SEPTEMBER 1999 | Volume 284 No. 3|
Wall Street experts warn that stocks in today's market are greatly overvalued
and that investors are caught up in an "insane euphoria." Those experts are
wrong, the authors say. They present a theory that explains the spectacular
rise in stock prices over the past two decades. And, the authors contend,
stocks are in the midst of a rise to even higher ground.
by James K. Glassman and Kevin A. Hassett
Lincoln's Greatest Speech?
It contains only 703 words, but Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address
performed an extraordinary political function -- reconciling America to the
by Garry Wills
Web-Only: Rhetoric of Freedom
Atlantic articles by Emerson and Frederick Douglass comment on Lincoln's greatest decision, and his greatest legacy.
Schooling the Imagination
Waldorf schools, which combine a multisensory approach to learning with a
strong emphasis on ethics, may be the world's "best-kept education secret."
by Todd Oppenheimer