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long-time advocate of trial by ordeal 
and compurgation: 

Florynce Kennedy, a New York feminist 
attorney, called Uganda President Idi 
Amin ‘‘an outstanding figure’’ at a Yale 
Law School conference in New Haven 

Kennedy said that much of the public 
criticism of Amin can be traced to the 
attitude that ‘‘if a black person is in 
charge of a country he isn’t really 
supposed to be in charge.’’ Commenting 
on the charges that Amin has directed the 
killings of thousands in his country, she 
said: ‘‘Sovereign governments are in the 
process of killing people all the time.’’ As 
to the alleged murder of Anglican 
Bishop Janini Luwum, she said, ‘‘The 
men who died in Vietnam aren’t any less 
dead than Bishop Luwum.”’ 

[February 28, 1977] 

Burlington [Vt.] Free Press 
Another stupendous achievement for 
the Mabels, the Beulahs, the Thel- 
mas of this world; and a pronunci- 
amento that will ring through the 
halls of history: 

The first institute for the study of feminist 
thought finished its opening session 

The Index includes all articles pub- 
lished in The American Spectator 
from January through December 
1982. In the listings, the Roman 
numeral refers to the number of the 
issue, while the Arabic numerals 
refer to the pages on which the article 
I: January 1982 
I: February 1982 
IIT: March 1982 
IV: April 1982 
V: May 1982 
VI: June 1982 
VIT: July 1982 
VIII: August 1982 
IX: September 1982 
X: October 1982 
XI: November 1982 
XII: December 1982 

ASMAN, DAVID. Review of Poole’s 
Instead of Regulation: Alternatives to 
Federal Regulatory Agencies. X, 38-40. 
Liberal,’’ XII, 20, 22-26, 28. 

R.1.P.’’ (Eminentoes), V, 24-26. 

for Fraud: Roberta Karmel on the 
SEC,’’ a review essay of Karmel’s 
Regulation by Prosecution: The Se- 
curities & Exchange Commission ver- 


with the participants, all women, doing a 
dance of karate kicks as a red-haired dog 
named Emma Goldman roamed the floor. 

The dog—named for the early 20th 
century anarchist—belonged to the 
teacher of a class on ‘‘Feminis:n and 
Socialism’’ and the karate moves were 
lifted from a self-defense course. 

The two classes reflect the diversity of 
the five weeks of lectures and discussions 
at the institute, named Sagaris for the 
double-edged sword of the Amazons 
representing women’s strength. . . . 

Linda, a young blonde who asked that 
her last name not be used, . . . said: “‘It’s 
been very politicizing for all the straights 
and now they know they should support 
us instead of being ashamed of us. We 
are, after all, on the same side. We are all 

“It doesn’t matter who you’re in bed 
with if you’re in bed when the revolution 
comes,”’ she said. 

[August 1, 1975} 

The scientific method as applied to 
the study of politics by progressive 
and enlightened women of the fe- 
vered brow: 
Is there a woman President in America’s 

future? What better way io find out than 
to ask some of the world’s most famous 
psychics? The occasion: a Psychic Sail 
around Manhattan to benefit Long Is- 
land’s Hampton Animal Shelter. 

A dozen psychics tackled the big 
question. While two—a Tarot expert and 
a numerologist—ruled out a woman 
President ‘‘for the foreseeable future,’’ 
the rest thought otherwise, with seven 
pinpointing 1984 and 1988. Other predic- 
tions: two women will run in 1976, one 
having light hair and an M in her name; 
our first woman President will be the wife 
of a famous person; 50 percent of 
Congress will be female within 25 years. 

[November 1974] 

Columbia Journalism Review 
Revelations of diabolical phenomena 
vouchsafed a grateful citizenry by 
Prof. Herbert J. Gans, sociologist: 
Like the news of other countries, Ameri- 
can news values its own nation above all 
others, even though it sometimes dis- 
parages blatant patriotism. This ethno- 
centrism is most explicit in foreign 
news. ... 

