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…

Reviews

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

Voices

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

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