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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 6 Years, 21 Issues, 209 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 1 Issue, 7 Articles
      1. [+]
        Fall 1994 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. An Old New Hat for Hillary? by Ellen Ladowsky, p. 1
        2. Hair and the Woman by Danielle Crittenden, p. 2
        3. What Is This Dreck? by Martha Bayles, pp. 3-4
        4. A digest of women's monthlies by Cynthia Grenier, p. 5
        5. Getting Mary Poppins off the Dole by Anne Applebaum, pp. 6-7
        6. Free to be "That Girl" by Elena Neuman, pp. 8-10
        7. Sophia's Choice by Mary Ellen Bork, pp. 11-12
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 4 Issues, 37 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1995 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Violence Against Taxpayers by Betsy Hart, p. 1
        2. Diary: The Personal Isn't Political by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-5
        3. Equal Pay for Less Work by Karen Selick, p. 6
        4. Women's World by Cynthia Grenier, pp. 7-8
        5. Give a Little Whistle by Anne Roche Muggeridge, pp. 9-10
        6. "I'm Not Dead Yet!" by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 11-13
        7. If You Knew Marty Like I Knew Marty by Karen Fejer, pp. 14-16
        8. Daycare Dearest by Cathy Rindner Tempelsman, pp. 17-18
        9. "Boring, Insignificant Lesbian Sex" by Christina Hoff Sommers, pp. 19-20
      2. [+]
        Spring 1995 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. "That's No White Male, That's My Husband!" by Ellen Ladowsky, p. 1
        2. The Tyranny of Children by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        3. Correspondence, p. 4
        4. A First Lady on Wheels? by Claudia Winkler, pp. 5-10
        5. Students Who Stomp in Seminars by Daphne Patai and Noretta Koertge, pp. 11-14
        6. Mommy Will Be Home after the Bombardment: Two Views on Women in the Military by Peter Worthington and Rowan Scarborough, pp. 15-18
        7. The Sullen Wife by David Frum, p. 19
        8. By Day Her Husband Lived, Invisible by Anne Applebaum, pp. 20-22
        9. Two Boyfriends Ago, Three Girlfriends Back by Iva Pekarkova, pp. 23-24
      3. [+]
        Summer 1995 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Do the Wrong Thing by Camille Harper, p. 1
        2. Saving People From Themselves by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        3. Correspondence, p. 4
        4. Boys Should Be Boys by Anne Roche Muggeridge, pp. 5-7
        5. The Lion Queen by Grace Paine Terzian, pp. 8-13
        6. How Women Saved Me by Ernest Hillen, p. 14
        7. "I Just Read Them for the Fashion" by Cynthia Grenier, pp. 15-16
        8. Eat Me by Wendy Shalit, pp. 17-18
        9. Dinner Will Not Be Ready at Six by Karen Fejer, pp. 19-22
        10. On Motorcycling and Virtue by Anita Blair, pp. 23-24
      4. [+]
        Fall 1995 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Are We Nuts? by Helen Mathews Smith, p. 1
        2. What's Her Name? by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        3. How Women Beat Men at College Sports by Jessica Gavora, pp. 4-5
        4. 0n "Brads" by Jonathan Foreman, p. 6
        5. The Herstory of Warfare by Olivia Vlahos, pp. 7-11
        6. Mrs. Smith Came to Washington by Rebecca Borders, pp. 12-13
        7. Streetwalking in Lahore by David Warren, pp. 14-15
        8. I'll Represent Myself, Thanks by Rael Jean Isaac, pp. 16-22
        9. "People-Centered Sustainable Development" and Other Helpful Suggestions for Women's Equ..., pp. 23-24
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 4 Issues, 38 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1996 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Fetus Beat Us by Candace C. Crandall, p. 1
        2. Cinderella as Role Model by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        3. You're On Your Own, Baby by Midge Decter, pp. 4-6
        4. A Cad's Fear of Children by David Eddie, p. 7
        5. Cutting Our Noses by Anita K. Blair, p. 8
        6. The Weaker Sex by John Muggeridge, pp. 9-12
        7. We Told You So by William R. Mattox, Jr., pp. 13-14
