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Weekly Standard Reader A Reader,1995-2005

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ISBN-10: 0060852747

ISBN-13: 9780060852740

Edition: 2005

Authors: William Kristol

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Almost from the moment its inaugural issue appeared in September 1995, The Weekly Standard has been widely considered the nation's preeminent journal of political opinion and cultural commentary -- and the one magazine you've absolutely got to read if you want to keep up with American conservatism. Beyond reporting the events of the times, The Weekly Standard has played a central role in every major political drama of the past decade. In fact, so influential has it proved in Washington -- year in and year out, no matter which party controlled the White House -- that it's become a must-read for anyone who wants to understand American politics and society as a whole. Now, in The Weekly…    
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Book details

List price: $27.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 9/6/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 560
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.936

Frederic Barnes Sr.
Dorothy Lamour
Ben Hogan
Elia Kazan
Joe DiMaggio
Edward C. Banfield
Paul Coverdell
Ronald Reagan
Seth Benardete
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Johnny Carson
John Paul II
Politics and Society
Mrs. Clinton's Very, Very Bad Book
Status-Income Disequilibrium
A Thought Experiment in Support of Estate Taxes
The Clinton Legacy
I Disonesti
Notes on the Hairless Man
The Inner History of the McCain Campaign
The Beauty of Suburban Sprawl
Gore's Spoiled Ballot
Karl Rove, White House Impresario
The Greatness That Was Giuliani
The Neoconservative Persuasion
Bush's Gospel
Fear and Intimidation at Harvard
The Great White Waste of Time
How Liberalism Failed Terri Schiavo
Peace and War at Home and Abroad
Bosnia: The Republican Challenge
Saddam Must Go
At Last, Zion
A Tale of the New China
A Cowering Superpower
The United State of America
Valor and Victimhood After September II
Liberte, Egalite, Judeophobie
A Year of Firsts and Lasts
The Fog of Peace
Liberating Iraq
The Holocaust Shrug
On Tyranny
A Realigning Election
The Middle East George W. Bush Has Made
Books and Arts
The Brilliant Show That Killed Broadway
Edward R. Murrow: Infotainment Pioneer
The New York Times Magazine at 100
The Torture of Writer's Block
The Terrible Beauty of W. B. Yeats
What World War II Was Fought For
Updating George Washington
The Great War and Its Historians
Pro Wrestling and the End of History
The God of the Bestseller List
Rediscovering Sarah Orne Jewett
The Last Public Poet: Rereading Robert Lowell
Virgil's Aeneid-and Ours
Bob Dylan's Lyric Verse
Hawthorne and the American Past
The Trilling Imagination
Liberal Sports/Conservative Sports
At the Red Lobster with Tammy Faye
My Father's Mansion Has Many Holes
My Detested Fellow Pilgrims
The No-Luck Club
A Child's Christmas in Pierre
My Career in Forgery
The High School Alumni Football Tradition
The Idiocy of Rural Telephony
An Open Letter to the Maryland Office of Unemployment Insurance
Ashes to Ashes
Dog's Worst Friend
Brotherly Losers
About the Authors