The conservative American
Enterprise Institute hasscrapped its magazine andreplaced it with a newglossy, The American. Unlikethe think tank's old politicalrag, the jazzy new oneis all business and economics,six times per year. "Ourperspective," says editorJames Glassman, "is not partisan,but it is rooted in liberal,free-market economics."There are no editorials andforeign-policy manifestos.Instead, Reaganite MichaelLedeen writes about whyNaples became the center ofmen's high fashion. It's anold model: The lively conservativeAmerican Spectatortried the same thing beforefinally switching backto politics.