        8. Silly Novels by Lady Novelists by Stephanie Herman, pp. 15-18
        9. Correspondence, pp. 19-22
        10. "Medicaid Paid for My Sex Change Operation" by Deborah Weiss, pp. 23-24
      2. [+]
        Spring 1996 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Jane Austen, Pundit by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. The New Hysteria: Fainting Ladies by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 4-6
        3. The New Hysteria: Shrinking Violets at the Office by Elizabeth Larson, pp. 7-9
        4. Where Childhood Never Comes by Camille Harper, pp. 10-12
        5. But Can She Make a Nice Kuggel? by David Klinghoffer, p. 13
        6. Why Your Daughter Wants Her Navel Pierced by Olivia Vlahos, pp. 14-17
        7. It Doesn't Take a Village Idiot by Zofia Smardz, pp. 18-19
        8. Summertime Cinderellas by Isabel Vincent, pp. 20-22
        9. Calling Henry Higgins by Lynne V. Cheney, pp. 23-24
      3. [+]
        Summer 1996 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Shirt Gap by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Why Didn't He Call? by Kate Fillion, pp. 4-6
        3. What Does Woman Want? by Christina Hoff Sommers and Helen Gurley Brown, ..., pp. 7-10
        4. Hotel of Savages by David Brooks, p. 11
        5. Legal But Not Safe by Candace C. Crandall, pp. 12-15
        6. Mommy Still Looks Good by Mark Genuis, pp. 16-17
        7. Correspondence, p. 18
        8. Animal Crackers by Sally Satel, pp. 19-22
        9. Endangered White Males by Olivia Vlahos, pp. 23-24
      4. [+]
        Fall 1996 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Gender Pap by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Rapists' Feminist Allies by Deidre Raver, pp. 4-5
        3. Turning Back the Clock by Danielle Crittenden, p. 6
        4. How You Differ From Your Parents by David Frum, p. 7
        5. Turning Back the Clock: You Asked for It by Maureen Sirhal, pp. 8-12
        6. Be a Man by Philip Terzian, p. 13
        7. It's All Over by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 14-17
        8. The Weaker Sex by Lee Lamothe, pp. 18-19
        9. Correspondence, pp. 20-22
        10. Save the Males by Anita K. Blair, pp. 23-24
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 4 Issues, 40 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1997 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The New Servant Problem by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Why Good Help Is Hard to Find by David Frum, pp. 4-5
        3. You Can't Import It, Either by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 6-8
        4. And Even When You Find It by Diana West, pp. 9-10
        5. Why Me? by Yvonne Crittenden and Danielle Crittenden, pp. 11-15
        6. Help! by Olivia Vlahos, pp. 16-18
        7. Two-Cat Women by Jonathan Foreman, p. 19
        8. Correspondence, pp. 20-22
        9. Betcha Haven't Seen Figures Like These!, pp. 23-24
      2. [+]
        Spring 1997 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Just Say No to Feminist Sex by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. It's a Plague by Helen Mathews Smith, pp. 4-5
        3. How We Got the ERA by Anita K. Blair, pp. 6-10
        4. Slap Your Spouse, Lose Your House by Gerald McOscar, pp. 11-12
        5. Don't Pay Too Much for Sex by James K. Glassman, pp. 13-14
        6. And Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson by John A. Barnes, p. 15
        7. Ozzie and Harriet Redux by Dana Mack, pp. 16-20
        8. Where Is Space Fighter Barbie? by Stephanie Herman, pp. 21-23
        9. Correspondence, pp. 24-26
        10. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, pp. 27-28
      3. [+]
        Summer 1997 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. This is the Army, Mrs. Jones by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. It's Always His Fault by Sally L. Satel, pp. 4-10
        3. An Immodest Proposal by Julie Ann Kessler, pp. 11-12
        4. None of Our Business by Candace C. Crandall, pp. 13-17
        5. The Tender Heart of a Pretty Girl by Fraser Sutherland, pp. 18-19
        6. Don't Get Even, Get Mad by Walter K. Olson, pp. 20-23
        7. Correspondence, pp. 24-26
        8. Bulimic Barbie by Rondi Adamson, pp. 27-28
      4. [+]
