Volume II, Number 1, Fall 2001
From the Editor's Desk
Charles R. Kesler: Why We Fight
Andrew E. Busch: The Return of Public SeriousnessThe unintended effects of September 11 on American domestic policies.
Harvey C. Mansfield: "Those Hell-Hounds Called Terrorists"A reflection on the place of terror in modern politics and political theory.
Jean M. Yarbrough: Duty, Honor, CountryAn examination at West Point of the role of military virtues in preserving our republican institutions.
Yotam Feldner: 72 Black-Eyed Virgins?A closer look at the Islamic debate on a martyr's reward
Angelo M. Codevilla: Victory: What it Will Take to WinHow to win—and how not to win—America's War on Terrorism.
Reviews of Books
Mackubin Thomas Owens: Friends & EnemiesA review of Waging Modern War: Bosnia, Kosovo, and the Future of Conflict, by General Wesley K. Clark
Patrick J. Garrity: Preparing for the War After the "War on Terrorism"A review of the Pentagon's latest Quadrennial Defense Review
Michael Fumento: The Bacterium That Changed HistoryA review of In the Wake of the Plague: The Black Death and the World it Made , by Norman F. Cantor
Steven F. Hayward: The Hitch with HitchensA review of The Trial of Henry Kissinger, by Christopher Hitchens
Paul A. Cantor: Between Heaven and HellA review of Hamlet in Purgatory, by Stephen Greenblatt
Thomas L. Krannawitter: Books in Brief
Cum Dignitate Otium
Christopher C. Harmon: The Other Terrorists"The Legends of Rita," directed by Volker Schlöndorff.
Walker Percy: Bourbon, NeatOn the aesthetic of bourbon drinking.