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Articles from The Wilson Quarterly (March 22, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A better form of bail. Murray, Timothy J. Letter to the editor 295
A higher capitalism. 428
A life set to music. Hoffman, Miles Book review 774
A revisionist's history. Garrow, David J. Book review 1857
A tale of two literary cultures. 473
Alice pre-Wonderland. Brief article 112
America's losers. Isenberg, Nancy Book review 1766
Asia's religious renaissance. 450
Ayn enthused: better angels. Bates, Stephen Brief article 185
Bad educations. Wildavsky, Ben Book review 772
Bewildered in the Balkans. Krastev, Ivan; Mylonas, Harris Letter to the editor 371
China's foodies. Yiwu, Liao Quotation 107
China's inner struggle. 468
Classical education in America: the study of ancient Greek and Latin long ago vanished from most American classrooms, and with it has gone a special understanding of the values and virtues prized by Western civilization. Howe, Daniel Walker Essay 3133
Control yourself: early uh-ohs. Bates, Stephen 365
Crazy for Caravaggio. 418
Crime stoppers. Blumstein, Alfred; Zimring, Franklin Letter to the editor 681
Deflating the prison bubble. Rosenzweig, Paul; Hartman, Kenneth E.; Rideau, Wilbert Letter to the editor 922
Defying the democracy cure. Brief article 314
Dense, denser, densest: Americans like their cities spacious. Will concerns about costs and the environment push them to rein in sprawl? Rybczynski, Witold 2119
DFW 101. 477
Diversity dismantled. 412
Do you want to live forever? Tenner, Edward Book review 766
End times? Mead, Walter Russell Brief article 192
Financial giants. Brief article 158
Friends who pray together ... 381
Grand strategy revisited. 429
Houses on the Hill: family matters. Bates, Stephen Brief article 261
How to save the euro. 461
India's vanishing officers. Brief article 304
Indonesia's troubles. Laksmana, Evan A. Letter to the editor 303
Jump-starting nuclear history. 390
Learning from Al Qaeda. 476
Locked-in expectations: still happy. Bates, Stephen Brief article 225
Long live the industrial city: today's successful cities are often regarded strictly as idea labs where creative types gather. But as New York City's garment district illustrates, manufacturing is vital to the innovation that cities foster. Vanderbilt, Tom 4016
New to the neighborhood: how can be called an urban pioneer when move to an inner-city neighborhood where families have lived for generations? Courteau, Sarah L. 4071
Null effect. 389
Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! 479
Port of memories. Snyder, Timothy Book review 1864
Race to the bottom. Maulik, Sunil Letter to the editor 234
Reasoning against reason. Bhalla, Jag Book review 751
Security at what price? Mueller, John Book review 927
Seminal unfairness? Making the victim pay. Bates, Stephen Brief article 155
So goes the nation. Sokol, Jason Book review 815
Stores and the city: many cities launched revival efforts with downtown festival marketplaces such as Boston's Faneuil Hall. Can retailers work the same magic in less affluent neighborhoods? Zipper, David 2885
The city resilient. Lagerfeld, Steven Column 352
The elusive conservative majority. 427
The enduring King James. 526
The inequality engine. 538
The life and times of Socrates. Naiden, F.S. Book review 722
The math beneath. 357
The revolution that wasn't. 477
The school lunch wars: sixty-five years ago, the federal school lunch program was created to make American schoolchildren healthier. Today, it helping to make them fatter. Will a new law change the diets of millions of kids raised on French fries and chicken nuggets? Hinman, Kristen 3157
To get rich is glorious. Walker, Martin Book review 857
Tree hugging. Lovejoy, Thomas; Buscaino, Mark Letter to the editor 327
Try, try again. Chabon, Michael Quotation 162
Tweeting toward freedom? A survey of recent articles. 1373
Typical type. Sklaroff, Sara Book review 676
Unforgettable? Search censors. Bates, Stephen 408
Value-added classrooms: learn more, earn more. Bates, Stephen 521
Wasted youth. Brief article 298
What is Hugo Chavez up to? Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has set alarms ringing with his efforts to create a global anti-American coalition. But in Caracas, critics say their bombastic president is giving away the country's wealth and getting snookered by his newfound friends. Kucera, Joshua 4359
What war is good for. 517
Where are the female politicians? 482
Who are you? Anthes, Emily Book review 759
Who's dying in Canada. Brief article 270
Woodrow Wilson center welcomes new president. 527
Words at play. Kipnis, Laura Book review 803
Work hard, play harder. 467

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