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The morning after : American successes and excesses, 1981-1986, George F. Will

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The morning after : American successes and excesses, 1981-1986
Title
The morning after
Title remainder
American successes and excesses, 1981-1986
Statement of responsibility
George F. Will
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of essays originally written for Newsweek magazine containing insights on the foreign affairs, home front skirmishes, and the heroes, villains, and goats of the Reagan years
Summary
Offers observations on the Reagan era, with insights into foreign policy and domestic affairs plus profiles of David Stockman, Lee Iacocca, Jesse Jackson, and Henry Kissinger
Writing style
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
187416
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973.927
Index
no index present
LC call number
E876
LC item number
.W55 1986
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/resourcePreferred
True
Target audience
adult
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American successes and excesses, 1981-1986
Label
The morning after : American successes and excesses, 1981-1986, George F. Will
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • 1. Broadening incidents: "The last virgin in America" ; Autopsy on the sixties ; The democracy of angling ; Bruuuuuce ; Realism creeps into academia ; Ah, idealism ; AIDS and the community ; Sex as tabasco sauce ; Herpes and full disclosure ; Norman Mailer, economist ; This crime wave wants you! ; "... and the home of the brave play ball." ; Let us now praise anger ; Washington's little miracles ; Well, I don't love you, E.T. ; Technology that cares ; Government as black hole ; The genius of Winchester, Kansas ; Looters in a queue ; The indignation industry ; Teenagers and birth control ; At first blush ; The shocking bourgeoisie ; Art and the conscientious janitor ; Miami wild"Ex-cel-lent!" ; Miss Manners's ignoble savages ; Light at the end of the day ; Baltimore sunrise ; Don't beep in my outfield ; Academic thought police ; Chicago's favorite sons ; Baseball : "We do this every day." ; Detroit's craftsman ; The rain forest in the lobby ; Neurobiology and us ; When homicide is noble ; The "Twinkie defense" ; Metaphysics in Pittsburgh ; Einstein revealed as brilliant youth ; "Chicago ain't ready for reform" ; "Eeeek! Heterosexism!" ; Baseball is a worrying thing ; Movies as child abuse ; The nobles use of cinema ; Literary voyeurism ; Summ Contra Super Bowl ; Sport and civility ; Exploring the racer's edge ; Intrusion by telephone ; Wilde in Leadville ; Making distinctions and moccasins ; Ike Ward, 1862-1982 ; 1981 : that depends ; 1982 : oh; well ... ; 1983 : Such, such were the joys ; 1984 : God help us, everyone! ; 1985 : a tolerably adequate year -- 2. Skirmishes on the home front: In defense of the mother tongue ; Academic license ; A doctrine of high priests ; The perils of urban planning ; A word for the wilderness ; Bearbaiting and boxing ; Violence as a communicable disease ; Ideology masquerading as medicine ; The value of punishment ; Punishment and "official straighteners" ; Beyond civil rights ; "Compassion" that dehumanizes ; First Amendment follies ; Abortion and fetal pain ; Abortion : the Court's intellectual scandal ; Noticing the difference between boys and girls ; The decline of liberalism : a case study ; Against prefabricated prayer ; Unconstitutional silence ; The ACLU and sobriety ; The ACLU's second thoughts on freedom ; Tactile government ; Phillip Becker : a boy ; "A trip toward death" ; Reagan's expansion of civil rights ; The short life and long dying of Infant Doe ; Reagan's two Carnegieisms ; Grading the President ; A need for simple arithmetic ; America the undertaxed ; The shocking of David Stockman ; Will's doctrine of double meaning ; The grandfathered society ; The economy of leadership ; The Senate : not suited for prime time ; The architecture of democracy ; Martin Luther, founding father ; Democracy's foot soldiers ; A devil of a town ; In