Winter 2004

Winter 2004

Bangalore's IT Boom

Making the Medicare Drug Benefit Beneficial

Congress can and should improve the recently created Medicare drug benefit by applying the lessons of welfare reform.

Defending the Sublime: An Interview with Roger Kimball

Campaign Canards

Every election a few bogus issues are raised by candidates or the media. Here are three to look out for in '04

Empire of Compassion

Paul Gottfried examines the politics of multiculturalism.

America's Doctrine

Critics of the Bush administration's foreign policy claim that things were dramatically different when Bill Clinton was president. They are wrong.

Christianity's Right to Remain Silent

A Mild Distaste for Nature

USA Today's Reporting Scandals

Reinventing Palestine

A new MacArthur Plan could speed the democratization of Palestine.

America and the Coming Global Workforce

The United States is already first in the competition to attract the world's workers; maintaining this lead will be crucial to its future economic growth.

Is Your Job Safe?

Bush's Immigration Myopia

Witness to History

The Lesser Evil: The Diaries of Victor Klemperer 1945-59, translated by Martin Chalmers (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2003), 637 pages, 25

Who Wants to be a Billionaire?

Frederick T. Stocker, editor, I Pay, You Pay, We All Pay: How the Growing Tort Crisis Undermines the U.S. Economy and the American System of Justice (Manufacturers Alliance, 2003), 247 pages, $40.00 for non-members

America's Lost Manufacturing Jobs

Reform Courts, Not Torts

Medical courts, not caps on jury awards, are the answer to the 80 percent of malpractice decisions that are scientifically unjustifiable.

Bush's Immigration Myopia

The End of War

Jonathan Schell, The Unconquerable World: Power, Nonviolence, and the Will of the People (Metropolitan Books, 2003), 433 Pages, $27.50

Talking About a Revolution

Michael Fumento, Bioevolution: How Biotechnology is Changing Our World (Encounter Books, 2003), 532 pages, $28.95

Measuring Man

Charles Murray, Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950 (Harper Collins, 2003), 668 pages, $29.95

In This Issue

What They Said Then

A Great, Not Always Good Man

Conrad Black, Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Champion of Freedom (Public Affairs, 2003), 1,360 pages, $39.95

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