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  1. ADBC
    Why Alexander Doesn't Beat Clinton
    The New Republic, March 11, 1996, pp. 18-20
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    Aide Memoire (Review)
    Aboard Airforce One, by Ken Chitester
    1. Aboard Airforce One by Ken Chitester
    The Washington Monthly, November 1997, p. 57
  3. The Arkansas Impresarios
    Harry and Linda and Bill and Hillary
    The New Republic, September 9, 1996, pp. 26-31
  4. Assistant Secretary of What?
    The secret jobs that can really make a difference.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1988, pp. 29-35
  5. Beware of Republicans Bearing Voting Rights Suits
    How the Republicans are using the Voting Rights Act to carve out Republican election di...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1987, pp. 11-15
  6. On Political Books
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    Bill of Right (Review)
    My Life, by Bill Clinton
    1. My Life by Bill Clinton
    The Washington Monthly, July 2004, pp. 43-44
  7. Black Out
    African Americans love the Democrats. Is it mutual?
    The New Republic, September 16, 1996, pp. 18-19
  8. Bland Ambition
    Lugar fever sweeps the country
    The New Republic, September 18, 1995, pp. 22-24
  9. Campfire Tales (1997 Film)
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    Clinton's Mental Golf (Review)
    The Truth of Power, by Benjamin R. Barber
    1. The Truth of Power by Benjamin R. Barber
    The Washington Monthly, July 2001, pp. 58-62
  11. Colin's K-Street Crowd
    Put away the handkerchief. Judging from his entourage, Colin Powell would hardly have b...
    The New Republic, November 27, 1995, pp. 18-21
  12. Dead Man Walking
    Bob Dole's plan for eventual survival
    The New Republic, February 26, 1996, pp. 16-17
  13. Deliverance
    Georgia's voters proved that the south is not as exceptional as Buchanan and Alexander ...
    The New Republic, March 25, 1996, pp. 14-17
  14. The German Army, 1933-1945 (1978)
    Its Political and Military Failure
    1 Review
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    To Have and To Spin (Review)
    How Mary Matalin and James Carville are campaigning to be Washington's hottest celebrit...
    1. All's Fair by Mary Matalin, James Carville, and Peter Knobler
    The Washington Monthly, October 1994, pp. 51-54
  16. Hot Chain Nixes Wingo, Buscapades--Nabs Pulitzers, Big Bucks
    Knight-Ridder shows that newspaper chains can be profitable--and good.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1987, pp. 17-22
  17. On Political Books
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    Inside Racism (Review)
    Shelby Steele argues that for blacks, self-doubt is a bigger enemy than white hatred.
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    The Washington Monthly, October 1990, pp. 53-55
  18. It's Pat
    The conviction candidate
    The New Republic, March 4, 1996, pp. 16-17
  19. Just Take This Medicine
    The real causes of inflation and the real cures.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1989, pp. 28-31
  20. On Political Books
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    Just the Facts, Ma'am (Review)
    Bob Woodward once again displays a knack for getting the telling detail--and omitting t...
    1. The Choice by Bob Woodward
    The Washington Monthly, September 1996, pp. 38-39
  21. The Last Supper (1995 Film)
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    Left in Place (Review)
    Diana and Lionel Trilling, New York's most important intellectual couple, confronted wh...
    1. The Beginning of the Journey by Diana Trilling
    The Washington Monthly, December 1993, pp. 50-52
  23. Liberals for a Day
    When the personal becomes political
    The New Republic, May 20, 1996, p. 10
  24. The Lieutenant
    From Nixon to Newt, Bob Dole's carried water for others. Now that's he's leftt the Sena...
    The New Republic, June 3, 1996, pp. 27-29
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    Media Cynics (Review)
    Spin Cycle, by Howard Kurtz
    1. Spin Cycle by Howard Kurtz
    The Washington Monthly, April 1998, pp. 52-54
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    Media Magnate (Review)
    Legacy, by Christopher Ogden
    1. Legacy by Christopher Ogden
    The Washington Monthly, June 1999, p. 51
  27. Summer Special: Who Should Get What in Washington--and Why
    A Pension for Trouble
    The next S & L crisis.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1989, pp. 24-29
  28. Perfect Opposites (2004 Film)
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Time Present, Time Past, by Bill Bradley
    1. Time Present, Time Past by Bill Bradley
    The Washington Monthly, March 1996, pp. 52-54
  30. Quarterback Sack
    The White House tackles Jack Kemp
    The New Republic, September 2, 1996, pp. 11-13
  31. Quit Worrying
    Forget the alarmism over "America divided"
    The New Republic, October 23, 1995, p. 12
  32. On Political Books
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    Rebels With Applause (Review)
    How stand-up political comedy stopped being subversive.
    1. Seriously Funny by Gerald Nachman
    The Washington Monthly, April 2003, pp. 39-40
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Chicago Divided, by Paul Kleppner
    1. Chicago Divided by Paul Kleppner
    The Washington Monthly, April 1986, p. 58
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Work, Health, and Income Among the Elderly, by Gary Burtless
    1. Work, Health, and Income Among the Elderly by Gary Burtless
    The Washington Monthly, May 1987, p. 58
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Civil Rights Under Reagan, by Robert R. Detlefsen
    1. Civil Rights Under Reagan by Robert R. Detlefsen
    The Washington Monthly, January 1991, p. 53
  36. The Saturday Night Massacre
    On "West 57th Street" a congressional aide criticized Social Security. Now he's out of ...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1988, pp. 24-26
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    Squeeze Play (Review)
    How Congress got baseball to cough up two more teams.
