Pejman Yousefzadeh: March 2005 Archives

A Uniter, Not a Divider

Andrew Sullivan's recent essay expressing fear over the atomization of society via iPods and cell phones has already attracted a fair amount of commentary here at TCS. Douglas Kern responded by pointing out that the atomization that Sullivan fears has... Read More

Saving the Marriage (Cont.)

In response to my column "Saving the Marriage: Conservatism and Libertarianism", two-time Libertarian Party presidential candidate Harry Browne has written this article denouncing any effort to reconcile libertarians and conservatives in general, and libertarians a Read More

Saving the Marriage: Conservatism and Libertarianism

A few years ago, I wrote an article discussing the ways in which libertarians and conservatives have common cause on a number of policy issues -- and how the Blogosphere can work to bring libertarians and conservatives closer together. Along... Read More

Surprised?

The night the Berlin Wall came down, I was glued to the television coverage and watched ABC's Prime Time Live engage in real-time reporting of the breach of the wall and the spread of democracy to Eastern Europe. Sam Donaldson... Read More

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