robert H. Haveman, pp. 51-65
        6. Education and Economic Equality by Lester C. Thurow, pp. 66-81
        7. The Street Gangs and Ethnic Enterprise by Nathan Glazer, pp. 82-89
        8. The Evidence on Busing by David J. Armor, pp. 90-125
        9. Contributors, p. 126
        10. Current Reading, pp. 127-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1972 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. The Problem of Heroin by James Q. Wilson, Mark H. Moore, and I. David Wheat, Jr., ..., pp. 3-28
        2. I. Meritocracy and Equality by Daniel Bell, pp. 29-68
        3. II. Equalizing Education---in Whose Benefit? by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 69-89
        4. III. Social Mobility and Equal Opportunity by Seymour Martin Lipset, pp. 90-108
        5. Who Are the Elite Intellectuals? by Charles Kadushin, pp. 109-125
        6. Current Reading, pp. 126-135
        7. Contributors, p. 136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1972 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Of Prisons, Asylums, and Other Decaying Institutions by David J. Rothman, pp. 3-17
        2. Making Babies by Leon R. Kass, pp. 18-56
        3. Is Television News Biased? by Paul H. Weaver, pp. 57-74
        4. Power and The People by Roger Starr, pp. 75-99
        5. The Outlook for Educated Manpower by Eli Ginzberg, pp. 100-111
        6. The Political Economy of National Health by Rudolf Klein, pp. 112-124
        7. Contributors, p. 125
        8. Current Reading, pp. 126-128
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1973 = 4 Issues, 41 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1973 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Capitalism, Socialism, and Nihilism by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-16
        2. Is There an Energy Crisis? by Marc J. Roberts, pp. 17-36
        3. Contributors, p. 37
        4. The Uses and Abuses of Legal Assistance by Harry Brill, pp. 38-55
        5. Toward a Definition of Economic Justice by Lester Thurow, pp. 56-80
        6. [+]
          "Sincerity" and "Authenticity" in Modern Society by Peter L. Berger, pp. 81-90 - 1 Review
          1. Sincerity and Authenticity by Lionel Trilling
        7. [+]
          Can Inequality Be Cured? by Nathan Keyfitz, pp. 91-101 - 1 Review
          1. Inequality by Christopher Jencks
        8. [+]
          Cambridge (U.K.) vs. Cambridge (Mass.) by James Tobin, pp. 102-109 - 1 Review
          1. Economic Heresies by Joan Robinson
        9. [+]
          Perspectives on Health Care by Nathan Glazer, pp. 110-125 - 1 Review
          1. Health Care by Odin Waldemar Anderson
        10. "Problem Families" and Public Housing by Richard S. Scobie, pp. 126-129
        11. A Reply by Roger Starr, pp. 130-134
        12. Current Reading, pp. 135-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1973 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. "Peace" by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-12
        2. The Law's Delay by Macklin Fleming, pp. 13-33
        3. The Cost of Housing by B. Bruce-Briggs, pp. 34-42
        4. The Moral Crisis of the Black American by Orlando Patterson, pp. 43-69
        5. The Civil Service by E.S. Savas and Sigmund G. Ginsburg, pp. 70-84
        6. Contributors, p. 85
        7. Population Growth and Economic Growth by Stephen Enke, pp. 86-96
        8. The Auto Pollution Muddle by Lawrence J. White, pp. 97-112
        9. Current Reading, pp. 113-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1973 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Economics of the New Unemployment by Martin Feldstein, pp. 3-42
        2. Managing the Public Service Institution by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 43-59
        3. Contributors, p. 60
        4. What Welfare Crisis? by Martin Rein and Hugh Heclo, pp. 61-83
        5. The Annual Expenditure Increment by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 84-108
        6. Economic Justice and the Economist by Richard A. Posner, pp. 109-119
        7. A Reply by Lester C. Thurow, pp. 120-127
        8. The Poverty Lawyers by Jerome E. Carlin and Harry Brill, pp. 128-131
        9. Current Reading, pp. 132-136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1973 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Does Money Buy Happiness? by Richard A. Easterlin, pp. 3-10
        2. Other People's Children by Sheila M. Rothman, pp. 11-27
        3. Making Wage Controls Work by Arnold R. Weber, pp. 28-39
        4. Contributors, p. 40
        5. Woodlawn by Winston Moore, Charles P. Livermore, and George F. Galland, Jr., ..., pp. 41-59
        6. Property Taxes and Populist Reform by George E. Peterson and Arthur P. Solomon, pp. 60-75
        7. Age, Sex, Marriage, and Jobs by Carolyn Shaw Bell, pp. 76-87
        8. Busing: A Review of "The Evidence" by Thomas F. Pettigrew, Marshall Smith, and Elizabeth L. Unseem, ..., pp. 88-118
        9. The Double Double Standard by David J. Armor, pp. 119-131
        10. On Pettigrew and Armor by James Q. Wilson, pp. 132-134
        11. Current Reading, pp. 135-136
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1974 = 4 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1974 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Black Excellence by Thomas Sowell, pp. 3-20
        2. Contributors, p. 21
        3. What Works? by Robert Martinson, pp. 22-54
        4. "People Work" by Brigitte Berger, pp. 55-66
        5. The New Journalism and the Old by Paul H. Weaver, pp. 67-88
        6. The New Federalism by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 89-102
        7. [+]
          The Pursuit of Equality by Robert Nisbet, pp. 103-120 - 1 Review
          1. A Theory of Justice by John Rawls
        8. Current Reading, pp. 121-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1974 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Methadone by Edward Jay Epstein, pp. 3-23
        2. Contributors, p. 24
        3. How Many Games in Town? by Jess Marcum and Henry Rowen, pp. 25-52
        4. Accountability in Education by Jerome T. Murphy and David K. Cohen, pp. 53-82
        5. Regulation by the Numbers by Steven Kelman, pp. 83-102
        6. Does Punishment Deter Crime? by Gordon Tullock, pp. 103-111
        7. Extending the "No-fault" Idea by Jeffrey O'Connell, pp. 112-119
        8. Current Reading, pp. 120-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1974 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Taxes, Poverty, and Equality by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-28
        2. The Public Household by Daniel Bell, pp. 29-68
        3. I. Can Open Enrollment Work? by John McAdams, pp. 69-87
        4. Contributors, p. 88
        5. II. On "Opening Up" the Suburbs by Nathan Glazer, pp. 89-111
        6. Campaign Financing by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 112-130
        7. Gasoline Prices and the Suburban Way of Life by B. Bruce-Briggs, pp. 131-136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1974 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. An Introduction to this Special Issue by Eli Ginzberg and Robert M. Solow, pp. 4-13
        2. Social Intervention in a Democracy by Lance Liebman, pp. 14-29
        3. Economic Policy and Unemployment in the 1960's by Edmund S. Phelps, pp. 30-46
        4. Reform Follows Reality by Gilbert Y. Steiner, pp. 47-65
        5. What Does It Do for the Poor? by Robert J. Lampman, pp. 66-82
        6. The Uses and Limits of Manpower Policy by Lloyd Ulman, pp. 83-105
        7. Major Public Initiatives in Health Care by Herbert E. Klarman, pp. 106-123
        8. The Successes and Failures of Federal Housing Policy by Anthony Downs, pp. 124-145
        9. Economic Developments in the Black Community by Andrew F. Brimmer, pp. 146-163
        10. The Federal Role in Education by Ralph W. Tyler, pp. 164-187
        11. Blacks and the Crisis of Political Participation by Charles V. Hamilton, pp. 188-210
        12. Some Lessons of the 1960's by Eli Ginzberg and Robert M. Solow, pp. 211-223
        13. Contributors, p. 224
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1975 = 4 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1975 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Social Pork Barrel by David A. Stockman, pp. 3-30
        2. The Mundell-Laffer Hypothesis by Jude Wanniski, pp. 31-51
        3. Contributors, p. 52
        4. Whatever Happened to "Community Mental Health"? by David F. Musto, pp. 53-79
        5. On the Making of Perfect and Beautiful Social Programs by William C. Baer, pp. 80-98
        6. The Krogh File by Edward Jay Epstein, pp. 99-124
        7. I. The Riddle of the Middle Class by James Q. Wilson, pp. 125-129
        8. II. Who Wants Higher Education, Even When It's Free by Nathan Glazer, pp. 130-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1975 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Reform Work, Not Welfare by Nathan Glazer, pp. 3-9
        2. Contributors, p. 10
        3. Regarding the End of Medicine and the Pursuit of Health by Leon R. Kass, pp. 11-42
        4. Mass Transportation and Minority Transportation by B. Bruce-Briggs, pp. 43-74
        5. Toward a Reform of Social Security by Martin Feldstein, pp. 75-95
        6. Family, Bureaucracy, and the "Special Child" by Brigitte Berger, pp. 96-108
        7. Should Every Job Support a Family? by Carolyn Shaw Bell, pp. 109-118
        8. The New Political Theory by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 119-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1975 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Preface, p. 3
        2. Introduction by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 4-8
        3. The Democratic Distemper by Samuel P. Huntington, pp. 9-38
        4. The Declaration and the Constitution by Martin Diamond, pp. 39-55
        5. The Past and Future Presidency by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 56-76
        6. The Rise of the Bureaucratic State by James Q. Wilson, pp. 77-103
        7. Towards an Imperial Judiciary? by Nathan Glazer, pp. 104-122
        8. Contributors, p. 123
        9. Corporate Capitalism in America by Irving Kristol, pp. 124-141
        10. The Paradox of American Politics by Seymour Martin Lipset, pp. 142-165
        11. Public Opinion versus Popular Opinion by Robert Nisbet, pp. 166-192
        12. The End of American Exceptionalism by Daniel Bell, pp. 193-224
      4. [+]
        Winter 1975 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Immigration Policy by Elliott Abrams and Franklin S. Abrams, pp. 3-29
        2. The Intelligent Citizen's Guide to Inflation by Robert M. Solow, pp. 30-66
        3. Unemployment and the "Dual Labor Market" by Peter B. Doeringer and Michael J. Piore, pp. 67-79
        4. OMB and the Presidency by Hugh Heclo, pp. 80-98
        5. The Photocopying Revolution and the Copyright Crisis by Louise Weinberg, pp. 99-118
        6. The Los Angeles Afflication by Ward Elliott, pp. 119-128
        7. Current Reading, pp. 129-133
        8. Contributors, pp. 134-136
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1976 = 4 Issues, 32 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1976 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Crime and Punishment in England by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-25
        2. I. Patterns of Black Excellence by Thomas Sowell, pp. 26-58
        3. II. Report from Chicago by J.S. Fuerst, pp. 59-68
        4. Contributors, p. 69
        5. The Wavering Polls by Seymour Martin Lipset, pp. 70-89
        6. I. How Much More Equality Can We Afford? by Edgar K. Browning, pp. 90-110
        7. II. Equality, Opportunity, and the "Good Job" by Bradley R. Schiller, pp. 111-120
        8. [+]
          Rawls, Nozick, and Educational Equality by James S. Coleman, pp. 121-128 - 2 Reviews
          1. A Theory of Justice by John Rawls
          2. Anarchy, State and Utopia by Robert Nozick
      2. [+]
        Summer 1976 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Socialist Myth by Peter L. Berger, pp. 3-15
        2. Contributors, p. 16
        3. Whatever Happened to Small-Town America? by Benjamin Stein, pp. 17-26
        4. A Prospect for Parks by Donald E. Simon, pp. 27-39
        5. The "Administrative Presidency" by Richard P. Nathan, pp. 40-54
        6. Learning About Crime by David H. Bayley, pp. 55-68
        7. Management and the "Post-Industrial" Society by Theodore Levitt, pp. 69-103
        8. The Rehabiliation of Punishment by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 104-114
        9. [+]
          Deregulating the Cities by Christopher C. DeMuth, pp. 115-128 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Politics of Neglect by Bernard J. Frieden and Marshall Kaplan
          2. Between the Idea and the Reality by Charles Monroe Haar
      3. [+]
        Fall 1976 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. On the Death of Cities by William C. Baer, pp. 3-19
        2. The Ethnic Miracle by Andrew M. Greeley, pp. 20-36
        3. The Great American Gun War by B. Bruce-Briggs, pp. 37-62
        4. "National Economic Planning" by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 63-78
        5. The BART Experience by Melvin M. Webber, pp. 79-108
        6. Economics Is Not Enough by Ernest van den Haag, pp. 109-122
        7. The Courts and Desegregated Housing by Irving Welfeld, pp. 123-134
        8. Contributors, pp. 135-136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1976 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Pension Fund "Socialism" by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 3-45
        2. Contributors, p. 46
        3. "Affirmative Action" Reconsidered by Thomas Sowell, pp. 47-65
        4. The Undelivered Health System by Paul Starr, pp. 66-85
        5. Why Non-Profits Go Broke by Bruce C. Vladeck, pp. 86-101
        6. Social Science and the Courts by Eleanor P. Wolf, pp. 102-120
        7. Current Reading, pp. 121-128
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1977 = 4 Issues, 33 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1977 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Conflicting Goals of National Energy Policy by Robert E. Hall and Robert S. Pindyck, pp. 3-15
        2. I. Congressional Committee Staffs by Michael J. Malbin, pp. 16-40
        3. II. Reflections of a Senate Aide by Michael Andrew Scully, pp. 41-48
        4. The New "Social Regulation" by William Lilley III and James C. Miller III, pp. 49-60
        5. Contributors, p. 61
        6. The Mirage of Welfare Reform by Frederick Doolittle, Frank Levy, and Michael Wiseman, ..., pp. 62-87
        7. Facing the Social Security Crisis by Martin Feldstein, pp. 88-100
        8. School Desegregation and the Limits of Legalism by David L. Kirp, pp. 101-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1977 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Television and American Politics by Michael J. Robinson, pp. 3-39
        2. The High Cost of Hospitals by Martin Feldstein, pp. 40-54
        3. Controlling Corporate Misconduct by Christopher D. Stone, pp. 55-70
        4. Contributors, p. 71
        5. Power to the Parents? by David K. Cohen and Eleanor Farrar, pp. 72-97
        6. New York City's Fiscal Crisis by Martin Shefter, pp. 98-127
        7. American Housing Policy by Irving Welfeld, pp. 128-144
      3. [+]
        Fall 1977 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. I. The Politics of Auto Emissions by Howard Margolis, pp. 3-21
        2. II. The Environmental-Impact Statement vs. the Real World by Eugene Bardach and Lucian Pugliaresi, pp. 22-38
        3. III. Government Comes to the Workplace by Albert L. Nichols and Richard Zeckhauser, pp. 39-68
        4. Contributors, p. 69
        5. The New Housing-Cost Problem by Bernard J. Frieden, pp. 70-86
        6. "Child Care" by B. Bruce-Briggs, pp. 87-102
        7. The False Dawn of the Sunset Laws by Robert D. Behn, pp. 103-118
        8. Can Policy Research Help Policy? by Martin Rein and Sheldon H. White, pp. 119-136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1977 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Can the Government Regulation Itself? by James Q. Wilson and Patricia Rachal, pp. 3-14
        2. Blood Policy Revisited by Harvey M. Sapolsky and Stan N. Finkelstein, pp. 15-27
        3. "Career Education" by Eleanor Farrar McGowan and David K. Cohen, pp. 28-46
        4. Contributors, p. 47
        5. A Marshall Plan for Cities? by Norton E. Long, pp. 48-58
        6. Corporate Planning versus Government Planning by Murray Weidenbaum and Linda Rockwood, pp. 59-72
        7. Rethinking National Health Insurance by Theodore R. Marmor, pp. 73-95
        8. The "Right to Treatment" by Harry L. Miller, pp. 96-118
        9. Psychology, Ideology, and the Search for Faith by Joseph Adelson, pp. 119-125
        10. Small-Town America by Herbert J. Gans and Benjamin Stein, pp. 126-128
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1978 = 4 Issues, 62 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1978 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Politics and Economics of Regional Growth by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 3-20
        2. Contributors, p. 21
        3. Age, Crime, and Punishment by Barbara Boland and James Q. Wilson, pp. 22-34
        4. I. The Future That Never Was by Daniel Bell, pp. 35-73
        5. I. How Much Should We Spend to Save a Life? by Steven E. Rhoads, pp. 74-92
        6. II. How to Reduce Risks Rationally by Max Singer, pp. 93-112
        7. Aliens, Jobs, and Immigration Policy by Edwin P. Reubens, pp. 113-134
        8. The "White Flight" Controversy by Diane Ravitch, pp. 135-149
        9. Current Reading, pp. 150-152
      2. [+]
        Summer 1978 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Prophylactic Presidency by Sanford Weiner and Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 3-18
        2. Contributors, p. 19
        3. The Breakdown of the Keynesian Model by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 20-33
        4. The Washington Novel by Stephen Miller, pp. 34-51
        5. Black Economic Progress Since 1964 by Richard Freeman, pp. 52-68
        6. The Class Conflict Over Abortion by Peter Skerry, pp. 69-84
        7. The Impending Crisis in American Graduate Schools by Nathan Keyfitz, pp. 85-97
        8. I. Censorship for the Common Good by William J. Bennett, pp. 98-102
        9. II. Bleak Housing in Chicago by J.S. Fuerst and Roy Petty, pp. 103-110
        10. Why Government Grows (and Grows) in a Democracy by Allan H. Meltzer and Scott F. Richard, pp. 111-118
        11. [+]
          Current Reading by Michael Andrew Scully, pp. 119-128 - 1 Review
          1. How Industrial Societies use Energy by Joel Darmstadter, Joy Dunkerley, and Jack Alterman, ...
      3. [+]
        Fall 1978 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. The Wrong War? by David A. Stockman, pp. 3-44
        2. Fact, Fancy, and Organized Crime by Peter Reuter and Jonathan B. Rubinstein, pp. 45-66
        3. Contributors, p. 67
        4. I. Metropolis Without Growth by William Alonso, pp. 68-86
        5. II. The Regional War for Federal Aid by Ann R. Markusen and Jerry Fastrup, pp. 87-99
        6. Would "Mother" Jones Buy Mother Jones? by Michael Andrew Scully, pp. 100-108
        7. Busing and "White Flight" by Christine H. Rossell, pp. 109-110
        8. Reply by Diane Ravitch, pp. 111-112
        9. Comment by David J. Armor, pp. 113-115
        10. Current Reading, pp. 116-122
        11. Contents, p. 123
        12. [+]
