Here's the table of contents:
September 24, 2007 Issue
By Gregory Cochran
Don’t overestimate the logistical impediments to a quick withdrawal.
A Separate Peace
By Leon Hadar
Iraq will move forward when America leaves it behind.
By Paul W. Schroeder
Americans still don’t understand that the Iraq War didn’t go wrong. The war was wrong.
Once More into the Breach
By Justin Logan
Will the neocons’ Iranian PR campaign bomb?
By Chilton Williamson Jr.
Can democracy expand across the globe when it’s dying at its source?
Run for the Border
By W. James Antle III
Rudy and Romney pose as Minutemen.
by Michael Brendan Dougherty
Giuliani wins, social conservatives lose?
In the Shadow of the ValleyThe School for Scandal
By Steve Sailer
Paul Haggis’s “In the Valley of Elah”
By Richard B. Spencer
Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Case by Stuart Taylor Jr. and K.C. Johnson
October 8, 2007 Issue
General Petraeus protects official Washington from its greatest fear: admitting it was wrong.
by Andrew J. Bacevich
For some reason, this isn't the whole table of contents. For example, the new biography of Dick Cheney by Stephen Hayes is reviewed by Gary Brecher.