Wednesday, March 06, 2002

The Atlantic Monthly

The Atlantic continues to improve under the Michael Kelly regime. This month's issue has a strong Christopher Hitchens piece on Churchill revisionism and a funny one-pager by Walter Mead about the opposing world views of Jacksonian Americans and European sophisticates. The James Fallows piece on the role of the US Air Force in the Afghan theater of the War on Terrorism is also well worth reading. You can link to the site by clicking here, but for some reason Kelly doesn't post the latest issue of the magazine on the Atlantic website until a while after the hard copies have been mailed to subscribers.