          Neo-liberalism by Clifford Orwin, pp. 124-127 - 1 Review
          1. Doing Good by Willard Gaylin, Ira Glasser, Steven Marcus, and David J. Rothman, ...
        13. [+]
          The Uneasy Electorate by James W. Ceaser, pp. 128-133 - 1 Review
          1. Emerging Coalitions in American Politics by Seymour M. Lipset
        14. [+]
          Welfare Arts by Tom Bethell, pp. 134-137 - 1 Review
          1. The Subsidized Muse by Dick Netzer
        15. [+]
          Confessions of a Policy Man by Leslie Lenkowsky, pp. 138-142 - 1 Review
          1. Politics and the Professors by Henry J. Aaron
        16. [+]
          The Social Scientist as Novelist by Martha Bayles, pp. 143-146 - 1 Review
          1. Women of Crisis by Robert Coles and Jane Hallowell Coles
        17. [+]
          Race and Economics by Walter E. Williams, pp. 147-153 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Declining Significance of Race by William Julius Wilson
          2. Protest, Politics, and Prosperity by Dorothy K. Newman and William J. Kruvant
        18. [+]
          The Collegiate Miscellany by William J. Bennett, pp. 154-158 - 1 Review
          1. The Perpetual Dream by Gerald Grant and David Riesman
        19. [+]
          Reality in One Lesson by Alan Reynolds, pp. 159-164 - 1 Review
          1. The Way the World Works by Jude Wanniski
        20. [+]
          The Decadence of Federalism by James Ring Adams, pp. 165-168 - 1 Review
          1. State Policies and Federal Programs by Peter Passell and Leonard Ross
        21. [+]
          The Welfare Brief by John Bishop, pp. 169-176 - 1 Review
          1. Welfare by Martin Anderson
      4. [+]
        Winter 1978 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. I. Taxes, Revenues, and the "Laffer Curve" by Jude Wanniski, pp. 3-16
        2. II. The Roller-Coaster Income Tax by Martin Anderson, pp. 17-28
        3. A New Interpretation of the I.Q. Controversy by Brigitte Berger, pp. 29-44
        4. Regulation, Social Policy, and Class Conflict by Paul H. Weaver, pp. 45-62
        5. Contributors, p. 63
        6. Should Judges Administer Social Services? by Nathan Glazer, pp. 64-80
        7. Moral Education in the Schools by William J. Bennett and Edwin J. Delattre, pp. 81-98
        8. Current Reading, pp. 99-104
        9. [+]
          Oil's Spoils by Richard B. Mancke, pp. 105-114 - 1 Review
          1. The Brotherhood of Oil by Robert Engler
        10. [+]
          The Revolt of the Upper-Middle Class by Abram N. Shulsky, pp. 115-118 - 1 Review
          1. Social Limits to Growth by Fred Hirsch
        11. [+]
          Back to Basics by Diane Ravitch, pp. 119-122 - 1 Review
          1. Our Children's Crippled Future by Frank E. Armbruster and Paul Bracken
        12. [+]
          Car Wars by Eugene Bardach, pp. 123-127 - 1 Review
          1. The War Against the Automobile by B. Bruce-Briggs
        13. [+]
          The Real Meaning of "Income Redistribution" by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 128-131 - 1 Review
          1. Income Redistribution by Colin D. Campbell
        14. [+]
          Anatomy of a Fiscal Crisis by James Ring Adams, pp. 132-136 - 1 Review
          1. The City in Transition by Raymond D. Horton
        15. [+]
          Cleaning the Air by Bruce Kovner, pp. 137-140 - 1 Review
          1. Pollution and Policy by James E. Krier and Edmund Ursin
        16. [+]
          The Mirage of the Welfare State by Leslie Lenkowsky, pp. 141-145 - 1 Review
          1. The Case for the Welfare State by Norman Furniss and Timothy Alan Tilton
        17. [+]
          The Family Under Fire by Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 146-150 - 1 Review
          1. All Our Children by Kenneth Keniston
        18. [+]
          The Supreme Court vs. The Constitution by John Burleigh, pp. 151-156 - 1 Review
          1. Government by Judiciary by Raoul Berger
        19. [+]
          Rediscovering Rights by Thomas Pangle, pp. 157-160 - 1 Review
          1. Taking Rights Seriously by Ronald Dworkin
        20. [+]
          From Candidate to President by Suzanne Weaver, pp. 161-167 - 1 Review
          1. Marathon: The Pursuit of the Presidency, 1972-1976 by Jules Witcover
        21. Reviewers, p. 168
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1979 = 4 Issues, 46 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1979 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Turning Children into Sex Experts by Jacqueline Kasun, pp. 3-14
        2. The New Regulation Comes to Suburbia by Bernard J. Frieden, pp. 15-27
        3. The Welfare State vs. the Redistributive State by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 28-48
        4. The Odd Evolution of the Voting Rights Act by Abigail M. Thernstrom, pp. 49-75
        5. Contributors, p. 76
        6. Costs, Benefits, and the West Side Highway by Regina Herzlinger, pp. 77-98
        7. Zero World Population Growth? by Donald J. Bogue and Amy Ong Tsui, pp. 99-113
        8. A Theory of Non-market Failures by Charles Wolf, Jr., pp. 114-133
        9. Current Reading, pp. 134-144
      2. [+]
        Summer 1979 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Economics of Health in a Post-Industrial Society by Victor R. Fuchs, pp. 3-20
        2. Campaign Financing and the "Special Interests" by Michael J. Malbin, pp. 21-42
        3. Regulating Business and the Universities by Nathan Glazer, pp. 43-64
        4. Contributors, p. 65
        5. On Understanding Proposition 13 by Frank Levy, pp. 66-89
        6. The New Towns Program and Why it Failed by Hugh Evans and Lloyd Rodwin, pp. 90-107
        7. Current Reading, pp. 108-120
        8. Contents, p. 121
        9. [+]
          Enslaving Souls by Michael Novak, pp. 122-124 - 1 Review
          1. Visible Man by George F. Gilder
        10. [+]
          Two French Revolutions by Clifford Orwin, pp. 125-128 - 2 Reviews
          1. Barbarism With a Human Face by Bernard-Henri Levy
          2. Psychoanalytic Politics by Sherry Turkle
        11. [+]
          Beyond the Ethnic Polemic by Elliott Abrams, pp. 129-132 - 1 Review
          1. American Ethnic Groups by Thomas Sowell
        12. [+]
          The Fairest of Them All by Roger Starr, pp. 133-137 - 1 Review
          1. Urban Planning in Rich and Poor Countries by Hugh Stretton
        13. [+]
          Inside the "Administrative Crisis" by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 138-140 - 1 Review
          1. Crisis and Legitimacy by James O. Freedman
        14. [+]
          Women Versus Women's Reform by Peter Skerry, pp. 141-145 - 1 Review
          1. Woman's Proper Place by Sheila Rothman
        15. [+]
          Government and the University: Is Everybody Happy? by Seth Cropsey, pp. 146-149 - 1 Review
          1. Scholars, Dollars, and Bureaucrats by Chester E. Finn, Jr.
        16. [+]
          Protecting "Personhood" by Robert L. McTiernan, pp. 150-158 - 1 Review
          1. American Constitutional Law by Laurence H. Tribe
        17. [+]
          The Elusive Environmental Golden Mean by Ted Dienstfrey, pp. 159-162 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Politics of Cancer by Samuel S. Epstein
          2. Environment, Technology, and Health by Merril Eisenbud
        18. [+]
          Honorable Intentions by Susan Meld Shell, pp. 163-168 - 1 Review
          1. Right and Wrong by Charles Fried
      3. [+]
        Fall 1979 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. What Do You Do When the Supreme Court is Wrong? by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 3-24
        2. I. An End to Rental Housing? by Roger Starr, pp. 25-38
        3. II. The Post-Shelter Society by George Sternlieb and James W. Hughes, pp. 39-47
        4. Medical Schools and the "Entitlement Ethic" by Robert D. Behn and Kim Sperduto, pp. 48-68
        5. The Two Faces of Unionism by Richard B. Freeman and James L. Medoff, pp. 69-92
        6. Contributors, p. 93
        7. Oh, Bring Back My Party to Me! by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 94-98
        8. [+]
          "Ecotopia" by Steven Lagerfeld, pp. 99-104 - 1 Review
          1. Ecotopia by Ernest Callenbach
        9. Current Reading, pp. 105-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1979 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. On Subway Graffiti in New York by Nathan Glazer, pp. 3-10
        2. Contributors, p. 11
        3. Social Science and the Courts by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 12-31
        4. "Making Babies" Revisited by Leon R. Kass, pp. 32-60
        5. Blacks, Whites, and "Race Politics" by Louis Henri Bolce III and Susan H. Gray, pp. 61-75
        6. The Day-Care Debate by Sheila B. Kamerman and Alfred J. Kahn, pp. 76-93
        7. How Easy Votes on Social Security Came to an End by Martha Derthick, pp. 94-105
        8. [+]
          Pocketbook Politics by Gary R. Orren, pp. 106-112 - 1 Review
          1. Political Control of the Economy by Edward R. Tufte
        9. Censorship for the Common Good by Arthur S. Flemming and William J. Bennett, pp. 113-117
        10. Current Reading, pp. 118-128
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 41 Issues, 538 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1980 = 5 Issues, 57 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1980 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The Changing FBI by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-14
        2. Housing Allowances by Bernard J. Frieden, pp. 15-35
        3. The Politics of Air Pollution by Peter Navarro, pp. 36-44
        4. Ironies of American Law Enforcement by David H. Bayley, pp. 45-56
        5. The New Censorship of Social Research by Ithiel de Sola Pool, pp. 57-65
        6. Contributors, p. 66
        7. Hard Realities and Soft Social Science by Harry L. Miller, pp. 67-82
        8. Current Reading, pp. 83-94
        9. Contents, p. 95
        10. [+]
          The Court as Best Seller by Robert H. Bork, pp. 96-99 - 1 Review
          1. The Brethren by Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong
        11. [+]
          The American Energy Debate by Robert S. Pindyck, pp. 100-104 - 2 Reviews
          1. Energy Future by Robert Stobaugh and Daniel Yergin
          2. Energy: The Next Twenty Years by Hans Landsberg and Kenneth Joseph Arrow
        12. [+]
          Speaking Intelligently About Policy Analysis by William Kristol, pp. 105-109 - 1 Review
          1. Speaking Truth to Power by Aaron Wildavsky
        13. [+]
          The Public Housing Quagmire by Roger Starr, pp. 110-116 - 1 Review
          1. The Quality of Federal Policymaking by Eugene J. Meehan
        14. [+]
          The Press and The Media by Michael Cornfield, pp. 117-123 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Powers That Be by David Halberstam
          2. Deciding What's News by Herbert J. Gans
          3. Discovering the News by Michael Schudson
        15. [+]
          What's Wrong with History by Michael Nelson, pp. 124-130 - 3 Reviews
          1. Censors in the Classroom by Edward B. Jenkinson
          2. America Revised by Frances Fitzgerald
          3. Truth in History by Oscar Handlin
        16. [+]
          A Most Popular Conspiracy by Michael S. Lund, pp. 131-136 - 1 Review
          1. Policymaking for Social Security by Martha Derthick
      2. [+]
        Summer 1980 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. E. Pluribus Plura by Abigail M. Thernstrom, pp. 3-22
        2. Richer is Safer by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 23-38
        3. Contributors, p. 39
        4. The Gas Lines of '79 by Stephen Chapman, pp. 40-49
        5. Parkinson's Law Revisited by Bruce D. Porter, pp. 50-68
        6. The Graying of Civil Rights Law by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 69-93
        7. The Intimate Contest for Self-Command by Thomas C. Schelling, pp. 94-118
        8. The War on Testing by Barbara Lerner, pp. 119-147
        9. Current Reading, pp. 148-152
      3. [+]
        Fall 1980 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. "What Works?" Revisited by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-17
        2. Christian Schools Versus the I.R.S. by Peter Skerry, pp. 18-41
        3. The Mandate Millstone by Edward I. Koch, pp. 42-57
        4. I. Women in Combat? by Seth Cropsey, pp. 58-73
        5. II. Saving the All-Volunteer Force by Charles C. Moskos, pp. 74-89
        6. The "Kid Vid" Crusade by Susan Bartlett Foote and Robert H. Mnookin, pp. 90-104
        7. Contributors, p. 105
        8. Adam Smith and the Commercial Republic by Stephen Miller, pp. 106-122
        9. The American Energy Debate by Robert Stobaugh and Daniel Yergin, p. 123
        10. A Reply by Robert S. Pindyck, pp. 124-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1980 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Egg in Your Bier? by James W. Vaupel and John D. Graham, pp. 3-17
        2. Crime in American Public Schools by Jackson Toby, pp. 18-42
        3. Torture and Plea Bargaining by John H. Langbein, pp. 43-61
        4. Families, Sex, and the Liberal Agenda by Allan C. Carlson, pp. 62-79
        5. The Federal Government and the University by Derek C. Bok, pp. 80-101
        6. Why Social Security is in Trouble by Nathan Keyfitz, pp. 102-119
        7. The New Sex Education by Paul V. Crosbie and Jacqueline Kasun, pp. 120-137
        8. Current Reading, pp. 138-143
        9. Contributors, p. 144
      5. [+]
        Special Issue 1980 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. I. Toward the Next Economics by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 4-18
        2. II. The Dissolution of the Keynesian Consensus by James W. Dean, pp. 19-34
        3. III. Monetarism and the Crisis in Economics by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 35-45
        4. IV. Models and Reality in Economic Discourse by Daniel Bell, pp. 46-80
        5. I. "Rational Expectations" as a Counterrevolution by Mark H. Willes, pp. 81-96
        6. II. Microeconomics and X-Efficiency Theory by Harvey Leibenstein, pp. 97-110
        7. I. The "Austrian" Perspective by Israel M. Kirzner, pp. 111-122
        8. II. General Equilibrium Theory by Frank Hahn, pp. 123-138
        9. III. Real and Nominal Values in Economics by Kenneth J. Arrow, pp. 139-150
        10. I. Post Keynesian Economics by Paul Davidson, pp. 151-172
        11. Contributors, p. 173
        12. II. Value and Capital in Marxian Economics by Edward J. Nell, pp. 174-200
        13. Rationalism in Economics by Irving Kristol, pp. 201-224
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 54 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1981 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Ethos, "Ethics," and Public Service by Mark T. Lilla, pp. 3-17
        2. What is "Business Ethics"? by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 18-36
        3. Economics Reasoning and the Ethics of Policy by Thomas C. Schelling, pp. 37-60
        4. Contributors, p. 61
        5. The Conflict in Moral Education by Martin Eger, pp. 62-80
        6. "Indoctrination" and Societal Suicide by Andrew Oldenquist, pp. 81-94
        7. Anti-Party Politics by Byron E. Shafer, pp. 95-111
        8. The Consumer Price Index by Robert J. Gordon, pp. 112-134
        9. Current Reading, pp. 135-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1981 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. What Are the Courts Doing to Our Children? by Edward A. Wynne, pp. 2-18
        2. Public Schools, Private Schools, and the Public Interest by James Coleman, pp. 19-30
        3. "Policy Intellectuals" and Public Policy by James Q. Wilson, pp. 31-46
        4. The Three-Party System---1980 and After by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 47-57
        5. I. Black Social Classes and Intergenerational Poverty by Martin Kilson, pp. 58-78
        6. II. Report Card by J.S. Fuerst, pp. 79-91
        7. The Retreat from Keynesian Economics by Martin Feldstein, pp. 92-105
        8. Economists and the Environmental Muddle by Steven Kelman, pp. 106-123
        9. The Paradox of the State Government Reform by Jerome T. Murphy, pp. 124-138
        10. Contributors, p. 139
        11. Current Reading, pp. 140-144
      3. [+]
        Fall 1981 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Who Creates Jobs? by David L. Birch, pp. 3-14
        2. Refugee Resettlement by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 15-29
        3. When Science Progresses and Bureaucracies Lag by David Salsburg and Andrew Heath, pp. 30-39
        4. Federal Credit and the "Shadow Budget" by Herman B. Leonard and Elizabeth H. Rhyne, pp. 40-58
        5. What To Do When Energy Prices Rise Again by Robert E. Hall and Robert S. Pindyck, pp. 59-69
        6. Contributors, p. 70
        7. The Global 2000 Controversy by Katherine Gillman and Julian L. Simon, pp. 71-90
        8. [+]
          Arthur Okun's Last Work by Robert M. Solow, pp. 91-101 - 1 Review
          1. Prices and Quantities by Arthur M. Okun
        9. [+]
          The Zone of Destruction by Nathan Glazer, pp. 102-107 - 1 Review
          1. The Ecology of Housing Destruction by Peter D. Salins
        10. [+]
          "Inside" Felix Frankfurter by Robert H. Bork, pp. 108-112 - 1 Review
          1. The Enigma of Felix Frankfurter by H.N. Hirsch
        11. [+]
          The Helping Hand Striks Again by Brigitte Berger, pp. 113-123 - 6 Reviews
          1. The Female World by Jessie Bernard
          2. Parenting in an Unresponsive Society by Sheila B. Kamerman
          3. Child Care, Family Benefits, and Working Parents by Sheila B. Kamerman and Alfred J. Kahn
          4. Balancing Jobs and Family Life by Halcyone H. Bohen and Anamaria Viveros-Long
          5. Comparable Worth by E. Robert Livernash
          6. The Futility of Family Policy by Gilbert Y. Steiner
        12. [+]
          Pentagon Wastage? by Laurence E. Lynn, Jr., pp. 124-128 - 1 Review
          1. National Defense by James Fallows
        13. [+]
          Capitalism's "Moral Hazard" by Michael A. Scully, pp. 129-132 - 1 Review
          1. Wealth and Poverty by George Gilder
        14. [+]
          A Confederacy of Individuals by Andy Stark, pp. 133-139 - 1 Review
          1. How Democratic is the Constitution? by Robert A. Goldwin and William A. Schambra
        15. [+]
          From Being Square to Squaring-Off by Paul Seabury, pp. 140-145 - 1 Review
          1. A Trumpet to Arms by David Armstrong
        16. [+]
          Liberal Censorship? by Walter Berns, pp. 146-149 - 2 Reviews
          1. Take Back the Night by Laura Lederer
          2. Report of the Committee on Obscenity and Film Censorship
