Thursday, May 10, 2007


New issue of City Journal

The Spring 2007 issue is up and ready--you won't be disappointed.
    Andrew Klavan’s witty “The Big White Lie,” was up for a preview earlier--but others are brand-new. Kay Hymowitz’s “The Incredible Shrinking Father,” --artificial insemination and its troubling effects on our culture and jurisprudence; Sol Stern, in “Save the Catholic Schools!,” outlines the dangers they face, adding a story about a remarkable one in Harlem; Stefan Kanfer’s account of journalist, humorist, businessman, and impresario Elbert Hubbard, and Theodore Dalrymple’s study of novelist Arthur Koestler; Adam Thierer’s “The Media Cornucopia,” which describes the Left’s various arguments for shutting down our burgeoning 21st-century TV, radio, and Internet universe; Peter Huber’s “Germs and the City,” which I've cited here before based on his WSJ article.

1 comment:

ChupieandJ'smama (Janeen) said...

You've given me a list of some good reads here. I'm very intrigued by the titles.