The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
September 1994 Issue - 19 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-3
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-9
Idi Amin and the C.I.A... . OJ.'s trump card... Milton Friedman's love letters... Sun, ...
- The Key to Surviving in Washington, pp. 10-16
Be a nice guy, and you, too, can join a network dedicated to permanent gridlock.
- Monthly Journalism Award, p. 17
- What the Jury Doesn't Know . . . Could Hurt You, pp. 18-20
Right now, juries can't be told about a defendant's prior record. It's time to change t...
- Guerrillas in the Mist, pp. 21-23
Rwanda's civil war might not have taken us so off guard if the American press had spent...
- Tidbits and Outrages, p. 24
- The Right Three Strikes, pp. 25-29
The season's favorite get-tough solution to crime makes a lot of sense--once lawmakers ...
- Memo of the Month, pp. 30-31
- The GOP's Master Strategist, pp. 32-39
Meet William Kristol, the brainy Republican operative who's teaching the Republicans ho...
- Who's Who, pp. 40-41
On Political Books
[+] Checking Under the Hood (Review) , pp. 42-45
The business press--and the executives of the Big Three--say Detroit is back on top. Bu...
- Comeback by Paul Ingrassia and Joseph Blanco White #2
[+] Reagan Reconsidered (Review) , pp. 46-50
When the Republicans held the White House, they abandoned their principles and expanded...
- Dead Right by David Frum
- Political Puzzle, p. 51
[+] Political Booknotes (4 Reviews) , pp. 52-54
[+] Review Blond Ghost, by David Corn (Review) , pp. 52-54
- Blond Ghost by David Corn
[+] Review The Great Transition, by Raymond L. Garthoff (Review) , p. 55
- The Great Transition by Raymond L. Garthoff
[+] Review A Better Place to Live, by Philip Langdon (Review) , pp. 56-57
- A Better Place to Live by Philip Langdon
[+] Review No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Rooseve... (Review) , pp. 58-62
- No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt by Doris Kearns Goodwin
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