        Fall 1997 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Low Style by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Is That All There Is? by Lisa Schiffren, pp. 4-8
        3. We're All Tramps Now by F. Carolyn Graglia, pp. 9-12
        4. Not at My Table by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 13-15
        5. Which Are More Attractive: Left-Wing Women or Right-Wing Women? by David Brooks and Christopher Hitchens, pp. 16-19
        6. And Above All, Lighten Up by Jonathan Foreman, pp. 20-21
        7. The Little Lady Who Started a Great Big Revolution by Becky Garrison, pp. 22-25
        8. The Real Reason Feminists Won't Defend Paula Jones by Noemie Emery, pp. 26-28
        9. The Oy! of Sex by Cynthia Grenier, p. 29
        10. The Female Condom and Other Bright Ideas by Marc M. Arkin, pp. 30-32
        11. When Anything Goes by Olivia Vlahos, pp. 33-35
        12. Correspondence, pp. 36-38
        13. Upgrading from Girlfriend 4.0 to Wife 1.0, pp. 39-40
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 4 Issues, 44 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1998 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Who ya gonna call? by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. You're in Trouble Again, Johnny by Jessica Gavora, pp. 4-5
        3. Look Who's Losing by Kimberly Schuld, pp. 6-8
        4. This Hurts Me More Than You by Peter Worthington, p. 9
        5. Nice Girls Who Kill Their Babies by Patricia Pearson, pp. 10-16
        6. The Abuse Excuse by Sally Satel, p. 17
        7. Better Dead than Club Med by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 18-20
        8. The Weaker Sex by Jo Anne M. Randall, pp. 21-22
        9. Correspondence, pp. 23-26
        10. Still Crazy After All These Years by Dale O'Leary, pp. 27-28
      2. [+]
        Spring 1998 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Mother of All Problems by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. She's Back! by Meghan Cox Gurdon, pp. 4-7
        3. Daddy Direst by David Eddie, pp. 8-9
        4. They Make Such Lovely Pets by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 10-12
        5. You Are Not My Kid's Mom by Diane Fisher, pp. 13-15
        6. What Crisis? by Darcy Olsen, pp. 16-17
        7. Day-care Capital by Kathryn Jean Lopez, pp. 18-19
        8. IRS to Moms by Anita K. Blair, p. 20
        9. It May Not Be Destiny, But by Mona Charen, pp. 21-23
        10. Poll Pourri: Listen to Mom by Karlyn Bowman, pp. 24-26
        11. "Not Again Tonight, Dear...!" by Wendy Shalit, pp. 27-28
      3. [+]
        Summer 1998 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The No Fun Mum by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Sex and Bondage 101 by Candace de Russy, pp. 4-8
        3. I Knew JFK and Clinton's No JFK by Taki, pp. 9-10
        4. The GOP's Answer to Hillary by Kate O'Beirne, pp. 11-12
        5. The Mommy Gap by Maggie Gallagher, pp. 13-15
        6. TWQ's Political Makeover by Kellyanne Fitzpatrick and Charles Jaffe, pp. 16-17
        7. Poll Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 18
        8. When Policies Kill by Susan Orr, pp. 19-20
        9. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
        10. The Immaculate Birthday by Bridget Jones, pp. 23-24
      4. [+]
        Fall 1998 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Sisterhood of Sex by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Why a Good Man Is Hard to Find by Harvey Mansfield, pp. 4-6
        3. The Perfect Man by Jo Anne Randall, p. 7
        4. Real Men Are Drinkin', Cussin', Leerin', Insensitive Brutes by Dave Shiflett, p. 8
        5. But They Should Know How to Dance by Fareed Zakaria, p. 9
        6. He's Tall When He Stands on His Money by Jennifer Grossman, pp. 10-11
        7. My Sex, Right or Wrong by James Bowman, pp. 12-13
        8. The ABCs of Manhood by John Muggeridge, pp. 14-16
        9. Boys Won't Be Boys by Christina Hoff Sommers, pp. 17-20
        10. Great Hollywood Heroes Still Exist by Jonah Goldberg, pp. 21-22
        11. Where Have All the Fathers Gone? by Olivia Vlahos, pp. 23-26
        12. Correspondence, pp. 27-30
        13. Bike Like a Man by Elizabeth Powers, pp. 31-32
