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Why We’ll Win
Victor Davis Hanson
Why the Muslims Misjudged Us

Middle Easterners fatally misunderstood the culture that makes us strong.
Peter Huber & Mark P. Mills
How Technology Will Defeat Terrorism

At home and abroad, digital wizardry will keep us safe.
Family Policy
Heather Mac Donald
Don’t Mess with Welfare Reform’s Success

As the five-year time limit kicks in, and the reform measure faces renewal, Congress must reject advocates’ calls to go back to the past.
James Q. Wilson
Why We Don’t Marry

The cultural trends that gave us enlightenment and freedom now give us cohabitation and divorce.
New York City
Steven Malanga
Gotham Needs a GOP

Michael Bloomberg’s victory highlights New York City’s need for two parties, not one or none.
Brian C. Anderson
Let’s Ban Car Alarms

These infernal gadgets shatter urban civility, while doing not a nickel’s worth of good.
Education
John H. McWhorter
The Campus Diversity Fraud

Colleges justify racial preferences in the name of diversity. It’s a hokey defense of a bankrupt policy that they should scrap.
Jay P. Greene
GEDs Aren’t Worth the Paper They’re Printed On

GED holders do much worse in later life than high school grads. It’s time for some truth in testing.
Urbanities
Joel Schwartz
Where Dr. King Went Wrong
Portfolio: Growing Up in Gotham
Departments
In Prospect
Soundings
Theodore Dalrymple
Oh, to be in England

Gillray’s Ungloomy Morality
Letters
Contributors
Howard Husock
Marin County Diarist

Their Own Talib


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