The clearest expression of ethnocen- 
trism, in all countries, appears in war 
news. While reporting the Vietnam War, 


sus Corporate America. Xl, 15-18. 
BARNES, FRED. ‘‘A Few Liberals Sober 
Up’’ (The Nation's Pulse), I, 29-32. 
**Supply-Side and Other Scarcities’’ 
(Presswatch), Il, 24-26. ‘‘Kicking Around 
Reagan’”’ (Presswatch), Ill, 24-26. ‘‘Baker 
Up, Moyers Down’’ (Presswatch), IV, 
28-30. ‘‘Zone Defense’ (Presswatch), VI, 
27-30. ‘Bitter Over Vinocur,’’ includes 
review of Greenfield’s The Real Cam- 
paign (Presswatch), VIII, 21-24. ‘‘Losing 
that Populist Touch: Ronald Reagan’s 
Crumbling Coalition,’’ IX, 17-19. ‘‘Sum- 
mertime Follies’’ (Presswatch), X, 24-25. 
*‘Henchmen”’ (Presswatch), XI, 22-23. 
man’s of San Francisco’’ (The Great 
American Saloon Series), VIII, 28-29. 
BAYLES, MARTHA. ‘‘Jogging to the 
Finland Station’’ (The Talkies), III, 29-30. 
‘‘Pop’s Diner’’ (The Talkies), VII, 26-27. 
‘‘The Wimp from Outer Space’’ (The 
Talkies), IX, 26-27. “‘Big Man On 
Campus”’ (The Talkies), X, 20-22. 

‘BECKER, BRENDA L. Review of Le- 

bowitz’s Social Studies. V, 37-38. 

Wolfe’s A Life in Two Centuries. Il, 
38-39. ‘‘Spooks and Scholars’’ (Specta- 
tor’s Journal), VII, 39-40. 

BERNS, WALTER. ‘‘A New Flock of 
Sheep’’ (The Public Policy), IX, 20-21. 
BETHELL, TOM. ‘‘Capitol Ideas’’ (reg- 
ular feature): ‘‘Good Writer Greider,’’ I, 
5-6. ‘‘Solidarity No More,’’ Il, 5-6. 
‘*Proletarian Evolution,’’ III, 5-6, 40. 
*‘Occasional Economics,”’ IV, 5-6, 39. “‘A 
Cross of Gold,’’ V, 4-5. ‘*Pulitzers from 


the USSR,"’ VI, 4-5. ‘‘Congress, Lobbied 
by Mountebanks,”’’ VII, 4-5. ‘‘Billy Bee,” 
Vill, 4-S. ‘‘The Once and Future Israel,” 
IX, 4-S. ‘‘The R**!*ty Principle,’’ X, 4-5. 
‘*A Question of Faith,’’ XI, 4-5. ‘‘Mission 
to America,’’ XII, 5-6, 53. ‘‘Taxing 
Interest Rates’’ (The Public Policy), I, 

BISHOP, JOSEPH W. JR. Review of 
White’s America in Search of Itself: The 
Making of the President 1956-1980. X, 

Time’’ (The Great American Saloon 
Series), VI, 32-33. 

CALINESCU, MATEI. Review of Hol- 
lander’s Political Pilgrims: Travels of 
Western Intellectuals to the Soviet Union, 
China, and Cuba. V1, 36-40. 

COHEN, ELIOT A. Review of Hamilton’s 
Monty: The Making of a General (1887- 
1942). Ill, 34-36. Review of Prange’s At 
Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of 
Pearl Harbor; Toland's Infamy: Pearl 
Harbor and Its Aftermath; and Lewin’s 
The American Magic: Ciphers, Codes 
and the Defeat of Japan. Vill, 36-38. 
CRANSTON, MAURICE. Review of Let- 
win’s The Gentleman in Trollope: Indi- 
viduality and Moral Conduct. VII, 34-36. 
‘‘Whatever Happened to Liberalism?"’ 
XII, 11-16. 