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1999 = 4 Issues, 43 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1999 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Back to the Future by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 2-3
        2. Hands Off--You're Under Arrest!, pp. 4-11
        3. Wedding Swells by Justin Torres, pp. 12-13
        4. What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us by Danielle Crittenden, pp. 14-18
        5. Sex in the Stacks by Mark Herring, pp. 19-20
        6. Why Is Daddy in Jail? by Stephen Baskerville, pp. 21-30
        7. Vive la Difference!, pp. 31-32
      2. [+]
        Spring 1999 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Introductions by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. I Told You So! by Charlotte Hays, pp. 4-8
        3. Feminist Doormats by Noemie Emery, pp. 9-11
        4. The Girls Get Silly! by James Bowman, pp. 12-14
        5. A Dangerous Place for Crack Moms? by Sally Satel, pp. 15-18
        6. Honey, Hand Me That Lead Pipe by Christopher Caldwell, p. 19
        7. Lady Murderesses by Julia Reed, pp. 20-22
        8. Move Over, Dr. Spock by Meghan Cox Gurdon, pp. 23-25
        9. Table Talk by Sydney Biddle Barrows, pp. 26-27
        10. The Taxman's Dirtiest Secret by Amity Shlaes, pp. 28-30
        11. If His Lips Are Moving... by Karlyn Bowman, pp. 31-32
      3. [+]
        Summer 1999 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. My Kind of First Lady by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Getting Serious with Joan Rivers by Charlotte Hays, pp. 4-8
        3. Manhandling Madeleine by Wladyslaw Pleszczynski, pp. 9-11
        4. Ms. on Estrogen by Christine Stolba, pp. 12-15
        5. The Plight of the PC Dad by Meghan Cox Gurdon, pp. 16-17
        6. Daughters of the Sexual Revolution by Pia Nordlinger, pp. 18-19
        7. The Death of Intimacy by Patrick Fagan, pp. 20-21
        8. Springtime for Virginity by Ivy McClure, p. 22
        9. The Taming of the Dude by Rod Dreher, p. 23
        10. The Rudeness Patrol by Rhoda Koenig, pp. 24-26
        11. Poll Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 27
        12. In Search of the Noble Warrior by Anita K. Blair, pp. 28-30
        13. Memo to the Lit Set: Pick Up Your Own Mess by Terence Blacker, pp. 31-32
      4. [+]
        Fall 1999 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Goddess Gals by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. The Truth About Men by Charlotte Hays, pp. 4-7
        3. Memo to the Next First Lady by Peggy Noonan, pp. 8-9
        4. First Ladies-in-Waiting Apres Hillary, pp. 10-13
        5. Hip Hildy by Charlotte Allen, pp. 14-16
        6. Stiffed--the movie version by Mark Lasswell, p. 17
        7. The Missing Persons of Domestic Violence by Richard J. Gelles, pp. 18-20
        8. Stop Beating Me, I've Got to Make a Phone Call by Kimberly Schuld, pp. 21-22
        9. I Have a Degree in Women's Studies, So Why Can't I Pay the Rent? by Christine Stolba, pp. 23-26
        10. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 27
        11. Let 'Em Eat Cake by Dave Shiflett, pp. 28-30
        12. Why Teachers is Illiterate by Andrea Peyser, pp. 31-32
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 2000s = 3 Years, 12 Issues, 182 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 4 Issues, 70 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2000 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. My Fried Green Tomatoes by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Shooting from the Hip by Charlotte Hays, pp. 4-6
        3. A Jane for All Seasons by Ellen Wilson Fielding, pp. 7-9
        4. [+]
          Jane at the Movies: Hit or Ms.? by James Bowman, pp. 10-13 - 5 Reviews
          1. Mansfield Park (1999 Film) by Patricia Rozema
          2. Persuasion (1995 Film) by Roger Michell
          3. Clueless (1995 Film) by Amy Heckerling
          4. Emma (1996 Film) by Douglas McGrath#2
          5. Sense and Sensibility (1995 Film) by Ang Lee
        5. Get Real, Jane by Mark Lasswell, pp. 14-16
        6. Vegan Feminism by John Dizard, p. 17
        7. The Beijing Brigade by Christine Stolba, pp. 18-21
        8. New Age Nurses by Sally Satel and Donal P. O'Mathuna, pp. 22-24
        9. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 25