    1. Playing Hardball by David Whitford
    The Washington Monthly, June 1993, pp. 50-53
  38. Special Political Book Section--The Democrats: Twenty Years After Rfk
    Stop Pandering to the Middle Class
    Robert Kuttner should learn it takes more than money to make a good Democrat.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1988, pp. 46-51
  39. Swamped in Jersey
    National political reporters love Christine Todd Whitman. Unfortunately for her, not ma...
    The New Republic, November 10, 1997, pp. 19-20
  40. On Political Books
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    The Toughest Row to Hoe (Review)
    Nicholas Lemann takes us to the ghettos like no one else has. Now, how the hell do we g...
    1. The Promised Land by Nicholas Lemann
    The Washington Monthly, May 1991, pp. 51-53
  41. Washington Diarist: Saab Story
    The New Republic, December 11, 1995, pp. 42-44
  42. Washington Diarist: Scary
    The New Republic, May 13, 1996, pp. 46-48
  43. Washington Scene: Run DLC
    What Ralph Reed could teach Al From
    The New Republic, December 4, 1995, p. 10
  44. Welcome to the Olympic Village
    Atlanta hypes itself as an engine of social and economic change. But is the Olympic Cit...
    The New Republic, July 15, 1996, pp. 14-19
  45. What the Presidential Candidates Should Talk About (But Probably Won't). A Round-up by ...
    First Ladies: Speak Up
    The Washington Monthly, January 1996, p. 36
  46. On Political Books
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    What The Washington Post Could Learn from Sports Illustrated (Review)
    (And vice versa.)
    1. A Season Inside by John Feinstein
    The Washington Monthly, April 1989, pp. 46-50
  47. On Political Books
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    What to Like about Today's Ike (Review)
    Most memoirs burn bridges and settle scores. Colin Powell's is clearly not a finale, ho...
    1. My American Journey by Colin L. Powell and Joseph E. Persico
    The Washington Monthly, November 1995, pp. 48-50
  48. White House Watch: A Bronx Tale
    Colin Powell, schoolmaster
    The New Republic, October 16, 1995, pp. 18-19
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    White House Watch: Big Boy (Review)
    Thanks to James Stewart's new book, Blood Sport, the Whitewater scandal lives. But barely
    1. Blood Sport by James B. Stewart
    The New Republic, April 1, 1996, p. 10
  50. White House Watch: Big Zit
    Clinton's Whitewater capitalism
    The New Republic, September 4, 1995, pp. 20-21
  51. White House Watch: Bubba 'N' Bibi
    Clinton and the new Israel
    The New Republic, June 24, 1996, p. 11
  52. White House Watch: Deep Thoughts
    What's so great about Bradley?
    The New Republic, September 11, 1995, p. 13
  53. White House Watch: Dick and Trent
    The bizarre yet plausible possibility that Dick Morris and Trent Lott may take on Bob Dole
    The New Republic, June 10, 1996, p. 11
  54. White House Watch: Dicks
    Morris and Holbrooke get nasty
    The New Republic, November 20, 1995, p. 20
  55. White House Watch: Four More Years
    Crafting a second term
    The New Republic, April 22, 1996, p. 14
  56. White House Watch: Geezers for Grabs
    The elderly vote
    The New Republic, May 6, 1996, p. 11
  57. White House Watch: Mighty Quinn
    Meet the Whitewater master
    The New Republic, January 8, 1996, pp. 12-13
  58. White House Watch: Pair of Pariahs
    Is Hillary Newt?
    The New Republic, July 8, 1996, p. 11
  59. White House Watch: Panetta's Moment
    Leon's been thrown the budget ball. Will he fumble?
    The New Republic, November 6, 1995, p. 13
  60. White House Watch: Secret Six
    Clues behind a budget deal
    The New Republic, December 25, 1995, pp. 14-15
  61. White House Watch: Sucking Up
    The Clintons and the press
    The New Republic, April 15, 1996, p. 10
  62. White House Watch: The Deal
    Is there life after the budget?
    The New Republic, January 1, 1996, pp. 10-11
  63. White House Watch: The Explanation
    Dick Morris's gimmick
    The New Republic, August 21, 1995, pp. 16-17
  64. White House Watch: The Speech
    Is Clintonism dead?
    The New Republic, February 12, 1996, p. 11
  65. White House Watch: Vapid Response
    The Clintonites are forever being praised for their War Room acumen. So why is it missi...
    The New Republic, July 29, 1996, pp. 12-14
  66. White House Watch: What's My Line?
    If Congress loves the line-item veto so much---why haven't they passed it?
    The New Republic, October 9, 1995, p. 11
  67. White House Watch: Where Do I Sign?
    Clinton on the verge
    The New Republic, August 12, 1996, pp. 12-13
  68. White House Watch: Whodunit?
    The snow and the furlough didn't paralyze the White House. But an insider roman a clef did
    The New Republic, January 29, 1996, p. 11
  69. Why Washington's Best Cops Walk Its Safest Beat
    The city's murder rate is soaring. And the Secret Service prowls the poshest streets.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1988, pp. 25-28
  70. Why We Need a New Dickens
    Everyone cares about Oliver Twist. Now we need to help the Artful Dodgers.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1988, pp. 48-54
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