CRUTCHER, ANNE. ‘‘Reaganism Meets 
the Third World’’ (Spectator’s Journal), 
1, 24-26. Review of Friedan’s The Second 
Stage. Il, 30-32. Review of Ginzburg’s 
Within the Whirlwind. Ill, 38-39. Review 

the news media described the North 
Vietnamese and the National Liberation 
Front as ‘‘the enemy,”’ as if they were the 
enemy of the news media... . The end 
of the war was typically headlined as *‘the 
fall of South Vietnam,’’ with scarcely a 
recognition that, by other values, it could 
also be considered a liberation, or, 
neutrally, a change in governments. 
[January/February 1979] 

Rolling Stone 

The inimitable Mr. David Felton 
notifies his ardent readers of yet 
another learning experience available 
to all post-Kafka intellectuels: 

I wanted a bunny suit. | just felt like it. 
Naturally most of the shops were clean 
out of bunnies, it being the day before 
Easter, but finally one guy told me he 
might have one my size if I rushed right 
down. Which I did. And he did—a white 
woolly one with floppy pink ears and a 
dumb round tail. And I wore it right out of 
the store, got in the car, drove down 
Hollywood Boulevard . . . and this amaz- 
ing thing happened. People began star- 
ing at me, and instead of feeling 
embarrassed, I felt . . . [don’t know... 
strengthened, more confident, healthier. 

[December I, 1977] 

of Mitchell's The Essential Earthman. IV, 

Trivialization of Friedrich Nietzsche,"’ a 
review essay of Allison's The New 
Nietzsche: Contemporary Styles of Inter- 
pretation. V, 7-13. Review of Shorris’s 
Jews Without Mercy; A Lament. VIII, 
33-34. ‘*Back to Nature’’ (Sex), XII, 

DECTER, MIDGE. ‘‘Whatever Hap- 
pened to America?’’ XII, 8-11. 
Lear's No Place of Grace: Antimodernism 
and the Transformation of American 
Culture, 1880-1920. V1, 40. 

D’SOUZA, DINESH. ‘‘A Conservative 
Paper Chase’’ (The Campus), X, 26-28. 

EASTLAND, TERRY. ‘‘Affirmative 
Voting Rights” (The Public Policy), IV, 

FAIRBANK, JOHN K. ‘‘Duck Soup,’’ 
with a reply from Miriam and Ivan D. 
London, XI, 18-19. 

FLEW, ANTONY. Review of Sowell’s 
Ethnic America: A History; Markets and 
Minorities; and Pink and Brown People, 
and Other Controversial Essays. V, 

GILDER, GEORGE. ‘‘Capitalism is for 
Givers,’’ II, 7-13. Reply to van den 
Haag’s ‘‘Gildering the Lilv’’ (The Na- 
tion’s Pulse), V, 23. 


GOLD, VIC. Review of Schell’s The Fate 
of the Earth. Vil, 36-37. 

GRANT, James. ‘‘Who’s Minding the 
Mint?’’ (Finance), XII, 40-42. 

GREER, HERB. Review of Foot’s Debts 
of Honour. 1, 33-35. Review of Gerhardie, 
Holroyd, and Skidelsky’s God's Fifth 
Column. V. 32-34. Review of Osborne’s 
A Better Class of Person: An Auto- 
biography. IX, 31-32. 

HART, JEFFREY. Review of Buckley’s 
Marco Polo, If You Can. IV, 37-38. 
Review of Simpson’s Poets in Their 
Youth: A Memoir. IX, 32-33. 

HERZOG, DON. ‘‘Robert Nozick, the 
Congenial Philosopher,’’ a review essay 
of Nozick’s Philosophical Explanations. 
1, 11-14. ‘‘The Forlorn Dreamer of 
Prague,’’ a review essay of Hayman’s 
Kafka: A Biography. VIl, 17-19. 
HOLLAND, MAURICE J. ‘‘The Legacy of 
Constitutionalism: The Lochner Era Re- 
considered,’’ a review essay of Siegan’s 
Economic Liberties and the Constitution. 
I, 14-19. 