        10. Why Paul McCartney is the Sexiest Man Alive by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 26-27
        11. Teach 'Em or Book 'Em by Kay Hymowitz, pp. 28-30
        12. Before Amy Vanderbilt, There Was George Washington by George Washington, pp. 31-32
      2. [+]
        Spring 2000 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Proud to be a "Revolting Hag" by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Bare Knuckles with Pundit Kate O'Beirne by Charlotte Hays, pp. 4-8
        3. Showdown at Gender Gap by Charlotte Hays, pp. 9-11
        4. Panting after the Vixen Vote by Dave Shiflett, pp. 12-13
        5. Like Mother, Like Son by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 14-16
        6. Not a Pretty Picture.The New "Virtual" Face of Kiddie Porn by Charmaine Yoest, pp. 17-19
        7. In the Same League by Mark Lasswell, pp. 20-22
        8. Honey from the Hive by Tom Bethell, p. 23
        9. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 24
        10. [+]
          The Emasculated Church by Mary Ellen Bork, pp. 25-26 - 1 Review
          1. The Church Impotent by Leon J. Podles
        11. Clio Banished by Sean Wilentz, pp. 27-29
        12. Correspondence, p. 30
        13. The Big Girl Game by Claudia Winkler, pp. 31-32
      3. [+]
        Summer 2000 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Prodigal Daughter by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Yakety-yak: Watching the fall presidential debates with eyes wide open by Michael Barone, p. 4
        3. What kind of masculine image should the candidates project? by Laura Ingraham, p. 5
        4. Do the debates really matter? by Philip Terzian, p. 5
        5. Can you lose the debate but win the spin? by Tony Blankley, p. 6
        6. How should the candidates woo women voters by Mary Matalin, p. 6
        7. Can we trust the moderator? by L. Brent Bozell III, p. 7
        8. What must the candidates do to court the men's vote? by Terry Golway, p. 7
        9. Should George W. Bush be a Sensitive Guy? by Kate O'Beirne, p. 8
        10. Should Al Gore be nasty or nice? by Ann Coulter, p. 9
        11. How should the candidates handle the abortion issue? by Amy Holmes, p. 9
        12. How could the debates be made more interesting by Christopher Buckley, p. 10
        13. Play Naomi Wolf and tell the candidates what to wear by James K. Glassman, p. 10
        14. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 11
        15. The Seriously Silly Sirens of The West Wing by Ivy McClure Stewart, pp. 12-13
        16. Missing Daddy by Charlotte Hays, pp. 14-16
        17. Mother Nature Strikes Back, p. 17
        18. Bruce, Brenda, and David by John Colapinto, p. 18
        19. Boy Bashing by Christina Hoff Sommers, pp. 19-20
        20. Testosterone Power by Andrew Sullivan, pp. 21-22
        21. Teens Behaving Badly by Gerald McOscar, p. 23
        22. On the Backs of Women by Rael Jean Isaac, pp. 24-26
        23. Dowager Power--Marylou Whitney Flexes Her Muscles by Jon Newlin, p. 27
        24. The Original Angry White Male by Carl Friedan, p. 28
        25. The Real Skinny on Why We Feel Fat by Meghan Cox Gurdon, pp. 29-30
        26. Death, Divorce, and Dismemberment--What Kids Are Reading Today by Julia Duin, pp. 31-32
      4. [+]
        Fall 2000 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Hats, Gloves, and Aldous Huxley: An argument for single-sex education by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. The Lost Art of Educating Children by Eugene Ham, p. 4
        3.  ---  by Mona Charen, p. 5
        4.  ---  by David Shiflett, p. 6
        5.  ---  by Candace de Russy, p. 6
        6.  ---  by Susan Scheinberg Kristol, p. 7
        7.  ---  by Abigail Thernstrom, p. 8
        8.  ---  by James K. Glassman, p. 9
        9.  ---  by James Bowman, p. 10
        10. I Know Just What You Mean--and Now Will You Please Shut Up! by Charlotte Allen, pp. 11-13
        11. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 14
        12. Speaking on Behalf of All Men by Neal Lavon, p. 15
        13. Double Trouble by Catherine Edward, pp. 16-17
        14. Interview: Jacques Barzun by Charlotte Hays, pp. 18-20
        15. The Labor Department Speaks Softly but Carries a Big Lawsuit by Evan Gahr, pp. 21-23
