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The American Spectator Archives
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  • The American Spectator
    Total Archives: 35 Years, 347 Issues, 7,965 Articles, 21,115pp
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    Decade 1970s
    1. The American Spectator,
      May-June 1970 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
      From Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation to Abbie Hoffman and OUR Generation
      Something has changed
    2. The American Spectator,
      November 1970 Issue, 18 Articles, 24pp
      Tyrrell on Agnew and all those idealists
    3. The American Spectator,
      December 1970 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
      Avey on Brando, Mailer and Liberalism
    4. The American Spectator,
      January 1971 Issue, 21 Articles, 24pp
      New York in the Grip of Terror
      The Journey with Senator Jim Buckley
    5. The American Spectator,
      February 1971 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
      Lincoln's the One
    6. The American Spectator,
      April 1971 Issue, 21 Articles, 24pp
      Two Views of the Peanut Butter World of Charles Reich
    7. The American Spectator,
      May 1971 Issue, 23 Articles, 32pp
      Smokin Ernest Hemingway vs. The Poet
    8. The American Spectator,
      October 1971 Issue, 18 Articles, 24pp
      Psst---Hey Meester---Want some Feelthy Documents?
      Coyne on Dr. Ellsberg The Public Penitent
    9. The American Spectator,
      November 1971 Issue, 15 Articles, 28pp
      Tyrrell on Highfalutin Charlatans
    10. The American Spectator,
      December 1971 Issue, 20 Articles, 24pp
      The Rise of Buckley and the Right
    11. The American Spectator,
      January 1972 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
      The Candidacy of Sen. Jackson
      Give 'Em Hell, Henry
    12. The American Spectator,
      February 1972 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
      An Egghead's Apology by Roger Rosenblatt
    13. The American Spectator,
      March 1972 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
      Which Way Progress?
      A Symposium: Socialism vs. Capitalism
    14. The American Spectator,
      April 1972 Issue, 18 Articles, 24pp
      Pettiness: the Rationale for Lindsay
    15. The American Spectator,
      May 1972 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
      Notes on Social Declension by Jeffrey M. Nelson
    16. The American Spectator,
      June 1972 Issue, 19 Articles, 28pp
      A New York Intellectual Emerges from the Literary Jungle
    17. The American Spectator,
      October 1972 Issue, 17 Articles, 28pp
      The Clod Populist's New Math
    18. The American Spectator,
      November 1972 Issue, 18 Articles, 28pp
      Politics as a Side Show
      Surveying TV News Coverage
    19. The American Spectator,
      December 1972 Issue, 18 Articles, 28pp
      What Is To Be Done? by Bell, Reynolds, Schneider, Taggert
      An Agenda for the Second Administration
    20. The American Spectator,
      January 1973 Issue, 20 Articles, 28pp
      Which Way Bloweth the Wind?
      Philip Abbott Luce on Dylan
    21. The American Spectator,
      February 1973 Issue, 18 Articles, 28pp
      A Quiet Moment with Averell Harriman
    22. The American Spectator,
      March 1973 Issue, 17 Articles, 32pp
      Quotas: Democratic Tribalism Comes To America by Howe, Seabury, Swan, Tyrrell, and Will
    23. The American Spectator,
      April 1973 Issue, 17 Articles, 32pp
      Harry S. Truman
      Examining the Foreign Policy of Apple Pie
    24. The American Spectator,
      May 1973 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
      Starting a Cold War
      Notes on a Peculiar Conflict
    25. The American Spectator,
      June 1973 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
      The Politics of a Guaranteed Income?
    26. The American Spectator,
      October 1973 Issue, 23 Articles, 32pp
      The Spectacle of Watergate
      The Great Nixon as the Great Gatsby
    27. The American Spectator,
      November 1973 Issue, 26 Articles, 32pp
      Taft after Twenty Years
      Reflections on America
    28. The American Spectator,
      December 1973 Issue, 18 Articles, 28pp
      Welfare: Cutting the Fat in California
    29. The American Spectator,
      January 1974 Issue, 23 Articles, 32pp
      Mark Twain: The Scrooge Phase
    30. The American Spectator,
      February 1974 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
      F. Scott Fitzgerald's Ten-Year Party
    31. The American Spectator,
      March 1974 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
      Kissinger by William Kristol
    32. The American Spectator,
      April 1974 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
      Solzhenitsyn and the Soviet Dissenters by Maurice Friedberg
    33. The American Spectator,
      May 1974 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
      Diabolizing John Foster Dulles by Thomas H. Etzold
    34. The American Spectator,
      June 1974 Issue, 23 Articles, 36pp
      John Kenneth Galbraith, Inc. by Harold Demsetz
    35. The American Spectator,
      October 1974 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
      Our Great Leaders by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    36. The American Spectator,
      November 1974 Issue, 22 Articles, 36pp
      Banfield Returns by Christopher De Muth
    37. The American Spectator,
      December 1974 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
      Winston S. Churchill, 1874-1974
      Anniversary Issue
    38. The American Spectator,
      January 1975 Issue, 23 Articles, 32pp
