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The American Conservative
Issues of 2004
The American Ideas Institute
January 19, 2004
December 6, 2004
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Issues of Jan.-Mar.
Can the Democrats' heir apparent go the distance?
Cheney Builds an Empire
by Georgie Anne Geyer -
Man of the Year
No End to War
by Patrick J. Buchanan -
How to Lose the War on Terror
The Christ, The Controversy
Mel Gibson's Passion
The Next Emperor
by Christopher Layne -
Issues of Apr.-Jun.
by Samuel P. Huntington -
How our first Christians shaped the nation's culture
The No-Win War
How the Mouse Lost His Magic
When They Knew---What Army Intelligence Reveals
Ralph Nader Makes a Play for the Right
An interview with Pat Buchanan
Issues of Jul.-Sep.
We Shall Not See His Like Again
Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004
Who Are We?
by John O'Sullivan -
Immigration and American Identity
The Sun & The Dragon
The Fantasy of Sino-Japanese Enmity
America is Safer
Repetition Doesn't Make It True...
Where the Right Went Wrong
by Patrick J. Buchanan -
Issues of Oct.-Dec.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Imperialists
by James P. Pinkerton -
by Steve Sailer -
Myths and Realities
The Conservative Case
For Bush, For Kerry, For Nader
Wanted: A new strategy for the War On Terror
by William S. Lind -
A Boon?/A Blow?
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