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  1. Abortion and Brain Waves
    The New Republic, January 31, 2000, pp. 21-25
  2. Absent Minded
    The New Republic, December 18, 2000, p. 19
  3. An Agenda for a Second Term
    Here comes the sun
    The New Republic, November 11, 1996, p. 34
  4. Air Condition
    Why are enviros and industrialists screaming about Bush's Clean Air adjustments? Becaus...
    The New Republic, July 1, 2002, pp. 16-17
  5. Air Pressure
    Why W. might just make your air cleaner
    The New Republic, February 4, 2002, p. 12
  6. The Airplane That Doesn't Cost Enough
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1984, pp. 46-49
  7. All Aboard Air Oblivion
    The helicopter Army is its own worst enemy.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1981, pp. 14-26
  8. All Aboard Air Oblivion
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, pp. 53-54
  9. The All Purpose News Story, Vol. Ill
    "Candidate Misspoke about Retraction, Aides Allege."
    The Washington Monthly, January 1983, p. 41
  10. All-Purpose Budget Story, Vol. II
    The Washington Monthly, September 1982, p. 27
  11. America the O.K.
    Elites of the left and right won't admit it, but for most people life in the United Sta...
    The New Republic, January 4, 1999, pp. 19-25
  12. ...And Why Our Bombs Missed Qaddafi.
    Our war on terrorism.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1988, pp. 23-26
  13. On Political Books
    [+]
    Apocalypse Later (Review)
    Alarmist predictions of global warming only obscure the real danger.
    1. The Heat Is on by Ross Gelbspan
    The Washington Monthly, May 1997, pp. 40-42
  14. Apocryphal
    The New Republic, September 11, 2000, pp. 22-27
  15. Are We Alone?
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1988, pp. 25-38
  16. The Army's $800,000 Model Airplane
    The future of air battle may lie in planes that operate without pilots. But the U.S. Ar...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1984, pp. 12-24
  17. Axle of Evil
    SUVs are overpriced, gas-guzzling, pollution-spewing behemoths. A close investigation o...
    The New Republic, January 20, 2003, pp. 27-31
  18. Beside Still Waters (1998)
    Searching for Meaning in an Age of Doubt
    1 Review
  19. Big Labor Brings Home the Bacon
    Subsidies for the working man are just like subsidies to businessmen--they flow to thos...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1981, pp. 40-47
  20. The Big One
    Anthrax is terrifying. But biological weapons have never proven effective as agents of ...
    The New Republic, November 5, 2001, pp. 24-25
  21. Biotechnology and Our Happiness
    The American Enterprise, March 2004, p. 36
  22. The Birds
    There is unsettling new evidence that the spotted owl isn't as rare as we recently thou...
    The New Republic, March 28, 1994, pp. 22-29
  23. Black Thumbs
    How Dick Darman and company killed Bush's environmentalism and helped Bill Clinton towa...
    The New Republic, November 16, 1992, pp. 26-27
  24. [+]
    Blaming The Messenger (2 Reviews)
    Two new books hark back to a media "golden age" that never existed.
    1. Republic of Denial by Michael Janeway
    2. Rich Media, Poor Democracy by Robert W. McChesney
    The Washington Monthly, October 1999, pp. 40-41
  25. Boarding Pass
    How did they penetrate the airports?
    The New Republic, September 24, 2001, p. 16
  26. A Brief History of Management Consultants
    Who are these people and why are we paying them so much?
    The Washington Monthly, March 1998, pp. 8-12
  27. Brown and Out
    How the utilities lost power in California
    The New Republic, February 19, 2001, pp. 20-22
  28. Buffalo Shuffle
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 2008, pp. 26-27
  29. Cape Hope
    Wind pwoer is a relatively cheap, low-polluting source of energy. You'd think it would ...
    The New Republic, November 29, 2004, pp. 16-17
  30. Car Crash
    Katrina may wreak its worst damage on Detroit
    The New Republic, September 19, 2005, p. 24
  31. The Case Against NASA
    The dream of space exploration has become a nightmare of interplanetary waste and stupi...
    The New Republic, July 8, 1991, pp. 18-25
  32. [+]
    The Case Against The Bell Curve (Review)
    Common sense and sound science show that the IQ debate is far from black and white.
