Volume III, Number 2, Spring 2003
From the Editor's Desk
Charles R. Kesler: Hail, Columbia
Reviews of Books
Angelo M. Codevilla: Soldiers, Statesmen, and VictoryA review of Supreme Command: Soldiers, Statesmen, and Leadership in Wartime, by Eliot A. Cohen
Andrew E. Busch: Going SouthA review of The Rise of Southern Republicans, by Earle Black and Merle Black
and Crash!ng the Party: How to Tell the Truth and Still Run for President, by Ralph Nader
John J. Pitney, Jr.: The President and the ProfessorsA review of Intellectuals and the American Presidency: Philosophers, Jesters, or Technicians, by Tevy Troy
James R. Stoner, Jr.: The Genteel AbolitionistA review of Natural Rights and the Right to Choose, by Hadley Arkes
Glenn Ellmers: The Clone WarsA review of The Future is Now: America Confronts the New Genetics, edited by William Kristol and Eric Cohen
Catherine Zuckert: Poetic JusticeA review of Battle-Pieces and Aspects of War: Civil War Poems, by Herman Melville
Ben Boychuk: Journalism with a HammerA review of The Skeptic: A Biography of H.L. Mencken, by Terry Teachout
Patrick J. Garrity: Wilson's WorldA review of a The Ideas the Conquered the World: Peace, Democracy, and Free Markets in the Twenty-first Century, by Michael Mandelbaum
S. Paul Kapur: Doing What We CanA review of The New Killing Fields: Massacre and the Politics of Intervention, edited by Nicolaus Mills and Kira Brunner
Mark R. Levin: Shooting StarrA review of Starr: A Reassessment, by Benjamin Wittes
Vincent Phillip Muņoz: A Postmodernist's PrayerA review of Getting Over Equality: A Critical Diagnosis of Religious Freedom in America, by Steven D. Smith
Thomas G. West: God and Man in AmericaA review of Separation of Church and State, by Philip Hamburger
James H. Hutson: Up Against the WallA review of Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation Between Church and State, by Daniel L. Dreisbach
John C. Eastman: Altered StatesA review of Narrowing the Nation's Power: The Supreme Court Sides with the States, by John T. Noonan, Jr.
Herman Belz: Visions and RevisionsA review of a Who Owns History? Rethinking the Past in a Changing World, by Eric Foner
John Derbyshire: Here We Go Over the PamirsA review of A Short History of the World, by Geoffrey Blainey
Peter Augustine Lawler: Last Man StandingA review of Richard Rorty, by Alan Malachowski
F. Carolyn Graglia: Wedding Bell BluesA review of The Marriage Problem: How Our Culture Has Weakened Families, by James Q. Wilson
Howard F. Ahmanson: Vanity of VanitiesA review of The Good of Affluence: Seeking God in a Culture of Wealth, by John R. Schneider
Harry V. Jaffa: American Conservatism and the Present CrisisRestoring conservatism to first principles.
Angelo M. Codevilla: Confusion and PowerA time for bold words and bolder deeds.
Larry Peterman: The Lost Science of PoliticsReading, if you must, the American Political Science Review.
Cum Dignitate Otium
Christopher Flannery: Furst ThingsLove, honor, and intrigue in 1930s Europe, as seen in the novels of Alan Furst.
Nicholas Antongiavanni: Of the Difference Between Formality and DandificationForget the president's cabinet, look to his wardrobe.