HOOK, SIDNEY. ‘‘Lukacs Hooked’’ 
(Special Correspondence), II, 41-44. 

Counterfeit Peacemakers: Atomic 
Freeze,’” VI, 8-17. 

JAMIESON, T. JOHN. Review of 
Mayer’s The Persistence of the Old 
Regime: Europe to the Great War. I, 
36-38. ‘‘America’s Royalist Under- 
ground”’ (The Nation’s Pulse), VII, 27-29. 
Review of Kirk’s The Portable Conserva- 
tive Reader. VIII, 38-40. Review of 
Panichas’s Irving Babbitt: Representa- 
tive Writings. XI, 29-32. 

KAGAN, ROBERT W. “‘A Relic of the 
New Age: The National Education As- 
sociation,’’ II, 14-18. 

KAPLAN, H.J. ‘‘Kissinger Il: Henry 
Kissinger and Years of Upheaval,’’ a 
review essay of Kissinger’s Years of 
Upheaval. IX, 11-15. 

KAPLAN, HOWARD. Review of Nai- 
paul’s Journey to Nowhere: A New World 
Tragedy. 1, 38-40. 

KAPLAN, ROGER. ‘‘Israel, Lebanon, 
and the United States,”’ IX, 8-9. 
KARATNYCKY, ADRIAN. ‘‘Solidarity in 
Exile: An Interview with Jerzy Milewski,” 
IV, 12-14. ‘‘The K.G.B. Hetman’’ (Em- 
inentoes), VIII, 26-28. Review of Ascher- 
son’s The Polish August and Weschler’s 
Solidarity: Poland in the Season of its 
Passion. XI, 28-29. 

KENNER, HUGH. ‘‘Reflections in a Sili- 
con Eye,’’ a review essay of Hofstadter 
and Dennett’s The Mind's I (The Nation’s 
Pulse), III, 26-28. 

LAWLER, PHILIP F. Review of Simon’s 
The Ultimate Resource. IV, 35-37. Re- 
view of Levy’s Treason Against God: A 
History of the Offense of Blasphemy. IX, 
39. ‘Michael Novak’s Commercial Re- 
public,” a review essay of Novak’s The 
Spirit of Democratic Capitalism. X, 10-13. 
LEITER, ROBERT. Review of Carl and 
Ellendea Proffer’s Contemporary Russian 
Prose. XI, 33-34. 

LEKACHMAN, ROBERT. ‘‘Riposte from 
the Left,’’ XII, 16-19. 

LEVIN, MICHAEL. Review of Pines’s 
Back to Basics: The Traditionalist Move- 
ment that is sweeping Grass-Roots 
America. X1, 26-28. 



Thugs and Susan Sontag’’ (Among the 
Intellectualoids), VI, 30-32. 

king Duck,”’ a review essay of Fairbank’s 
Chinabound: A Fifty-Year Memoir (Em- 
inentoes), VII, 23-25. A reply to John K. 
Fairbank’s ‘“‘Duck Soup,”’ XI, 18-19. 
LUKACS, JOHN. ‘‘Galbraith Unhooked”’ 
(Special Correspondence), II, 29, 40-41. 
LYNN, KENNETH S. Review of Wills’s 
The Kennedy Imprisonment: A Medita- 
tion On Power. VI, 34-35. ‘‘After the 
Debauch’’ (Academia), XII, 45. 

