In a lengthy survey of American intellectual life, published in the summer 1992 issue of the Wilson Quarterly, Daniel Bell of Harvard offered a curiously dichotomized view of the battle now raging in this country. Through one eye, he sees a political contest between four main groups identified as Liberals, Communitarians, Neoconservatives, and Libertarians. The differences between them are largely philosophical and center upon the object of government control: Liberals would regulate the economy but not morals; Neoconservatives would regulate morals (through “social tutelage,” says neocon Bell), but not the economy; Communitarians would regulate everything; Libertarians, nothing.