October 31, 2005

The new American Conservative issue of Nov. 7th

Here's what's online at www.AmConMag.com:

Superpower Showdown
By James P. Pinkerton
America needs a new strategy for dealing with China, a country we can’t contain and can’t afford to fight.

Bad For You Too?
By Leon Hadar
Israel expected the Iraq War to disarm one enemy. Instead it has created others.

Border Bait and Switch
By W. James Antle III
Open-borders advocates hide their true colors.

Forging the Case for War
By Philip Giraldi
The Plame case may go beyond the outing of a CIA agent to the fabrication of the documents that led us to invade Iraq.

Broken Homes,
Broken Children
By Mary Eberstadt
Between Two Worlds: The Inner Lives of Children of Divorce by Elizabeth Marquardt

Burn What You Worshipped
By Patrick J. Buchanan
The Battle for Trafalgar Square

Statesman and Swordsman
By Taki
Duff Cooper in love and war

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And what's not online includes:

How I Became A Conservative
By Roger Scruton
During the Paris unrest of ’68, a young man discovers himself—and Edmund Burke—on the other side of the barricades.

The Miller’s Tale
By Justin Raimondo
Judith Miller didn’t go to jail on principle but to protect Chalabi.

The Bullets Are Working
By R.J. Stove
The Awful End of Prince William the Silent: The First Assassination of a Head of State With a Handgun
by Lisa Jardine

Family Man in Babylon
By Clark Stooksbury
Lion of Hollywood: The Life and Legend of Louis B. Mayer
by Scott Eyman

Fourteen Days: O’Connor’s Successor; Bush’s First Veto: Torture Restrictions; Boy Meets Girl Meets Girl

Deep Background: Yelling Terrorism in a Crowded Subway; Syria’s Reprieve

A Woman’s Place Is in the Mine
By Steve Sailer
Charlize Theron in “North Country”

My published articles are archived at iSteve.com -- Steve Sailer

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