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In the contest for oddest pronouncement in a State of the Union address, high marks should go to President Bush’s call last January for a national ban on “creating human-animal hybrids.” Fortunately, the modern biotech laboratory does not yet resemble H.G. Wells’s island of Dr. Moreau, that fictional place where an exiled scientist blends man

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In the most modern parts of the modern world, three aspects of fertility do seem historically unprecedented and clearly important. First, there is no stigma attached to being childless; a woman’s worth, in this life or the next, is not judged adversely if she chooses never to have children. Second, children are no longer economic

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There are two interrelated culture wars that beset Western Europe today. The first of these wars is a sharper form of the red state/blue state divide in America: a war between the postmodern forces of moral relativism and the defenders of traditional moral conviction. The second is the struggle to define the nature of civil

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Death and dying are once again subjects of intense public attention. During his confirmation hearings, Chief Justice John Roberts was grilled about his views on removing life-sustaining treatments from debilitated patients and warned by various liberal Senators not to interfere with the “right to die.” In California and Vermont, state legislators are working to legalize

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I owe Donald Trump an apology. Until now I have viewed him as spoiled, self-indulgent and narcissistic. But I was wrong. There is a side to The Donald heretofore kept secret, hidden in the shadow cast by his modesty. It is a rags-to-riches tale of a young man surmounting seemingly impossible odds and clearing seemingly

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