        17. [+]
          The Elitist Paradigm by Peter L. Berger, pp. 150-151 - 1 Review
          1. Elitism by G. Lowell Field and John Higley
        18. [+]
          A Revisionist Federalist by David F. Epstein, pp. 152-160 - 1 Review
          1. Explaining America: The Federalist by Garry Wills
      4. [+]
        Winter 1981 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Global Confusion 1980 by Julian L. Simon, pp. 3-20
        2. Sex Discrimination? by Carl Hoffmann and John Shelton Reed, pp. 21-53
        3. Contributors, p. 54
        4. Welfare by Bradley R. Schiller, pp. 55-65
        5. "Catastrophic" Health Insurance by Christopher J. Zook, Francis D. Moore, and Richard J. Zeckhauser, ..., pp. 66-81
        6. Current Reading, pp. 82-85
        7. [+]
          Hot Potatoes by Harry McPherson, pp. 86-88 - 1 Review
          1. Social Research and Royal Commissions by Martin Bulmer
        8. [+]
          The Good Old Cause by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 89-96 - 1 Review
          1. Radical Principles by Michael Walzer
        9. [+]
          The Family Linen by Martha Bayles, pp. 97-102 - 2 Reviews
          1. Children's Secrets by Thomas J. Cottle
          2. Growing Up Free by Letty Cottin Pogrebin
        10. [+]
          Abstract Expressionism by Michael A. Scully, pp. 103-106 - 1 Review
          1. Unelected Representatives by Michael J. Malbin
        11. [+]
          The Two Cultures of Political Economy by Mark T. Lilla, pp. 107-110 - 1 Review
          1. The Zero-Sum Society by Lester C. Thurow
        12. [+]
          Constitutional Law Today by William Kristol, pp. 111-115 - 1 Review
          1. Democracy and Distrust by John Hart Ely
        13. [+]
          Secrets of Success by Peter Skerry, pp. 116-121 - 1 Review
          1. Project Head Start by Edward Zigler and Jeanette Valentine
        14. [+]
          Of Citizens and Soldiers by Seth Cropsey, pp. 122-124 - 1 Review
          1. The Military in America by Peter M. Karsten
        15. [+]
          Liberal Foundations for Liberalism? by Christopher Wolfe, pp. 125-131 - 1 Review
          1. Social Justice in the Liberal State by Bruce A. Ackerman
        16. [+]
          Taking Politics Out of Politics? by Natale Cipollina, pp. 132-136 - 1 Review
          1. The Cost of Good Intentions by Charles R. Morris
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1982 = 4 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1982 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. A Modes Remedy for Judicial Activism by Gary L. McDowell, pp. 3-20
        2. Aptitudes vs. Achievement by Christopher Jencks and James Crouse, pp. 21-35
        3. The Roots of the American Public Philosophy by William A. Schambra, pp. 36-48
        4. Are We Losing Our Farmland? by Julian L. Simon, pp. 49-62
        5. Inflation and the American Economy by Martin Feldstein, pp. 63-76
        6. To Each According To Her Worth? by John H. Bunzel, pp. 77-92
        7. Notice to Our Readers, p. 93
        8. A "Republican" View of Both Parties by Josiah Lee Auspitz, pp. 94-117
        9. The Receding Mirage of the Balanced Budget by Robert D. Behn, pp. 118-130
        10. Our Litigious Schools by Julius Menacker and Edward A. Wynne, pp. 131-138
        11. Contributors, p. 139
        12. Current Reading, pp. 140-148
      2. [+]
        Summer 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Mediating Institutions by Michael Novak, pp. 3-20
        2. Behind the Tax-Exempt Schools Debate by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 21-36
        3. I. The Social Roots of Hunger and Overpopulation by William Petersen, pp. 37-52
        4. II. Foreign Aid by Peter Bauer and Basil Yamey, pp. 53-69
        5. Christo in Central Park---and in Harlem by Nathan Glazer, pp. 70-76
        6. Contributors, p. 77
        7. Religion in Middletown by Theodore Caplow, pp. 78-87
        8. The Refugees Controversy by Victor H. Palmieri and Amitai Etzioni, pp. 88-93
        9. [+]
          The American Intellectual Vocation by H.J. Kaplan, pp. 94-100 - 1 Review
          1. The Truants by William Barrett
        10. [+]
          Defending Democratic Capitalism by William Kristol, pp. 101-107 - 1 Review
          1. The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism by Michael Novak
        11. [+]
          Does Political Art Have a Future? by Mark Lilla, pp. 108-114 - 3 Reviews
          1. Political Graphics: Art As a Weapon by Robert Philippe
          2. The Art of Caricature by Edward Lucie-Smith
          3. Man Bites Man by Steven Heller and Tony Ho
        12. [+]
          When Do Parents Grow Up? by Rachel M. Flick, pp. 115-120 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Death of Innocence by Sam Janus
          2. The Hurried Child by David Elkind
          3. What's Happening to the American Family? by Sar A. Levitan and Richard S. Belous
          4. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
        13. [+]
          War as a Whole by Eliot A. Cohen, pp. 121-127 - 5 Reviews
          1. Defense or Delusion? by Thomas H. Etzold
          2. The Baroque Arsenal by Mary Kaldor
          3. The Defense Industry by Jacques S. Gansler
          4. Mixed Company by Helen Rogan
          5. Paying the Modern Military by Martin Binkin and Irene Kyriakopoulos
        14. [+]
          Fission Decisions by Roger Starr, pp. 128-131 - 1 Review
          1. Nuclear Reactor Safety by David Okrent
        15. [+]
          The Religious Future of Liberalism by Thomas J. Main, pp. 132-137 - 2 Reviews
          1. Fundamentalism and American Culture by George Marsden
          2. Getting Saved From the Sixties by Steven M. Tipton
        16. [+]
          Poverty and Emotion by T.P. Moynihan, pp. 138-141 - 3 Reviews
          1. America's Struggle Against Poverty, 1900-1980 by James T. Patterson
          2. New Immigrants by Thomas Bentz
          3. Markets and Minorities by Thomas Sowell
        17. [+]
          Opinion in the Liberal State by James Piereson, pp. 142-146 - 2 Reviews
          1. What's Fair by Jennifer Hochschild
          2. The Economic Prerequisite to Democracy by Dan Usher
        18. [+]
          The Pragmatic Urban Planner by Joseph B. Rose, pp. 147-152 - 2 Reviews
          1. Towards the Planned City by Anthony Sutcliffe
          2. The Skyscraper by Paul Goldberger
        19. [+]
          Assimilation and Private Life by Martha Bayles, pp. 153-157 - 1 Review
          1. Hunger of Memory by Richard Rodriguez
        20. Current Reading, pp. 158-160
      3. [+]
        Fall 1982 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The Two Wars against Poverty by Charles A. Murray, pp. 3-16
        2. Social Programs and Social Obligations by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 17-32
        3. Daily Life in the Danish Welfare State by David Gress, pp. 33-44
        4. The Three Cultures by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 45-58
        5. American Education by Barbara Lerner, pp. 59-81
        6. Contributors, p. 82
        7. Children's Rights and Adult Confusions by Gerald Grant, pp. 83-99
        8. Desegregating or Debilitating Higher Education? by Q. Whitfield Ayres, pp. 100-116
        9. Media and Business Elites by Stanley Rothman and S. Robert Lichter, pp. 117-125
        10. [+]
          "Judgment" and Judicial Politics by Donald N. Jensen, pp. 126-130 - 2 Reviews
          1. Educational Policy Making and the Courts by Michael A. Rebell and Arthur R. Block
          2. How Courts Govern America by Richard Neely
        11. [+]
          The Tenacious Welfare State by Michael S. Lund, pp. 131-137 - 1 Review
          1. The Development of Welfare States in Europe and America by Peter Flora and Arnold J. Heidenheimer
        12. Current Reading, pp. 138-144
      4. [+]
        Winter 1982 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. I. The Malignant Object by Douglas Stalker and Clark Glymour, pp. 3-20
        2. Contributors, p. 21
        3. II. Dissent and Reply by Wolf Von Eckardt, pp. 22-23
        4. Paradigms in Public Sculpture by John Beardsley, pp. 24-26
        5. The Meaning of Place by Ronald Lee Fleming, pp. 27-30
        6. Artists in Society by Edward Levine, pp. 31-33
        7. A Reply by Douglas Stalker and Clark Glymour, pp. 34-36
        8. III. Art and Anxiety by Mark Lilla, pp. 37-54
        9. Shouldn't Low-Income Fathers Support Their Children? by Blanche Bernstein, pp. 55-71
        10. Educating the Handicapped by John C. Pittenger and Peter Kuriloff, pp. 72-96
        11. I. Housing Programs and the Forgotten Taxpayer by Edgar O. Olsen, pp. 97-109
        12. II. Improving Housing Allowances by Irving Welfeld, pp. 110-118
        13. Politics and the Federal Reserve by Robert J. Shapiro, pp. 119-139
        14. Summer Learning and School Achievement by James Coleman, pp. 140-144
        15. Current Reading, pp. 145-156
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1983 = 4 Issues, 60 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1983 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. I. Should Science be Stopped? by Elliot S. Gershon, pp. 3-16
        2. II. The Science and Politics of Cyclamates by William R. Havender, pp. 17-32
        3. The New Feminism and the World of Work by Rachel Flick, pp. 33-44
        4. The Political Philosophy of J.M. Keynes by Roberta Schaefer and David Schaefer, pp. 45-61
        5. I. The Judiciary in the Administrative State by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 62-84
        6. II. Welfare and the New Dignity by Clifford Orwin, pp. 85-94
        7. Contributors, p. 95
        8. Contents, p. 96
        9. [+]
          The Culture of the Gentleman by Kenneth Minogue, pp. 97-102 - 1 Review
          1. The Gentleman in Trollope by Shirley Robin Letwin
        10. [+]
          Liberalism and Human Knowledge by Mark Lilla, pp. 103-109 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Irony of Liberal Reason by Thomas A. Spragens, Jr.
          2. Liberalism and the Limits of Justice by Michael J. Sandel
        11. [+]
          Eric Voegelin's Vision by Robert Nisbet, pp. 110-116 - 4 Reviews
          1. Political Philosophy and the Open Society by Dante L. Germino
          2. Eric Voegelin's Thought by Ellis Sandoz
          3. The Voegelinian Revolution: A Biographical Introduction by Ellis Sandoz
          4. Eric Voegelin: Philosopher of History by Eugene Webb
        12. [+]
          The Habermas Phenomenon by Mark Blitz, pp. 117-124 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Critical Theory of Jurgen Habermas by Thomas A. McCarthy
          2. Habermas: Critical Debates by John Brookshire Thompson and David Held
        13. [+]
          Economics and the "Big Picture" by Nick Eberstadt, pp. 125-131 - 1 Review
          1. The Rise and Decline of Nations by Mancur Olson
        14. [+]
          "Writers" and Rogues by Roger Starr, pp. 132-135 - 1 Review
          1. Getting Up by Craig Castleman
        15. [+]
          Look for the Marxist Label by Stephen Miller, pp. 136-141 - 1 Review
          1. The Left Academy by Bertell Ollman and Edward Vernoff
        16. [+]
          The Unloved Profession by John S. Peterson, pp. 142-147 - 1 Review
          1. Can Social Work Survive? by Colin Brewer and June Lait
        17. [+]
          The Budget Watchers by Robert D. Behn, pp. 148-153 - 3 Reviews
          1. Setting National Priorities: The 1984 Budget by Joseph A. Pechman
          2. Federal Budget by Michael J. Boskin and Aaron Wildavsky
          3. The Reagan Experiment by John L. Palmer and Isabel V. Sawhill
        18. Current Reading, pp. 154-160
      2. [+]
        Summer 1983 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Homeless of New York by Thomas J. Main, pp. 3-28
        2. I. A Supply-Side Economics of the Left by George Gilder, pp. 29-43
        3. II. The MITIzation of America? by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 44-51
        4. Dealing with the High-Rate Offender by James Q. Wilson, pp. 52-71
        5. "Corporate Kidnap" of the Small-Business Employee by Bradley R. Schiller, pp. 72-86
        6. Contributors, p. 87
        7. Cooperative Regulation by David Vogel, pp. 88-106
        8. Can Immigration Laws Be Enforced? by Edwin Harwood, pp. 107-123
        9. The Educational Achievement Controversy by Richard M. Wolf and Barbara Lerner, pp. 124-132
        10. Current Reading, pp. 133-136
      3. [+]
        Fall 1983 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. An Industrial Policy of the Right by Robert B. Reich, pp. 3-17
        2. The Charmed Life of Head Start by Peter Skerry, pp. 18-39
        3. Contributors, p. 40
        4. Neo-Lysenkoism, IQ, and the Press by Bernard D. Davis, pp. 41-59
        5. Illusions and Mirages in Public Policy by Richard H. Thaler, pp. 60-74
        6. What Does Due-Process Do? by David L. Kirp and Donald N. Jensen, pp. 75-90
        7. Prison Violence and the Paradox of Reform by Kathleen Engel and Stanley Rothman, pp. 91-105
        8. Employment Quotas for Women? by James P. Scanlan, pp. 106-112
        9. Learning to Say "No" to the Press by Michael A. Ledeen, pp. 113-118
        10. Contents, p. 119
        11. [+]
          Conservative Statecraft by William Kristol, pp. 120-125 - 1 Review
          1. Statecraft as Soulcraft by George F. Will
        12. [+]
          The Phantom of Democratic Socialism by Mark Lilla, pp. 126-132 - 1 Review
          1. Spheres of Justice by Michael Walzer
        13. [+]
          A Theory of Economic Evolution by Richard N. Langlois, pp. 133-137 - 1 Review
          1. An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change by Richard R. Nelson and Sidney G. Winter
        14. [+]
          The Economist's Public Library by Edward C. Banfield, pp. 138-141 - 1 Review
          1. The Public Library in the 1980s by Lawrence J. White
        15. [+]
          The Charismatic Constitution by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 142-146 - 4 Reviews
          1. Only Judgment by Aryeh Neier
          2. Toward Increased Judicial Activism by Arthur Selwyn Miller
          3. Constitutional Fate by Philip Bobbitt
          4. The Constitution, the Courts, and Human Rights by Michael J. Perry
        16. [+]
          The Couch in the Courtroom by Mary Tedeschi, pp. 147-152 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Insanity Plea by William J. Winslade and Judith Wilson Ross
          2. Madness and the Criminal Law by Norval Morris
        17. [+]
          A Supply-Side Scorecard by John Mueller, pp. 153-158 - 2 Reviews
          1. Reaganomics in the Stagflation Economy by Sidney Weintraub and Marvin Goodstein
          2. Reaganomics by William Craig Stubblebine and Thomas Willett
        18. [+]
          Reviving Civic Republicanism by William A. Schambra, pp. 159-164 - 1 Review
          1. Reconstructing Public Philosophy by William M. Sullivan
        19. [+]
          "Policy Science" Today by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 165-170 - 5 Reviews
          1. Data for Decisions by David C. Hoaglin, Richard J. Light, and Buchnam McPeek, ...
          2. What Role for Government? by Richard J. Zeckhauser and Derek Leebaert
          3. Incentives for Environmental Protection by Thomas C. Schelling
          4. The Art and Science of Negotiation by Howard Raiffa
          5. Choice, Welfare and Measurement by Amartya Sen
        20. [+]
          Domestic Politics by Delba Winthrop, pp. 171-174 - 3 Reviews
          1. Justice, Equal Opportunity, and the Family by James S. Fishkin
          2. The Family in Political Thought by Jean Bethke Elshtain
          3. Public Man, Private Woman by Jean Bethke Elshtain
        21. [+]
          Integration and Local Politics by Neal Devins, pp. 175-180 - 1 Review
          1. Just Schools by David L. Kirp
        22. Current Reading, pp. 181-183
        23. Announcement: Essay Contest, p. 184
      4. [+]
        Winter 1983 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. An OPEC Obituary by Arlon R. Tussing, pp. 3-21
        2. I. Crime and American Culture by James Q. Wilson, pp. 22-48
        3. II. "To Serve and Protect" by Mark H. Moore and George L. Kelling, pp. 49-65
        4. I. Towards a Self-Service Society? by Nathan Glazer, pp. 66-89
        5. Contributors, p. 90
        6. II. Is the Welfare State Replacing the Family? by Mary Jo Bane, pp. 91-101
        7. III. Memoir on Pauperism by Alexis de Tocqueville, pp. 102-120
        8. The Forms and Formalities of Liberty by Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr., pp. 121-131
        9. Current Reading, pp. 132-136
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1984 = 4 Issues, 58 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1984 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. When Policy Outstrips Power by Eliot A. Cohen, pp. 3-19
        2. Defense Organization and Military Strategy by Samuel P. Huntington, pp. 20-46
        3. What the Reserves Can---and Can't---Do by Philip Gold, pp. 47-61
        4. Reforming the Defense Budget Process by Jacques S. Gansler, pp. 62-74
        5. Contributors, p. 75
        6. The Social Policy of the Reagan Administration by Nathan Glazer, pp. 76-98
        7. Meta-Policies for Mega-Government by Richard Rose, pp. 99-110
        8. A New Approach to Child Support by Irwin Garfinkel and Elizabeth Uhr, pp. 111-122
        9. Pollution Deadlines and the Coalition for Failure by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 123-134
        10. The (Continued) Vitality of Mythical Numbers by Peter Reuter, pp. 135-147
        11. [+]
          The Mismeasure of Man Controversy by Stephen Jay Gould and Bernard D. Davis, pp. 148-155 - 1 Review
          1. The Mismeasure of Man by Stephen Jay Gould
        12. Current Reading, pp. 156-160
      2. [+]
        Summer 1984 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Systems Analysis and the Quest for Rational Defense by Stephen Rosen, pp. 3-17
        2. On the Making of Lieutenants and Colonels by Theodore J. Crackel, pp. 18-30
        3. Women as Soldiers by Michael Levin, pp. 31-43
        4. Contributors, p. 44
        5. Principle and Prudence in Foreign Policy by Nathan Tarcov, pp. 45-60
        6. The Timely End of the Sagebrush Rebellion by Frank J. Popper, pp. 61-73
        7. Political Asylum in Theory and Practice by Michael S. Teitelbaum, pp. 74-86
        8. Japanese Education by Merry I. White, pp. 87-101
        9. How To Make Bail Safer by Martin D. Sorin, pp. 102-110
        10. The French Population Debate by Richard Tomlinson, pp. 111-120
        11. Contents, p. 121
        12. [+]
