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  • Affirmative Action Foolery. Saving Squirrels. Poll-Gazing Politicians Are Losers. Depar...
    The American Enterprise
    , May 1995, pp. 8-15 - PDF
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    1. [–] Issues of the 1990s
      = 5 Years, 30 Issues, 1,186 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of 1995
        = 6 Issues, 249 Articles
        1. [+] January 1995 Issue
          = 37 Articles
          1. [+] March 1995 Issue
            = 40 Articles
            1. [–] May 1995 Issue
              = 47 Articles
              1. Bird's Eye, pp. 4-6 - PDF
              2. Sidelights, p. 7 - PDF
              3. Scan, pp. 8-15 - PDF
              4. Indicators: Numbers, Etc., pp. 16-20 - PDF
              5. Two Views, pp. 21-22 - PDF
              6. "Live" with TAE by Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich, pp. 23-27 - PDF
              7. Death of an Officer by Gaye Wagner, pp. 28-31 - PDF
              8. Crime Solutions: 18 Things We Can Now Do to Fight Back by John DiIulio, p. 32 - PDF
              9. Save the Drug Babies by Paul Logli, p. 33 - PDF
              10. Get Control of Juvenile Terrorists by Ed Koch, p. 34 - PDF
              11. Reduce Serious Crime by Restoring Order by George Kelling, pp. 35-36 - PDF
              12. Just Take Away Criminals' Guns by James Q. Wilson, p. 37 - PDF
              13. Get More Guns Into Law Abiding Pockets by Dave Kopel, p. 38 - PDF
              14. Go to the People by John Carlson, p. 39 - PDF
              15. Retrieve the Death Penalty from Symbolism by John J. DiIulio, Jr., p. 40 - PDF
              16. Close the Habeas Corpus Loophope by Kent Scheidegger, p. 41 - PDF
              17. Radically Narrow the Exclusionary Rule... by George Dentes, pp. 42-43 - PDF
              18. ...Or Get Rid of It Altogether by Jagdish Bhagwati, p. 44 - PDF
              19. Open Up Juries by Joseph DiGenova, p. 45 - PDF
              20. Hiring Police and Building Prisons Pays Off by Steven Levitt, p. 46 - PDF
              21. There Is No Alternative to Building More Prisons by Richard Willard, pp. 46-47 - PDF
              22. Run Prisons Differently by Charles Logan, p. 48 - PDF
              23. Use Drug Tests to Reduce Demand for Narcotics by James Q. Wilson, p. 49 - PDF
              24. Control, Track, and Lock Up Sex Predators by Marc Klaas, p. 50 - PDF
              25. Fight Back Personally by Jeffrey R. Snyder, p. 51 - PDF
              26. Runaway Judge by Blake Hurst, pp. 52-56 - PDF
              27. Taking the Law into Shangri-la by Hadley Arkes, pp. 57-59 - PDF
              28. Curbing Our Undemocratic Courts by Roger Clegg, pp. 60-63 - PDF
              29. Solzhenitsyn at Home by Edward E. Ericson, Jr., pp. 64-69 - PDF
              30. Feminists and Dysfunctional Families by Katherine Dalton, pp. 70-75 - PDF
              31. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by Gertrude Himmelfarb, pp. 76-77 - PDF
              32. His Battle with Destructive Unionism. by Doug Glant, p. 78 - PDF
              33. Two Daughters in Tears, Glimpses the End of Childhood. by Blake Hurst, pp. 78-79 - PDF
              34. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 80-82 - PDF
              35. The Economist, pp. 83-85 - PDF
              36. Flashback, pp. 86-87 - PDF
              37. [+] Monster Mao by John Aird, pp. 88-89 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. The Private Life of Chairman Mao by Li Zhi-Sui
              38. [+] Mr. Independent by Martin Morse Wooster, p. 90 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. The Revolt of the Elites, and the Betrayal of Democracy by Christopher Lasch
              39. [+] Endless Summer by Brian Doherty, p. 91 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. The Nearest Faraway Place by Timothy White
              40. [+] The Fugitive by Madison Jones, pp. 91-92 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              41. Authors: Literary Lives by Florence King, p. 93 - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              42. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 94-99 - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              43. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data by Hillary Rodham Clinton, pp. 100-109 - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              44. The Mail, p. 110 - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              45. Biograph, p. 111 - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              46. Names in the News, pp. 112-114 - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
              47. Cover Photograph by Tony Stone Images - PDF
                1. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
            2. [+] July 1995 Issue
              = 41 Articles
              1. [+] September 1995 Issue
                = 50 Articles
                1. [+] November 1995 Issue
                  = 34 Articles
                2. [+] Issues of 1996
                  = 6 Issues, 263 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of 1997
                    = 6 Issues, 242 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1998
                      = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
                      1. [+] Issues of 1999
                        = 6 Issues, 216 Articles
                      2. [+] Issues of the 2000s
                        = 5 Years, 38 Issues, 1,031 Articles
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