Spring 2002 Issue

Spring 2002 Issue

American Outlook: Why AIDS Is Winning

International efforts to combat the global AIDS epidemic lack accountability and common sense, needlessly sentencing millions to death.

Why the West Has Won

Arthur Herman, How the Scots Invented the Modern World: The True Story of How Western Europe's Poorest Nation Created Our World and Everything in It, New York: Crown Publishers (2001), 288 pages, $25.95

Faith-Based Reconciliation

Evolving Controversy

One Country, One Race

A series of important court cases illustrate America's evolving struggle with the question of race.

Planes and Trains, but Not Automobiles

Jim Motavalli, Breaking Gridlock: Moving Towards Transportation That Works (San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 2001), 307 pages, $23.00

The Biological Case Against Race

Modern science demonstrates that race is a social concept, not a scientific truth.

Two Visions for America and Race

Reparations will rend, not repair, the social fabric.

The Illusion of Race

Special But Unequal: Race and Special Education

Redefining Racism

The term racism has evolved over time, for political reasons.

Immigration and Instability

The Sound of Money

American culture is being deprived of genuinely creative and popular music by a global music industry that believes bigger--and blander--is better.

Crusades of History and Politics

Separate Colors, Separate Minds

Racial separation causes cultural separation, not vice versa. Thus, the way to improve race relations is to continue to move toward integration, not away from it.

Separate Colors, Separate Minds

Racial separation causes cultural separation, not vice versa. Thus, the way to improve race relations is to continue to move toward integration, not away from it.

Buchanan and His Critics

Patrick J. Buchanan, The Death of the West: How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization (Dunne Books, 2001), 320 pages, $25.95

Invisible Sage

Fifty years later, the Invisible Man is no longer invisible.

The Aesthetics of Race Versus the Beauty of Humanity

Fostering an Islamic Reformation

Western support of political modernization in Turkey may help strengthen that nation's pro-Western tendencies and slow the spread of Islamic radicalism.

Bridging the Race Gap

Race relations is essentially a matter of the heart, not the head.

Talking Turkey

Better Vibrations

Schools for Scandal

Obsessions with race and gender are dragging down the standards of American colleges and universities--and taking minority students with them.

Faith-Based Upswing

Europe Against Israel

The European Left and Right both seem to wish that Israel would just go away; they will get their wish unless the United States intervenes.

In This Issue

One Country, One Race

A series of important court cases illustrate America's evolving struggle with the question of race.

American Outlook

Jay F. Hein
Editor in Chief

Wesley Cate
Managing Editor

Beverly Saddler
Production Coordinator

Tim Varnau
Designer

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