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SPECIAL REPORT--FIVE NATIONS UNDER SIEGE
Five Nations Under Siege
Ray S. Cline
Cambodia: Irresistible Force vs. Immovable Object
Douglas Pike
Afghanistan: Victory for the Mujahideen?
Henry Kriegel
Nicaragua: Fighting Against the Government
Max Singer
Ethiopia: An African Cambodia?
J.A. Parker
Angola: Marxist Regime Under Attack
J.A. Parker

SPECIAL FEATURE--GETTING GOVERNMENT UNDER CONTROL
Good Intentions, Bad Results
Closing the Loopholes on Tax Reform
Staunton Calvert
Gramm Rudman: Stopping the Overdrafts
Dan Mitchell
The Great Tax Reformation
Cutting Government Waste

ANALYSIS
Confrontation in the Pacific
John F. Copper
Hope in South Asia: The First SAARC Summit
Syed Serajul Islam
The Cost of Protectionism
Edward L. Hudgins
A New Wave of Crime at Sea
Gerhard Mueller and Freda Adler
Modern Day Piracy Stalks the Seas
Kim Kosko
Catholic-Jewish Accord: A Hopeful Omen
Gayle Stockland Fixler

COMMENTARY
The Case Against the ABM Treaty
Daniel O. Graham
Goodbye, Two Parties; Hello, Four!
Claudio Campuzano
Clearing the Smoke on the Abortion Issue
Sarah E. Petersen
Can Africa Sustain a Free Press?
David Yeats-Thomas
Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
Allan C. Brownfeld

 

 
CHILDREN
The Terrible Twos Are Terrific for Language Learning
Leil Lowndes and Stephen Silberling

FASHION
Bidding for Jewels
Ettagale Blauer

FOOD
A Taste of Budapest in Modern Boston
Elaine Brooks

HEALTH
Eastern Medicine Offers Hope for Infertility
Carol Ann Pearce

HUMOR
Peanuts, Popcorn, and Earmuffs
Rick Wolff

INTERIORS
Color Me, Color My Home
Dawn Speth White

SPORTS
The Quest for Yukon Gold
Ron Dalby

TRAVEL
Portugal's Undiscovered Corner
Victor Block

 

 

FEATURED BOOK: Willmoore Kendall's The Conservative Affirmation
Willmoore Kendall Remembered
Gregory Wolfe

Prophet of the Heartland
Samuel T. Francis

REVIEWS
Who Will Educate the Educators?
George C.S. Benson and John West, Jr.
THE TROUBLED CRUSADE
Diane Ravitch
THE SCHOOLS WE DESERVE
Diane Ravitch
CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN SCHOOLS
Edited by John H. Bunzel

Tracing the Roots of Disorder: Perspectives on the Early Work of Eric Voegelin
Thomas J. DiNapoli, Ernest Easterly III, Henry Vander Goot, and Barry Cooper
POLITICAL RELIGIONS
Eric Voegelin, translated by Thomas J. Dinapoli and Ernest Easterly III

Brave New Worldview
Walter R. Hearn
THE NEW STORY OF SCIENCE
Robert M. Augros and George N. Stanciu

Stalking the Female Geographer
Eloise Engle
WOMEN OF THE FOUR WINDS
Elizabeth Fagg Olds

Surprised by History
Richard Quebedeaux
REINHOLD NIEBUHR: A BIOGRAPHY
Richard Wightman Fox

 

 
   

 
   
ART
Indian Art: Six Hundred Years of Art on Display
Susan Fegley Osmond
The New Realism
James Cooper

CRAFT & DESIGN
Indonesian Batik
Marian H. Tatu

DANCE
'Tango Argentino' Recalls the Allure of a Lost Age
Gregory Speck

FILM
Rising Stars From the East and West
Tom Huntington

MUSIC
Ponnelle's Vision of Mozart's Le Nozze Di Figaro
Gregory Speck

POETRY
Fond Memories of Robert Graves
Christopher V. Davies

THEATER
Apartheid in South Africa: Blood Knot Bleeds on Broadway
Gregory Speck
Give 'em Hellman
Jeff Church

 

   
AT THE EDGE
What's Next in the Information Age?
John S. Mayo
New Drug Delivery Systems
Lee Katterman
Sophistication in Our Nervous System
Joseph W. Alper

IMPACTS
Gears: Putting Civilization in Gear
William J. Cromie

NATURE WALK
Animal Tracks in Snow
Frederick D. Atwood

SCIENCE AND SPIRIT
The Roots of Behavior in Contemporary Physics
Jean E. Charon

SCIENCE AND VALUES
Science, Technology, and Human Ethics
Shamsher Ali

SCIENCE ESSAY
The Limits of Science
Eugene P. Wigner

SCIENTISTS: PAST AND PRESENT
Eugene P. Wigner: Is Mankind Bright Enough to Survive?
John Potjewyd

 

   
CROSSROADS
Cultural Synthesis in Africa
Ali A. Mazrui
Thailand and Modernization
Pinit Ratanakul

FOLK WISDOM
Tales of the Boir Ahmadi of Iran
Erika Frieidi

HERITAGE
Sisu: The Stubborn Courage of the Finns
Eloise Paananen

PEOPLES
People of the Andes: Challenges Facing the People of the Altiplano
Thomas Molnar
Kakasd Revisited: The Szekely Come Back to Hungary
Linda Degh

 

   
THE CHALLENGE OF MODERNITY
Philosophy in America Today
Richard Rorty
What If ...
Antonio de Nicolas
Intellectual Freedom: The Perils of Inconsistency
Michael Polanyi
Freedom and Authority
Gerald McCool
The Principle of Impotence: The Limits of Our Image of the Universe
Max Born
The Sciences Now Have Masks on Them
Colin M. Turbayne
Interactive Mind in the Participatory Universe
Henry Skolimowski

THE SACRED AND THE CHALLENGE OF MODERNITY
The State and the Sacred
James V. Schall
Modern Thought: The Return of the Sacred
Antonio de Nicolas
Symposium Discussion
Thomas Molnar, Antonio de Nicolas, Robert Schadler, George Panichas, Mangalam Srinivasan, Lawrence Criner
Introduction
Editor
Religion and the Sacred
Thomas Molnar
Literature and Religion: A Critical Confluence
George A. Panichas

 
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