          Managing the War Industries by Nick Eberstadt, pp. 122-128 - 2 Reviews
          1. Industrial Capacity and Defense Planning by Lee D. Olvey, Henry A. Leonard, and Bruce Arlinghaus, ...
          2. The U.S. Defense Mobilization Infrastructure by Robert L. Pfaltzgraff and Uri Ra'anan
        13. [+]
          Reflecting on War and Morality by Patrick Glynn, pp. 129-135 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Conduct of Just and Limited War by William Vincent O'Brien
          2. Humanity in Warfare by Geoffrey Best
        14. [+]
          The War Goes to Press by Diana West, pp. 136-141 - 1 Review
          1. Gotcha! by Robert Harris
        15. [+]
          Weapons and War by Jeffrey Record, pp. 142-147 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Pursuit of Power by William Hardy McNeill
          2. Weapons of Tomorrow by Brian Beckett
          3. The New High-Ground by Thomas Karas
        16. [+]
          Service Without Arms by Mary Tedeschi, pp. 148-152 - 1 Review
          1. The Reconstruction of Patriotism by Morris Janowitz
        17. [+]
          Post-war Defense Reforms by Mackubin T. Owens, pp. 153-160 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Secretary of Defense by Douglas Kinnard
          2. Organization for National Security by Victor H. Krulak
          3. Paradoxes of Power by Adam Yarmolinsky and Gregory Foster
      3. [+]
        Fall 1984 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Beyond the Bell Breakup by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 3-27
        2. The Rich, the Poor, and the Taxes They Pay by Joseph A. Pechman and Mark J. Mazur, pp. 28-36
        3. The Hidden Prosperity of the 1970s by Christopher Jencks, pp. 37-61
        4. Why the "Income Distribution" is So Misleading by Mark Lilla, pp. 62-76
        5. American Schools and the Future of Local Control by Denis P. Doyle and Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 77-95
        6. The Untold Story of Reagan's "New Federalism" by Richard P. Nathan and Fred C. Doolittle, pp. 96-105
        7. Contributors, pp. 106-107
        8. [+]
          Growing into Democracy by Andy Stark, pp. 108-112 - 1 Review
          1. Outgrowing Democracy by John Lukacs
        9. [+]
          Every Man a Patron by Ronald Berman, pp. 113-118 - 1 Review
          1. The Democratic Muse by Edward C. Banfield
        10. [+]
          Class Conflict over Civil Liberties by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 119-123 - 2 Reviews
          1. Our Endangered Rights by Norman Dorsen
          2. Dimensions of Tolerance by Herbert McClosky and Alida Brill
        11. [+]
          Introducing the Pre-Keynesians by Richard N. Langlois, pp. 124-129 - 1 Review
          1. The Economics of Unemployment by Mark Casson
        12. [+]
          Leadership and the "Confidence Gap" by James Piereson, pp. 130-137 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Confidence Gap by Seymour Martin Lipset and William Schneider
          2. The Power to Lead by James MacGregor Burns
          3. America's Unwritten Constitution by Don K. Price
        13. [+]
          The New International Regulatory Order by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 138-144 - 3 Reviews
          1. Regulation of Business by International Agencies by Mary A. Fejfar
          2. Out of the Mouths of Babes by Fred D. Miller
          3. The Health of Nations by Mike Muller
        14. [+]
          Lessons of Limits by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 145-149 - 2 Reviews
          1. Americas Hidden Success by John E. Schwarz
          2. A Time of Passion by Charles R. Morris
        15. [+]
          Can Biotechnology Survive Us? by Ronald Bailey, pp. 150-155 - 3 Reviews
          1. Algeny by Jeremy Rifkin
          2. The Gene Business by Edward Yoxen
          3. Biofuture by Burke K. Zimmerman
        16. [+]
          Business Ethics: Experience Preferred by William McGurn, pp. 156-160 - 2 Reviews
          1. Just Business by Tom Regan
          2. Above the Bottom Line by Robert C. Solomon and Clancy Martin
      4. [+]
        Winter 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 3-4
        2. Public Space and the Classical Vernacular by Roger Scruton, pp. 5-16
        3. A Meaning for Monuments by William Hubbard#2, pp. 17-30
        4. Paris---the View from New York by Nathan Glazer, pp. 31-51
        5. I. The American Public Space by J.B. Jackson, pp. 52-65
        6. II. The Motive behind Olmsted's Park by Roger Starr, pp. 66-76
        7. I. Public Buildings by Donlyn Lyndon, pp. 77-97
        8. Contributors, p. 98
        9. II. The Triumph of the Capitol by Michael A. Scully, pp. 99-115
        10. III. The City Council Chamber by Charles T. Goodsell, pp. 116-131
        11. Landmarks Preservation in New York by Joseph B. Rose, pp. 132-145
        12. Victorian Public Sculpture by Gavin Stamp, pp. 146-151
        13. L.A. Freeway by Christopher Knight, pp. 152-160
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1985 = 4 Issues, 41 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1985 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Unemployment and Crime by James Q. Wilson and Philip J. Cook, pp. 3-8
        2. The Moral Quandry of the Black Community by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 9-22
        3. Introduction, pp. 23-24
        4. The Once and Future School of Public Policy by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 25-41
        5. Principals, Superintendents, and the Administrator's Art by Kent D. Peterson and Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 42-62
        6. The Visions of the Democratic Party by Samuel P. Huntington, pp. 63-78
        7. Eternal Hope by Peter Reuter, pp. 79-95
        8. Due Process by J.S. Fuerst and Roy Petty, pp. 96-110
        9. The Grace Commission Controversy by J. Peter Grace and Steven Kelman, pp. 111-133
        10. Contributors, pp. 134-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Merits of Merit Pay by David K. Cohen and Richard J. Murnane, pp. 3-30
        2. Progressive Liberalism and American "Community" by William A. Schambra, pp. 31-48
        3. Between Profession and Vocation by Stephen White, pp. 49-66
        4. Educating Architects by Robert Gutman, pp. 67-91
        5. Contributors, pp. 92-93
        6. [+]
          3 Reviews Blacks and Whites, by Reynolds Farley by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 94-99 - 3 Reviews
          1. Blacks and Whites by Reynolds Farley
          2. The Myth of Black Progress by Alphonso Pinkney
          3. The Declining Significance of Race by William Julius Wilson
        7. [+]
          Review The Welfare State and Beyond, by Gunnar Heckscher by Elisabeth Langby, pp. 100-103 - 1 Review
          1. The Welfare State and Beyond by Gunnar Heckscher
        8. [+]
          2 Reviews Contradictions of the Welfare State, by Claus ... by Michael Greve, pp. 104-108 - 2 Reviews
          1. Contradictions of the Welfare State by Claus Offe and John Keane
          2. Griff in die Eigene Tasche by Renate Merklein
        9. [+]
          "Educational Reform" in Britain & France by Richard Tomlinson, pp. 109-114 - 2 Reviews
          1. Better Schools
          2. Circulaires No. 85-009-85-015
        10. [+]
          Review Japan's Reshaping of American Labor Law, by Wi... by Arthur N. Waldron, pp. 115-120 - 1 Review
          1. Japan's Reshaping of American Labor Law by William B. Gould
        11. [+]
          Review The Reform of Social Security, by A.W. Dilnot,... by Leslie Lenkowsky, pp. 121-125 - 1 Review
          1. The Reform of Social Security by A.W. Dilnot, J.A. Kay, and C.N. Morris
        12. [+]
          2 Reviews Disabling America, by Richard E. Morgan by Thomas J. Main, pp. 126-130 - 2 Reviews
          1. Disabling America by Richard E. Morgan
          2. The Willowbrook Wars by David J. Rothman and Sheila M. Rothman
        13. [+]
          Review The Lost Soul of American Politics, by John Pa... by Fred Baumann, pp. 131-136 - 1 Review
          1. The Lost Soul of American Politics by John Patrick Diggins
      3. [+]
        Fall 1985 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Rediscovery of Character by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-16
        2. Interests and Passions by Nathan Glazer, pp. 17-30
        3. Skepticism, Meliorism, and The Public Interest by Irving Kristol, pp. 31-41
        4. The Revolt Against Modernity by Daniel Bell, pp. 42-63
        5. What Is the Civic Interest? by Mark Lilla, pp. 64-81
        6. Twenty Years of Housing Programs by Roger Starr, pp. 82-93
        7. The Social Security Explosion by Martin Feldstein, pp. 94-106
        8. The Paranoid Style in American Politics Revisited by Daniel P. Moynihan, pp. 107-127
        9. The Conservative Renaissance in Perspective by Robert Nisbet, pp. 128-141
        10. Contributors, pp. 142-144
      4. [+]
        Winter 1985 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Searching for Hunger in America by George G. Graham, pp. 3-17
        2. Young Blacks and Jobs by Richard B. Freeman and Harry J. Holzer, pp. 18-31
        3. The "Reverse Sequence" in Civil Liberties by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 32-42
        4. The Pseudo-science of "Peace" by Donald Kagan, pp. 43-61
        5. The Grace Commission by Steven Kelman, pp. 62-82
        6. Rent Control in Cambridge, Mass. by Peter Navarro, pp. 83-100
        7. How To Make Sense of the Deficit by Robert Eisner and Paul J. Pieper, pp. 101-118
        8. Contributors, pp. 119-120
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1986 = 4 Issues, 53 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1986 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. What Happened to the "Family Wage"? by Allan C. Carlson, pp. 3-17
        2. Unfounded Allegations by Douglas J. Besharov, pp. 18-33
        3. The California Work/Welfare Scheme by David L. Kirp, pp. 34-48
        4. Poverty Down, Inequality Up? by Michael Novak and Gordon Green, pp. 49-56
        5. Is Welfare Really the Problem? by David T. Ellwood and Lawrence H. Summers, pp. 57-78
        6. Science, Politics, and the IQ Controversy by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman, pp. 79-96
        7. Contributors, p. 97
        8. Contents, p. 98
        9. [+]
          Habits of the (Academic) Mind by Richard John Neuhaus, pp. 99-103 - 1 Review
          1. Habits of the Heart by Robert N. Bellah, Richard Madsen, and William M. Sullivan, ...
        10. [+]
          After the Biological Revolution by Neil M. Ribe, pp. 104-107 - 1 Review
          1. Toward a More Natural Science by Leon R. Kass, M.D.
        11. [+]
          The City that Never Sweeps by Nathan Glazer, pp. 108-111 - 2 Reviews
          1. Political Crisis/Fiscal Crisis by Martin Shefter
          2. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
        12. [+]
          Med Schools: Doing Better, Feeling Worse by Ezekiel J. Emanuel, pp. 112-116 - 1 Review
          1. Learning to Heal by Kenneth M. Ludmerer
        13. [+]
          What Deregulation Means by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 117-122 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Politics of Deregulation by Martha Derthick and Paul J. Quirk
          2. Prophets of Regulation by Thomas K. McCraw
        14. [+]
          Immigration Controls: The Unpleasant Choices by James Fallows, pp. 123-127 - 2 Reviews
          1. Clamor at the Gates by Nathan Glazer
          2. Still the Golden Door by David M. Reimers
        15. [+]
          After Judicial Restraint by Terence J. Pell, pp. 128-134 - 3 Reviews
          1. A Matter of Principle by Ronald Dworkin
          2. Constitutional Choices by Laurence H. Tribe
          3. The Federal Courts: Challenge and Reform by Richard A. Posner
        16. [+]
          The Complex Balance of The Federalist by Gary L. McDowell, pp. 135-138 - 1 Review
          1. The Political Theory of "The Federalist" by David F. Epstein
        17. [+]
          The Best and the Brightest by Malcolm J. Sherman, pp. 139-144 - 1 Review
          1. Choosing Elites by Robert Klitgaard
      2. [+]
        Summer 1986 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. No, Welfare Isn't Really the Problem by Charles Murray, pp. 3-11
        2. Are Teachers Underpaid? by Myron Lieberman, pp. 12-28
        3. The Berkeley Youth Wars by Gail L. Zellman and Steven L. Schlossman, pp. 29-41
        4. The Battle Over Gun Control by Don B. Kates, Jr., pp. 42-52
        5. Deficit Delusion by Laurence J. Kotlikoff, pp. 53-65
        6. American Farm Subsidies by Elmer W. Learn, Philip L. Martin, and Alex F. McCalla, ..., pp. 66-78
        7. Religion and Traditional Values in Public School Textbooks by Paul C. Vitz, pp. 79-90
        8. Current Readings, pp. 91-95
        9. Contributors, p. 96
      3. [+]
        Fall 1986 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The Homeless Families of New York by Thomas J. Main, pp. 3-21
        2. Toward a Permanent Housing Problem by Peter D. Salins, pp. 22-33
        3. The Deinstitutionalization Story by W. Robert Curtis, pp. 34-49
        4. Our Graying Suburbs by Irving H. Welfeld, pp. 50-57
        5. Cleaning Up Superfund by Marc Landy, pp. 58-71
        6. Supporting the Arts by Winthrop Knowlton, pp. 72-85
        7. Sex and the Conservative Body by Mark Lilla, pp. 86-94
        8. Contents, p. 95
        9. [+]
          How Much Racial Progress? by Abigail M. Thernstrom, pp. 96-100 - 1 Review
          1. Racial Attitudes in America by Howard Schuman, Charlotte Steeh, and Lawrence Bobo, ...
        10. [+]
          Inside the Angels by James D. Koerner, pp. 101-105 - 1 Review
          1. The Golden Donors by Waldemar A. Nielsen
        11. [+]
          Liberalism on the Couch by Andy Stark, pp. 106-111 - 2 Reviews
          1. Distributive Justice by Morton Deutsch
          2. Delusion: Internal Dimensions of Political Life by James M. Glass
        12. [+]
          Exceptional Regulation by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 112-117 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Politics of Energy Conservation by Pietro S. Nivola
          2. National Styles of Regulation by David Vogel
        13. [+]
          Constitutional Enmities by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 118-122 - 2 Reviews
          1. The New Right v. The Constitution by Stephen Macedo
          2. Two Views on Judicial Activism by Antonin Scalia and Richard Epstein
        14. [+]
          The Constitutional Citizen by Michael S. Teitelbaum, pp. 123-126 - 1 Review
          1. Citizenship Without Consent by Peter H. Schuck and Rogers M. Smith
        15. [+]
          Taking the Constitution Seriously by Michael S. Greve, pp. 127-135 - 2 Reviews
          1. Law's Empire by Ronald Dworkin
          2. Takings by Richard A. Epstein
        16. Are Teachers Underpaid? by Albert Shanker and Myron Lieberman, pp. 136-143
        17. Contributors, p. 144
      4. [+]
        Winter 1986 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Corporate Takeovers by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 3-24
        2. The Declining Well-Being of American Adolescents by Peter Uhlenberg and David Eggebeen, pp. 25-38
        3. Why Journalism Schools? by Stephen White, pp. 39-57
        4. The Unplanned Paths of Planning Schools by William Alonso, pp. 58-71
        5. The Case for Revenge by Andrew Oldenquist, pp. 72-80
        6. Is "Strict Separation" Too Strict? by Morris B. Abram, pp. 81-90
        7. Chemical Catastrophes and the Courts by Martin T. Katzman, pp. 91-105
        8. Welfare and Dependency in Switzerland by Ralph Segalman, pp. 106-121
        9. Contributors, p. 122
        10. Current Reading, pp. 123-128
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1987 = 4 Issues, 54 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1987 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The High School Dropout Puzzle by Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 3-22
        2. Should We Discourage Teenage Marriage? by Maris A. Vinovskis and P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, ..., pp. 23-37
        3. Violent Death, Violent States, and American Youth by Michael R. Greenberg, George W. Carey, and Frank J. Popper, ..., pp. 38-48
        4. Diversity or Discrimination? by John H. Bunzel and Jeffrey K.D. Au, pp. 49-62
        5. The New Political Science of Corporate Power by David Vogel, pp. 63-79
        6. "Public Choice" and Public Spirit by Steven Kelman, pp. 80-94
        7. Into the Insurance Mess---And Out by Jeffrey O'Connell, pp. 95-109
        8. Fifty Years of Keynes by Melville J. Ulmer, pp. 110-117
        9. The Ideology of Entitlements by Alvin L. Schorr, pp. 118-122
        10. Current Reading, pp. 123-127
        11. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1987 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Is the Presidency Failing? by Donald L. Horowitz, pp. 3-27
        2. Religion, Textbooks, and the Common School by Charles L. Glenn, pp. 28-47
        3. Scoring the Economic Forecasters by Charles Wolf, Jr., pp. 48-55
        4. Elder Abuse by Stephen Crystal, pp. 56-66
        5. How Old Is "Old Age"? by Peter Uhlenberg, pp. 67-78
        6. Our Public Television Experiment by Stephen White, pp. 79-93
        7. [+]
          The Media's "American Egalitarians" by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 94-105 - 3 Reviews
