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  • Reason
    Total Archives: 38 Years, 390 Issues, 6,980 Articles, 23,442pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1960s
      = 2 Years, 20 Issues, 24 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1970s
        = 10 Years, 100 Issues, 1,497 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 1980s
          = 10 Years, 108 Issues, 1,915 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of the 1990s
            = 10 Years, 104 Issues, 2,221 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of the 2000s
              = 6 Years, 58 Issues, 1,323 Articles
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              1. Reason,
                January 2000 Issue, 30 Articles, 76pp
                Rampaging Toward Choice by Michael W. Lynch
                Why Parents in Washington, D.C., are Embracing Vouchers and Charter Schools--and what that Says about Public Schools.
              2. Reason,
                February 2000 Issue, 28 Articles, 76pp
                Burning Man Grows Up by Brian Doherty
                Art, Anarchy, and Order in the Nevada Desert
              3. Reason,
                March 2000 Issue, 28 Articles, 76pp
                Thought Reform 101 by Alan Charles Kors
                College orientation and P.C. cults
              4. Reason,
                April 2000 Issue, 28 Articles, 76pp
                Clinton's Real Legacy by Charles Paul Freund
                A 5-Step Plan to Surviving Endless Scandal
              5. Reason,
                May 2000 Issue, 30 Articles, 66pp
                Earth Day's Happy 30th Birthday by Ronald Bailey
                The Planet's Future has Never Looked Better. Here's Why.
              6. Reason,
                June 2000 Issue, 28 Articles, 76pp
                Hollywood's Missing Movies by Kenneth Lloyd Billingsley
                Why American Films Have Ignored Life Under Communism
              7. Reason,
                July 2000 Issue, 27 Articles, 67pp
                The Mommy Wars by Cathy Young
                Why Feminists and Conservatives Just Don't Get Modern Motherhood
              8. Reason,
                Aug/Sept 2000 Issue, 28 Articles, 76pp
                In Praise of Consumerism by James B. Twitchell
                What's so bad about shopping, anyway?
              9. Reason,
                October 2000 Issue, 29 Articles, 68pp
                In Defense of Animal Research by Frederick K. Goodwin and Adrian R. Mo...
                Why it's necessary---and moral
              10. Reason,
                November 2000 Issue, 29 Articles, 75pp
                The Presidential Identity Crisis by Charles Paul Freund
                The changing roles of the chief executive
              11. Reason,
                December 2000 Issue, 41 Articles, 76pp
                The Presidential Reading List
                Great Books for the New Chief Executive
              12. Reason,
                January 2001 Issue, 26 Articles, 113pp
                Dr. Strangelunch by Ronald Bailey
                Or: Why We Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love Genetically Modified Food
              13. Reason,
                February 2001 Issue, 25 Articles, 67pp
                Where The Boys Are by Cathy Young
                Is America Shortchanging Male Children?
              14. Reason,
                March 2001 Issue, 29 Articles, 67pp
                The Whipping Boy by Jib Fowles
                The Hidden Conflicts Underlying the Campaign against Violent TV
              15. Reason,
                April 2001 Issue, 27 Articles, 67pp
                Title IX's Pyrrhic Victory by Michael W. Lynch
                How the Quest for 'Gender Equity' is Killing Men's Athletic Programs
              16. Reason,
                May 2001 Issue, 30 Articles, 68pp
                Their Aim Is True by Abigail Kohn
                Taking Stock of America's Read Gun Culture
              17. Reason,
                June 2001 Issue, 30 Articles, 76pp
                Still Fab by Charles Paul Freund
                Why we keep listening to the Beatles
              18. Reason,
                July 2001 Issue, 31 Articles, 76pp
                Globalization and Its Discontents
              19. Reason,
                Aug/Sept 2001 Issue, 31 Articles, 83pp
                Schoolhouse Crock by Lisa Snell
                Why George W. Bush's Education Reforms Won't Change Anything
              20. Reason,
                October 2001 Issue, 30 Articles, 67pp
                School's Out by Daniel H. Pink
                Get Ready for the New Age of Individualized Education
              21. Reason,
                November 2001 Issue, 28 Articles, 68pp
                Antitrust's Greatest Hits by David B. Kopel and Joseph Bast
                The Foolish Precedents Behind the Microsoft Case
              22. Reason,
                December 2001 Issue, 43 Articles, 83pp
                Big Brother is Watching You
                Guarding the Home Front
              23. Reason,
                January 2002 Issue, 17 Articles, 75pp
                Drugs by Michael Valdez Moses
              24. Reason,
                February 2002 Issue, 30 Articles, 68pp
                The Media and G.I.Joe by Chris Lehmann, Ronald Bailey, Todd Se...
