is now semi-online. It includes my article "Cesar Chavez, Minuteman."
February 27, 2006 Issue
Democracy & Its Discontents
By Leon Hadar
Contrary to the daydreams of the Bush administration, voting does not necessarily bring peace to unstable societies.
Who Elected Hamas?
By M.J. Rosenberg
The victory of the Palestinian militants was eminently predictable and perhaps inevitable.
Cesar Chavez, Minuteman
By Steve Sailer
The labor leader campaigned against the illegal immigrants who undercut his union members’ wages—until he became an ethnic icon.
War in Error
By Andrew J. Bacevich
Destroying the village to save it from al-Qaeda
By John Laughland
Deterrence worked with the Soviets. Why not Iran?
Food for Thought
By Rod Dreher
Conservatives know that we pay a price when we trade dining tables for drive-thrus.
War of the Worlds
By William S. Lind
The Christian West is caught between radical Islam and the Brave New World
By W. James Antle III
Bush’s education reform plan turns four—and flunks.
Armies of the Right?
By Paul Gottfried
The new American militarism comes from the Left, not the Right.
Field Trip From Woody World
By Steve Sailer
Woody Allen’s “Match Point”
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Alienation as Self-Medication
By Elizabeth Wright
Winning the Race: Beyond the Crisis in Black America by John McWhorter
Still Fighting the Last War
By William Anthony Hay
The Cold War: A New History by John Lewis Gaddis
By R.J. Stove
The Virtuoso Conductors: The Central European Tradition from Wagner to Karajan by Raymond Holden
Après Alan, Le Deluge?
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Greenspan’s Great Depression
The Deuce’s Detroit
Ford should specialize in cars, not layoffs.
Fourteen Days: The State of Delusion is Strong; Bush Borrows From Orwell; Democrats Can’t Hack Hackett
Deep Background: Big Brother is Watching Britain; A New Water-gate?; Undercover Agents Want Their Frequent Flier Miles