          1. Reckless Disregard by Renata Adler
          2. Impact by Martin Linsky
          3. The Media Elite by S. Robert Lichter, Stanley Rothman, and Linda S. Lichter, ...
        8. [+]
          Morning in America, Sunset in Japan? by Thomas J. Bray, pp. 106-111 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Reckoning by David Halberstam
          2. Second to None by Robert C. Christopher
        9. [+]
          Capitalism, Radicalism, and the New Order by Richard J. Neuhaus, pp. 112-117 - 2 Reviews
          1. Democracy and Capitalism by Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis
          2. The Capitalist Revolution by Peter L. Berger
        10. [+]
          Fairy Tales About a "New America" by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 118-124 - 1 Review
          1. Tales of a New America by Robert B. Reich
        11. [+]
          The Spirit of Public Policy by Daniel Casse, pp. 125-128 - 1 Review
          1. Making Public Policy by Steven Kelman
        12. [+]
          The Idea of a University by Andrew Sullivan, pp. 129-137 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Closing of the American Mind by Allan Bloom
          2. Higher Learning by Derek Bok
          3. American Professors by Howard R. Bowen and Jack H. Schuster
          4. College by Ernest L. Boyer
        13. [+]
          In the Shadow of Immigration Policy by Peter Skerry, pp. 138-141 - 1 Review
          1. In Liberty's Shadow by Edwin Harwood
        14. [+]
          When Tenants Go to War by Louis Winnick, pp. 142-145 - 1 Review
          1. The Tenant Movement in New York City, 1904-1984 by Ronald Lawson and Mark Naison
        15. Current Reading, pp. 146-151
        16. Contributors, p. 152
      3. [+]
        Fall 1987 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. I. In Search of the Working Poor by Charles Murray, pp. 3-18
        2. Contributors, p. 19
        3. II. Welfare's "New Consensus" by George Gilder, pp. 20-25
        4. Sending the Right Signal by Michael Novak, pp. 26-29
        5. The Necessity of Moderation by Leslie Lenkowsky, pp. 30-32
        6. Facing Realities by Allan C. Carlson, pp. 33-35
        7. III. How Workfare Really Works by Michael Wiseman, pp. 36-47
        8. IV. Not All Female-Headed Families are Created Equal by Douglas J. Besharov and Alison J. Quin, pp. 48-56
        9. Men's Clubs, Women's Rights by Roger Starr, pp. 57-70
        10. Prison Discipline and Prison Reform by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 71-90
        11. Why "Defunding the Left" Failed by Michael S. Greve, pp. 91-106
        12. Public Policy by Prosecution by Arthur Maass, pp. 107-127
        13. Reply by Philip B. Heymann, pp. 128-130
        14. Grading the Forecasters by James C. Miller III, p. 131
        15.  ---  by Daniel T. Van Dyke, pp. 132-133
        16. A Reply by Charles Wolf, Jr., pp. 134-136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1987 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. "The spirit of '87" by Irving Kristol, pp. 3-9
        2. The Constitution and American diversity by Nathan Glazer, pp. 10-21
        3. The "new science of politics" and the old art of government by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 22-35
        4. Does the seperation of powers still work? by James Q. Wilson, pp. 36-52
        5. Constitutional government by Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr., pp. 53-64
        6. The new pursuit of happiness by Walter Berns, pp. 65-76
        7. The Constitution's human vision by Thomas L. Pangle, pp. 77-90
        8. Factions and incentives in Congress by Michael J. Malbin, pp. 91-108
        9. "Matters of color" by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 109-123
        10. Disestablished religion in America by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 124-139
        11. Contributors, p. 140
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 4 Issues, 45 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1988 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Alcoholism by Herbert Fingarette, pp. 3-22
        2. Second Thoughts About Gun Control by James D. Wright, pp. 23-38
        3. Contributors, p. 39
        4. The Hidden Jobs Debate by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 40-58
        5. The Costly Retreat from Marriage by Bryce J. Christensen, pp. 59-66
        6. The Balkans by the Bay by Dennis J. Coyle, pp. 67-78
        7. Is Art Such a Good Investment? by Bruno S. Frey and Werner W. Pommerehne, pp. 79-87
        8. [+]
          Some Elites are More Equal than Others by James Q. Wilson, pp. 88-93 - 1 Review
          1. Elites and the Idea of Equality by Sidney Verba, Steven Kelman, Gary R. Orren, and Ichiro Miyake, ...
        9. [+]
          Where Bias and Influence Meet by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 94-97 - 1 Review
          1. News That Matters by Shanto Iyengar and Donald R. Kinder
        10. [+]
          Symbiosis of Church and State by William McGurn, pp. 98-101 - 1 Review
          1. The Catholic Moment by Richard John Neuhaus
        11. [+]
          The Immunosuppressed Body Politic by Stephen Crystal, pp. 102-106 - 1 Review
          1. And the Band Played On by Randy Shilts
        12. An Academy of One's Own by Joseph Adelson, pp. 107-110
        13. [+]
          Middle Class and Underclass by Robert I. Lerman, pp. 111-115 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Color Line and the Quality of Life in America by Reynolds Farley and Walter R. Allen
          2. The Truly Disadvantaged by William Julius Wilson
        14. [+]
          Ballots, Blacks, and Bureaucrats by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 116-119 - 1 Review
          1. Whose Votes Count? by Abigail M. Thernstrom
        15. [+]
          Equality and Mobility by Lawrence D. Brown, pp. 120-124 - 1 Review
          1. Institutional Disability by Robert A. Katzmann
      2. [+]
        Summer 1988 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. I. The Case for Legalization by Ethan A. Nadelmann, pp. 3-31
        2. II. Taking Drugs Seriously by John Kaplan, pp. 32-50
        3. III. Can the Borders Be Sealed? by Peter Reuter, pp. 51-65
        4. What's Wrong with Private Prisons by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 66-83
        5. Missing Children, Misleading Statistics by Joel Best, pp. 84-92
        6. The New Ideology of Tort Law by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 93-109
        7. Poor Tenants, Poor Landlords, Poor Policy by Irving Welfeld, pp. 110-120
        8. From Horse Carts to Minimills by Martin T. Katzman, pp. 121-135
        9. Contributors, p. 136
      3. [+]
        Fall 1988 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Teaching Children to Prefent Sexual Abuse by Neil Gilbert, pp. 3-15
        2. "Supply-Side" Economics by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 16-36
        3. Containing Medical Costs by William J. Baumol, pp. 37-53
        4. Illusions of Job Segregation by James P. Scanlan, pp. 54-69
        5. What Europe Does for Single-Parent Families by Sheila B. Kamerman and Alfred J. Kahn, pp. 70-86
        6. Teenage Pregnancy and the Underclass by Maris A. Vinovskis, pp. 87-96
        7. The Case Against the SAT by James Crouse and Dale Trusheim, pp. 97-110
        8. Affirmative-Action Admissions by John H. Bunzel, pp. 111-129
        9. "Affirmative-Action Stalemate" by Herbert Hammerman, pp. 130-134
        10. Contributors, pp. 135-136
      4. [+]
        Winter 1988 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. A Shrinking Middle Class? by Marvin H. Kosters and Murray N. Ross, pp. 3-27
        2. Why the Current Wave of School Reform Will Fail by John E. Chubb, pp. 28-49
        3. Economic and Material Poverty in the U.S. by Nick Eberstadt, pp. 50-65
        4. American Competitiveness by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 66-80
        5. The Elusive Pursuit of Toxics Management by Daniel Mazmanian and David Morell, pp. 81-98
        6. The Affirmative Action Stalemate by Nathan Glazer, pp. 99-113
        7. Notice to Our Readers and Contributors, p. 114
        8. [+]
          Freedom, Virtue, and the Founding Fathers by Dan Himmelfarb, pp. 115-119 - 2 Reviews
          1. Statecraft as Soulcraft by George F. Will
          2. In Search of the Republic by Richard Vetterli and Gary C. Bryner
        9. Contributors, p. 120
        10. The Teenage Marriage Controversy by Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., pp. 121-127
        11. Hasty Marriages or Hasty Conclusions? by Maris A. Vinovskis and P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, ..., pp. 128-132
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1989 = 4 Issues, 57 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1989 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Of Dropouts and Stay-ins by Jackson Toby, pp. 3-12
        2. Contributors, p. 13
        3. The Day-Care Dilemma by Alan Wolfe, pp. 14-23
        4. After Busing by David J. Armor, pp. 24-37
        5. "American Exceptionalism" Revisited by Daniel Bell, pp. 38-56
        6. Judicial Activism by Lino A. Graglia, pp. 57-74
        7. Farm Policy Follies by James Bovard, pp. 75-87
        8. Beyond the Savings-and-Loan Crisis by David O. Beim, pp. 88-99
        9. The Mismanagement of Air Transport by Robert W. Hahn and Randall S. Kroszner, pp. 100-111
        10. The Alcoholism Controversy by William Madsen and Herbert Fingarette, pp. 112-121
        11. Current Reading, pp. 122-124
      2. [+]
        Summer 1989 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. I. An Overview by Isabel V. Sawhill, pp. 3-15
        2. II. Toward a Post-Industrial Social Policy by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 16-27
        3. III. The Impact of Inner-City Crime by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 28-46
        4. I. The Failure of AIDS-Prevention Education by William E. Dannemeyer and Michael G. Franc, pp. 47-60
        5. II. The AIDS Perplex by David L. Kirp, pp. 61-72
        6. III. AIDS and the Politics of Drug Lag by David Vogel, pp. 73-85
        7. Borders and Quotas by Peter Skerry, pp. 86-102
        8. The Fairness Doctrine and the First Amendment by Thomas W. Hazlett, pp. 103-116
        9. The Paradox of the Exclusionary Rule by Caleb Nelson, pp. 117-130
        10. The Dropout Controversy by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Jackson Toby, pp. 131-136
      3. [+]
        Fall 1989 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. I. The Rights of Nature and the Death of God by Joel Schwartz, pp. 3-14
        2. II. Environmentalism and Bounty Hunting by Michael S. Greve, pp. 15-29
        3. III. The Free Market and the Environment by Richard L. Stroup and Jane S. Shaw, pp. 30-42
        4. Correction, p. 43
        5. In Praise of Punishment by Stanley C. Brubaker, pp. 44-55
        6. Problems and Non-Problems in the American Economy by Herbert Stein, pp. 56-70
        7. The Downtown Job Puzzle by Bernard J. Frieden, pp. 71-85
        8. Contributors, p. 86
        9. The Costs of Free Information by Richard A. Guida, pp. 87-96
        10. [+]
          Democracy and Original Intent by Lino A. Graglia, pp. 97-104 - 1 Review
          1. Original Intent and the Framers' Constitution by Leonard W. Levy
        11. [+]
          The Limitations of Structural Analysis by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 105-111 - 1 Review
          1. The Politics of Social Policy in the United States by Margaret Weir, Ann Shola Orloff, and Theda Skocpol, ...
        12. [+]
          No Calcutta by Roger Starr, pp. 112-117 - 1 Review
          1. Down and Out in America by Peter H. Rossi
        13. [+]
          Voluntarism's New Look by Leslie Lenkowsky, pp. 118-121 - 1 Review
          1. Between Profit and State by Alan Ware
        14. [+]
          All in the Family by David Blankenhorn, pp. 122-128 - 2 Reviews
          1. Champion of the Great American Family by Pat Schroeder, Andrea Camp, and Robyn Lipner
          2. Disturbing the Nest by David Popenoe
        15. [+]
          Taking Care of Business by Brian Mannix, pp. 129-133 - 1 Review
          1. Fluctuating Fortunes by David Vogel
        16. [+]
          Executive Power and Administrative Law by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 134-138 - 1 Review
          1. Judicial Compulsions by Jeremy Rabkin
        17. [+]
          Odds and Oddities by Caleb Nelson, pp. 139-141 - 1 Review
          1. Innumeracy by John Allen Paulos
        18. [+]
          The Politics of Authenticity by Philip J. Costopoulos, pp. 142-147 - 1 Review
          1. The Promise of American Politics by Robert L. Utley, Jr.
        19. [+]
          Business Ethics and the Jews by Jeremy Fand, pp. 148-152 - 1 Review
          1. "With All Your Possessions" by Meir Tamari
      4. [+]
        Winter 1989 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. How to Fix the Deficit---Really by Joseph White and Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 3-24
        2. Neither for Love nor Money by Leon R. Kass, pp. 25-45
        3. Contributors, p. 46
        4. Slouching Towards Berkeley by Peter Collier and David Horowitz, pp. 47-68
        5. A Pro-Family Income Tax by Allan Carlson, pp. 69-76
        6. Notes from the Underground by Peter Gordon and Harry Richardson, pp. 77-86
        7. From CCNY to the White House by Colin L. Powell, pp. 87-91
        8. [+]
          CBS: A Collapse of Business Sense by William Lilley III, pp. 92-96 - 3 Reviews
          1. Who Killed CBS by Peter J. Boyer
          2. Prime Times, Bad Times by Ed Joyce
          3. In the Storm of the Eye by Bill Leonard
        9. [+]
          Back to Basics by Michael Novak, pp. 97-102 - 1 Review
          1. In Pursuit: Of Happiness and Good Government by Charles Murray
        10. [+]
          Protectionism: A Guide for the Perplexed by Herbert Stein, pp. 103-106 - 1 Review
          1. Protectionism by Jagdish Bhagwati
        11. [+]
          The Return of the New Dealers by David Whitman, pp. 107-113 - 1 Review
          1. Poor Support by David T. Ellwood
        12. [+]
          The Pitfalls of School Reform by Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 114-119 - 2 Reviews
          1. The World We Created at Hamilton High, 1953-1987 by Gerald Grant
          2. Disruptive School Behavior by Judith Lynne Hanna
        13. [+]
          Vigilante Victim by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 120-125 - 1 Review
          1. A Crime of Self-Defense by George P. Fletcher
        14. [+]
          The Networks and the Nominees by David M. Ifshin, pp. 126-132 - 1 Review
          1. Bifurcated Politics by Byron E. Shafer
        15. [+]
          In the Firm and in the Family by Monica Powell, pp. 133-136 - 1 Review
          1. Women's Quest for Economic Equality by Victor R. Fuchs
        16. [+]
          To House a Nation by Louis Winnick, pp. 137-140 - 1 Review
          1. Where We Live by Irving Welfeld
        17. [+]
          Civil Rights and Natural Rights by William Bradford Reynolds, pp. 141-144 - 1 Review
          1. Changing Course by Clint Bolick
  4. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 33 Issues, 402 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 4 Issues, 51 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1990 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Obituary, p. 3
        2. The British Underclass by Charles Murray, pp. 4-28
        3. Antihumanism in the Humanities by Joel Schwartz, pp. 29-43
        4. Contributors, p. 44
        5. The Homelessness Muddle by Robert C. Ellickson, pp. 45-60
        6. A Multibillion-Dollar Radon Scare by Ben Bolch and Harold Lyons, pp. 61-67
        7. On the Higher Learning in America by Thomas Sowell, pp. 68-78
        8. Understanding the Savings-and-Loan Debacle by George J. Benston and George G. Kaufman, pp. 79-95
        9. Language Politics and American Identity by Jack Citrin, pp. 96-109
        10. "Still an American Dilemma" by Robert M. Hauser and R.J. Herrnstein, pp. 110-127
        11. "In Praise of Punishment" by Alexander E. Rawls and Stanley C. Brubaker, pp. 128-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1990 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Congressional Brainwashing Machine by James L. Payne, pp. 3-14
        2. Congress-Bashing for Beginners by Nelson W. Polsby, pp. 15-23
        3. The Permanent Democratic Congress by Norman Ornstein, pp. 24-44
        4. Congressional Despots, Then and Now by Fred Barnes, pp. 45-56
        5. Public Opinion and the "Congress Problem" by Everett Carll Ladd, pp. 57-67
        6. The Independent-Counsel Regime by Terry Eastland, pp. 68-80
        7. A Conservative Defense of Congress by Mickey Edwards, pp. 81-88
        8. Congress and the Courts by Gary L. McDowell, pp. 89-101
        9. I. Micromanaging Foreign Policy by L. Gordon Crovitz, pp. 102-115
        10. II. Micromanaging the Administrative Agencies by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 116-130
        11. III. Micromanaging the Defense Budget by Mackubin Thomas Owens, pp. 131-146
        12. [+]
          Locke and the Legislative Principle by Walter Berns, pp. 147-159 - 3 Reviews
          1. Congressional Government by Woodrow Wilson
          2. Congress and the American Tradition by James Burnham
          3. Congress and the Common Good by Arthur Maass
        13. Contributors, p. 160
      3. [+]
        Fall 1990 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. George Will's Baseball by Donald Kagan, pp. 3-20
        2. The Romantic Fallacy in Baseball by George F. Will, pp. 21-27
        3. Imagining Drug Legalization, pp. 28-42
        4. National Energy Planning Redux by Irwin Stelzer, pp. 43-54
        5. Our Nonexistent Housing Crisis by Irving Welfeld, pp. 55-61
        6. The Compelling Case for Youth Apprenticeships by Robert I. Lerman and Hillard Pouncy, pp. 62-77
        7. Reconsidering National Health Insurance by Laurence S. Seidman, pp. 78-88
        8. The Unreported Revolution in Population Economics by Julian L. Simon, pp. 89-100
        9. Contributors, pp. 101-102
        10. [+]
          Of Pushcart Vendors and Management Consultants by Matthew Miller, pp. 103-106 - 1 Review
          1. The Competitive Advantage of Nations by Michael E. Porter
        11. [+]
          Redistribution: Selfism Socialism by Richard John Neuhaus, pp. 107-112 - 1 Review
          1. The Ethics of Redistribution by Bertrand de Jouvenel
        12. [+]
          The State of Harvard by Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr., pp. 113-123 - 1 Review
          1. The University: An Owner's Manual by Henry Rosovsky
        13. [+]
          Is Choice a Necessity? by Abigail Thernstrom, pp. 124-131 - 3 Reviews
          1. Politics, Markets and America's Schools by John E. Chubb and Terry M. Moe
          2. Privatization and Educational Choice by Myron Lieberman
          3. Public School Choice by Myron Lieberman
        14. [+]
          The Perils of Legal Positivism by Hadley Arkes, pp. 132-138 - 1 Review
          1. The Problems of Jurisprudence by Richard A. Posner
        15. [+]
          The Productivity Perplex by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 139-144 - 1 Review