    1. The Bell Curve by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray
    The Washington Monthly, December 1994, pp. 17-19
  33. College Admissions 2004
    Who Needs Harvard?
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2004, pp. 128-133
  34. College Try
    The New Republic, December 4, 2000, pp. 26-27
  35. The Agenda
    Comment
    Come Convenient Truths
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 2006, pp. 29-31
  36. [+]
    Contemporary Affairs (Review)
    Myths of Rich and Poor, by W. Michael Cox and Richard Alm
    1. Myths of Rich and Poor by W. Michael Cox and Richard Alm
    The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 1999, p. 133
  37. "Cost Overruns Plague Pentagon Weapons System"
    Certain headlines--"New Jersey Official Indicted"; "Corruption Alleged in Teamsters Uni...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1982, p. 23
  38. The D.C.A.T.
    One wrong answer and it's back to Butte.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1982, pp. 41-48
  39. Deep Tunnel:How Our Money Flows Into Chicago's Sewers
    The most expensive public works project in history will eventually make Chicago's river...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1979, pp. 30-36
  40. Dept. of Disputation: Here Comes the Sun
    Twenty-five years after the first Earth Day, what is the prognosis for the environment?...
    The New Yorker, April 10, 1995, pp. 38-43
  41. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Manhunt, by Peter Maas
    1. Manhunt by Peter Maas
    The Washington Monthly, June 1986, pp. 59-62
  42. [+]
    The Dirt on Communism (2 Reviews)
    The Fading of the Greens, by Anna Bramwell
    1. The Fading of the Greens by Anna Bramwell
    2. Thinking Green! by Petra Kelly
    The New Republic, February 20, 1995, p. 41
  43. Divad
    The Army's new "ultra" weapon may not work very well, but it's expensive
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1982, pp. 29-36
  44. [+]
    Doves' Tales (Review)
    Does American intervention abroad always involve cynical motives?
    1. The Ruses for War by John Quigley
    The Washington Monthly, October 1992, pp. 54-55
  45. Cover Story
    The End of War?
    The end of the cold war supposedly unleashed pent-up ethnic furies and increased region...
    The New Republic, May 30, 2005, pp. 18-21
  46. English, Si. Spanish No.
    Spanish-speaking Americans deserve help--to learn English, not Spanish.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1980, pp. 37-44
  47. Features
    Environmental Doomsday
    Bad News Good, Good News Bad
    The Brookings Review, Spring 2002, pp. 2-5
  48. Everything You Know About the Environment Is Wrong
    That is, unless you already knew that nature kills more species than people od, that as...
    The New Republic, April 30, 1990, pp. 14-27
  49. Faith Healers
    Religion is good for the soul. Now a growing medical literature suggests it can help th...
    The New Republic, July 19, 1999, pp. 20-23
  50. On Political Books
    [+]
    Fear and Loathing in Silicon Valley (2 Reviews)
    Life in high tech land can't be as bad as everyone makes it out to be.
    1. The Big Score by Michael S. Malone
    2. The High Cost of High Tech by Lenny Siegel and John Markoff
    The Washington Monthly, January 1986, pp. 46-49
  51. Fear of Success
    What frightens the Not-Me Generation.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1980, pp. 20-25
  52. Fifty Miniature Washingtons
    The flaw in Reagan's New Federalism.
    The Washington Monthly, January 1982, pp. 11-14
  53. On Political Books
    [+]
    Fighting Gravity (Review)
    Robert Goddard's ego soared higher than his missiles.
    1. Rocket Man by David A. Clary
    The Washington Monthly, September 2003, pp. 48-49
  54. Force of Habit
    Our bloated, outdated military wins again
    The New Republic, December 17, 2001, pp. 18-21
  55. Forgotten Benefactor of Humanity
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1997, pp. 74-82
  56. [+]
    The Fortunes of the Dairy Lobby (Review)
    Milking the Public, by Michael McMenamin and Walter McNamara
    1. Milking the Public by Michael McMenamin and Walter McNamara
    Reason, July 1981, p. 62
  57. From Sputnik to the Flying Submarine
    How Pentagon rivalries gave us the MX.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1981, pp. 10-19
  58. Features
    Global Warming: Who Loses---and Who Wins?
