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September 27, 1999
Volume 5, Number 2
EDITORIALS
Pat the Bunny
BY WILLIAM KRISTOL
ARTICLES
Prime Time Affirmative Action
Al Gore signs on to the silliest cause of the season, racial diversity on TV
BY LEE BOCKHORN
What I Saw at Burning Man
The new counterculture is a lot like the old
BY DAVID SKINNER
Why East Timor Matters
The current crisis is part of a larger problem of Indonesian stability and democracy, and U.S. interests are at stake
BY THOMAS DONNELLY
Buchanan and His Friends
Is Pat serious about the Reform Party? Enough to lunch with Lenora Fulani
BY TUCKER CARLSON
Who Now Loathes the Military?
Congressional Republicans claim to be pro-defense. Do they mean it?
BY LAWRENCE F. KAPLAN
The Moonlighting Candidate
Cybill Shepherd for President? Despite her Elvis problem, it might happen
BY MATT LABASH
How Steve Forbes Can Win Big
First he needs to lower his sights and run for the open Senate seat in New Jersey
BY DAVID FRUM
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FEATURES
Books & Arts
Postmodern Paradox
What the New Critics Knew
BY ERIC S. COHEN
Fanfare for Copland
An American composer and his times
BY MICHAEL LINTON
Wrong from the Beginning
Pat Buchanan as Historian
BY ROBERT G. KAUFMAN
Not an Epic Battle
How the CIA and the Supreme Court left Frank Snepp out in the cold
BY MARK MILLER
A Flood of Evidence
The Science of Noah's Ark
BY ERIC CHEVLEN
CASUAL
A TAXONOMY OF BORES
BY JOSEPH EPSTEIN
SCRAPBOOK
New Slogans from the New China
BY THE SCRAPBOOK
Hurricane Hysteria
BY THE SCRAPBOOK
White Men Can't Write Headlines
BY THE SCRAPBOOK
Land O'Loons
BY THE SCRAPBOOK
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