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December 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
Fear of the Invisible | Epidemiologist John Snow made cities safer.
7 December 2006

November 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
A Man Out of Time | A life of poet R. S. Thomas entertains and illumines.
6 November 2006

October 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
The Avant-Garde of the Apocalypse | The Dutch and their Muslims
25 October 2006

September 2006

Howard Husock
Liberal Blinders | The author of a new book on public housing ignores his own evidence.
8 September 2006

June 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
All or Nothing | The quest for a moderate Islam may be futile.
4 June 2006

May 2006

Charles Upton Sahm
Trashing Giuliani | A silly documentary tries—and fails—to tar the record of America’s Mayor.
12 May 2006

Kay S. Hymowitz
The Mommy-Wars Insurgency | Essayist Caitlin Flanagan has enraged the feminists.
9 May 2006

April 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
The Murderer Next Door | The limits of sociobiology
24 April 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
Greek or Turk? | Bruce Clark’s exploration of a conflicted history raises profound questions of politics and national identity.
4 April 2006

March 2006

Theodore Dalrymple
Why New Vaccines Are Scarce | Blame the tort lawyers, argues Paul Offit’s important new book.
6 March 2006

February 2006

Katherine Ernst
Lefty Profs Exposed | David Horowitz’s The Professors profiles academe’s tenured radicals.
21 February 2006

January 2006

Howard Husock
Why Hollywood Loves Johnny Cash—and not Merle Haggard | It’s the Man in Black’s politics
13 January 2006

Stefan Kanfer
Spielberg’s Mendacious Munich | The film can’t distinguish justice from revenge.
10 January 2006