defense of nonvoting ; Gary Hart : Jay Gatsby in politics ; The art of invective ; Jesse Jackson, political pilgrim ; Ronald Reagan's paradoxes ; A lovely disregard of logic ; Mondale : bullied and buried ; The great 49-state "non-mandate" ; Reagan's small Republican renaissance ; A Roman candle called Iaccoca ; Mario Cuomo takes batting practice ; Arf -- 3. The world so much with us: Defeat in Berlin ; "Victory" in Cuba ; Vietnam : choosing defeat ; Grenada and the price of power ; The perils of legalism ; Why arms control is harmful ; Nuclear morality ; Giving peace a bad name ; A license to lie ; Henry Kissinger's craft ; The un-American Jane Kirkpatrick ; Dissipating an asset ; A Third World kleptocracy ; The President tunes the atmosphere ; Mitterand kills socialism ; The last 19th-century war? ; Taking sides in the Falklands ; Woodrow Wilson's ghost ; South Africa : dismounting from a tiger ; Right-mindedness about South Africa ; Why study Hitler? ; Hitler's inkwell ; Sophistries about Poland ; Revel : the essential pessimist ; Reagan's dim candle ; Pepsi Marxism ; Demoralization by agreement ; Iron Curtain, rubber words ; Raoul Wallenberg : lost in a gauze of lies ; Raoul Wallenberg and the price of neutrality ; Death on Waterloo Bridge ; The boot in Afghanistan's face ; Brezhnev's successes ; Ivan X, jogger, maybe ; George Bush's surmise ; Miss Manners's diplomatic message ; "Fresh starts" and other fictions ; Trotsky assassinated, yet again ; No-fault murder ; The Cold War as a misunderstanding ; Lenin's children ; America's therapeutic impulses ; The 20th century has not happened --
  • 4. Midday: Well, actually, you can't have it all ; H. Rap Brown, radical at last ; Conservatism and character ; Billy Graham, an embarrassing export ; The moral limits to peace ; Whittaker Chambers's winding staircase ; The take-for-granted quotient ; The Madison legacy ; The splendid legacy of FDR ; The unsentimental man from Missouri ; The least artistic great artist ; Miss Manners : between anarchism and Stalinism ; The black sun ; Keeping faith with Mengele's victims ; Mesmerized by the moment ; The real utility of education ; Journalism and passions ; Conservatism and cheerfulness ; Murray Kempton, craftsman ; Raymond Aron, anti-ideologue ; Philosophy and fierceness ; Jack Swigert's example ; The finest public servant I have known ; In praise of mortality ; Baseball, before nigh descends ; Huck at a hundred
Control code
122819
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 430 p.
Isbn
9780029344309
Lccn
86012071
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm13643263
  • (OCoLC)13643263
Label
The morning after : American successes and excesses, 1981-1986, George F. Will
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • 1. Broadening incidents: "The last virgin in America" ; Autopsy on the sixties ; The democracy of angling ; Bruuuuuce ; Realism creeps into academia ; Ah, idealism ; AIDS and the community ; Sex as tabasco sauce ; Herpes and full disclosure ; Norman Mailer, economist ; This crime wave wants you! ; "... and the home of the brave play ball." ; Let us now praise anger ; Washington's little miracles ; Well, I don't love you, E.T. ; Technology that cares ; Government as black hole ; The genius of Winchester, Kansas ; Looters in a queue ; The indignation industry ; Teenagers and birth control ; At first blush ; The shocking bourgeoisie ; Art and the conscientious janitor ; Miami wild"Ex-cel-lent!" ; Miss Manners's ignoble savages ; Light at the end of the day ; Baltimore sunrise ; Don't beep in my outfield ; Academic thought police ; Chicago's favorite sons ; Baseball : "We do this every day." ; Detroit's craftsman ; The rain forest in the lobby ; Neurobiology and us ; When homicide is noble ; The "Twinkie defense" ; Metaphysics in Pittsburgh ; Einstein revealed as brilliant youth ; "Chicago ain't ready for reform" ; "Eeeek! Heterosexism!" ; Baseball is a worrying thing ; Movies as child abuse ; The nobles use of cinema ; Literary voyeurism ; Summ Contra Super Bowl ; Sport and civility ; Exploring the racer's edge ; Intrusion by telephone ; Wilde in Leadville ; Making distinctions and moccasins ; Ike Ward, 1862-1982 ; 1981 : that depends ; 1982 : oh; well ... ; 1983 : Such, such were the joys ; 1984 : God help us, everyone! ; 1985 : a tolerably adequate year -- 2. Skirmishes on the home front: In defense of the mother tongue ; Academic license ; A doctrine of high priests ; The perils of urban planning ; A word for the wilderness ; Bearbaiting and boxing ; Violence as a communicable disease ; Ideology masquerading as medicine ; The value of punishment ; Punishment and "official straighteners" ; Beyond civil rights ; "Compassion" that dehumanizes ; First Amendment follies ; Abortion and fetal pain ; Abortion : the Court's intellectual scandal ; Noticing the difference between boys and girls ; The decline of liberalism : a case study ; Against prefabricated prayer ; Unconstitutional silence ; The ACLU and sobriety ; The ACLU's second thoughts on freedom ; Tactile government ; Phillip Becker : a boy ; "A trip toward death" ; Reagan's expansion of civil rights ; The short life and long dying of Infant Doe ; Reagan's two Carnegieisms ; Grading the President ; A need for simple arithmetic ; America the undertaxed ; The shocking of David Stockman ; Will's doctrine of double meaning ; The grandfathered society ; The economy of leadership ; The Senate : not suited for prime time ; The architecture of democracy ; Martin Luther, founding father ; Democracy's foot soldiers ; A devil of a town ; In defense of nonvoting ; Gary Hart : Jay Gatsby in politics ; The art of invective ; Jesse Jackson, political pilgrim ; Ronald Reagan's paradoxes ; A lovely disregard of logic ; Mondale : bullied and buried ; The great 49-state "non-mandate" ; Reagan's small Republican renaissance ; A Roman candle called Iaccoca ; Mario Cuomo takes batting practice ; Arf -- 3. The world so much with us: Defeat in Berlin ; "Victory" in Cuba ; Vietnam : choosing defeat ; Grenada and the price of power ; The perils of legalism ; Why arms control is harmful ; Nuclear morality ; Giving peace a bad name ; A license to lie ; Henry Kissinger's craft ; The un-American Jane Kirkpatrick ; Dissipating an asset ; A Third World kleptocracy ; The President tunes the atmosphere ; Mitterand kills socialism ; The last 19th-century war? ; Taking sides in the Falklands ; Woodrow Wilson's ghost ; South Africa : dismounting from a tiger ; Right-mindedness about South Africa ; Why study Hitler? ; Hitler's inkwell ; Sophistries about Poland ; Revel : the essential pessimist ; Reagan's dim candle ; Pepsi Marxism ; Demoralization by agreement ; Iron Curtain, rubber words ; Raoul Wallenberg : lost in a gauze of lies ; Raoul Wallenberg and the price of neutrality ; Death on Waterloo Bridge ; The boot in Afghanistan's face ; Brezhnev's successes ; Ivan X, jogger, maybe ; George Bush's surmise ; Miss Manners's diplomatic message ; "Fresh starts" and other fictions ; Trotsky assassinated, yet again ; No-fault murder ; The Cold War as a misunderstanding ; Lenin's children ; America's therapeutic impulses ; The 20th century has not happened --
  • 4. Midday: Well, actually, you can't have it all ; H. Rap Brown, radical at last ; Conservatism and character ; Billy Graham, an embarrassing export ; The moral limits to peace ; Whittaker Chambers's winding staircase ; The take-for-granted quotient ; The Madison legacy ; The splendid legacy of FDR ; The unsentimental man from Missouri ; The least artistic great artist ; Miss Manners : between anarchism and Stalinism ; The black sun ; Keeping faith with Mengele's victims ; Mesmerized by the moment ; The real utility of education ; Journalism and passions ; Conservatism and cheerfulness ; Murray Kempton, craftsman ; Raymond Aron, anti-ideologue ; Philosophy and fierceness ; Jack Swigert's example ; The finest public servant I have known ; In praise of mortality ; Baseball, before nigh descends ; Huck at a hundred
Control code
122819
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 430 p.
Isbn
9780029344309
Lccn
86012071
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm13643263
  • (OCoLC)13643263

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