July 2009 - August 2009
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It Was a Very Good Year
There are two things that make Alistair Horne's Kissinger:
1973 very special. One is the author.
The Permanent Crisis
The one and only Continuinig Crisis -- Bob Tyrrell's monthly
"ironic amalgamations," as Bill Buckley called them -- is now
available in this new collection lovingly compiled and edited by
Overlords of World War II
Andrew Roberts' Masters and Commanders is the
best kind of history, faithful to the past yet relevant to the
The Prince of Philadelphia
Joe Queenan's Closing Time: A Memoir is without a doubt
his finest book.
Suicide of the West
It is also known as World War One, as in Norman
Stone's short history.
The Matter With Myths
If conservatives don't counter them, government-run health care
will be here to stay.
Hanging Out With the Repo Man
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.
Will the Next Press Be Capitalist?
It will if freedom remains on the American agenda. From our