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  1. All the Hungry People
    How many millions more will die of hunger before the world wakes up to the politics of ...
    Reason, June 1988, pp. 22-30
  2. America's Warrior Class
    Thanksgiving has just passed, and the first American troops to deploy for the Iraq War ...
    The American Enterprise, January/February 2004, pp. 20-25
  3. Are World Population Trends A Problem? (1985)
    1 Review
  4. [+]
    Baby Talk (Review)
    The Swedish Experiment in Family Politics, by Allan Carlson
    1. The Swedish Experiment in Family Politics by Allan Carlson
    Reason, May 1991, pp. 61-63
  5. Bird's Eye
    Principles Please.
    The American Enterprise, April 2000, pp. 4-5
  6. Bird's Eye
    Not All Immigrants Are Alike.
    The American Enterprise, December 2000, pp. 4-5
  7. Bird's Eye
    A Century Is Sickened by Centralism.
    The American Enterprise, January 2000, pp. 4-6
  8. Bird's Eye
    Pure Hillary, Expedient Hillary, or No Hillary?
    The American Enterprise, July 2000, pp. 4-6
  9. Bird's Eye
    Let Boys Be Boys.
    The American Enterprise, June 2000, pp. 4-6
  10. Bird's Eye
    It Pays to Be Brave.
    The American Enterprise, March 2000, pp. 4-6
  11. Bird's Eye
    A Visit to Maverick America (Dallas-Ft. Worth Chapter).
    The American Enterprise, October 2000, pp. 4-9
  12. Bird's Eye
    The Cloud over Manhattan
    The American Enterprise, April 2001, pp. 4-6
  13. Bird's Eye
    The Test of a Lifetime.
    The American Enterprise, December 2001, pp. 4-7
  14. Bird's Eye
    The Deep Secrets of Good Schools.
    The American Enterprise, January 2001, pp. 4-5
  15. Bird's Eye
    Has Slavery's Debt Been Paid?
    The American Enterprise, July 2001, pp. 4-6
  16. Bird's Eye
    Crime Is Down, But Far from Out.
    The American Enterprise, June 2001, pp. 4-6
  17. Bird's Eye
    Chainsaw the Pentagon!
    The American Enterprise, October 2001, pp. 4-6
  18. Bird's Eye
    Beware of Green Fairytales.
    The American Enterprise, September 2001, pp. 4-7
  19. Bird's Eye
    Checking America's Vital Signs.
    The American Enterprise, April 2002, pp. 4-6
  20. Bird's Eye
    Old and in the Way.
    The American Enterprise, December 2002, pp. 4-9
  21. Bird's Eye
    When Art Becomes Inhuman.
    The American Enterprise, January 2002, pp. 4-8
  22. Bird's Eye
    Who's Afraid of Investing?
    The American Enterprise, July 2002, pp. 4-7
  23. Bird's Eye
    New York City - Prominent in the Mind's Eye of Americans over the Past Eight Months - R...
    The American Enterprise, June 2002, pp. 4-8
  24. Bird's Eye
    The secret formula for progress
    The American Enterprise, March 2002, pp. 4-5
  25. Bird's Eye
    They're One of a Kind, and They are Everywhere.
    The American Enterprise, October 2002, pp. 4-5
  26. Bird's Eye
    Unchain our schools!
    The American Enterprise, April/May 2003, pp. 4-7
  27. Bird's Eye
    Jayson Blair's world, and Iraq
    The American Enterprise, July/August 2003, pp. 4-9
  28. Bird's Eye
    What do you mean, "A Good War"?
