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    Appearance Isn't Everything (Review)
    The Appearance of Impropriety, by Peter W. Morgan and Glenn H. Reynolds
    1. The Appearance of Impropriety by Peter W. Morgan and Glenn H. Reynolds
    The Weekly Standard, September 15, 1997, pp. 37-39
  2. Like Mother, Like Son
    Melinda Ledden Sidak shows how Al Gore and George W. Bush are mama's boys
    The Women's Quarterly, Spring 2000, pp. 14-16
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    Look Homeward, Angel (Review)
    Home Comforts, by Cheryl Mendelson
    1. Home Comforts by Cheryl Mendelson
    The Weekly Standard, March 20, 2000, pp. 34-35
  4. Books & Arts
    Mob Mentality
    Why Intellectuals Love The Sopranos
    The Weekly Standard, March 26, 2001, pp. 31-32
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    A Modest Proposal (Review)
    A Return to Modesty, by Wendy Shalit
    1. A Return to Modesty by Wendy Shalit
    The Weekly Standard, January 18, 1999, pp. 33-35
  6. The New Hysteria: Fainting Ladies
    Melinda Ledden Sidak on fainting ladies
    The Women's Quarterly, Spring 1996, pp. 4-6
  7. Not at My Table
    Melinda Ledden Sidak yearns to revive the social cut
    The Women's Quarterly, Fall 1997, pp. 13-15
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    Ozzie and Harriet in Tears (Review)
    The Assault on Parenthood, by Dana Mack
    1. The Assault on Parenthood by Dana Mack
    The Weekly Standard, June 23, 1997, pp. 37-39
  9. They Make Such Lovely Pets
    Melinda Ledden Sidak observes that children are the toy poodles of the 1990s
    The Women's Quarterly, Spring 1998, pp. 10-12
  10. When a Man Loves a Partner
    Melinda Ledden Sidak is a wife--not just a partner
    The Women's Quarterly, Fall 2001, pp. 24-25
  11. Why Paul McCartney is the Sexiest Man Alive
    Melinda Ledden Sidak reveals what really matters.
    The Women's Quarterly, Winter 2000, pp. 26-27
  12. You Can't Import It, Either
    Melinda Ledden Sidak decries the absurd immigration policies that keep out qualified na...
    The Women's Quarterly, Winter 1997, pp. 6-8
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