McGURN, WILLIAM. ‘‘Semper Fidelis’’ 
(The Nation’s Pulse), XI, 23-24. 
MERKIN, DAPHNE. Review of Alpert’s 
Growing Up Underground. V, 34-36. 
METHVIN, EUGENE H. Review of Bell’s 
Taking Care of the Law. IX, 35-37. 
MEYERSON, ADAM. ‘‘Among the In- 
frallectuals’’ (Intelligentsia), XII, 37-38. 
MILLER, STEPHEN. Review of Bellow’s 
The Dean's December. IV, 33-35. Review 
of Shils’s Tradition. VII, 33-34. Review of 
Maital’s Minds, Markets and Money: 
Psychological Foundations of Economic 
Behavior. X1, 32-33. 

MUGGERIDGE, JOHN. ‘‘Hot to Trot, So 
What?’’ (Among the Intellectualoids), a 
review essay of Cheever’s A Handsome 
Man, Gray’s World Without End, Grum- 
bach’s The Missing Person, and Spark’s 
Loitering With Intent. 1, 26-29. 
MYSAK, JOE. ‘‘The Saloons of Wall 
Street’’ (The Great American Saloon 
Series), IX, 24-25. Review of Smith’s To 
Absent Friends from Red Smith and 
Anderson’s The Red Smith Reader. XI, 

NICOL, CHARLES. Review of Nabokov’s 
Lectures on Russian Literature. Il, 32-34. 
NISBET, ROBERT. ‘‘Death,’’ X, 8-9. 
‘‘The Decline and Fall of the Sports 
Empire’’ (Professional Sports), XII, 

NOLLSON, JOHN. ‘*Aix-en-Peking,’’ II, 

NOLTE, WILLIAM H. Review of Bright- 
Holmes’s Like It Was: The Diaries of 
Malcolm Muggeridge. VI, 42-43. ‘‘Eve- 
nings With the Bridge Family,’’ VIII, 
12-15. Review of Bruccoli’s Some Sort of 
Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott 
Fitzgerald. XI, 36. 

Buckley’s Steaming to Bamboola. VII, 
32-33. ‘‘Seasick’’ (Among the Intel- 
lectualoids), XI, 21. 

NOVAK, MICHAEL. ‘‘The Danger of 
Egalityranny,’’ VIII, 8-12. 

NOVAK, ROBERT D. ‘‘A Central Amer- 
ican Journal,’’ X, 14-17. 
World Confronts the Reagan Era,’’ III, 

O’LESSKER, KARL. ‘‘The Most Happy 
Fella,’’ review essay of Persico’s The 
Imperial Rockefeller (Eminentoes), X, 
22-23. ‘‘The Party’s Over’’ (Politics), XII, 

house’s World of Bliss,’’ a review essay 
of Green’s P.G. Wodehouse: A Literary 
Biography. XI, 12-15. 

PETERSON, JOHN S. ‘‘The Nation's 
Flapjaw’’ (Among the Intellectualoids), 
Il, 26-29. ‘*Birdbrains in the Park,’’ IX, 
16-17. Review of Raban’s Old Glory: An 
American Voyage. X, 32-34. 

Separate Peace’’ (European Document), 

VII, 24-26. ‘‘The Continuing Crisis’’ 
(regular feature): IX, 7. X, 7. 
PODHORETZ, JOHN. ‘‘Archdiocesan 
Blues’ (The Talkies), II, 21. ‘‘Landscape 
Fiction,’’ a review essay of Gardner’s 
Mickelsson’s Ghosts. X, 17-18. 
PUDDINGTON, ARCH. ‘‘Labor Between 
Left and Right”’ (Special Correspondence), 
II, 44-45. “The Polish Example,” IV, 8-12. 
“‘The Union Label’’ (Labor), XII, 38-40. 

Veterans in the New Age,’’ I, 19-21. 
Review of Shepherd’s A Fistful of Fig 
Newtons. V, 36-37. ‘*Admiral Antinuke,”’ 
a review essay oi Polmar and Allen’s 
Rickover: Controversy And Genius (Emi- 
nentoes), IX, 21-24. 