          1. Productivity and American Leadership by William J. Baumol and Sue Anne Batey Blackman, ...
        16. [+]
          Race and the Constitution by Diana Schaub, pp. 145-152 - 2 Reviews
          1. Slavery and Its Consequences by Robert A. Goldwin and Art Kaufman
          2. Why Blacks, Women and Jews Are Not Mentioned in the Constitution, and Other Unorthodox Views by Robert A. Goldwin
      4. [+]
        Winter 1990 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. I. Still an American Dilemma by R.J. Herrnstein, pp. 3-17
        2. II. Employment Testing and Job Performance by Jan H. Blits and Linda S. Gottfredson, pp. 18-25
        3. III. Social Psychology's "Racism" by Byron M. Roth, pp. 26-36
        4. Tissue Transplants by Emanuel D. Thorne, pp. 37-47
        5. Contributors, p. 48
        6. Rediscovering the Three-Decker House by Howard Husock, pp. 49-60
        7. The Work Ethic by Seymour Martin Lipset, pp. 61-69
        8. The "Japanization" of America? by Steven Kelman, pp. 70-83
        9. The Myth of the General Right to Bail by Robert F. Nagel, pp. 84-97
        10. Robert Bork and the Crime of Inequality by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 98-117
        11. Politics, Nonpartisanship, and the Public Service by Edward J. Lynch, pp. 118-132
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1991 = 4 Issues, 44 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1991 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. I. The New Politics of the New Poverty by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 3-20
        2. II. The Moral Environment of the Poor by Joel Schwartz, pp. 21-37
        3. It Ain't What They Teach, It's the Way That They Teach It by David P. Bryden, pp. 38-53
        4. The Phantom Epidemic of Sexual Assault by Neil Gilbert, pp. 54-65
        5. WIC: A Food Program That Fails by George G. Graham, pp. 66-75
        6. Better Living Through Litigation? by Walter Olson, pp. 76-87
        7. Controlled Choice in Massachusetts Public Schools by Charles L. Glenn, pp. 88-105
        8. Limiting Government by Limiting Congressional Terms by James L. Payne, pp. 106-117
        9. High-Rise Housing for Low-Income Families by J.S. Fuerst and Roy Petty, pp. 118-130
        10. Contributors, pp. 131-132
      2. [+]
        Summer 1991 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Great Sharecropper Success Story by David Whitman, pp. 3-19
        2. Textbooks and Tribalism in California by David L. Kirp, pp. 20-36
        3. The Lessons of New York City by Nathan Glazer, pp. 37-49
        4. One Hundred Years of Antitrust by Lino A. Graglia, pp. 50-66
        5. How Not to Reform Auto Insurance by Ross E. Cheit and Jonathan D. Youngwood, pp. 67-80
        6. [+]
          Review The Rhetoric of Reaction, by Albert O. Hirschman by Jerry Z. Muller, pp. 81-92 - 1 Review
          1. The Rhetoric of Reaction by Albert O. Hirschman
        7. [+]
          3 Reviews Feeding Frenzy, by Larry J. Sabato by Suzanne Garment, pp. 93-100 - 3 Reviews
          1. Feeding Frenzy by Larry J. Sabato
          2. The United States of Ambition by Alan Ehrenhalt
          3. Why Americans Hate Politics by E.J. Dionne, Jr.
        8. [+]
          Review Point Blank, by Gary Kleck by Don B. Kates, Jr., pp. 101-105 - 1 Review
          1. Point Blank by Gary Kleck
        9. [+]
          Review Beyond the Constitution, by Hadley Arkes by Terry Eastland, pp. 106-111 - 1 Review
          1. Beyond the Constitution by Hadley Arkes
        10. [+]
          Review The Natural Goodness of Man, by Arthur M. Melzer by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 112-115 - 1 Review
          1. The Natural Goodness of Man by Arthur M. Melzer
        11. [+]
          2 Reviews Agency Under Stress, by Martha Derthick by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 116-121 - 2 Reviews
          1. Agency Under Stress by Martha Derthick
          2. The Struggle for Auto Safety by Jerry L. Mashaw and David L. Harfst
        12. [+]
          Review The Meaning of Socialism, by Michael Luntley by Carl F. Horowitz, pp. 122-125 - 1 Review
          1. The Meaning of Socialism by Michael Luntley
        13. [+]
          Review The True and Only Heaven, by Christopher Lasch by Vincent J. Cannato, pp. 126-131 - 1 Review
          1. The True and Only Heaven by Christopher Lasch
        14. [+]
          Review The American Reader, by Diane Ravitch by Ben Wildavsky, pp. 132-135 - 1 Review
          1. The American Reader by Diane Ravitch
        15. Contributors, p. 136
      3. [+]
        Fall 1991 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Day Care or Parental Care? by Richard T. Gill, pp. 3-16
        2. Waste Disposal by Roger Starr, pp. 17-29
        3. America's Infant-Mortality Puzzle by Nicholas Eberstadt, pp. 30-47
        4. Language Choice for Latino Students by Rosalie Pedalino Porter, pp. 48-60
        5. Black and White at Stanford by John H. Bunzel, pp. 61-77
        6. Growth Economics vs. Macroeconomics by David P. Goldman, pp. 78-92
        7. IQ and Science by Arthur R. Jensen, pp. 93-106
        8. "The Great Sharecropper Success Story" by Nicholas Lemann and David Whitman, pp. 107-122
        9. Contributors, pp. 123-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1991 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Perils of Provocative Statistics by James P. Scanlan, pp. 3-14
        2. The Inheritance Revolution by John H. Langbein, pp. 15-31
        3. Educational Goals and Political Plans by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 32-48
        4. Business Ethics Past and Present by David Vogel, pp. 49-64
        5. Family Decline in the Swedish Welfare State by David Popenoe, pp. 65-77
        6. How Housing Regulations Cause Homelessness by William Tucker, pp. 78-88
        7. The Case for Greatly Increased Immigration by Julian L. Simon, pp. 89-103
        8. [+]
          Individualist America and Today's Immigrants by Peter Skerry, pp. 104-118 - 1 Review
          1. More Like Us by James Fallows
        9. Small is Beautiful by Ben Wildavsky, pp. 119-122
        10. Contributors, pp. 123-128
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 4 Issues, 44 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1992 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Shifting Sands of Public Opinion: Opinion by William G. Mayer, pp. 3-16
        2. Contributors, p. 17
        3. What Thatcher Wrought by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 18-51
        4. Of NIMBYs, LULUs, and NIMTOOs by Herbert Inhaber, pp. 52-64
        5. Organs for Sale? by Leon R. Kass, pp. 65-86
        6. Savings-and-Investment and Other Myths by Peter L. Bernstein, pp. 87-95
        7. [+]
          Edward Banfield, American Skeptic by James Q. Wilson, pp. 96-100 - 1 Review
          1. Here the People Rule by Edward C. Banfield
        8. [+]
          In Praise of the Eighties by Fred Barnes, pp. 101-105 - 1 Review
          1. The Seven Fat Years by Robert L. Bartley
        9. [+]
          More Like Them by Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 106-112 - 2 Reviews
          1. Ed School Follies by Rita Kramer
          2. The Learning Gap by Harold W. Stevenson and James W. Stigler
        10. [+]
          Sex and Reason? by Midge Decter, pp. 113-117 - 1 Review
          1. Sex and Reason by Richard A. Posner
        11. [+]
          Blacks, Jews, and Neighborhood Change by Howard Husock, pp. 118-125 - 1 Review
          1. The Death of an American Jewish Community by Hillel Levine and Lawrence Harmon
        12. [+]
          An End to Civil-Rights Laws? by L. Gordon Crovitz, pp. 126-129 - 1 Review
          1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
        13. [+]
          Deinstitutionalized Delinquents by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 130-136 - 1 Review
          1. Last One Over the Wall by Jerome G. Miller
        14. [+]
          Cities on the Edge by Vincent J. Cannato, pp. 137-144 - 1 Review
          1. Edge City by Joel Garreau
      2. [+]
        Summer 1992 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. I. The Story of John Turner by Elijah Anderson, pp. 3-34
        2. II. Black Philadelphia, Then and Now by Roger Lane, pp. 35-52
        3. III. How the Great Society "Destroyed the American Family" by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 53-64
        4. IV. Why is Black Educational Achievement Rising by David J. Armor, pp. 65-80
        5. For the Sake of the Children by Richard T. Gill, pp. 81-96
        6. Private Interests and Superfund by Marc K. Landy and Mary Hague, pp. 97-115
        7. Clean Fuels, Dirty Air by Jonathan H. Adler, pp. 116-131
        8. Public-Housing Perversity by Paul H. Messenger, pp. 132-143
        9. Contributors, p. 144
      3. [+]
        Fall 1992 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. I. "Subverting the Context" by Nathan Glazer, pp. 3-21
        2. II. Reinventing the Museum by Michael Lind, pp. 22-39
        3. III. The New Sound of Music by Michael Medved, pp. 40-52
        4. Bringing Back the Settlement House by Howard Husock, pp. 53-72
        5. Is the Rehnquist Court Conservative? by David P. Bryden, pp. 73-88
        6. The Post-Capitalist World by Peter F. Drucker, pp. 89-100
        7. [+]
          Redefining Equality by James Q. Wilson, pp. 101-108 - 1 Review
          1. The End of Equality by Mickey Kaus
        8. [+]
          On Hamilton and Popular Government by Walter Berns, pp. 109-113 - 1 Review
          1. The Effective Republic by Harvey Flaumenhaft
        9. "Family Decline in the Swedish Welfare States" by Karin Sandqvist and Bengt-Erik Andersson, pp. 114-116
        10. Family decline: a rejoinder by David Popenoe, pp. 117-122
        11. Contributors, pp. 123-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1992 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Schumpeter's Curious Politics by Bernard Semmel, pp. 3-16
        2. The Census Wars by Peter Skerry, pp. 17-31
        3. I. What's Really Behind the SAT-Score Decline? by Charles Murray and R.J. Herrnstein, pp. 32-56
        4. II. The Real World of Urban Education by Nathan Glazer, pp. 57-75
        5. III. Carrots or Sticks for High School Dropouts? by Jackson Toby and David J. Armor, pp. 76-90
        6. Was it a Decade of Greed? by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 91-96
        7. So Much for "Scarce Resources" by Stephen Moore, pp. 97-107
        8. Reassessing Federal Disability Insurance by Carolyn L. Weaver, pp. 108-121
        9. The Science of Cancer by Richard D. Pollak, pp. 122-134
        10. Contributors, pp. 135-136
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1993 = 4 Issues, 49 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1993 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Teaching the Virtues by Christina Hoff Sommers, pp. 3-13
        2. Babies for Sale by Robin Fox, pp. 14-40
        3. The Triumph of American Nationalism by Michael Barone, pp. 41-55
        4. Television and Violent Crime by Brandon S. Centerwall, pp. 56-71
        5. A Conservative Case for Judicial Activism by David P. Bryden, pp. 72-85
        6. A New Plan for the Family by Richard T. Gill and T. Grandon Gill, pp. 86-94
        7. The End of Welfare as We Know It? by Douglas J. Besharov and Amy Fowler, pp. 95-108
        8. Are Smokers Rational? by Nicholas Eberstadt, pp. 109-115
        9. Thatcher's Vision by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 116-121
        10. Contributors, pp. 122-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1993 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. On Gender by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-26
        2. A Human Capital Policy for the Cities by Nathan Glazer, pp. 27-49
        3. Mr. Jefferson Comes to Town by George F. Will, pp. 50-59
        4. Homosexuality, the Bible, and Us by Dennis Prager, pp. 60-83
        5. Are Drug Prices Too High? by Murray Weidenbaum, pp. 84-89
        6. The Environmentalist Assault on Agriculture by Karl Zinsmeister, pp. 90-98
        7. How Not to Stimulate the Economy by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 99-109
        8. The End of Taxation? by James L. Payne, pp. 110-118
        9. Toward a New Intolerance by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 119-122
        10. The Other Adam Smith by George Weigel, pp. 123-126
        11. Contributors, pp. 127-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1993 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Should Hate be a Crime? by James B. Jacobs, pp. 3-14
        2. The Contraception Paradox by Jessica Gress-Wright, pp. 15-26
        3. Contributors, p. 27
        4. The Limits of Monetary Policy by Lawrence B. Lindsey, pp. 28-39
        5. A Nation of Cowards by Jeffrey R. Snyder, pp. 40-55
        6. Does Money Buy Happiness? by Robert E. Lane, pp. 56-65
        7. The Europeanization of the U.S. Labor Market by David Henderson, pp. 66-81
        8. Bauhaus Blunders by Witold Rybczynski, pp. 82-90
        9. Cities, Suburbs, and the Urban Crisis by Peter D. Salins, pp. 91-104
        10. Commencement at McGill by Charles Krauthammer, pp. 105-109
        11. Is Culture the Culprit? by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 110-118
        12. The Tao of Community by Joshua Abramowitz, pp. 119-121
        13. Is Liberalism Just? by Ernest van den Haag, pp. 122-128
      4. [+]
        Winter 1993 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. What Infrastructure Crisis? by Heywood T. Sanders, pp. 3-18
        2. In Praise of Pork by John W. Ellwood and Eric M. Patashnik, pp. 19-33
        3. Shakespeare---"For All Time"? by Paul A. Cantor, pp. 34-48
        4. Social Science and Minority "Set Asides" by George R. LaNoue, pp. 49-62
        5. Genetic Engineering by Bernard D. Davis, pp. 63-75
        6. Contributors, p. 76
        7. "For the Sake of the Children" by Andrew J. Cherlin and Richard T. Gill, pp. 77-92
        8. [+]
          Madonna's intellectual by Mary R. Lefkowitz, pp. 93-96 - 1 Review
          1. Sex, Art, and American Culture by Camille Paglia
        9. [+]
          Death of a family by Joseph Adelson, pp. 97-101 - 1 Review
          1. Home Fires by Donald Katz
        10. [+]
          Rainbow warrior by Eric Reis, pp. 102-107 - 1 Review
          1. The Diversity of Life by Edward O. Wilson
        11. [+]
          Of the pundits, by the pundits, for the pundits? by Suzanne Garment, pp. 108-113 - 2 Reviews
          1. Talking Heads by Alan Hirsch
          2. Sound and Fury by Eric Alterman
        12. [+]
          New York Story by Roger Starr, pp. 114-119 - 1 Review
          1. The New York Approach by Joel Schwartz
        13. [+]
          The Founders' vision by Thomas L. Pangle, pp. 120-126 - 1 Review
          1. As Far As Republican Principles Will Admit by William A. Schambra and Martin Diamond
        14. [+]
          Head count by Joshua Abramowitz, pp. 127-131 - 2 Reviews
          1. Media Polls in American Politics by Thomas E. Mann and Gary R. Orren
          2. The Superpollsters by David W. Moore
        15. [+]
          The end of sociology? by Irving Louis Horowitz, pp. 132-136 - 1 Review
          1. Death at the Parasite Cafe by Stephen Pfohl
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 47 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1994 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Why Babies Die in D.C. by Nicholas Eberstadt, pp. 3-16
        2. Does Welfare Bring More Babies? by Charles Murray, pp. 17-30
        3. How Social Problems are Born by Nathan Glazer, pp. 31-44
        4. The Ideology of "Family Preservation" by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 45-60
        5. Who are the Working Poor? by Bradley Schiller, pp. 61-71
        6. The Quiet Health Care Revolution by Regina Herzlinger, pp. 72-90
        7. Is Job Training Oversold? by James J. Heckman, pp. 91-115
        8. [+]
          The New Protectionism by Ira Carnahan, pp. 116-121 - 1 Review
          1. Looking at the Sun by James Fallows
        9. [+]
          Social Science and the Moral Muddle by Joseph Adelson, pp. 122-126 - 1 Review
          1. The Moral Sense by James Q. Wilson
        10. Contributors, pp. 127-128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1994 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Execution by Quota? by Stanley Rothman and Stephen Powers #2, pp. 3-17
        2. Should Immigrants Assimilate? by Alejandro Portes and Min Zhou, pp. 18-33
        3. The Politics of School Violence by Jackson Toby, pp. 34-56
        4. Disorder and the Court by George L. Kelling and Catherine M. Coles, pp. 57-74
        5. Is "Rationality Review" Rational? by Robert F. Nagel, pp. 75-87
        6. Why Our Democracy Doesn't Work by William A. Niskanen, pp. 88-95
        7. The New Mercantilism by Charles Wolf, Jr., pp. 96-106
        8. Restoring Our Moral Voice by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 107-113
        9. [+]
          Four Cheers for Liberalism? by Jerry Z. Muller, pp. 114-123 - 1 Review
          1. The Anatomy of Antiliberalism by Stephen Holmes
        10. [+]
          Power Play by Karina Rollins, pp. 124-127 - 1 Review
          1. Fire With Fire by Naomi Wolf
        11. Contributors, p. 128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Question of Black Crime by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 3-32
        2. Commentaries by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 33-36
        3.  ---  by James Q. Wilson, pp. 37-39
        4.  ---  by Paul H. Robinson, pp. 40-47
        5.  ---  by Patrick A. Langan, pp. 48-50
        6.  ---  by Richard T. Gill, pp. 51-56
        7. A De-Moralized Society by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 57-80
        8. A New Era for Public Utilities by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 81-93
        9. School Choice Slandered by Daniel McGroarty, pp. 94-111
        10. Why Babies Die in D.C., Part II by Sanders Korenman and Nicholas Eberstadt, pp. 112-119
        11. [+]
          The Heritage of Dada by Roger Kimball, pp. 120-125 - 1 Review
          1. Dada and Surrealist Performance by Annabelle Henkin Melzer
        12. [+]
          Civilizing Nature by Roger D. Masters, pp. 126-130 - 1 Review
          1. The Hungry Soul by Leon R. Kass
        13. [+]
          Political Pros by Alan Ehrenhalt, pp. 131-136 - 1 Review
          1. Honest Opportunism by Peter Riddell
        14. [+]
          Critical Abuse by Paul A. Cantor, pp. 137-140 - 1 Review
          1. Recovering American Literature by Peter Shaw
        15. Contributors, pp. 141-144
      4. [+]
        Winter 1994 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. How Much Does Global Warming Matter? by Wilfred Beckerman and Jesse Malkin, pp. 3-16
        2. The School Choice Fiasco by Myron Lieberman, pp. 17-34
        3. At the VA, It Pays to be Sick by Douglas Mossman, pp. 35-47
