Table of Contents

Cover Story

Fighting the fever

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | The symptoms are unmistakable: Swollen ego, delusions of grandeur, loss of good judgment. The illness: Potomac fever, that dread disease of believing…

In this issue: "Fighting Potomac fever," Feb. 27, 1999

Features

To trade or not to trade?

International | Since the end of the Cold War, a split has developed within the political right in the United States over this country's decades-old trade embargo against…

Miracle migration

International | Persistent Virginia Christians, a generous doctor, and government officials team up to help a sick Cuban baby

Walking the talk?

By The Editors

National | The Jewish Jordan, an award-winning embarrassment, second chances, and a case study in human nature

Though the heavens fall

By J. Budziszewski

National | Lessons for modern life from the U.S. Senate

The death of the party

By Cal Thomas

National | "Moderate" Republicans point the way to defeat

Dispatches

Serious laughter

By Chris Stamper

A deserving Oscar nominee, a romantic movie, and a new book that proves the power of a kook

Quotables

Once they were here, I couldn't shoot them. Cable News Network founder Ted Turner, who advocates an international "one-child" policy, explaining that he…

News & Reviews

By The Editors

Clinton walks Ankle bracelets & political fashion In the same month that the Senate voted not to remove Bill Clinton for lying under oath about sex, a…

Columnists

Struggling in Tokyo

Marital woes in Nashville echo around the world

De-meaning words

By Joel Belz

That's the ultimate cost of the Senate's failure

Mailbag

Oprah-corrected Reading the review of Oprah Winfrey's new book, Oprah Winfrey Speaks, made me downright irate ("Oprahfication," Jan. 30). In true Stamper-like…

Shenandoah

By Marvin Olasky

One last look before impeachment fades into history

Culture

Dark in the Dungeon

Culture | A quarter century of role-playing games

Not suitable for TV

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Two studies help make the point that sex is better in marriage than on the television screen

Music: CCM at the crossroads

By Beth Impson

Music | Charlie Peacock tells the truth in love to the contemporary Christian music scene

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