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Crisis in the Presidency

 
SPECIAL REPORT--THE GLOBAL APPEAL OF PRIVATIZATION
Introduction
Editor
The Key to a Better Society
E.S. Savas
Communism Comes to Market
Peter Young
The Many Faces of Privatization in Asia
John Tepper Marlin
Privatization: A Spotty Record in the Third World
J. William Middendorf II

ANALYSIS
The Challenge to Mecca
Amos Perlmutter
Tunisia's Ben Ali: Act or Be Acted Upon
Smith Hempstone
The Prospects for German Reunification
Mark Holston
The Dilemma of Yugoslav Market Socialism
Robin Alison Remington
Is the U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement Pro-Consumer?
Sheldon L. Richman

COMMENTARY
Is Nuclear Nonproliferation in the U.S. Interest?
Jed C. Snyder
RFE/RL in the Age of Glasnost
Mark G. Pomar
The Middle East and Soviet Strategy
Avigdor Haselkorn
Defending the Dollar?
Warren T. Brookes
Let's Curtail the Money Flow to the Soviets
John H. Fund

 

 
CHILDREN
A Foxfire Classroom
Kathleen Prentice

FAMILY
Junk Drawer Evenings
John Elvin

FOOD
Melbourne's Tucker: An Epicurean's Delight
Adrianne Marcus

HUMOR
A Democratic Audition
Herb Greer

PATHWAYS
Hallelujah, I'm a Bum!
Steve Kaplan

PERSONALITY
Kimi Gray's Quiet Revolution
David Caprara

SPORTS
Let the Spirit Begin
Sheila Dinn

TRAVEL
A Belgium Barge Odyssey
Cynthia Foster

 

 
FEATURED BOOK: Lech Walesa's A Way of Hope
Introduction
Editor

The Man and the Movement
Peter Mroczyk

Every One of You Is Walesa
Jozef Ruszar

Memoirs of Lech Walesa
Jan Gross

REVIEWS
Zigzagging on the Glory Road
Carl F.H. Henry
STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY
Jerry Falwell

A Sad Heart at the Barricades
Wilfred M. McClay
THE LAST INTELLECTUALS
Russell Jacoby

Historian of Hope
Edward S. Shapiro
HIDDEN HISTORY
Daniel J. Boorstin

Review: Statesmen of the American Experiment
Clyde Wilson
THE GREAT TRIUMVIRATE
Merrill D. Peterson

New Southern Writers
David A. Hallman
THE NEW WRITERS OF THE SOUTH
Edited by Charles East

A Singular View of New York
George Garrett
THE YEAR OF SILENCE
Madison Smartt Bell

Giving Peace a Chance?
Phyllis Zagano
WOMEN AND WAR
Jean Bethke Elshtain

Answering the Socratic Question
Thomas Fleming
THE TRIAL OF SOCRATES
I.F. Stone

Public Responsibilities
Zdzislaw Najder
TERM OF OFFICE
Jan Jozef Szczepanski
DOMESTIC DISGRACE
Jacek Trznadel

Will Poland Survive?
Krzysztof Klopotowski
POLISH TALKS IN SUMMER, 1983
Jaroslaw Marek Rymkiewicz

Egalitarian Mysticism
Alan Reynolds
THE GREAT DEPRESSION OF 1990
Ravi Batra

Seeing Through Children's Eyes
Peter Barglow
A GOOD ENOUGH PARENT
Bruno Bettelheim

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Alvar Aalto: Is There Any Finnish Architect After Him?
Kaarin Taipale

ART
Zurbaran: Celebrating the Glory of God
Herb Greer
Meiji Print: Japanese Vision of the West
Julia Meech-Pekarik
Sao Paulo Biennial: Utopia vs. Reality
Michael Gibson

CRAFT & DESIGN
Jade: China's 9,000-Year Fascination
Suzanne Wright

DANCE
Tackling Taylor: The Washington Ballet Company Goes Modern
Alexandra Tomalonis

FILM
Dreaming of a Kingdom Not of This World: Film Dissent in the USSR and the Soviet Bloc
Paul Coates

MUSIC
Nixon in China: A Postmodernist Exercise
Kenneth LaFave
Russia's Great Piano Tradition
Bella Shiuk; translated by Vladimir Talmy

PERSPECTIVES
Public Art: Living Values in Stone
James F. Cooper

THEATER
Chernobyl as Theater: Sarcophagus and the Human Element
J. Perceval
Chicago, That Towering Theater Town: Raw Energy Generates World-Class Drama
Nicholas Rudall

 

   
AT THE EDGE
The Mass Extinction Controversy
Marc J. Defant
Expanding Images of Our Universe, Part One: The Electron Microscope
John E. Johnson Jr.
The Search for Other Worlds
Seth Shostak

CRUCIBLES OF SCIENCE
Science in the Promised Land
Nechemia Meyers

NATURE WALK
How Hardy Trees Survive Winter
Richard W. Tinus

SCIENCE AND SPIRIT
New Physics and Christianity
J.W.P. Traphagan

SCIENTISTS: PAST AND PRESENT
Aleksandr Borodin: Syntheses and Symphonies
George B. Kauffman

 

   
CROSSROADS
Treasured Islands
Lowell D. Holmes
Creole Speaks: Creole Understands: Part One
Robert Lawless

FOLK WISDOM
Abu Kasem's Slippers
Heinrich Zimmer

HERITAGE
Bring Forrit the Tartan
Sheila K. Webster-Jain

PEOPLES
Fortress of the Otavalo Spirit
Carolyn E. Cullinan
Sumo
Paul Crook
We Perform for the Gods
Peter Schoppert

 

   
A RECURRENT NOTE IN JEWISH LITERATURE
Zionism and Judaism
Jacob Neusner

COMMUNISM IN BULGARIA
The Case of Nikola Petkov
Charles A. Moser

ISLAMIC COSMOLOGY
From the Meccan Openings: The Myth of the Origin of Religion and Law
William C. Chittick

ON VIRTUE
Natural Law and Virtue
Ralph McInerny

RETHINKING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
Was France the Fatherland of Genocide?
Laurent Ladouce

THE ARISTOCRATIC HERITAGE OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY
Constitutional Framers: Not Philosophes, but Aristocrats
Russell Kirk

THE DEMOCRATIC MODEL AND THE THIRD WORLD
Observations on the Cultural Diversity of Non-Western Governments
Ernest W. Lefever

THE JUDICIARY REASSESSED
Strict Construction or Legal Creativity?
Morton A. Kaplan

THE PRESIDENCY
Introduction
Marcus Cunliffe
Jacksonian Revolution
Robert V. Remini
How Strong a President?
Richard Rose
Presidential Politics: The Race Is On, the Stakes Are High
Stephen J. Wayne
Change and Continuity: The Presidency in Historical Perspective
Leo P. Ribuffo
Whirlwinds From the West
Richard Jensen

THE SOCIAL GOOD
From Equality to Pluri-elitism: Terms of a Debate
Virgil Nemoianu

 
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