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 2007, pp. 52-66
  59. [+]
    Goodbye Cruel World (3 Reviews)
    Warday, by Whitley Strieber and James W. Kunetka
    1. Warday by Whitley Strieber and James W. Kunetka
    2. The Day After World War III by Edward Zuckerman
    3. Trinity's Child by William Prochnau
    The New Republic, August 6, 1984, pp. 40-42
  60. [+]
    Greatest Good for the Greatest Number (Review)
    Philosopher Peter Singer will anger his traditional lefty fans with a clear-eyed accoun...
    1. One World by Peter Singer
    The Washington Monthly, November 2002, pp. 47-49
  61. Green Cassandra
    Environmentalists who believe hysteria is the way to advance their cause should think a...
    The New Republic, July 6, 1992, pp. 23-25
  62. Green Values
    The New Republic, November 13, 2000, pp. 18-20
  63. Greener Pastures
    A new plan to save the endangered Endangered Species Act
    The New Republic, March 2, 1998, p. 14
  64. Have You Driven a Ford Lately?
    Thanks to Donald Petersen you may want to.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1986, pp. 23-34
  65. Health Nut
    Why the press ignores W.'s environmentalism
    The New Republic, April 30, 2001, pp. 16-17
  66. The Heart of a New Machine
    Personal computers may create the illusion of companionship, but the danger is a deeper...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1983, pp. 13-20
  67. Hot and Not Bothered
    It's too late to stop global warming. But there's still time to learn to live with it
    The New Republic, May 4, 1998, pp. 20-23
  68. How to End It: Natural Gas
    The invisible fuel Washington is trying to hide.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1980, pp. 20-29
  69. How to Make the Buzzard Bonanza, the Kuwait Connection, And the Laszlo Low-Down Work fo...
    Secrets of the federal real estate business.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1981, pp. 23-31
  70. "Ideas Move Nations"
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1986, pp. 66-77
  71. I'm OK, You're OK
    For at least a century, from Freud to the behaviorists, psychology has assumed humans a...
    The New Republic, March 5, 2001, pp. 20-23
  72. Into Thy Closet
    The New Republic, April 9, 1984, pp. 19-20
  73. On Political Books
    [+]
    It's Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature (Review)
    Bill McKibben's warnings about global warming, genetic engineering, and the albatross o...
    1. The End of Nature by Bill McKibben
    The Washington Monthly, October 1989, pp. 51-54
  74. Art & Politics
    It's Unreal
    How phony realism in film and literature is corrupting and confusing the American mind.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1996, pp. 41-43
  75. Just the Facts: Special 39th Anniversary Section
    The Washington Monthly, January 1999, pp. 34-36
  76. Leg Room
    Boeing's new toy for the executive who has everything.
    The Washington Monthly, May 2000, pp. 8-9
  77. Letters to the Editor
    In Defense of C.S. Lewis
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2001, pp. 16-29
  78. Load and Lock
    If gun companies can make firearms more deadly, and even more fashionable, why can't th...
    The New Republic, May 31, 1999, pp. 13-15
  79. Long Shot
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 2003, pp. 64-75
  80. Lost in Space
    The press isn't reporting it, but NASA is still off course.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1987, pp. 48-54
  81. Making Sense of Agriculture
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1985, pp. 63-71
  82. Managing Fine
    The New Republic, March 20, 2000, pp. 21-23
  83. The Self-interest in High Interest
    The Meaning of Money Markets
    How eight million people learned to stop worrying and love high interest rates.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1981, pp. 30-36
  84. Medical Evolution
    Stem-cell research could change the source of human history, curing congenital diseases...
    The New Republic, March 1, 1999, pp. 20-25
  85. A Moment on the Earth (1995)
    The Coming Age of Environmental Optimism
    10 Reviews, 4 Readable
  86. The Most Powerful Nobody in Washington
    25 points to anyone who knows who William H. Jordan is.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1980, pp. 50-51
  87. The Myth of Fingerprints
    The New Republic, July 31, 2000, pp. 20-21
  88. The Myth of Oppressive Corporate Taxes
    Businessmen, remember the good old days of the fifties? Effective corporate rates were ...
