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Which Was Worse, Communism or Nazism?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
An Alternative to Antibiotics?
An Alternative to Antibiotics?
Paternity and U.S. Citizenship
Your References, Please!

 
MILLENNIAL MOMENTS
Introduction
Editor
Life a Millennium Ago
Robert Selle

 
SPECIAL REPORT--DO CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS STILL MATTER?
Introduction
Editor
A Day in the Life of a Committee
James P. Lucier
The Changing Role of the Committee
Gordon S. Jones
They Still Make a Difference
Alvin S. Felzenberg

ANALYSIS
Turkey at the Crossroads
Raymond J. Mas

COMMENTARY
Can the CIA Be Fixed?
Lawrence B. Sulc

ELECTION '98
Revolutionary Referenda
Ron Faucheux

EYE ON THE HIGH COURT
Line-Item Veto is Unconstitutional (Clinton v. City of New York)
David C. Slade

GLOBAL FORUM--IS SADDAM HUSSEIN A THREAT TO MIDDLE EAST SECURITY?
Introduction
Editor
Still a Formidable Enemy
Ehud Ya'ari
No Menace to His Neighbors
Muhammad Hallaj
Not a Military Threat
Mamoun Fandy


PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Michael Behe: Darwin in the Dock
Robert R. Selle

WORLD VIEWS
Clinton in China

 

 
ADVENTURE
Hawaii: Reawakening Midway - A Recreational Trip to Midway Atoll
Stephen Gorman

FOOD
A Punjabi Preeti Bhojan: A Feast Celebrated With Love
Linda Joyce Forristal

TRAVEL
The Gems of Florence: Renaissance Masterpieces Bring the City to Life
Martin Gani

 

 
COMMENTARY
A Parable for the Millennium: Commentary on Robert Stone's Damascus Gate
Edward Hower

FEATURED BOOK
Introduction
Editor

REVIEWS
Crossing the Line
Tom Deignan
THE KNIFE THROWER AND OTHER STORIES
Steven Millhauser

Gandhi: An Eccentric Saint
Uma Parameswaran
GANDHI
Yogesh Chadha

That's Entertainment?
Ray Surette
MAYHEM
Sissela Bok

WRITERS AND WRITING
Triumph Over Chaos: A Profile of John Cheever
Linda Simon

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Norway's 'Jugendstil' Town
Stephen Henkin

ART
Delacroix's Indelible Art
Michael Gibson

DANCE
Choreography Down Under
Susan Tenaglia

GALLERY
Janet Fish: Celebrating Light
Editor

PERSPECTIVES
Hollywood's Techno-Blockbuster Mentality
Lloyd Eby

 

   
AT THE EDGE
Stretching Fat With Starch
Frederick C. Felker, Kenneth Eskins, And George F. Fanta
Chat Boxes in the Sky
Vinod Jain

IMPACTS
Welding: Holding Things Together
Steve Voynick

NATURE WALK
Long Arms of the Deep
Jerry Shine

 

   
CROSSROADS
Integration Under the Hupa: Interracial Marriage in Israel
Nechemia Meyers
India: Sanskrit Education in Varanasi
Jan Protopapas

FOLK WISDOM
America's Jack: The Trickster Hero of Our Shy Tradition
Craig J. Renner

HERITAGE
Jersey Jewels: Growing Tomatoes in the Garden State
Sherry Karasik

PATTERNS
Brothers of the Seals: Aleut Teenagers Save Endangered Creatures
Yva Momatiuk And John Eastcott

PEOPLES
Four Days for the Prophet: Kenya's Maulidi Festival Celebrates the Birth of Muhammad
Rebecca Gearhart; photography by Wendy Stone

 

   
ESSAYS
Dostoyevsky and Holy Russia
Mark Richard Barna
Know Your Enemy: Iraq Before Saddam Hussein
Jeffrey Meyers

SHOULD RACE BE A BASIS FOR GOVERNMENT POLICY?
Introduction
Editor
Race-Based Programs Are on the Defensive
David Wagner
Race Should Be Used for Governmental Decision Making: An Interview With Paul Butler

 
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