REYNOLDS, ALAN. ‘‘The Matter with 
Reaganomics,’’ III, 17-19. - 

RODMAN, PETER W. ‘‘The Dilemmas 
of Conservatism I,’’ III, 7-12. ‘‘Norman 
Podhoretz and the Vietnam War,’’ a 
review essay of Podhoretz’s Why We 
Were in Vietnam. VII, 8-12. ‘‘The Road to 
Anthony Lewis’’ (Media), XII, 30, 32. 
ROSENFELD, ALVIN H. ‘‘Open Secrets 
of the Holocaust,’’ a review essay of 
Laqueur’s The Terrible Secret; Gilbert’s 
Auschwitz and the Allies; Marrus and 
Paxton’s Vichy France and the Jews; and 
Pryce-Jones’s Paris in the Third Reich. 
VI, 18-22. 

ROSS, MITCHELL S. Review of Rusher’s 
How to Win Arguments and Cohn’s How 
to Stand Up For Your Rights—and Win! 
II, 34. Review of Boller’s Presidential 
Anecdotes and Hall’s Book of American 
Literary Anecdotes. Ill, 39. ‘‘Allah and 
Man at Columbia,”’ V, 13-16. Review of 
Vidal’s The Second American Revolution. 
VI, 40-41. Review of Goldman’s Elvis. 
VII, 36. 

Over Laos,’’ I, 7-10. ‘‘Soviet Rain,’’ XI, 

RUSTAM. Review of Stempel’s Inside 
the Iranian Revolution and Sullivan’s 
Mission To Iran. Vil, 34-36. 

SEABURY, PAUL. Review of Reeves’s 
The Life and Times of Joe McCarthy. 
VIII, 30-33. 

SIMON, JULIAN L. ‘‘The Farmer and the 
Mall: Are American Farmiands Dis- 
appearing?’’ VIII, 18-20, 40-41. 

SISK, JOHN P. ‘‘All for Love: Europe in 
the Springtime,’’ VI, 22-26. Review of 
Mano’s Take Five. X, 31-32. 

SOWELL, THOMAS. ‘‘Media Smears: 
One Man’s Experiences,”’ V, 17-20. 
STAMP, GAVIN. Review of Wolfe’s 
From Bauhaus to Our House. IV, 32-33. 
STARK, ANDY. ‘‘Caffeine in the Amer- 
ican Bloodstream: The Politics of Dis- 
harmony,’’ a review essay of Hunting- 
ton’s American Politics: The Politics of 
Disharmony. Vil, 12-16. 

STARR, ROGER. Review of Auletta’s 
The Underclass. 1X, 28-31. 

STEIN, BEN. ‘‘Second Wife City,’’ XI, 

STEIN, KENNETH. Review of Becker’s 
A Treatise on the Family. Il, 34-36. 
Review of Gould’s The Mismeasure of 
Man. IX, 37-38. 

ENCE (Spectator’s Journal), IV, 40-41. 
SYMPOSIUM. ‘‘Where Do We Go From 
Here?’’ Contributors: Robert Asahina, 
Aram Bakshian, Jr., Fred Barnes, Mar- 
tha Bayles, A. Lawrence Chickering, 
Terry Eastland, Erich Eichman, Charles 
Horner, Roger Kaplan, William Kristol, 
Mark Lilla, Wladyslaw Pleszczynski, 
Andy Stark, and Taki. 


TAKI. ‘‘American Women Make Lousy 
Lovers,’’ VIII, 15-18. 

TEACHOUT, TERRY. Review of Mac- 
Shane’s Selected Letters of Raymond 
Chandler. 1, 35-36. Review of Carpenter’s 
W.H. Auden: A Biography. Il, 36-37. 
Review of Langguth’s Saki: A Life of 
Hector Hugh Munro. V, 38-39. Review of 
Howe's The Portable Kipling. X, 36-37. 
TORTORA, ANTHONY. ‘‘The Argot of 
the Washington Swindle’’ (The Public 
Pc ‘icy), Ii, 22-24. 