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1982, pp. 59-63
  89. New Hope for the Hard-Core Rich
    They can pull themselves up by their own cummerbunds.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1980, pp. 30-32
  90. Night Flight
    How come it was so easy in the dark on January 16?
    The New Republic, February 11, 1991, p. 19
  91. [+]
    Nonlethal Arms (Review)
    Future War, by John B. Alexander
    1. Future War by John B. Alexander
    The Washington Monthly, June 1999, p. 50
  92. Not Your Average Joe
    The unorthodox politics of Senator Joseph Lieberman
    The New Republic, November 2, 1998, pp. 22-25
  93. Notes & Comment: Hybrid Vigor
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 2000, pp. 16-19
  94. Off the Hook
    The New Republic, January 28, 1985, pp. 18-21
  95. Oil Price
    We said we'd reform our energy use---but we didn't
    The New Republic, September 9, 2002, p. 14
  96. Old News
    The New Republic, October 30, 2000, pp. 22-23
  97. [+]
    On Political Books (Review)
    The Takeover Barons of Wall Street, by Richard Phalon
    1. The Takeover Barons of Wall Street by Richard Phalon
    The Washington Monthly, December 1981, p. 57
  98. [+]
    On Political Books (Review)
    The Breaks of the Game, by David Halberstam
    1. The Breaks of the Game by David Halberstam
    The Washington Monthly, March 1982, p. 56
  99. Open Door Policy
    Why U.S. pilots give in to hijackers
    The New Republic, October 1, 2001, pp. 16-17
  100. [+]
    Operation Desert Shill (3 Reviews)
    In the Eye of the Storm, by Roger Cohen and Claudio Gatti
    1. In the Eye of the Storm by Roger Cohen and Claudio Gatti
    2. Stormin' Norman: An American Hero by Jack Anderson and Dale Van Atta
    3. Desert Victory by Norman Friedman
    The New Republic, September 30, 1991, pp. 32-41
  101. Opportunity Cost
    The New Republic, May 15, 2000, pp. 21-25
  102. On Political Books: Special Summer Reading Issue
    [+]
    Out to Launch (Review)
    Sending men to Mars may sound like fun, but it doesn't make much sense.
    1. Mars Beckons by John Noble Wilford
    The Washington Monthly, July 1990, pp. 43-47
  103. The Perpetual Campaign
    Does Walter Mondale have any new ideas
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1983, pp. 27-38
  104. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Three Farms, by Mark Kramer
    1. Three Farms by Mark Kramer
    The Washington Monthly, April 1980, p. 64
  105. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Ministry of Culture, by Michael MacDonald Mooney
    1. The Ministry of Culture by Michael MacDonald Mooney
    The Washington Monthly, December 1980, pp. 58-59
  106. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    An Invitation to Our Times, by Mitchell S. Ross
    1. An Invitation to Our Times by Mitchell S. Ross
    The Washington Monthly, January 1980, p. 61
  107. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Up the Down Dollar, by Edward Meadows
    1. Up the Down Dollar by Edward Meadows
    The Washington Monthly, January 1980, pp. 62-63
  108. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Nuclear Nightmares, by Nigel Calder
    1. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
    The Washington Monthly, July 1980, p. 61
  109. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Poisoning of Michigan, by Joyce Egginton
    1. The Poisoning of Michigan by Joyce Egginton
    The Washington Monthly, July 1980, p. 62
  110. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Fat City, by Donald Lambro
    1. Fat City by Donald Lambro
    The Washington Monthly, June 1980, p. 62
  111. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Go Quietly...or Else, by Spiro T. Agnew
    1. Go Quietly...or Else by Spiro T. Agnew
    The Washington Monthly, June 1980, pp. 62-63
  112. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Ropes of Sand, by Wilbur Crane Eveland
    1. Ropes of Sand by Wilbur Crane Eveland
    The Washington Monthly, June 1980, pp. 64-66
  113. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Energy Book, by Wayne Hanley and John Hanson Mitchell
    1. The Energy Book by Wayne Hanley and John Hanson Mitchell
    The Washington Monthly, March 1980, p. 63
  114. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The State of the Presidency, by Thomas E. Cronin
    1. The State of the Presidency by Thomas E. Cronin
    The Washington Monthly, March 1980, pp. 64-66
  115. [+]
    Political Puzzle (Review)
    The Greatest Real Estate Book in the World, by Robert Stloukal
    1. The Greatest Real Estate Book in the World by Robert Stloukal
    The Washington Monthly, May 1980, pp. 64-66