        16. Up in the Sky! It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's a Sociologist! by Meghan Cox Gurdon, pp. 24-25
        17. The Newest Dilemma about the Oldest Profession by Christine Stolba, pp. 26-29
        18. Scarlet Women of the Silver Screen by Jon Newlin, p. 30
        19. Little Gloria, Happy at Last! by John Springs, pp. 31-32
    2. [+]
      Issues of 2001 = 4 Issues, 52 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2001 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Better Red Than Dead by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. How to Keep Your Head...and Other Management Secrets of Liz Tudor, CEO by Roger Kimball, pp. 4-6
        3. How Do Women Rule? Just Like Men by Christine Stolba, pp. 7-9
        4. The Two Faces of Paula Jones by Kate Kennedy and Anita K. Blair, pp. 10-12
        5. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 13
        6. The Women's Quarterly's False Courage Awards, pp. 14-15
        7. Hollywood Courage by Joseph Epstein, pp. 16-17
        8. Fact, Fiction, and Feel-good History by Charlotte Hays, pp. 18-20
        9. Confessions of a Duffer by Byron York, p. 21
        10. Jock Envy by David Shiflett, p. 22
        11. Sidelined! by Kimberly Schuld, p. 23
        12. NOW--So Very THEN by Kathryn Jean Lopez, pp. 24-25
        13. Crazy or Lazy? Inside the Disability World by Heather Mac Donald, pp. 26-29
        14. Correspondence, p. 30
        15. Feminist Holidays by Kathryn Jean Lopez, pp. 31-32
      2. [+]
        Spring 2001 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The Fame of Miss Burney by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. To Love, Honor, and Manipulate? by Charlotte Allen, pp. 4-6
        3. What Fresh Hell Is This? A Guy Marooned in Women's Studies by Eric Adler, pp. 7-9
        4. The Truth & Lynne Cheney by Charlotte Hays, pp. 10-13
        5. The War of Words: Mr. Malaprop Reclaims the Language of Politics by Heather Richardson Higgins, pp. 14-15
        6. Madison Avenue Man: He's Dumb, He's a Slob, He's Selling Kleenex by Ivy McClure Stewart and Kate Kennedy, pp. 16-18
        7. The Stupid Party No Longer by Wladyslaw Pleszczynski, p. 19
        8. The Road Home: Time to Bring Back Orphanages? by John Seita, pp. 20-24
        9. Oink! Oink! by Evan Gahr, pp. 25-27
        10. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 28
        11. Ring Around a Rosie by Lisa Schiffren, pp. 29-30
        12. All Victims, All the Time by Harry Stein, pp. 31-32
      3. [+]
        Summer 2001 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. My Day in Court by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. The Write Stuff by Christina Hoff Sommers, pp. 4-6
        3. Sex, Lies, and Audiotapes by Rael Jean Isaac, pp. 7-10
        4. When the Law Runs Amok by Charlotte Hays, pp. 11-13
        5. Stand by Your Man...And Then Shoot Him by Dave Shiflett, pp. 14-15
        6. Deadly, She Wrote by Albert Pyle, pp. 16-18
        7. June Cleaver Wants Flex Time by Jennifer C. Braceras, pp. 19-20
        8. What's a Traditional Mom, Anyway? by Jill Byington, pp. 21-23
        9. [+]
          Oh, Mom, Poor Mom by Jennifer C. Braceras, pp. 24-26 - 1 Review
          1. The Price of Motherhood by Ann Crittenden
        10. Henpecked on the Hill by Christine Stolba, p. 27
        11. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, pp. 28-30
        12. I'm Not Picky by Marta Hummel, pp. 31-32
      4. [+]
        Fall 2001 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Put Out More Flags by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Sontag & Company by Noemie Emery, p. 4
        3. The Human Factor by Caspar W. Weinberger, p. 5
        4. G.I. Jane at VMI by Charmaine Yoest and Jack Yoest, pp. 6-7
        5. If Your Guest Drinks from the Finger Bowl by Charlotte Allen, pp. 8-9
        6. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 10
        7. Old Enough to Kill: Should teen killers be tried as adults? by Christine Stolba, pp. 11-13
        8. When the Bough Breaks by Kathleen Parker, pp. 14-17
        9. Fifty Years On by Michael M. Thomas, pp. 18-19
        10. What Nobody Wants to Say about Race by Charlotte Hays, pp. 20-23
        11. When a Man Loves a Partner by Melinda Ledden Sidak, pp. 24-25