TURNER, JOHN R. Review of Bettelheim 
and Zelan’s On Learning to Read: The 
Cniid’s Fascination with Meaning. IX, 

Continuing Crisis’’ (regular feature): I, 2. 
Il, 2. IH, 2, 40-41. IV, 7. V, 2. VI, 7. VI, 7. 
Vill, 7. XI, 7. XII, 7. ‘‘Editorial’’ (regular 
feature): ‘‘Swedish Dreams of Empire,” 
I, 4-5. “‘The Worst Book of the Year,”’ Il, 
4-5. ‘‘We Dedicate This Hole,’’ Ill, 4. 
‘Johnny Eros,’’ Ill, 4-5. ‘*. . . And the 
U.N. out of the U.S.,’’ IV, 4. ‘‘Senator 
Williams Fights Back,’’ IV, 5, 39. ‘‘With 
the Senator from Newsweek,’’ V, 5-6. 
“‘Afterthought,’’ V, 6. ‘‘Toward Opposi- 
tion?’’ VI, 5-6. ‘‘A Death in a Hospital,’’ 
VI, 6, 45: ‘‘One Fat Thespian,’’ VII, 5-6. 
“*Seabed Socialism,’’ VII, 6, 41. ‘‘Stock- 
piling for Peace,’’ VIII, 5-6. ‘‘What’s the 
Fuss?’’ VIII, 6, 40. ‘‘GOP Saps,’’ IX, 5-6. 
‘*Advice to My Friends,’’ IX, 6, 39-40. 
‘*The Plot to Destroy Dan Rather and 
Me,”’ X, 5-6. ‘‘Facing Our Enemies,’’ X, 
6, 41. ‘‘CBS Beholds the Noose,”’ XI, 5-6. 
‘The Calling,’’ XI, 6, 37. ‘‘The Voice 
Grows Louder,”’ XII, 4-5. ‘‘Third World 
Derangements,”’ IX, 9-11. 

VAN DEN.HAAG, ERNEST. ‘‘Gildering 
the Lily’’ (The Nation’s Pulse), V, 21-23. 
South Africa: A Diary,’’ IV, 14-19. 

Nation of Immigrants’’ (Spectator’s 
Journal), II, 39. ‘‘Population Lost’’ 
(Spectator’s Journal), Il, 30-31. ‘‘Patri- 
otic Materialism’’ (The Real World), IV, 
27. ‘‘Junk Mail Democracy’’ (The Real 
World), XI, 24-25. 

WELCH, COLIN. ‘‘Charter Victims of 
Communism’’ (European Document), IV, 

Freeman’s The Wayward Welfare State 
and Aharoni’s The No-Risk Society. X, 

WILLIAMS, WALTER E. ‘‘A Recipe for 
the Good Society,’’ VII, 20-22. 

WILSON, ELLEN. Review of Naipaul’s 
Among the Believers: An Islamic Jour- 
ney. Ill, 32-34. ‘‘Claptrap Christians’’ 
(Religion), XII, 35-37. 

WILSON, JAMES Q. ‘‘The Dilemmas of 
Conservatism II,”’ Ill, 13-16. 
WINTHROP, DELBA. ‘‘The Voluntary 
Spirit of Tocqueville’s America,’’ II, 

WOLFE, TOM. Review of Bernard and 
Taki’s High Life/Low Life. Vil, 30-31. 
Minds’’ (Among the Intellectualoids), V, 

YODER, EDWIN M. JR. Review of 
McCullough’s Mornings on Horseback. 
III, 36-38. Review of Murphy’s The 
Brandeis/Frankfurter Connection: The 
Secret Political Activities of Two Supreme 
Court Justices. V1, 35-36. Review of 
Crankshaw’s Bismarck. X, 37-38. 
YOUNG, STEPHEN B. ‘‘Good Govern- 
ment in Hanoi,’’ IV, 20-24.