  116. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Cola Wars, by J.C. Louis and Harvey Z. Yazijian
    1. The Cola Wars by J.C. Louis and Harvey Z. Yazijian
    The Washington Monthly, November 1980, pp. 56-57
  117. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Whistle-Blowing!, by Alan F. Westin
    1. Whistle-Blowing! by Alan F. Westin
    The Washington Monthly, November 1980, pp. 60-62
  118. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The American Establishment, by Leonard Silk and Mark Silk
    1. The American Establishment by Leonard Silk and Mark Silk
    The Washington Monthly, September 1980, p. 60
  119. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Empire as a Way of Life, by William Appleman Williams
    1. Empire as a Way of Life by William Appleman Williams
    The Washington Monthly, September 1980, pp. 60-61
  120. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Mafia, by Enzo Catania
    1. Mafia by Enzo Catania
    The Washington Monthly, September 1980, p. 62
  121. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Debacle: The American Failure in Iran, by Michael Ledeen and William Hubert Lewis
    1. Debacle: The American Failure in Iran by Michael Ledeen and William Hubert Lewis
    The Washington Monthly, April 1981, p. 58
  122. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The New Elite, by David Lebedoff
    1. The New Elite by David Lebedoff
    The Washington Monthly, December 1981, p. 58
  123. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    America's Energy, by Robert Engler
    1. America's Energy by Robert Engler
    The Washington Monthly, January 1981, p. 58
  124. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Company That Bought the Boardwalk, by Gigi Mahon
    1. The Company That Bought the Boardwalk by Gigi Mahon
    The Washington Monthly, January 1981, p. 58
  125. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Oil Game, by James McGovern
    1. The Oil Game by James McGovern
    The Washington Monthly, July 1981, p. 59
  126. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Inside Russian Medicine, by William A. Knaus
    1. Inside Russian Medicine by William A. Knaus
    The Washington Monthly, June 1981, p. 58
  127. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Trade Secrets of Washington Journalists, by Steve Weinberg
    1. Trade Secrets of Washington Journalists by Steve Weinberg
    The Washington Monthly, June 1981, pp. 61-62
  128. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Clean Coal, Dirty Air, by Bruce A. Ackerman and William T. Hassler
    1. Clean Coal, Dirty Air by Bruce A. Ackerman and William T. Hassler
    The Washington Monthly, May 1981, p. 57
  129. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Real Security, by Richard J. Barnet
    1. Real Security by Richard J. Barnet
    The Washington Monthly, May 1981, p. 60
  130. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Guns Don't Die, People Do, by Pete Shields
    1. Guns Don't Die, People Do by Pete Shields
    The Washington Monthly, November 1981, pp. 60-62
  131. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Iron Triangle, by Gordon Adams
    1. The Iron Triangle by Gordon Adams
    The Washington Monthly, September 1981, p. 58
  132. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Fear at Work, by Richard Kazis and Richard L. Grossman
    1. Fear at Work by Richard Kazis and Richard L. Grossman
    The Washington Monthly, December 1982, p. 59
  133. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Sixty Minutes, by Axel Madsen
    1. Sixty Minutes by Axel Madsen
    The Washington Monthly, October 1984, p. 56
  134. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Chip, by T.R. Reid
    1. The Chip by T.R. Reid
    The Washington Monthly, April 1985, p. 58
  135. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Secret Agenda, by Jim Hougan
    1. Secret Agenda by Jim Hougan
    The Washington Monthly, February 1985, pp. 58-59
  136. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Disconnecting Parties, by W. Brooke Tunstall
    1. Disconnecting Parties by W. Brooke Tunstall
    The Washington Monthly, May 1985, p. 59
  137. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Decline and Fail, by Peter Stoler
    1. Decline and Fail by Peter Stoler
    The Washington Monthly, October 1985, p. 58
  138. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Innovation and Entrepreneurship, by Peter F. Drucker
    1. Innovation and Entrepreneurship by Peter F. Drucker
    The Washington Monthly, September 1985, p. 54
  139. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Brothers in Arms, by William Broyles, Jr.
