This book contain reflections on America and its institutions in the post-9/11 world and it aims to offer some answers. Military historian Frederick Kagan, for instance, discusses the future of armed forces and the challenges they will face. From the future of the military to the future of higher education, from religion and law to music and visual arts, 'Lengthened Shadows' aims to provide a situation report on American culture and its prospects. Writers such as Robert Bork, Roger Kimball, Hilton Kramer and Mark Steyn want to offer a probing assessment of the institutions that organize people lives - their health, their influence, their prospects - at the beginning of what some commentators have called the next 'American century'.
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Subtítulo: AMERICA AND ITS INSTITUTIONS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST C