Winter 2008
The Resilient Society
Rudolph W. Giuliani
A blueprint for homeland security
The Campus Rape Myth
Heather Mac Donald
The reality: bogus statistics, feminist victimology, and university-approved sex toys
The Rainbow Coalition Evaporates
Steven Malanga
Black anger grows as illegal immigrants transform urban neighborhoods.
Child-Man in the Promised Land
Kay S. Hymowitz
Today’s single young men hang out in a hormonal limbo between adolescence and adulthood.
School Choice Isn’t Enough
Sol Stern
Instructional reform is the key to better schools.
Criminalizing Capitalism
Nicole Gelinas
Six years after Enron, executives face greater risks—but investors are no safer.
Abu Dhabi: East Leans West
Judith Miller
While radical Islamists fight to restore the Dark Ages, a modernizing sheikhdom invests in Western culture.
Hearts of Darkness
Michael Knox Beran
Trendy paternalism is keeping Africa in chains.
Why Don’t Jews Like the Christians Who Like Them?
James Q. Wilson
Liberalism can’t abide conservative evangelicals.

Urbanities

The Lost Art of War
Andrew Klavan
Hollywood’s anti-American war films don’t measure up to the glories of its patriotic era.
Architecture’s Battle of the Modernisms
Myron Magnet
. . . and what it means for Gotham’s future
Uplifting the Dangerous Classes
Howard Husock
What Charles Loring Brace’s philanthropy can teach us today

Soundings

Jay P. Greene, Catherine Shock
Ed schools put diversity before math.
Guy Sorman
Milton Friedmanesque reforms helped create South America’s most prosperous nation.
David Whelan
Can Mayor Nutter cure the city’s cancer?
Ibn Warraq
My response to Tariq Ramadan

Departments

Oh, to be in England
The Marriage of Reason and Nightmare
Theodore Dalrymple
Novelist J. G. Ballard exposes the fragility of the affluent society.
Diarist
Christopher Hitchens