                How the press gets the military wrong---and why it matters
              25. Reason,
                March 2002 Issue, 19 Articles, 84pp
                In Praise of Vulgarity by Charles Paul Freund
                How Commercial Culture Liberates Islam--and the West
              26. Reason,
                April 2002 Issue, 27 Articles, 68pp
                Leaping the Abyss by Gregory Benford
                Stephen Hawking on Black Holes, Unified Field Theory, and Marilyn Monroe
              27. Reason,
                May 2002 Issue, 19 Articles, 68pp
                Hollywood vs. the Internet
                Why entertainment companies want to back your computer
              28. Reason,
                June 2002 Issue, 18 Articles, 68pp
                Ashcroft's Power Grab
                The saga of a troubled---and troubling---attorney general
              29. Reason,
                July 2002 Issue, 18 Articles, 68pp
                Four-Wheel-Drive Fantasies
                A defense of the SUV
              30. Reason,
                August 2002 Issue, 18 Articles, 84pp
                Forever Young
                The new scientific search for immortality
              31. Reason,
                October 2002 Issue, 23 Articles, 74pp
                What Price Safety?
              32. Reason,
                November 2002 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                Gun Control's Twisted Outcome
                Restricting firearms has helped make England more crime-ridden than the U.S.
              33. Reason,
                December 2002 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                E Pluribus Umbrage
                The long, happy life of America's anti-discrimination industry
              34. Reason,
                January 2003 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                Courting Stupidity
                Why smart lawyers pick dumb jurors
              35. Reason,
                February 2003 Issue, 19 Articles, 68pp
                The Battle for Your Brain
                Science is developing ways to boost intelligence and more. Will you be allowed to change your own mind?
              36. Reason,
                March 2003 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                Disarming History
                How an award-winning scholar twisted the truth about guns---and almost got away with it
              37. Reason,
                April 2003 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                The Agony and the Ecstasy
                How the OxyContin crackdown hurts patients in pain
              38. Reason,
                May 2003 Issue, 18 Articles, 68pp
                Pulling Our Own Strings
                How evolution generates free will
              39. Reason,
                June 2003 Issue, 15 Articles, 68pp
                What Next for U.S. Foreign Policy?
                Power, stability, and the post-Iraq world order
              40. Reason,
                July 2003 Issue, 16 Articles, 68pp
                The Anti-Pleasure Principle
                The food police and the pseudoscience of self-denial
              41. Reason,
                August 2003 Issue, 23 Articles, 76pp
                Suspected Terrorist
                Should this multimillionaire be allowed to fly without an ID?
              42. Reason,
                October 2003 Issue, 16 Articles, 68pp
                St. Martha
                Why Martha Stewart should go to heaven and the SEC should go to hell
              43. Reason,
                November 2003 Issue, 19 Articles, 68pp
                Show Us Your Money
                The PATRIOT Act lets the feds spy on your finances. But does it catch terrorists?
              44. Reason,
                December 2003 Issue, 17 Articles, 84pp
                35 Heroes of Freedom
                35th Anniversary Issue!
              45. Reason,
                January 2004 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                Domination Fantasies
                Does Rupert Murdoch control the media? Does anyone?
              46. Reason,
                February 2004 Issue, 18 Articles, 68pp
                "Dominate, Intimidate, Control"
                The sorry record of the Transportation Security Administration
              47. Reason,
                March 2004 Issue, 22 Articles, 68pp
                Confessions of a Welfare Queen
                How rich bastards like me rip off American taxpayers
              48. Reason,
                April 2004 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                For President of the United States, We Endorse...
              49. Reason,
                May 2004 Issue, 18 Articles, 68pp
                Xtreme Measures
                Washington's new crackdown on porn
              50. Reason,
                June 2004 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                They Know Where You Are!
                The unsung benefits of a database nation
              51. Reason,
                July 2004 Issue, 19 Articles, 68pp
                10 Truths About Trade
                Hard facts about offshoring, imports, and jobs
              52. Reason,
                August 2004 Issue, 19 Articles, 76pp
                The War on Fat
                Is the size of your butt the government's business?
              53. Reason,
                October 2004 Issue, 19 Articles, 68pp
                The Good News is One of These Guys Will Lose
                (The Bad News is One Will Win)
              54. Reason,
                November 2004 Issue, 18 Articles, 76pp
                Voting is a Lot Like SEX
              55. Reason,
                January 2005 Issue, 16 Articles, 68pp
                Civil Liberties and Enemy Combatants
                Are the Supreme Court's widely praised rulings bad for America?
              56. Reason,
                February 2005 Issue, 15 Articles, 64pp
                Four More Years!?!?!
                7 high hopes and 7 big fears for Bush's second term
              57. Reason,
                March 2005 Issue, 17 Articles, 68pp
                Ayn Rand at 100
                Loved, hated, and always controversial
              58. Reason,
                April 2005 Issue, 18 Articles, 68pp
                The Death of Social Security by James K. Glassman, Tyler Cowen
                Debating private retirement accounts
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              1. A feminist challenges the conventional wisdom about domestic violence
                Reason
                , April 2004, pp. 16-17 - PDF
              2. The government attacks teenage drinking with junk science
                Reason
                , October 2004, pp. 44-47 - PDF
              3. When did freedom become just another word for 10 pounds left to lose?
                Reason
                , August 2004, pp. 26-31 - PDF
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                (Review)
                The strange but familiar world of a Japanese TV cartoon
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , May 2004, p. 57 - PDF
              5. When exposed breasts were in style
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , August 2004, pp. 74-76 - PDF
              6. Putting motion into architecture
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , June 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              7. Ketchup, ice cream, and identity politics
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , October 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              8. Why the state prefers meaningless art
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , May 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              9. The evolution of the action figure
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , March 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              10. The developing world's novel use for rubbers
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , November 2004, pp. 74-76 - PDF
              11. How cell phones really send messages
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , April 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              12. Was J.M.W. Turner a genius or blind? Or both?
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , February 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              13. Behold th Tholos, the high-tech panorama
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , January 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              14. A beer company takes aim at a mayor
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , July 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
              15. In Iraq, the Jews---and anti-Semitism---are everywhere
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , March 2004, pp. 34-39 - PDF
              16. What it takes to run for president in an age of media intimacy
                1. Ghost in the Shell (1995 Film) by Mamoru Oshii
                Reason
                , May 2004, pp. 34-41 - PDF
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                (2 Reviews)
                How FDR made life worse for African Americans
                1. Reconsidering Roosevelt on Race by Kevin J. McMahon
                2. FDR's Folly by Jim Powell
                Reason
                , October 2004, pp. 59-63 - PDF
              18. When will secularism be allowed in the public square?
                1. Reconsidering Roosevelt on Race by Kevin J. McMahon
                2. FDR's Folly by Jim Powell
                Reason
                , October 2004, pp. 21-23 - PDF
              19. [+]
                (Review)
                Is McDonald's unappealing---or irresistible?
                1. Super Size Me (2004 Film) by Morgan Spurlock
                Reason
                , July 2004, p. 55 - PDF
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                (Review)
                Gettysburg's status as a national symbol is inseparable from its commercial success
                1. Gettysburg: Memory, Market, and an American Shrine by Jim Weeks
                Reason
                , March 2004, p. 56 - PDF