Winter 2007
Heather Mac Donald
The University of California has spent a decade wiggling around Proposition 209.
Kay S. Hymowitz
A new generation sees opportunity in America—and seizes it.
Steven Malanga
And an electable one, at that.
Victor Davis Hanson
The flood of illegal immigrants into California has made things worse than I foresaw.
John Kekes
After half a century, does it seem worth it?
John Leo
And the college speech police threaten the liberty of us all.
Heather Mac Donald
And here’s what decent black advocates would say.
Nicole Gelinas
This crusading reformer has his work cut out for him.
Sol Stern
Reading First, though much maligned, succeeds in teaching kids to read.

Urbanities

Christopher Hitchens
Mark Steyn’s new book is a welcome wake-up call.
David Garrard Lowe
A tour through three centuries of history and architecture

Soundings

Steven Malanga
Bad choices, not a bad economy, are to blame.
Rod Dreher
One Dallas journo’s experience
Theodore Dalrymple
Will England’s libraries submit to sharia?
Nicole Gelinas
Goldman’s stellar results and Gotham
Theodore Dalrymple
The British lead the way.
Theodore Dalrymple
England’s penal system isn’t punitive enough.
Stefan Kanfer
Jimmy Carter’s lame legacy gets lamer.
Steven Malanga
And Governor Corzine fiddles.

Departments

Oh, to be in England
Theodore Dalrymple
Nothing works in the omnicompetent state.
Shropshire Diarist
Theodore Dalrymple