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The Worst Years of Our Lives

By From the October 2009 issue

The Woodstock Sixties brought everlasting harm to our politics and culture.

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The World of Market Authoritarianism

By From the October 2009 issue

China's winning model is leaving the U.S. and the West increasingly isolated. Our October issue's cover story.

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Emptying Reservoirs in the Middle of a Drought

By From the September 2009 issue

California's privileged species lord it over the endangered farmer.

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A Long Shot: One-Term Obama

By From the September 2009 issue

Americans love to create president-heroes -- only to turn on them once they acquire too much power.

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Hanging Out With the Repo Man

By From the July 2009 - August 2009 issue

He's smart, he's funny, and he "steals" cars legally. (He's also the best friend you never knew you had.) Our July-August issue's cover story.

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Will the Next Press Be Capitalist?

By From the July 2009 - August 2009 issue

It will if freedom remains on the American agenda. From our July-August issue.

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The Matter With Myths

By From the July 2009 - August 2009 issue

If conservatives don't counter them, government-run health care will be here to stay.

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Pro-Mexico

By From the June 2009 issue

U.S. policy toward our southern relative and neighbor is deeply flawed -- and the small-minded right has been no more enlightened. Our June cover story.

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Tiananmen Twenty Years Later

By From the June 2009 issue

In this year of awkward anniversaries, the Chinese Communist regime is finding it impossible to suppress the memory of the massacre of June 4, 1989.

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