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  • The American Enterprise
    , March 1996 - 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. [–] Issues of 1996
          = 6 Issues, 263 Articles
          1. [+] January 1996 Issue
            = 35 Articles
            1. [–] March 1996 Issue
              = 41 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. 16-19 - PDF
              5. "Live" with TAE, pp. 20-23 - PDF
              6. Why Liberals Hate Talk Radio by Don Feder, p. 24 - PDF
              7. Democracy on the Air by Jesse Walker, p. 25 - PDF
              8. Are Talk Radio Hosts Dummies? by Florence King, p. 26 - PDF
              9. The Vox Populi by Irving Kristol, p. 27 - PDF
              10. Limbaugh in the Ivory Tower by Scott Walter, p. 28 - PDF
              11. Our Partisan Media by Michael Barone, pp. 29-31 - PDF
              12. The Birth of Celebrity Journalism by Stanley Cloud and Lynne Olson, pp. 32-33 - PDF
              13. Today's Press Is Manipulating History. by Brent Bozell, pp. 34-35 - PDF
              14. How Reporters Tinted the 1992 Election. by Lynne Cheney, p. 36 - PDF
              15. Ideological Journalists Are Stage-Managing Our Politics and Culture. by S. Robert Lichter, pp. 37-38 - PDF
              16. L.A. vs. N.Y.C. by Joel Kotkin, pp. 39-42 - PDF
              17. Rotten Hollywood by Ben Stein, pp. 43-44 - PDF
              18. Wanted (Desperately): Cyber-Editors by Frederick Turner, pp. 45-47 - PDF
              19. Whether Computer Networking Will Lead to a More or Less Centralized World. by Douglas Gomery, pp. 48-49 - PDF
              20. It Is Already Erasing Geographic Identities. by Stephen Bates, pp. 50-52 - PDF
              21. Democracy on (the) Line by Norman Ornstein and Amy Schenkenberg, pp. 53-54 - PDF
              22. How Free Is American Speech Today? by Thomas G. West, pp. 55-57 - PDF
              23. China's War on Children by John Aird, pp. 58-61 - PDF
              24. Government as Gambling Partner by Blake Hurst, pp. 62-65 - PDF
              25. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating by George Will, p. 66 - PDF
              26. The "Disabled" Rowdies in His Classroom. by T. Kelly Rossiter, p. 67 - PDF
              27. An Art Fix in the Midst of the Great Government Shutdown. by Paul Cantor, p. 67 - PDF
              28. A Child of the '60s. by Raymond Wisher, p. 68 - PDF
              29. Enterprising: Business as an Imaginative Act, pp. 69-70 - PDF
              30. The Economist, pp. 71-73 - PDF
              31. Flashback, pp. 74-75 - PDF
              32. [+] Lyin' King by Theodore Pappas, p. 76 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. Only in America by Jack Newfield
              33. [+] Clearcutting Environmentalists by Karl Hess, Jr., p. 77 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. In a Dark Wood by Alston Chase
              34. [+] Paradise Lost by Mayer Schiller, p. 78 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. The Lost City by Alan Ehrenhalt
              35. [+] Charlton Heston, Real Person by Nick Gillespie, p. 79 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. In the Arena: An Autobiography by Charlton Heston
              36. [+] Practice Makes Perfect by Nancy Pearcey, p. 80 - PDF
                - 1 Review
                1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
              37. Author, Author! by Florence King, p. 81 - PDF
                1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
              38. The Digest: Summaries of Important Research, pp. 82-87 - PDF
                1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
              39. Opinion Pulse: The Latest Survey Data, pp. 88-91 - PDF
                1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
              40. The Mail: Special Correspondence, pp. 92-98 - PDF
                1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
              41. Front Cover by Allyson Neily Brown - PDF
                1. Rationalism in Politics, and Other Essays by Michael J. Oakeshott
            2. [+] May 1996 Issue
              = 44 Articles
              1. [+] July 1996 Issue
                = 50 Articles
                1. [+] September 1996 Issue
                  = 42 Articles
                  1. [+] November 1996 Issue
                    = 51 Articles
                  2. [+] 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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