        12. Correspondence by Ann Crittenden, p. 26
        13. Garden Party by Wladyslaw Pleszczynski, pp. 27-28
    3. [+]
      Issues of 2002 = 4 Issues, 60 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2002 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Worst Generation by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Booby Traps at the Pentagon by Charmaine Yoest and Jack Yoest, pp. 4-6
        3. A Peace of My Mind by Dave Shiflett, pp. 7-8
        4. Return of the Guy by Charlotte Allen, pp. 9-11
        5. Lionel Tiger by Charlotte Hays, pp. 12-14
        6. Float Like a Butterfly, Hug Like a Woman by Evan Gahr, p. 15
        7. Menopause Envy by Sally L. Satel, pp. 16-19
        8. What About Joan? by Sandra Miesel, pp. 20-22
        9. Feminists Go to War by Christine Stolba, pp. 23-24
        10. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 25
        11. The Church of Global Warming by Jane S. Shaw, pp. 26-28
        12. A Short History of Bullying, Toadying, and Snitching by Kenneth Minogue, pp. 29-30
        13. On High Alert by Margot Hill, pp. 31-32
      2. [+]
        Spring 2002 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. A Tale of Three Mothers by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Three Cheers for Patriarchy by Christine Stolba, pp. 4-6
        3. Hooray for the Crusades by Piers Paul Read, pp. 7-8
        4. A Field of Nightmares by Jessica Gavora, pp. 9-12
        5. We've Come the Wrong Way, Baby by Christine Stolba, p. 13
        6. Don't Watch CNBC in Broad Daylight by James K. Glassman, pp. 14-15
        7. The Mascot Wars by Dave Shiflett, pp. 16-17
        8. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 18
        9. Standing Up for Appeasement by Alexander Rose, pp. 19-20
        10. Taking Liberties with Nat Hentoff by Charlotte Hays, pp. 21-23
        11. The September 11 Generation by Ed Goeas and Dr. Drew Pinsky, pp. 24-26
        12. Why White (and other) Women Can't Jump by Jonathan V. Last, p. 27
        13. The Threads of Our Lives by Sandra Miesel, pp. 28-30
        14. The (Lost) Joy of Housekeeping by Marta Hummel, pp. 31-32
      3. [+]
        Summer 2002 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Confessions of a Former Girl by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. She Ain't Necessarily So by Jonathan V. Last, pp. 4-6
        3. When Harry Became Sally by Charlotte Allen, pp. 7-9
        4. Heather Has Two Readers by John Zardi, p. 10
        5. A Tale of Two Schools by Charlotte Hays, pp. 11-13
        6. The Odd Couple by Leonard Sax, pp. 14-15
        7. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 16
        8. [+]
          Mean Like Me by Betsy Hart, pp. 17-18 - 1 Review
          1. Woman's Inhumanity to Woman by Phyllis Chesler
        9. The Pajama Party That Failed by Shannon James, pp. 19-21
        10. Becky Sharp Comes to America by Judy Bachrach, pp. 22-24
        11. Disarming Women by Richard W. Stevens, Hugo Teufel III, and Matthew Y. Biscan, ..., pp. 25-28
        12. Correspondence, pp. 29-30
        13. A Few Words about Outfits by Renee A. James, pp. 31-32
      4. [+]
        Fall 2002 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. From Kate M. to Catherine M. by Charlotte Hays, pp. 2-3
        2. Beware of Big Sister by Charmaine Yoest, pp. 4-7
        3. Poll-Pourri by Karlyn Bowman, p. 8
        4. A Reading List for Every Young Woman by Roger Rosenblatt, p. 9
        5.  ---  by Camille Paglia, p. 10
        6.  ---  by Roger Kimball, p. 11
        7.  ---  by Mary Lefkowitz, p. 12
        8.  ---  by James Bowman, p. 12
        9.  ---  by Jean Bethke Elshtain, p. 13
        10.  ---  by Jean Yarbrough, p. 14
        11.  ---  by Cullen Murphy, p. 14
        12.  ---  by Charlotte Allen, p. 15
        13.  ---  by Nat Hentoff, p. 16
        14.  ---  by Claudia Winkler, p. 17
        15. A Little Swing Music by Karlyn Bowman, pp. 18-20
        16. The Token Man by Christopher Caldwell, p. 21
        17. O, How I Love You, Oprah by Charlotte Allen, pp. 22-24
        18. I Love Luci! by Charlotte Hays, pp. 25-27
        19. Who Put the Social in Social Work? by Martin Morse Wooster, pp. 28-30
        20. The Beauty of It All by Manon M. McKinnon, pp. 31-32