        4. In Praise of Censorship by Stanley C. Brubaker, pp. 48-64
        5. A Better Way to Tax by Laurence S. Seidman, pp. 65-72
        6. Passing the Generational Buck by Laurence J. Kotlikoff and Jagadeesh Gokhale, pp. 73-81
        7. The Seeds of Urban Revival by Mitchell Sviridoff, pp. 82-103
        8. [+]
          Erotic Adventures of the Mind by Diana Schaub, pp. 104-110 - 1 Review
          1. Love and Friendship by Allan Bloom
        9. [+]
          Spiritual politics by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 111-118 - 1 Review
          1. The Culture of Disbelief by Stephen L. Carter
        10. [+]
          Dirty Words by Walter Berns, pp. 119-125 - 1 Review
          1. Only Words by Catharine A. MacKinnon
        11. Contributors, pp. 126-128
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 3 Issues, 40 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1995 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Assimilation's Quiet Tide by Richard D. Alba, pp. 3-18
        2. Educational Outcomes Do Matter by Bruno V. Manno, pp. 19-27
        3. Recycling by Roger Starr, pp. 28-41
        4. The Politics of Public Pension Funds by Roberta Romano, pp. 42-53
        5. Premodern Advice for the Postmodern Young by Steven Ozment, pp. 54-67
        6. Mainstreaming Kwanzaa by Anna Day Wilde, pp. 68-79
        7. [+]
          Crime Stories by Charles Logan, pp. 80-85 - 1 Review
          1. Crime by James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia
        8. [+]
          Blue Movies by Walter Berns, pp. 86-90 - 1 Review
          1. Hollywood Censored by Gregory D. Black
        9. [+]
          Morals and Markets by Hadley Arkes, pp. 91-96 - 1 Review
          1. No Harm by T. Patrick Burke
        10. [+]
          Freakish Thinking by David Brooks, pp. 97-101 - 1 Review
          1. Dictatorship of Virtue by Richard Bernstein
        11. [+]
          The Progressive Impulse by Hugh Heclo, pp. 102-105 - 1 Review
          1. Regulating a New Economy by Morton Keller
        12. [+]
          Defining Democracy Up by Philip Selznick, pp. 106-110 - 1 Review
          1. The Mild Voice of Reason by Joseph M. Bessette
        13. [+]
          Liberalism Redux by Adam Wolfson, pp. 111-118 - 3 Reviews
          1. New French Thought by Mark Lilla
          2. An Intellectual History of Liberalism by Pierre Manent
          3. The Empire of Fashion by Gilles Lipovetsky
        14. [+]
          Kill All the Lawyers? by Craig Daniel Turk, pp. 119-123 - 1 Review
          1. A Nation Under Lawyers by Mary Ann Glendon
        15. [+]
          Charitable Prescriptions by Heather R. Higgins, pp. 124-128 - 1 Review
          1. Unhealthy Charities by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. Dilorenzo
        16. [+]
          Meritocracy Defended by John W. Barry, pp. 129-133 - 1 Review
          1. In Defense of Elitism by William A. Henry III
        17. Contributors, pp. 134-136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1995 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. I. Why Johnny Can't Write by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 3-13
        2. II. Levin, Jeffries, and the Fate of Academic Autonomy by Nathan Glazer, pp. 14-40
        3. III. Towards Excellence in Education by Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 41-54
        4. IV. The Courts vs. Educational Standards by Michael Heise, pp. 55-63
        5. Intelligence and the Social Scientist by Leon R. Kass, pp. 64-78
        6. Religion's Challenge to Psychology by Lewis M. Andrews, pp. 79-88
        7. The Decline of the American Mafia by Peter Reuter, pp. 89-99
        8. [+]
          Overcoming Posner by Jay P. Lefkowitz, pp. 100-105 - 1 Review
          1. Overcoming Law by Richard A. Posner
        9. [+]
          Black Republicans? by Abigail Thernstrom, pp. 106-110 - 1 Review
          1. Behind the Mule by Michael C. Dawson
        10. [+]
          Unfulfilled expectations by Susan Kristol, pp. 111-115 - 1 Review
          1. Greater Expectations by William Damon
        11. [+]
          Fool's game by John E. Berthoud, pp. 116-119 - 1 Review
          1. Labyrinths of Prosperity by Reuven Brenner
        12. [+]
          Radical chic by Jonah Goldberg, pp. 120-124 - 1 Review
          1. Generation at the Crossroads by Paul Rogat Loeb
        13. Contributors, pp. 125-128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1995 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Looking Back to 1965 by George F. Will, pp. 3-14
        2. A Social Conservative Credo by Charles Krauthammer, pp. 15-22
        3. The Professionalization of Reform II by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 23-41
        4. Capitalism and Morality by James Q. Wilson, pp. 42-60
        5. Black and White After Thirty Years by Nathan Glazer, pp. 61-79
        6. American Conservatism, 1945-1995 by Irving Kristol, pp. 80-91
        7. Individualism Before Multiculturalism by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 92-106
        8. [+]
          The Other America Revisited by Roger Starr, pp. 107-121 - 1 Review
          1. The Other America by Michael Harrington
        9. The Partial Restoration of Traditional Society by Charles Murray, pp. 122-134
        10. Contributors, pp. 135-136
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 1 Issue, 14 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 1996 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Christian Socialism in Britain by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 3-11
        2. Divorce American Style by William A. Galston, pp. 12-26
        3. What Glass Ceiling? by Michael Lynch and Katherine Post, pp. 27-36
        4. Freud and the Culture Wars by Yale Kramer, pp. 37-51
        5. Cleaning Up Superfund by W. Kip Viscusi and James T. Hamilton, pp. 52-60
        6. How Immigration Harms Minorities by Norman Matloff, pp. 61-71
        7. On Justice Clarence Thomas by Stephen F. Smith, pp. 72-79
        8. The Benefits of Marriage by Steven Flanders, pp. 80-86
        9. [+]
          Postmodern, posthuman, postreal by James Bowman, pp. 87-90 - 1 Review
          1. Posthuman Bodies by Judith Halberstam and Ira Livingston
        10. [+]
          Decade of greed? by Jay P. Lefkowitz, pp. 91-95 - 1 Review
          1. Payback by Daniel Fischel
        11. [+]
          Chatterbox by Jason W.A. Bertsch, pp. 96-100 - 1 Review
          1. Union of Words by Wayne Fields
        12. [+]
          The art of liberty by Daniel J. Mahoney, pp. 101-107 - 1 Review
          1. Tocqueville and the Nature of Democracy by Pierre Manent
        13. [+]
          Whose history? by Morton Keller, pp. 108-111 - 2 Reviews
          1. Molding the Good Citizen by Robert Lerner, Althea K. Nagai, and Stanley Rothman, ...
          2. Lies My Teacher Told Me by James W. Loewen
        14. Contributors, p. 112
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 41 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1997 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Ritalin by Ken Livingston, pp. 3-18
        2. On Patriotism by Walter Berns, pp. 19-32
        3. How to Mend Affirmative Action by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 33-43
        4. Art Without Beauty by Roger Kimball, pp. 44-59
        5. The New Museology by Lynne Munson, pp. 60-70
        6. Black Studies Revisited by John H. Bunzel and Anita Susan Grossman, pp. 71-80
        7. Measuring Catholic School Performance by Derek Neal, pp. 81-87
        8. Vouchers for Religious Schools by Denis P. Doyle, pp. 88-95
        9. Litigation's Stranglehold on Charities by Spencer Abraham, pp. 96-107
        10. [+]
          From boys to men by Diana Schaub, pp. 108-114 - 1 Review
          1. Violent Land by David T. Courtwright
        11. [+]
          Affluence and divorce by Midge Decter, pp. 115-119 - 1 Review
          1. The Divorce Culture by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead
        12. [+]
          Mismeasure of man by Stephen M. Barr, pp. 120-123 - 1 Review
          1. Full House by Stephen Jay Gould
        13. [+]
          Into the melting pot by Elliott Abrams, pp. 124-127 - 1 Review
          1. Assimilation, American Style by Peter D. Salins
        14. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1997 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Moist Eyes---from Rousseau to Clinton by Clifford Orwin, pp. 3-20
        2. IQ and Economic Success by Charles Murray, pp. 21-35
        3. The Prescience of Myrdal by Abigail Thernstrom and Stephan Thernstrom, pp. 36-54
        4. The Culture of Secrecy by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, pp. 55-72
        5. Replacing the Nursing Home by Peter Uhlenberg, pp. 73-84
        6. A Conservative Case for Regulation by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 85-97
        7. Computers by David Skinner, pp. 98-109
        8. Equality, Growth, and the Myopic Society by Richard T. Gill, pp. 110-117
        9. [+]
          Redressing exposure by Robert H. Bork, pp. 118-121 - 1 Review
          1. The Repeal of Reticence by Rochelle Gurstein
        10. [+]
          Taking virtue seriously by Walter Berns, pp. 122-127 - 1 Review
          1. Public Morality and Liberal Society by Harry M. Clor
        11. Contributors, p. 128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1997 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. World Population Implosion? by Nicholas Eberstadt, pp. 3-22
        2. The Crisis in Scholarly Publishing by William C. Dowling, pp. 23-37
        3. Fathers and Welfare Reform by Wade F. Horn and Andrew Bush, pp. 38-49
        4. The Failure of Drug Education by D.M. Gorman, pp. 50-60
        5. In Pursuit of Criminal Justice by Joseph M. Bessette, pp. 61-72
        6. Public Housing as a "Poorhouse" by Howard Husock, pp. 73-85
        7. School Choice Builds Community, pp. 86-90
        8. [+]
          All about growth by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 91-95 - 1 Review
          1. Determinants of Economic Growth by Robert J. Barro
        9. [+]
          The 20 percent philosophy by Fareed Zakaria, pp. 96-101 - 1 Review
          1. What It Means to Be a Libertarian by Charles Murray
        10. [+]
          Dulce et decorum est... by David Brooks, pp. 102-106 - 1 Review
          1. For Cause and Comrades by James M. McPherson
        11. [+]
          The rights stuff by William A. Galston, pp. 107-111 - 1 Review
          1. From Parchment to Power by Robert A. Goldwin
        12. [+]
          Good parents not money by Douglas J. Besharov and Mark H. Lopez, pp. 112-115 - 1 Review
          1. What Money Can't Buy by Susan E. Mayer
        13. [+]
          Girls just wanna have fun by Diana Schaub, pp. 116-124 - 2 Reviews
          1. Women and the Common Life by Christopher Lasch and Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn
          2. Promiscuities by Naomi Wolf
        14. [+]
          Triumph of the counterculture by Diana West, pp. 125-129 - 1 Review
          1. Reassessing the Sixties by Stephen Macedo
        15. [+]
          Ethnicity and power by Mark F. Bernstein, pp. 130-135 - 1 Review
          1. The State Atlas of Political and Cultural Diversity by William Lilley III, Laurence J. DeFranco, and William M. Diefenderfer III, ...
        16. Contributors, p. 136
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 3 Issues, 35 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1998 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Democratic Remedies for Democratic Disorders by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 3-24
        2. Human Remedies for Social Disorders by James Q. Wilson, pp. 25-35
        3. Body and Soul by Martha Bayles, pp. 36-49
        4. Killing off the Dying? by Adam Wolfson, pp. 50-70
        5. Moral Reform by Joel Schwartz, pp. 71-91
        6. The New Pork Barrel by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 92-104
        7. [+]
          Teaching the young by David Frum, pp. 105-109 - 1 Review
          1. Cultivating Humanity by Martha C. Nussbaum
        8. [+]
          Patriotic political science by Diana Schaub, pp. 110-116 - 1 Review
          1. Reconstructing America by James W. Ceaser
        9. [+]
          Elective citizenship? by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 117-121 - 1 Review
          1. Civic Ideals by Rogers M. Smith
        10. [+]
          Reagan versus the intellectuals by Wilfred M. McClay, pp. 122-127 - 1 Review
          1. Ronald Reagan by Dinesh D'Souza
        11. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        Summer 1998 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Enforcing "Statutory Rape"? by Michael W. Lynch, pp. 3-16
        2. The Case Against Teacher Certification by Dale Ballou and Michael Podgursky, pp. 17-29
        3. The College and the City by Nathan Glazer, pp. 30-44
        4. Sports Stadium Boondoggle by Mark F. Bernstein, pp. 45-57
        5. Convention Center Follies by Heywood T. Sanders, pp. 58-72
        6. Are the Children of Today's Immigrants Making It? by Joel Perlmann and Roger Waldinger, pp. 73-96
        7. Telling the Poor What to Do by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 97-112
        8. [+]
          The therapeutic society by Francis Fukuyama, pp. 113-116 - 1 Review
          1. The Therapeutic State by James L. Nolan
        9. [+]
          Reasons to smoke by David Skinner, pp. 117-121 - 1 Review
          1. Smoking by W. Kip Viscusi
        10. [+]
          Dust bowl days by Roger Starr, pp. 122-127 - 1 Review
          1. Dust Bowl Migrants in the American Imagination by Charles J. Shindo
        11. Contributors, p. 128
      3. [+]
        Fall 1998 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Is America an Experiment? by Wilfred M. McClay, pp. 3-22
        2. Does Immigration Harm the Poor? by Steven A. Camarota, pp. 23-32
        3. The Limits of Campaign Spending Limits by Stanley C. Brubaker, pp. 33-54
        4. Washington versus School Reform by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Michael J. Petrilli, pp. 55-67
        5. Getting Serious about School Discipline by Jackson Toby, pp. 68-83
        6. Civic Education Reconsidered by James W. Ceaser and Patrick J. McGuinn, pp. 84-103
        7. [+]
          The Peace Corps' wonder years by Charles Murray, pp. 104-108 - 1 Review
          1. All You Need Is Love by Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman
        8. [+]
          French salons/American saloons by Diana Schaub, pp. 109-115 - 1 Review
          1. Women's Words by Mona Ozouf
        9. [+]
          Home of the tolerant by William A. Galston, pp. 116-120 - 1 Review
          1. One Nation, After All by Alan Wolfe
        10. [+]
          More guns, less crime? by Michael Barone, pp. 121-124 - 1 Review
          1. More Guns, Less Crime by John R. Lott, Jr.
        11. [+]
          Old books for today's kids by Diana West, pp. 125-132 - 5 Reviews
          1. My First Book of Biographies by Jean Marzollo
          2. Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston
          3. A First Book in American History by Edward Eggleston
          4. The Minute Boys of Lexington by Edward Stratemeyer
          5. The Minute Boys of Bunker Hill by Edward Stratemeyer
        12. [+]
          Political robber barons by Robert L. Formaini, pp. 133-135 - 1 Review
          1. Money for Nothing by Fred S. McChesney
        13. Contributors, p. 136
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1999 = 3 Issues, 37 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1999 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Still the Land of Opportunity? by Isabel V. Sawhill, pp. 3-17
        2. Thinking about Parent and Child by James Q. Wilson, pp. 18-29
        3. How to Save our Shrinking Cities by Witold Rybczynski and Peter D. Linneman, pp. 30-44
        4. [+]
          The Case for Racial Preferences by Nathan Glazer, pp. 45-63 - 1 Review
          1. The Shape of the River by William G. Bowen and Derek Bok
        5. [+]
          California After Racial Preferences by Martin Trow, pp. 64-85 - 1 Review
          1. The Shape of the River by William G. Bowen and Derek Bok
        6. Doing it Right by James J. Heckman, pp. 86-107
        7. Debating WIC by Leighton Ku, pp. 108-111
        8. A Reply by Douglas J. Besharov and Peter Germanis, pp. 112-117
        9. [+]
          An American tragedy by Alvin Kernan, pp. 118-123 - 1 Review
          1. A Dream Deferred by Shelby Steele
        10. [+]
          Multicultural illiteracy by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 124-128 - 1 Review
          1. Losing Our Language by Sandra Stotsky
        11. [+]
          Fixing Social Security by Timothy Taylor, pp. 129-132 - 1 Review
          1. Privatizing Social Security by Martin Feldstein
        12. [+]
          Statistical jargon by Charles Murray, pp. 133-135 - 1 Review
          1. The Politics of Large Numbers by Alain Desrosieres
        13. Contributors, p. 136
      2. [+]
        Summer 1999 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Boys Will Be Boys by Gwen J. Broude, pp. 3-17
        2. Courting Disorder in the Schools by Abigail Thernstrom, pp. 18-34
        3. Blood and Altruism by Joel Schwartz, pp. 35-51
        4. Boston Cops and Black Churches by Christopher Winship and Jenny Berrien, pp. 52-68
        5. Prevention Through Community Prosecution by Catherine M. Coles and George L. Kelling, pp. 69-84
        6. How Federal Prosecutors Can Reduce Crime by Elizabeth Glazer, pp. 85-99
        7. The Costly Compassion of the ADA by Roger Clegg, pp. 100-112
        8. Assessing Welfare Reform by Jack A. Meyer, pp. 113-120
        9. [+]
          The moralist of the dismal science by Francis Fukuyama, pp. 121-125 - 1 Review
          1. Adam Smith and the Virtues of Enlightenment by Charles L. Griswold
        10. [+]
          Taking too many liberties? by Stanley C. Brubaker, pp. 126-129 - 1 Review
          1. Principles for a Free Society by Richard A. Epstein
        11. [+]
          What's economics good for? by Ira Carnahan, pp. 130-135 - 1 Review
          1. Economics by Melvin W. Reder
        12. Contributors, p. 136
      3. [+]
        Fall 1999 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. On the Character of Generation X by Diana Schaub, pp. 3-24
        2. What's Happening in Business Schools? by Marianne M. Jennings, pp. 25-32
        3. Reducing Poverty, Not Inequality by Martin Feldstein, pp. 33-41
        4. The Monochrome Society by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 42-55
        5. Croly's Progressive America by Wilfred M. McClay, pp. 56-72
        6. Are Europe's Cities Better? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 73-84
        7. Is Regional Government the Answer? by Fred Siegel, pp. 85-98
        8. [+]
          Cultural meltdown by James Q. Wilson, pp. 99-104 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Disruption by Francis Fukuyama
        9. [+]