    The American Enterprise, March 2003, pp. 4-8
  29. Bird's Eye
    Good faith
    The American Enterprise, October/November 2003, pp. 4-8
  30. Bird's Eye
    The cold realities of our fight in the Middle East
    The American Enterprise, April/May 2004, pp. 4-5
  31. Bird's Eye
    Some qualities shared by great leaders---and great citizens
    The American Enterprise, January/February 2004, pp. 4-5
  32. Bird's Eye
    Our wild west
    The American Enterprise, July/August 2004, pp. 4-6
  33. Bird's Eye
    Don't be afraid of competition
    The American Enterprise, June 2004, pp. 4-8
  34. Bird's Eye
    Goodbye "Regular Joe" Democrat
    The American Enterprise, October/November 2004, pp. 4-5
  35. Bitter Harvest
    Farmers pay a high price for government subsidies
    Reason, November 1989, pp. 22-31
  36. Bittersweet Success
    Asian merchants are prospering in America's inner cities - and facing the pent-up frust...
    Reason, October 1987, pp. 22-31
  37. [+]
    The Book Case (Review)
    Po' Folks
    1. The Undeserving Poor by Michael B. Katz
    Reason, July 1990, p. 52
  38. Boots on the Ground (2003)
    A Month with the 82nd Airborne in the Battle for Iraq
    2 Reviews
  39. Brave New World
    How Day-Care Harms Children
    Policy Review, Spring 1988, pp. 40-49
  40. Farm Socialism
    Can American Farmers Survive without Subsidies?
    The American Enterprise, July 1995, pp. 42-44
  41. Articles
    The Case for More Immigration
    Commentary, April 1990, pp. 19-25
  42. Combat Zone: True Tales of GIs in Iraq (2005)
    1 Review
  43. A Conservative Case against Suburbia
    Are Suburbs Really Family-Friendly?
    The American Enterprise, November 1996, pp. 36-40
  44. Cover photo
    The American Enterprise, June 2003
  45. Cover photo
    The American Enterprise, July/August 2004
  46. Cultivating Independence
    Farmers and government policy must both change if American agriculture is to escape the...
    Reason, January 1990, pp. 28-36
  47. Dawn Over Baghdad (2004)
    How the U.S. Military Is Using Bullets and Ballots to Remake Iraq
    2 Reviews
  48. Divorce's Toll on Children
    Promoted as Adult Liberation, Divorce Is Punishment for Kids. And Lots of Adults Too.
    The American Enterprise, May 1996, pp. 39-44
  49. Dust and Stars
    An Iraq War journal
    The American Enterprise, June 2003, pp. 18-55
  50. The Economist
    Karl Zinsmeister explains why Social Security reform could be the tonic to revive an ai...
    The American Enterprise, January/February 2003, p. 50
  51. The Environmentalist Assault on Agriculture
    The Public Interest, Summer 1993, pp. 90-98
  52. Family Education
    Parents Need to Get Their Act Together Before They Point the Finger at Schools.
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, pp. 42-45
  53. Fatherhood Is Not for Wimps
    Becoming a Father Should Not Mean Giving Up Your Masculinity, But Rather Fulfilling It.
    The American Enterprise, September 1999, pp. 41-45
  54. [+]
    Generation Gaps (Review)
    Beyond the Boom, by Terry Teachout
    1. Beyond the Boom by Terry Teachout
    Reason, April 1991, pp. 51-52
  55. Growing Up Scared
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1990, pp. 49-67
  56. The Battle for Iraq at One Year
    How America is Winning a Guerilla War
    To get the first-person story the rest of the media have missed, our editor re-embedded...
    The American Enterprise, April/May 2004, pp. 18-45
  57. In Real Life (2005)
    Powerful Lessons from Everday Living
    1 Review
  58. Is America Turning a Corner? The Facts
    A Guided Visual Tour of the Latest Hard Data on the State of American Society.
    The American Enterprise, January 1999, pp. 36-51
  59. Let a Dozen Flowers Bloom
    Capitalism in China Is Only for the Favored Few
    Policy Review, Fall 1989, pp. 30-34
  60. Let Freedom Ring
    National Review, August 15, 1994, pp. 45-46
  61. Letters
    Commentary, September 1990, pp. 2-12
  62. Life Without TV
    Meet an Exotic Species: Families Who Actually Don't Watch TV.
