The neocons, continuing to focus their attention on what they see as the threat posed by Islam, have a new tactic to advance their clash-of-civilizations model. The Ethics and Public Policy Center, which describes itself in a cover letter as "D.C.'s premier institute dedicated to applying the Judeo-Christian moral tradition to critical issues of public policy," is now distributing free copies of "Islamic Imperialism: A History" by Efraim Karsh of King's College, London--just in time for the Christmas season. Targets of these free books are "tens of thousands of .... Americans in positions of responsibility and influence." EPPC is backed by the usual funders of conservative movement organizations, such as the Bradley, Koch, Olin, Smith Richardson, and Sarah Scaife Foundations. Perhaps George W. Bush is waiting to come out with his new policy on Iraq until EPPC and its ilk have been given more time to stir up anti-Islamic sentiment among policy and media influentials. Watch for similar tactics on multiple fronts in coming weeks.