Contributors

Winter 2002

Brian C. Anderson is senior editor of City Journal and the author of Raymond Aron: The Recovery of the Political. His writings have appeared in Commentary and First Things.

Theodore Dalrymple is a physician who regularly sees patients in an English prison. He is a contributing editor of City Journal and a columnist for the London Spectator. His latest book, Life at the Bottom, is a collection of his City Journal essays.

Jay P. Greene is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He was previously a professor of government at the University of Texas, Austin.

Victor Davis Hanson is a new contributing editor of City Journal and the author of Carnage and Culture. A military historian who teaches classics at California State University at Fresno, he lives on a family farm in Selma, California.

Peter Huber, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, is the author of Hard Green: Saving the Environment from the Environmentalists and co-author of the Digital Power Report.

Kay S. Hymowitz, a contributing editor of City Journal, is the author of Ready or Not: Why Treating Children as Small Adults Endangers Their Future—And Ours and a principal contributor to Modern Sex: Liberation and Its Discontents.

Heather Mac Donald is a contributing editor of City Journal, John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and author of The Burden of Bad Ideas: How Modern Intellectuals Misshape Our Society. Her articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, The New Republic, and the New York Times.

Steven Malanga is a contributing editor of City Journal and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He was formerly executive editor at Crain’s New York Business.

John H. McWhorter, a contributing editor of City Journal and a new senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, is the author of Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America.

Mark P. Mills is co-author of the Digital Power Report and co-founder of the Digital Power Group, a technology assessment and forecasting firm.

Joel Schwartz is an adjunct senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and the author of Fighting Poverty with Virtue: Moral Reform and America’s Urban Poor, 1825–2000.

James Q. Wilson, formerly a professor at Harvard and at UCLA, now teaches at Pepperdine University. This article is based on his forthcoming book, The Marriage Problem.