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IN THIS ISSUE

Notes on Contributors

EDITORIAL COMMENT

The Second Cold War : Reflections on the Assassination of U.S. Journalist Daniel Pearl

Patrick Buchanan: "The Death of the West"

 

ARTICLES

Instead of What?
Henry Hazlitt

Identifying the Enemy
Professor Geoffrey Partington

Some Important Myths about "Globalisation"
Martin Feil

World Narrowing: Notes on Britain's Culture War
Hal G.P. Colebatch

The Pitfalls of Anti-Terrorism
Brian Crozier

The Case for the Two-Parent Family (Part II)
Bill Muehlenberg

Should Chief Justice Black Resign?
Dr. I.C.F. Spry Q.C.

 

LEGAL NOTES

Mr. Daryl Williams: An Inadequate Attorney-General

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Here Today Gone Tomorrow
by John Nott

John Gorton: He Did it His Way
by Ian Hancock

The Unsleeping Eye: A Brief History of the Secret Police and their Victims
by Robert Stove

Brighter than the Baghdad Sun
by Shijam Bhatia and Daniel McGrory

National Observer No. 53 - Winter 2002