City Journal Summer 2005

City Journal has just published its summer number and posted the contents online. As usual, the new issue contains a wealth of riches. Heather Mac Donald anchors the issue with three brilliant essays, including “Harvard’s Diversity Grovel,” which I wrote about here last month in “The $50 million misunderstanding.” Is City Journal’s publisher — Manhattan Institute — worried that Heather may set up shop as a one-woman think tank? If not, it should be.
Perhaps the most important essay in the issue is Kay Hymovitz’s “The Black Family: 40 Years of Lies.” And the issue carries one essay by Howard Husock that I wish I’d written: “America’s Most Successful Communist.” Enjoy!

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