Volume IV, Number 3, Summer 2004
From the Editor's Desk
Charles R. Kesler: For the Gipper
Thomas G. West: Leo Strauss and American Foreign PolicyIs there a neoconservative connection?
Michael M. Uhlmann: The Road Not TakenWhy the Court should have listened to Justice Jackson.
Edward J. Erler: Still Separate But EqualWhat happened to the colorblind Constitution?
Harvey C. Mansfield: The Captive WomanA sermon on science and religion.
Reviews of Books
Andrew E. Busch: Reagan's LegaciesA review of The Reagan Presidency: Pragmatic Conservatism & Its Legacies, edited by W. Elliott Brownlee and Hugh Davis Graham
and Reaganism and the Death of Representative Democracy, by Walter Williams
Colin Dueck: Kerry's DilemmaA review of The Choice: Global Domination or Global Leadership, by Zbigniew Brzezinski;
Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics, by Joseph S. Nye;
and Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance, by Noam Chomsky
Midge Decter: The Open Society and Its EnemyA review of The Bubble of American Supremacy, by George Soros
Gerard Alexander: Democratic ExaggerationsA review of America Unbound: The Bush Revolution in Foreign Policy, by Ivo H. Daalder and James M. Lindsay;
and An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror, by David Frum and Richard Perle
Jeremy Rabkin: No Miracle In San FranciscoA review of Act of Creation: The Founding of the United Nations, by Stephen Schlesinger
Barry Cooper: Fantasy LandA review of Navigating a New World: Canada's Global Future, by Lloyd Axworthy
Eldon J. Eisenach: The Fate Of ProgressA review of A Fierce Discontent: The Rise and Fall of the Progressive Movement in America, 1870-1920, by Michael McGerr
Ronald J. Pestritto: The Perils of ProgressA review of Woodrow Wilson, by H.W. Brands
John Zvesper: Moral MonsterA review of Napoleon: A Political Life, by Steven Englund
Mackubin Thomas Owens: First in WarA review of Washington's Crossing, David Hackett Fischer
and Valley Forge Winter: Civilians and Soldiers in War, by Wayne Bodle
Jean M. Yarbrough: Crypto-Tory?A review of Jefferson's Demons: Portrait of a Restless Mind, by Michael Knox Beran
Wilson Carey McWilliams: That Old-Time ReligionA review of Theology in America: Christian Thought from the Age of the Puritans to the Civil War, by E. Brooks Holifield
Glen E. Thurow: One Nation Under GodA review of Abraham Lincoln's Political Faith, by Joseph R. Fornieri
Michael P. Zuckert: A Life In The LawA review of Justice of Shattered Dreams: Samuel Freeman Miller and the Supreme Court During the Civil War Era, by Michael A. Ross
Richard E. Morgan: Grasping at StrawsA review of The Myth of the Imperial Judiciary: Why the Right is Wrong about the Courts, by Mark Kozlowski
Matthew J. Franck: Coercion by ConsentA review of Democracy by Decree: What Happens When Courts Run Government, by Ross Sandler and David Schoenbrod
John McWhorter: Black Like Who?A review of The End of Blackness, by Debra J. Dickerson
Christine Rosen: Good CouncilA review of Beyond Therapy: Biotechnology and the Pursuit of Happiness, by Leon Kass
and Being Human: Readings from the President's Council on Bioethics, by the President's Council on Bioethics
Stephen K. Tootle: The Return of William McKinleyA review of The Modern American Presidency, by Lewis L. Gould;
William McKinley and His America (Revised Edition), by H. Wayne Morgan;
William McKinley, by Kevin Phillips;
and Murdering McKinley: The Making of Theodore Roosevelt's America, by Eric Rauchway
Karl Walling: Statecraft And SoulcraftA review of The Modern Prince: What Modern Leaders Need to Know Now, by Carnes Lord
Delba Winthrop: Toward GrandeurA review of Tocqueville Unveiled: The Historian and His Sources for The Old Regime and the Revolution, by Robert T. Gannett, Jr.
Paul A. Cantor: Average BillA review of Shakespeare, by Michael Wood
John Derbyshire: On A Green Knoll ApartA review of W.B. Yeats: A LifeVol. II: The Arch-Poet, by R.F. Foster
Timothy Sandefur: Slaughtering the 14th AmendmentA review of The Slaughterhouse Cases: Regulation, Reconstruction, and the Fourteenth Amendment , by Ronald M. Labbé and Jonathan Lurie
Cum Dignitate Otium
Jeffrey Hart: Tennis: From Leveling Up to Leveling DownThe grand days of the sporting gentleman.
John B. Kienker: Mystic Chords of MemoryThe Gilder Lehrman Collection invites Americans to fall in love with their history.