Fall 1999 Issue

Fall 1999 Issue

Europe's War on Food

It's not consumer protection, just protectionism.

Slavery Returns

Grisham's Laws

Terrifying Women for Profits and Politics

NEA's Grand Vision

The Hazards of "Humanitarian" Warfare

The U.S. tradition of strategic thinking in the national interest has been replaced by a foreign policy preoccupied with ephemeral, unattainable goals.

Something in the Water

Flatland

Babes in the Woods

The Blair Witch Project and the Nanny State

Art and Civil Society: A Nineteenth-Century Example

Good art regenerates society.

More Guns, Less Crime

Americans concerned about violent crime should stop worrying about how many guns are out there and start doing something about who has them.

Rethinking the Abortion-Crime Link

Little Role Makers

Right Over the Edge

The Profit Illusion Game

The U.S. stock market may be radically overvalued, for reasons you've never heard before. the coming asset deflation may not be just a "correction" but a permanent loss of capital for the nation.

The Colossus That Bestrides the World

The United States' superiority in conventional and strategic weapons is spurring other nations to seek new means of attack. Complacency and arrogance could be our downfall.

Stealing Exams

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