Volume I, Number 2, Winter 2001
Andrew E. Busch: The Perfect TieRemember all that talk a few years ago about political realignment?Well, the realignment is here, and neither political party is going to like it.
Michael M. Uhlmann: As the College Goes, So Goes the ConstitutionThe case against the direct election of the president.
Harry V. Jaffa: Aristotle and Locke in the American FoundingWhat Crisis of the House Divided and A New Birth of Freedom have in common.
Reviews of Books
Angelo M. Codevilla: Wake-Up CallA review of While America Sleeps: Self-Delusion, Military Weakness, and the Threat to Peace Today, by Donald Kagan and Frederick W. Kagan
Brian T. Kennedy: Beyond the Evil EmpireA review of Present Dangers: Crisis and Opportunity in American Foreign and Defense Policy, edited by Robert Kagan and William Kristol
David Tucker: Settling UpA review of The Debt: What America Owes to Blacks, by Randall Robinson;
The Guilt of Nations: Restitution and Negotiating Historical Injustices, by Elazar Barkan;
When Sorry Isn't Enough, The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice, edited by Roy L. Brooks
Steven F. Hayward: Will the Real "New Democrats" Please Stand Up?A review of The Gentleman from New York: Daniel Patrick Moynihan—A Biography, by Godfrey Hodgson
and Henry M. Jackson: A Life in Politics, by Robert G. Kaufman
Joseph M. Bessette: A Plea for PanderingA review of Politicians Don't Pander: Political Manipulation and the Loss of Democratic Responsiveness, by Lawrence R. Jacobs and Robert Y. Shapiro
Michael Anton: Lone WolfeA review of Hooking Up, by Tom Wolfe
Michael M. Uhlmann: Restoring Order to the CourtA review of Freedom of Expression in the Supreme Court: The Defining Cases, edited by Terry Eastland
and Great Cases In Constitutional Law, edited by Robert P. George
Cum Dignitate Otium
Ben Boychuk: The Spectacle of the OscarsIt's always dangerous to ascribe conservatism to a Hollywood product. But what the heck....
Mark Gauvreau Judge: Ken Burns Ain't Got That Swing"Jazz," the 10-part documentary, views America's music through the prism of race. And that's just Part One.
Bernard DeVoto: The Cocktail Hour: Do's and Dont'sThese are precisely two cocktails...and three abominations.