    The American Enterprise, September 1997, pp. 63-71
  63. MITI Mouse
    Japan's Industrial Policy Doesn't Work
    Policy Review, Spring 1993, pp. 28-35
  64. Nerds on Wall Street
    The Rise of "Quants" - Math, Statistical, and Computer Whizzes - in the World of High F...
    The American Enterprise, July 2002, pp. 46-49
  65. [+]
    Nothing Fails Like Success? (Review)
    Resentment Against Achievement, by Robert Sheaffer
    1. Resentment Against Achievement by Robert Sheaffer
    Reason, July 1989, pp. 52-53
  66. The Numbers of the '80s
    The Wilson Quarterly, Winter 1990, pp. 110-117
  67. The One-Party Campus
    TAE's National Survey of University Faculties' Political Party Affiliations Shows Just ...
    The American Enterprise, September 2002, pp. 18-25
  68. Payday Mayday
    Wages Have Stopped Growing, and Downward Mobility Is Squeezing Many Americans Out of th...
    The American Enterprise, September 1995, pp. 44-48
  69. Plowing Under Subsidies
    Reason, October 1989, pp. 30-37
  70. The Problem with Day Care
    There Is No Adequate Substitute for a Child's Mother and Father. Here's Why.
    The American Enterprise, May 1998, pp. 26-44
  71. Raising Children Is a Cottage Industry
    Very Young Children Need One-on-One Parents, Not Villages. The Israeli Kibbutzniks Prov...
    The American Enterprise, May 1996, pp. 52-54
  72. Response to Karl Zinsmeister
    Policy Review, Summer 1988, pp. 91-98
  73. The Revolt against Alienation
    A New Popular and Traditional Current Sweeps American Culture
    Policy Review, Summer 1987, pp. 60-68
  74. Right in the '60s
    The Other Activists
    The American Enterprise, May 1997, p. 36
  75. The Self-Esteem Flimflam
    Students Need Standards, Not Happy-talk
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, p. 46
  76. Sport Stories
    The American Enterprise, July 1996, pp. 65-67
  77. Students to Keep Learning Outside the College Ghetto.
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, pp. 54-55
  78. Supply-Side Demography
    The National Interest, Spring 1990, pp. 68-76
  79. Technology, Ecology, And the American Farmer
    Scientific advances promise more bountiful harvests and a cleaner environment. But farm...
    Reason, December 1989, pp. 22-30
  80. They're in the Army Now
    Not really. Most 'embedded' journalists are fish out of water
    National Review, April 21, 2003, pp. 32-33
  81. The Traditional Family Will Never Be Obsolete
    Across Time and Place, Mom, Dad, and Jr. Endure, While Substitutes Fail. Here's Why.
    The American Enterprise, March 1997, pp. 28-33
  82. Trash TV at Flood Tide
    TV Nose-Dived into the Gutter This 1998-99 Season. If You Haven't Been Paying Attention...
    The American Enterprise, March 1999, pp. 24-31
  83. Viewpoint
    Baby Haters International
    Reason, January 1987, pp. 58-60
  84. The Vision Thing: Conservatives Take Aim at the '90s
    Policy Review, Spring 1990, pp. 36-37
  85. Washington
    Farm Fossil
    Reason, April 1993, pp. 48-51
  86. When Race Trumps in Court
    In Some Cities, Racial Sympathies May Be Tinting Half of All Jury Verdicts.
    The American Enterprise, January 1996, pp. 54-57
  87. [+]
    When You're a Ghetto Child (Review)
    The Urban Underclass, by Christopher Jencks and Paul E. Peterson
    1. The Urban Underclass by Christopher Jencks and Paul E. Peterson
    Reason, November 1991, pp. 58-60
  88. Why "Conservative" Entitlement Reforms Are Coming, Like It or Not
    The American Enterprise, January 1997, pp. 63-64
  89. The '60s Rule in Public School
    If You Think the '60s Are Over and Done with, Pay a Visit to Your Local Public School.
    The American Enterprise, May 1997, pp. 62-67
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