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Depressing Our Way to Recovery
The American Prospect, Winter 1994, pp. 110-114
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    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 24 Issues, 451 Articles
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      Issues of 1992 = 4 Issues, 74 Articles
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        Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 72 Articles
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          Spring 1994 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. Contributors, p. 5
          2. Only Connect by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-10
          3. Health Care: Reformers' Rounds by James A. Morone, pp. 11-12
          4. Gen Insurers Off the Case by Marcia Angell, p. 13
          5. Keep Single Payer Alive by Rashi Rein, pp. 14-15
          6. Letters, pp. 16-18
          7. Seductions of Sim by Paul Starr, pp. 19-29
          8. Wild Pitch by Jerome H. Skolnick, pp. 30-37
          9. Orphans of Separatism by Randall Kennedy, pp. 38-45
          10. Happy Returns by Christopher Howard, pp. 46-53
          11. The Global Hiring Hall by Richard Rothstein, pp. 54-61
          12. Secret Justice by Frank Askin, pp. 62-67
          13. The Predators' Accomplice by Louis Lowenstein, pp. 68-77
          14. What's Trust Got To Do With It? by Richard C. Leone, pp. 78-83
          15. Making the Poor Count by Deborah A. Stone, pp. 84-88
          16. Pork and the Public Interest by Kenneth P. Ruscio, pp. 89-96
          17. Talent and the Winner-Take-All Society by Robert Frank, pp. 97-107
          18. Imagebusters, the Sequel by Jonathan Rowe, Sissela Bok, and Todd Gitlin, pp. 108-114
          19. Health Care by Jeffrey B. Morris, p. 115
          20. Beyond the Economic Model by Ezekiel J. Emanuel, p. 116
          21. Don't Forget Public Health by Joan E. Ruttenberg, p. 117
          22. Avoiding Catastrophe by Shoshanna Sofaer, p. 118
          23. Who Watches the Watchers? by Robert Restuccia, pp. 119-120
          24. Index, pp. 121-130
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          Summer 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
          1. Contributors, p. 5
          2. The Undertow by Paul Starr, pp. 6-8
          3. The New Dialectic by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 9-11
          4. Instant Replay: Three Strikes Was the Right Call by John J. Diiulio, Jr., pp. 12-14
          5. Response by Jerome H. Skolnick, pp. 15-18
          6. Letters, pp. 19-22
          7. The False Messiah by Robert S. McIntyre, pp. 23-30
          8. Self-Fulfilling Prophets by James K. Galbraith, pp. 31-39
          9. Seismic Stimulus by Peter Dreier and Richard Rothstein, pp. 40-47
          10. The Consequences of Single Motherhood by Sara S. McLanahan, pp. 48-59
          11. The New Crusade for the Old Familiy by Arlene Skolnick and Stacey Rosencrantz, pp. 60-65
          12. Divided Families, Whole Children by Richard Weissbourd, pp. 66-73
          13. Can We Keep Guns Away from Kids? by David M. Kennedy, pp. 74-80
          14. The Skills Myth by David Howell, pp. 81-90
          15. Whose Confirmation Mess? by David Strauss, pp. 91-98
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          Fall 1994 Issue = 13 Articles
          1. Contributors, pp. 5-6
          2. The Disengaged by Paul Starr, pp. 7-9
          3. What I Really Say About Balancing the Budget by Peter G. Peterson, pp. 10-15
          4. Wrong Again by Robert S. McIntyre, pp. 16-20
          5. Letters, pp. 21-27
          6. Incredible News by Joshua Gamson, pp. 28-35
          7. Diary of the American Nightmare by Jonathan Cohn, pp. 36-41
          8. How Money Votes by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 42-58
          9. Voting Rites by Michael Schudson, pp. 59-68
          10. The People vs. the Parties by Kevin Phillips, pp. 69-73
          11. Is the American Economic Model the Answer? by Jeff Faux, pp. 74-81
          12. Reviving Community Development by Ed Schwartz, pp. 82-87
          13. Did the U.S. Military Plan a Nuclear First Strike for 1963? by James K. Galbraith and Heather A. Purcell, pp. 88-98
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          Winter 1994 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Contributors, p. 5
          2. Back to the Future by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-7
          3. The Joys of Recession by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 8-9
          4. Friend or Faux? by Will Marshall, pp. 10-13
          5. The Evasion of Politics by Jeff Faux, pp. 14-18
          6. Ad Mission by Deborah A. Stone, pp. 19-25
          7. Letters, pp. 26-31
          8. Delivering Health Reform by Paul Starr, pp. 32-41
          9. Imagebusters by Todd Gitlin, pp. 42-49
          10. Back By Popular Demand by Will Hutton, pp. 50-57
          11. Altered States by Walter Russell Mead, pp. 58-61
          12. Keynes, Einstein, and Scientific Revolution by James K. Galbraith, pp. 62-67
          13. System Crash by John Hoerr, pp. 68-77
          14. A New Good Men by Kathleen Gerson, pp. 78-90
          15. Spheres of Affluence by Michael Lind, pp. 91-99
          16. Voters in the Crosshairs by Marshall Ganz, pp. 100-109
          17. Depressing Our Way to Recovery by Dean Baker, pp. 110-114
          18. Citizen Keynes by John Eatwell, pp. 115-124
          19. Can Markets Govern? by Roberta Lynch and Ann Markusen, pp. 125-134
          20. Government Lite by Laurence E. Lynn, pp. 135-146
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        Issues of 1995 = 4 Issues, 70 Articles
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          Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 111 Articles
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            Issues of 1997 = 6 Issues, 124 Articles
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            Issues of the 2000s = 7 Years, 67 Issues, 1,598 Articles
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              Issues of 2003 = 7 Issues, 184 Articles
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                Issues of 2004 = 12 Issues, 338 Articles
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                  Issues of 2005 = 11 Issues, 279 Articles
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                    Issues of 2006 = 11 Issues, 260 Articles
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                      Issues of 2007 = 10 Issues, 241 Articles
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                        Issues of 2008 = 10 Issues, 229 Articles
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                          Issues of 2009 = 6 Issues, 67 Articles