October 2002

A Funny Morality

North Korea as a metaphor of the times by Victor Davis Hanson The Claremont Institute The disclosures of North Korean duplicity in acquiring nuclear weapons were disturbing for a variety of reasons, involving more than our national security. Share This

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Voices in the Wilderness

Versus the age-old sirens of appeasement by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Listening to the administration make the case for preemptive action brought reminders of similarly exasperated leaders of the past. Share This

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The Strangest of Times: A Perplexing World Stage

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Skeptics cite a number of hypothetical disasters that might befall the United States should we attack Iraq. Share This

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Goodbye to Europe?

by Victor Davis Hanson American Jewish Committee In the aftermath of the catastrophe that struck the United States last September 11, few things can have been more dismaying to Americans than the attitude adopted by many of our closest European allies, whose sympathy for the loss of life was quickly replaced by skepticism, if not …

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