      The American Indian as Victim by Bernard W. Sheehan
    39. The American Spectator,
      February 1975 Issue, 21 Articles, 36pp
      Buckley at the Boneyard
    40. The American Spectator,
      March 1975 Issue, 20 Articles, 36pp
      Malcolm Muggeridge
      Two Views
    41. The American Spectator,
      April 1975 Issue, 20 Articles, 36pp
      Alexander M. Bickel by Robert H. Bork
    42. The American Spectator,
      May 1975 Issue, 19 Articles, 36pp
      Two Appreciations of Friedrich A. Hayek by James Grant and Ralph Raico
    43. The American Spectator,
      June 1975 Issue, 20 Articles, 36pp
      The Amazing Grace of C.S. Lewis by Terry Eastland
    44. The American Spectator,
      August 1975 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      George S. Kaufman and Friends by Christopher Buckley
    45. The American Spectator,
      October 1975 Issue, 20 Articles, 40pp
      Fifteen Rounds to a Zeigeist by Vic Gold
    46. The American Spectator,
      November 1975 Issue, 25 Articles, 40pp
      Sally Quinn, Potomac Eminento by Philip Terzian
    47. The American Spectator,
      December 1975 Issue, 23 Articles, 40pp
      Ralph Nader, Amok Raker by David Stanford
    48. The American Spectator,
      January 1976 Issue, 20 Articles, 40pp
      Legends of American Capitalism by Milton Friedman
    49. The American Spectator,
      February 1976 Issue, 23 Articles, 40pp
      Happy Hour at the United Nations
      The Importance of Moynihan
    50. The American Spectator,
      March 1976 Issue, 23 Articles, 40pp
      A Celebration of Adam Smith by Adam Meyerson
    51. The American Spectator,
      April 1976 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      The Abuse of Richard Nixon by Nick Thimmesch
    52. The American Spectator,
      May 1976 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      Richard Strauss, A Classic of Our Time by Henry Regnery
    53. The American Spectator,
      June 1976 Issue, 21 Articles, 40pp
      The Master of Malarkey by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    54. The American Spectator,
      August 1976 Issue, 21 Articles, 40pp
      H.L. Mencken and George J. Nathan by Robert McHugh and William H. Nolte
    55. The American Spectator,
      October 1976 Issue, 23 Articles, 44pp
      Howl! by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
      Bella Abzug and her politics of Hate
    56. The American Spectator,
      November 1976 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      Jimmy Carter
      The Wonderboy at Midpassage
    57. The American Spectator,
      December 1976 Issue, 18 Articles, 40pp
      Why Chicago is Not Calcutta
      Roger Starr elucidates the Daley touch
    58. The American Spectator,
      January 1977 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      The Poet and the Pirate by Hugh Kenner
      Ezra Pound and his latest biographer
    59. The American Spectator,
      February 1977 Issue, 25 Articles, 40pp
      John Dean by Philip Terzian
      Tales of a Chameleon
    60. The American Spectator,
      March 1977 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      Andre Malraux, 1901-1976 by Roger Kaplan
      A Fraternal Tribute
    61. The American Spectator,
      April 1977 Issue, 22 Articles, 40pp
      The Cincinnati Monkey Trial
      R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. on Larry Flynt
    62. The American Spectator,
      May 1977 Issue, 20 Articles, 40pp
      An Innocent Ensnared
      John Chamberlain on Charles Lindbergh
    63. The American Spectator,
      June 1977 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      A Testimonial on John Kenneth Galbraith by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    64. The American Spectator,
      August 1977 Issue, 24 Articles, 44pp
      Gala Summer Dictators Issue
    65. The American Spectator,
      October 1977 Issue, 20 Articles, 44pp
      Sir Walter by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
      Biography of a Public Nuisance
    66. The American Spectator,
      November 1977 Issue, 20 Articles, 48pp
      Our Tenth Anniversary
      Remembering the Grandeur
    67. The American Spectator,
      December 1977 Issue, 39 Articles, 44pp
      Andrew Young
      The Black Man's Burden
    68. The American Spectator,
      January 1978 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
      Sigmund Freud by Joseph Adelson
      Erratic Genius
    69. The American Spectator,
      February 1978 Issue, 23 Articles, 44pp
      Under the Condor by Whit Stillman
      Part Two
    70. The American Spectator,
      March 1978 Issue, 18 Articles, 40pp
      Wm. Sloane Coffin Remembers by Joseph W. Bishop, Jr.
    71. The American Spectator,
      April 1978 Issue, 18 Articles, 44pp
      Classical Gore by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    72. The American Spectator,
      May 1978 Issue, 18 Articles, 40pp
      Warsaw, 1926 by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    73. The American Spectator,
      June 1978 Issue, 21 Articles, 44pp
      Richard Milhous Nixon
      The Serenade in B-Flat
    74. The American Spectator,
      August 1978 Issue, 19 Articles, 42pp
      Leonid, We Hardly Knew Ye by J.D. Lofton
    75. The American Spectator,
      October 1978 Issue, 18 Articles, 44pp
      The Flight of Kissinger by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    76. The American Spectator,
      November 1978 Issue, 18 Articles, 44pp
      Homage to Carter by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    77. The American Spectator,
      December 1978 Issue, 31 Articles, 48pp
      The Hon. Teddy and the Camelot Buncombe