          Judging democratic art by Alvin Kernan, pp. 105-110 - 1 Review
          1. Democracy and the Arts by Arthur M. Melzer, Jerry Weinberger, and M. Richard Zinman, ...
        10. [+]
          The virtues and vices of economists by Irwin Stelzer, pp. 111-115 - 1 Review
          1. What Do Economists Contribute? by Daniel B. Klein
        11. [+]
          Impoverished theories of the working poor by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 116-120 - 1 Review
          1. No Shame in My Game by Katherine S. Newman
        12. [+]
          The feminist church? by James Nuechterlein, pp. 121-128 - 1 Review
          1. The Church Impotent by Leon J. Podles
  5. [+]
    Issues of the 2000s = 4 Years, 13 Issues, 164 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 4 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2000 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. When Psychotherapy Replaces Religion by James Davison Hunter, pp. 5-21
        2. The Twilight of Liberal Welfare Reform by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 22-34
        3. The Cultural Revolution in Health Care by Ronald W. Dworkin, pp. 35-49
        4. Dilemmas of Conservatism by Jerry Z. Muller, pp. 50-64
        5. Defending Suburban Sprawl by Peter Gordon and Harry Richardson, pp. 65-71
        6. Two Cheers for Capitalism by James Q. Wilson, pp. 72-75
        7. Capitalism and the Human Spirit by Michael Novak, pp. 76-83
        8. Y2K America by Alvin Kernan, pp. 84-87
        9. [+]
          Review Essay: New York City by Fred Siegel, pp. 88-98 - 5 Reviews
          1. Working-Class New York by Joshua B. Freeman
          2. Re-Presenting the City by Anthony D. King
          3. New York, Chicago, Los Angeles by Janet L. Abu-Lughod
          4. Times Square Red, Times Square Blue by Samuel R. Delany
          5. The Campaign by Evan J. Mandery
        10. [+]
          The trouble with Fish by William A. Galston, pp. 99-105 - 1 Review
          1. The Trouble With Principle by Stanley Fish
        11. [+]
          Broken streets, broken lives by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 106-110 - 1 Review
          1. Code of the Street by Elijah Anderson
        12. [+]
          Statesmen wanted by Adam Wolfson, pp. 111-115 - 1 Review
          1. The Revenge of Conscience by J. Budziszewski
        13. [+]
          Reeducating liberalism by Eric Cohen, pp. 116-120 - 1 Review
          1. Diversity and Distrust by Stephen Macedo
        14. [+]
          Education Books Roundup by Mark Gerson, pp. 121-128 - 2 Reviews
          1. Choosing Equality by Joseph P. Viteritti
          2. The Students Are Watching by Theodore R. Sizer and Nancy F. Sizer
      2. [+]
        Summer 2000 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Postmodern Nursing by Sarah Glazer, pp. 3-16
        2. Welfare Reform by Douglas J. Besharov and Peter Germanis, pp. 17-35
        3. The Lessons of W-2 by Amy L. Sherman, pp. 36-48
        4. Culture and Achievement by Nathan Glazer, pp. 49-63
        5. Improving, Empowering, Dismantling by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Marci Kanstoroom, pp. 64-73
        6. Homeschooling Comes of Age by Patricia M. Lines, pp. 74-85
        7. The Spirit of a Free Man by Diana Schaub, pp. 86-107
        8. [+]
          Love among the ruins by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 108-113 - 1 Review
          1. Wing to Wing, Oar to Oar by Amy A. Kass and Leon R. Kass
        9. [+]
          The journal that saved the city by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 114-116 - 1 Review
          1. The Millennial City by Myron Magnet
        10. [+]
          How are we doing? by Jason Bertsch, pp. 117-121 - 1 Review
          1. The Social Health of the Nation by Marque-Luisa Miringoff and Marc Miringoff
        11. [+]
          Philosophizing public opinion by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 122-128 - 1 Review
          1. Public Opinion by Slavko Splichal
      3. [+]
        Fall 2000 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Immigration in the New Economy by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 5-16
        2. Paradoxes of Welfare-State Conservatism by Steven M. Teles, pp. 17-40
        3. The Demise of Child-Rearing by Lyric Wallwork Winik, pp. 41-54
        4. Death, Wealth, and Taxes by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 55-67
        5. The Burden of Wealth by James K. Galbraith, pp. 68-73
        6. A Reply by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 74-76
        7. The New Gospel of Health by Ronald W. Dworkin, pp. 77-90
        8. Crime-Fighting and Urban Renewal by Eli Lehrer, pp. 91-103
        9. [+]
          Bobos in purgatory by Diana Schaub, pp. 104-109 - 1 Review
          1. Bobos in Paradise by David Brooks
        10. [+]
          Godly people in the public square by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 110-115 - 1 Review
          1. The Next American Spirituality by George Gallup and Timothy K. Jones
        11. [+]
          Counting heads by William Petersen, pp. 116-120 - 2 Reviews
          1. Counting on the Census? by Peter Skerry
          2. Who Counts by Margo J. Anderson and Stephen E. Fienberg
        12. [+]
          The politics of asylum by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 121-128 - 1 Review
          1. A Well-Founded Fear by Philip G. Schrag
      4. [+]
        Winter 2000 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Spirit of Capitalism, 2000 by David Bosworth, pp. 3-28
        2. Pedophilia and the Culture Wars by G.E. Zuriff, pp. 29-39
        3. Welfare Reform and Reducing Teen Pregnancy by Isabel V. Sawhill, pp. 40-51
        4. McLuhan's World---and Ours by David Skinner, pp. 52-64
        5. Budgeting More, Deciding Less by Eric M. Patashnik, pp. 65-78
        6. The Bad Law of "Disparate Impact" by Roger Clegg, pp. 79-90
        7. To the "Disadvantaged" Go the Spoils? by George R. La Noue, pp. 91-98
        8. [+]
          Designing the cityscape by David Brooks, pp. 99-103 - 1 Review
          1. A Clearing in the Distance by Witold Rybczynski
        9. [+]
          Madness and Enlightenment by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 104-108 - 1 Review
          1. Madness and Democracy by Marcel Gauchet and Gladys Swain
        10. [+]
          Innocence lost by Diana West, pp. 109-113 - 1 Review
          1. Ready or Not by Kay S. Hymowitz
        11. [+]
          Priestess of progress by Hillel Fradkin, pp. 114-119 - 1 Review
          1. The Future and Its Enemies by Virginia Postrel
        12. [+]
          The shadow government by Michael Barone, pp. 120-123 - 1 Review
          1. The True Size of Government by Paul Charles Light
        13. [+]
          Community action for the 1990s by Louis Winnick, pp. 124-128 - 1 Review
          1. Urban Problems and Community Development by Ronald F. Ferguson and William T. Dickens
    2. [+]
      Issues of 2001 = 4 Issues, 48 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2001 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Thinking about a "New Economy" by Timothy Taylor, pp. 3-19
        2. Religion in the 2000 Election by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 20-26
        3. The Trouble with Parties by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 27-44
        4. Is Technology a Threat to Liberal Society? by Irving Kristol, pp. 45-52
        5. Courtship Today by Daniel Cere, pp. 53-71
        6. Media and Business Elites by Stanley Rothman and Amy E. Black, pp. 72-86
        7. Bertrand de Jouvenel's Melancholy Liberalism by Brian C. Anderson, pp. 87-104
        8. [+]
          Review Bowling Alone, by Robert D. Putnam by Wilfred M. McClay, pp. 105-110 - 1 Review
          1. Bowling Alone by Robert D. Putnam
        9. [+]
          Review The Dignity of Working Men, by Michele Lamont by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 111-115 - 1 Review
          1. The Dignity of Working Men by Michele Lamont
        10. [+]
          Review What Art Is, by Louis Torres and Michelle Mard... by Roger Kimball, pp. 116-120 - 1 Review
          1. What Art Is by Louis Torres and Michelle Marder Kamhi
        11. [+]
          Review The Burden of Bad Ideas, by Heather Mac Donald by Eric Cohen, pp. 121-127 - 1 Review
          1. The Burden of Bad Ideas by Heather Mac Donald
        12. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        Summer 2001 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. American Diversity and the 2000 Census by Nathan Glazer, pp. 3-18
        2. The Surprising Consensus on School Choice by Jay P. Greene, pp. 19-35
        3. Revamping Special Education by Wade F. Horn and Douglas Tynan, pp. 36-53
        4. Learning from James Coleman by Richard D. Kahlenberg, pp. 54-72
        5. The Problem of Reading in an Age of Mass Democracy by Martin Diamond, pp. 73-84
        6. The Medicalization of Unhappiness by Ronald W. Dworkin, pp. 85-99
        7. [+]
          Review Culture and Equality, by Brian Barry by William A. Galston, pp. 100-108 - 1 Review
          1. Culture and Equality by Brian Barry
        8. [+]
          Review Educating the Prince, by Mark Blitz and Willia... by Jerry Z. Muller, pp. 109-115 - 1 Review
          1. Educating the Prince by Mark Blitz and William Kristol
        9. [+]
          Review Fighting Poverty With Virtue, by Joel Schwartz by Peter Berkowitz, pp. 116-120 - 1 Review
          1. Fighting Poverty With Virtue by Joel Schwartz
        10. [+]
          Review April 1865: The Month That Saved America, by J... by Lee Bockhorn, pp. 121-127 - 1 Review
          1. April 1865: The Month That Saved America by Jay Winik
        11. Contributors, p. 128
      3. [+]
        Fall 2001 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The Idea of Compassion by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 3-24
        2. The British Underclass by Charles Murray, pp. 25-37
        3. What about the Overclass? by Melanie Phillips, pp. 38-43
        4. America by Wilfred M. McClay, pp. 44-58
        5. The Transformation of Liberalism, 1964 to 2001 by Thomas F. Powers, pp. 59-81
        6. Jane Addams and the Social Claim by Jean Bethke Elshtain, pp. 82-92
        7. [+]
          The Costs and Benefits of Cost Benefit Analysis by Adam Wolfson, pp. 93-99 - 1 Review
          1. Cost-Benefit Analysis by Matthew D. Adler and Eric A. Posner
        8. [+]
          Bringing Up Baby by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 100-105 - 1 Review
          1. Kids by Meredith F. Small
        9. Understanding Heidegger by Mark Blitz, pp. 106-115
        10. [+]
          The City of God in the City of Man by Daniel J. Mahoney, pp. 116-122 - 1 Review
          1. Christian Faith and Modern Democracy by Robert P. Kraynak
        11. [+]
          Debating Evolution by Alvin Kernan, pp. 123-127 - 1 Review
          1. The Evolutionists by Richard Morris
        12. Contributors, p. 128
      4. [+]
        Winter 2001 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. How to Cure Health Care by Milton Friedman, pp. 3-30
        2. Politics in a Brave New World by Adam Wolfson, pp. 31-43
        3. Does Federalism Have a Future? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 44-60
        4. Crime, Punishment, and Prevention by Paul H. Robinson, pp. 61-71
        5. My Time in the Peace Corps by Saral Waldorf, pp. 72-82
        6. Are Nonprofit CEOs Overpaid? by Peter Frumkin, pp. 83-94
        7. Moynihan's Legacy by Jeffrey O'Connell and Richard F. Bland, pp. 95-106
        8. [+]
          Review On Hallowed Ground, by John Patrick Diggins by William A. Galston, pp. 107-110 - 1 Review
          1. On Hallowed Ground by John Patrick Diggins
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          Review The Virtue of Prosperity, by Dinesh D'Souza by David Skinner, pp. 111-114 - 1 Review
          1. The Virtue of Prosperity by Dinesh D'Souza
        10. [+]
          Review America's Congress, by David R. Mayhew by Michael Barone, pp. 115-119 - 1 Review
          1. America's Congress by David R. Mayhew
        11. [+]
          Review Exhibitionism, by Lynne Munson by Alvin Kernan, pp. 120-123 - 1 Review
          1. Exhibitionism by Lynne Munson
        12. [+]
          Review Compassionate Conservatism, by Marvin Olasky by Daniel J. Mahoney, pp. 124-127 - 1 Review
          1. Compassionate Conservatism by Marvin Olasky
        13. Contributors, p. 128
    3. [+]
      Issues of 2002 = 4 Issues, 51 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 2002 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Slavery and the Black Family by James Q. Wilson, pp. 3-23
        2. The Truth about Globalization by Timothy Taylor, pp. 24-44
        3. Can Liberal Education Survive Liberal Democracy by Diana Schaub, pp. 45-60
        4. Our Tottering Confirmation Process by Paul C. Light, pp. 61-75
        5. Reviving the Citizen-Soldier by Charles Moskos, pp. 76-85
        6. The Real Education of Henry Adams by Richard A. Samuelson, pp. 86-102
        7. [+]
          Rotting the apple by Michael Barone, pp. 103-106 - 1 Review
          1. The Ungovernable City by Vincent J. Cannato
        8. [+]
          Pseudo-intellectual by Wilfred M. McClay, pp. 107-111 - 1 Review
          1. Public Intellectuals: A Study of Decline by Richard A. Posner
        9. [+]
          Computers don't help by David Skinner, pp. 112-116 - 1 Review
          1. Oversold and Underused by Larry Cuban
        10. [+]
          This is your soul on drugs by Damon Linker, pp. 117-121 - 1 Review
          1. Drug War Heresies by Robert J. MacCoun and Peter Reuter
        11. [+]
          School choice schism by Myron Lieberman, pp. 122-127 - 2 Reviews
          1. The School Choice Wars by John Merrifield
          2. Schools, Vouchers, and the American Public by Terry M. Moe
        12. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        Summer 2002 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Death and Life of America's Cities by Fred Siegel, pp. 3-22
        2. Where Have All the Nurses Gone? by Ronald W. Dworkin, pp. 23-36
        3. The Problem with Polling by Robert Weissberg, pp. 37-48
        4. The Forgotten T.R. by Jean M. Yarbrough, pp. 49-69
        5. Mr. Jefferson's University Breaks Up by David L. Kirp and Patrick S. Roberts, pp. 70-84
        6. Making School Reform Work by Chester E. Finn, Jr., pp. 85-95
        7. The Survival of Moral Federalism by Kimberly A. Hendrickson, pp. 96-110
        8. [+]
          Lipset's big question by Nathan Glazer, pp. 111-118 - 1 Review
          1. It Didn't Happen Here by Seymour Martin Lipset and Gary Marks
        9. [+]
          Liberalism and diversity by James Q. Wilson, pp. 119-122 - 1 Review
          1. Liberal Pluralism by William A. Galston
        10. [+]
          Postmodern religion by Adam Wolfson, pp. 123-130 - 1 Review
          1. Varieties of Religion Today by Charles Taylor
        11. [+]
          The roots of inequality by Isabel V. Sawhill, pp. 131-136 - 1 Review
          1. The Causes and Consequences of Increasing Inequality by Finis Welch
        12. [+]
          Misunderstanding poverty by Lawrence M. Mead, pp. 137-140 - 1 Review
          1. Understanding Poverty by Sheldon H. Danziger and Robert H. Haveman
        13. [+]
          Blacks and labor---the untold story by Ken I. Kersch, pp. 141-145 - 1 Review
          1. Only One Place of Redress by David E. Bernstein
        14. [+]
          Broken windows reconsidered by Eli Lehrer, pp. 146-151 - 2 Reviews
          1. Breaking Away From Broken Windows by Ralph B. Taylor
          2. Illusion of Order by Bernard E. Harcourt
        15. Contributors, p. 152
      3. [+]
        Fall 2002 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Our Secularist Democratic Party by Louis Bolce and Gerald De Maio, pp. 3-20
        2. Do We Need the Census Race Question? by Nathan Glazer, pp. 21-31
        3. The Lost Sense of Honor by James Bowman, pp. 32-49
        4. The Three Faith Factors by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 50-64
        5. How the Terrorists Get In by Steven A. Camarota, pp. 65-79
        6. Politics After the Internet by Yuval Levin, pp. 80-96
        7. [+]
          Guns in the U.S. and U.K. by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 97-102 - 1 Review
          1. Guns and Violence by Joyce Lee Malcolm
        8. [+]
          What's at stake in biotech? by William A. Galston, pp. 103-107 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Future is Now by William Kristol and Eric Cohen
          2. Our Posthuman Future by Francis Fukuyama
        9. [+]
          Getting over the wall by Robert H. Bork, pp. 108-111 - 1 Review
          1. Separation of Church and State by Philip Hamburger
        10. [+]
          The indispensible innovator by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 112-115 - 1 Review
          1. The Free-Market Innovation Machine by William J. Baumol
        11. [+]
          A new feminism? by Kay S. Hymowitz, pp. 116-121 - 1 Review
          1. Liberty for Women by Wendy McElroy
        12. [+]
          Capital punishment in America by Nelson Lund, pp. 122-127 - 1 Review
          1. The Death Penalty: An American History by Stuart Banner
        13. Contributors, p. 128
      4. [+]
        Winter 2002 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. How to Regulate Science by Francis Fukuyama, pp. 3-22
        2. Biodemocracy in America by Adam Wolfson, pp. 23-37
        3. The Meaning of Life by Leon R. Kass, pp. 38-73
        4. The Perils of Early Motherhood by Isabel V. Sawhill, pp. 74-84
        5. The Politics of Broadband by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 85-96
        6. Inventing Race by John D. Skrentny, pp. 97-113
        7. Inventing Racism by G.E. Zuriff, pp. 114-128
        8. [+]
          In Rawls Wake by Marc F. Plattner, pp. 129-133 - 1 Review
          1. The Two Faces of Liberalism by John Gray
        9. [+]
          Politics as Usual by Elizabeth Arens, pp. 134-140 - 1 Review
          1. The Radical Center by Ted Halstead and Michael Lind
        10. [+]
          Trading Places by Christine Curran, pp. 141-143 - 1 Review
          1. Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich
        11. Contributors, p. 144
    4. [+]
      Issues of 2003 = 1 Issue, 15 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2003 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Past and Future of Welfare Reform by Douglas J. Besharov, pp. 4-21
        2. Psychiatry in the Courtroom by Douglas Mossman, pp. 22-37
        3. The Public's Stake by Leon R. Kass, pp. 38-40
        4. Slavery Plus Abortion by Diana Schaub, pp. 41-45
        5. An Opportunity Lost by Charles Murray, pp. 46-49
        6. The Danger of Absolutes by William A. Galston, pp. 50-53
        7. The Horror by J. Bottum, pp. 54-57
        8. A Reply by Leon R. Kass, pp. 58-62
        9. The Independent Mind of Edward Banfield by James Q. Wilson, pp. 63-88
        10. Moving Out of Public Housing by Howard Husock, pp. 89-100
        11. Souls Without Longing by Robert C. Bartlett, pp. 101-114
        12. [+]
          Commanding the commanders by Jay Winik, pp. 115-120 - 1 Review
          1. Supreme Command by Eliot A. Cohen
        13. [+]
          Juries on trial by Ken I. Kersch, pp. 121-130 - 1 Review
          1. Punitive Damages by Cass R. Sunstein, Reid Hastie, and John W. Payne, ...
        14. [+]
          Defending the Constitution by Robert Goldwin, pp. 131-135 - 1 Review
          1. How Democratic is the American Constitution? by Robert Dahl
        15. Contributors, p. 136