Volume I, Number 3, Spring 2001
John Marini: There Once Were GiantsHow the Hollywood Western stood tall against the triumphs of Progressivism
Peter Augustine Lawler: Bobo Virtue and the Future of Human LibertyThe new Bourgeois Bohemian sets the popular tone, but he cannot and should not lead.
John Meroney: Here's the Rest of HimHistorians and biographers have missed the full significance of Ronald Reagan's Hollywood life.
Harry V. Jaffa: The Peace Process Is Dead. Let's Bury ItThe end of the Oslo Accords and the future of American policy.
Reviews of Books
Martha A. Derthick: The Hunt For Big TobaccoA review of A Question of Intent: A Great American Battle With A Deadly Industry, by David A. Kessler
Angelo M. Codevilla: Ariel Sharon's DilemmaA review of Warrior: An Autobiography, by Ariel Sharon with David Chanoff
Michael M. Uhlmann: The Darwinian Mind and Faith of Justice HolmesA review of Law Without Values: The Life, Work, and Legacy of Justice Holmes, by Albert W. Alschuler
William Voegeli: Three Generations of Liberals Are EnoughA review of The Blood of the Liberals, by George Packer
James Higgins: Tom Sowell in Practice and TheoryA review of A Personal Odyssey, by Thomas Sowell;
and Basic Economics: A Citizen's Guide to the Economy, by Thomas Sowell
Brian T. Kennedy: The Art of War and Self-DeceptionReviews of The China Threat: How the People's Republic Targets America, by Bill Gertz;
and Hegemon: China's Plan to Dominate Asia and the World, by Steven W. Mosher
Mackubin Thomas Owens: Freedom FightersA review of The Soul of Battle: From Ancient Times to the Present Day, How Three Great Liberators Vanquished Tyranny, by Victor Davis Hanson
Jean M. Yarbrough: The Weakest LinkReviews of Educating the Prince: Essays in Honor of Harvey Mansfield, edited by Mark Blitz and William Kristol;
and Friends and Citizens: Essays in Honor of Wilson Carey McWilliams, edited by Nancy L. Schwartz, Peter Dennis Bathory, and Wilson Carey McWilliams
Cum Dignitate Otium
Mark Gauvreau Judge: Rebels Without a CauseWhen will the rock'n'roll rebels at the New York Times ever learn?
Ben Boychuk: A Stroll Down Gin LaneWe wanted to assemble a distinguished panel of experts to rate the best gins. But that proved too difficult, so we did it ourselves. Plus: Classic Summer Drinks.