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2001 Stories by Norah Vincent

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  • MTV Nation

    published August 28, 2001

    MTV turns 20 years old this month. And, though this may seem to anyone over 40 like an anniversary that only the brain dead and developmentally... More >>

  • Feel This Book

    published August 14, 2001

    Who says the writings of French academics are impenetrably abstruse? People who haven't read French philosopher and Sorbonne professor... More >>

  • Baiting 'The Beast'

    published July 17, 2001

    In that twisted, idiotic world where Clarence Thomas is the Antichrist, Jesse Jackson must be God. And in that same nasty irreality, where Thomas... More >>

  • The Liars Club

    published July 3, 2001

    We have a right to expect consistency in scholarship. Integrity, honesty, good faith—without these qualities we have only more fiction. Of... More >>

  • Animal Rights Goes Legit

    published June 19, 2001

    Animal rights isn't just for tree huggers and ecoterrorists anymore. Nor is it merely the foolish consistency of Seattle-style demonstrators... More >>

  • Aborting Crime

    published June 5, 2001

    There is one point on which pro-abortion and anti-abortion advocates agree: We should be trying to prevent the births of unwanted children, mainly... More >>

  • Welcome to the Transsexual Age

    published May 22, 2001

    Recent events in San Francisco concerning health benefits for transsexuals have proven once again that the deconstructionists of academe have... More >>

  • Ad Lib

    published May 8, 2001

    Lefty apostate David Horowitz is getting a run for his money. This time, though, it's from a fellow prankster who hails from the other side of the... More >>

  • Standard Issue

    published April 24, 2001

    Over the last three decades, liberals have dominated the power struggle in the academy more stridently with each passing year—what with the... More >>

  • No Payback

    published April 10, 2001

    Until a few weeks ago, David Horowitz, erstwhile radical cum arch-conservative, was probably best known as the purveyor of Heterodoxy, an... More >>

  • You’re an Animal

    published March 27, 2001

    Professor Peter Singer has never been popular among pro-lifers and advocates for the handicapped. He has, however, proved something of a hero to... More >>

  • Hello, Bobo!

    published March 13, 2001

    Bobo—journalist David Brooks's coinage for bourgeois bohemian—has become one of those cultural bywords every bit as definitive as... More >>

  • The Big Switch

    published February 27, 2001

    Political correctness has usually presented a remarkably unified front on all questions multicultural, the members of various oppressed groups... More >>

  • The Mind Kings

    published February 13, 2001

    Several weeks ago, Basic Books and The Nation cosponsored a forum on the future of the public intellectual. Among the participants were... More >>

  • The Money Factory

    published January 30, 2001

    In a recent issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education, Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of labor education research at Cornell's School of... More >>

  • Honest Admissions

    published January 9, 2001

    Last month, Judge Patrick J. Duggan of the Federal District Court in Detroit handed down a long-awaited ruling that the University of Michigan is... More >>

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