april 1993

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  • Low-Class Conclusions

    A widely reported new study claiming that all classes shared the burden of the Vietnam War is preposterous

  • Paul Vathis / AP

    Dan Quayle Was Right

    The social-science evidence is in: though it may benefit the adults involved, the dissolution of intact two-parent families is harmful to large numbers of children. Moreover, the author argues, family diversity in the form of increasing numbers of single-parent and stepparent families does not strengthen the social fabric but, rather, dramatically weakens and undermines society

  • The First Postmodern Presidency

    The office Bill Clinton has assumed is smaller than it has ever before been in the modern era.

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