    1. Brothers in Arms by William Broyles, Jr.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1986, p. 55
  140. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Straw Giant, by Arthur T. Hadley
    1. The Straw Giant by Arthur T. Hadley
    The Washington Monthly, September 1986, p. 57
  141. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Submarine Warfare, by John Evelyn Moore and Richard Compton-Hall
    1. Submarine Warfare by John Evelyn Moore and Richard Compton-Hall
    The Washington Monthly, June 1987, p. 58
  142. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Scarcity or Abundance?, by Norman Myers, Nancy J. Myers, and Julian Simon
    1. Scarcity or Abundance? by Norman Myers, Nancy J. Myers, and Julian Simon
    The Washington Monthly, October 1994, p. 56
  143. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Blond Ghost, by David Corn
    1. Blond Ghost by David Corn
    The Washington Monthly, September 1994, pp. 52-54
  144. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Prodigal Soldiers, by James Kitfield
    1. Prodigal Soldiers by James Kitfield
    The Washington Monthly, January 1995, p. 52
  145. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Last Harvest, by Paul Raeburn
    1. The Last Harvest by Paul Raeburn
    The Washington Monthly, June 1995, p. 55
  146. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Longitude, by Dava Sobel
    1. Longitude by Dava Sobel
    The Washington Monthly, January 1996, pp. 53-54
  147. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    American Exceptionalism
    1. Kindred Strangers by David Vogel
    The Washington Monthly, October 1996, pp. 55-56
  148. Political Mileage
    The New Republic, October 9, 2000, pp. 25-27
  149. Politics: Green Surprise?
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 2000, pp. 17-25
  150. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Ashes of Waco, by Dick J. Reavis
    1. The Ashes of Waco by Dick J. Reavis
    The Washington Monthly, September 1995, pp. 54-55
  151. The Producers
    The men who produce America's energy view themselves as embattled heroes. Now, two of t...
    The New Republic, June 4, 2001, pp. 27-31
  152. The Progress Paradox (2003)
    How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse
    7 Reviews, 5 Readable
  153. On Political Books
    [+]
    Propheteers (Review)
    Environmental problems are alarming enough without the doomsayers' exaggerations.
    1. Healing the Planet by Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich
    The Washington Monthly, November 1991, pp. 43-47
  154. Pumped Up
    Want to fight terrorism? Try saving gas
    The New Republic, October 8, 2001, p. 15
  155. [+]
    The Quest for Quarks (Review)
    Strange Beauty, by George Johnson
    1. Strange Beauty by George Johnson
    The Wilson Quarterly, Winter 2000, pp. 109-110
  156. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Time Before History, by Colin Tudge
    1. The Time Before History by Colin Tudge
    The Washington Monthly, June 1996, p. 51
  157. Red Scare
    The utter absurdity of President Bush's proposal to send a manned mission to Mars
    The New Republic, February 2, 2004, pp. 12-14
  158. [+]
    Religion & Philosophy (Review)
    Life Is a Miracle, by Wendell Berry
    1. Life Is a Miracle by Wendell Berry
    The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 2000, p. 131
  159. Religion in America
    The New Ecumenicalism
    The Brookings Review, Winter 2002, pp. 45-50
  160. Reports & Comment
    Housing: Examining a Media Myth
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1983, pp. 10-25
  161. Reports & Comment
    Conservation: Vanishing Land Reappears
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1986, pp. 17-20
  162. Reports & Comment
    Washington: The Business of Politics
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1986, pp. 28-37
  163. Reports & Comment
    Energy: The Future of Electric Power
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1993, pp. 42-48
  164. Reproductivity
    In a generation or two, we'll be worring about a "birth dearth." In the meantime, the d...
    The New Republic, October 11, 1999, pp. 22-29
  165. Ronnie's World
    The Republican Soul
    How little Ronald Reagan learned to pretend his drunken father wasn't there.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1981, pp. 13-24
  166. [+]
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    Veil, by Bob Woodward
    1. Veil by Bob Woodward
    The Washington Monthly, December 1987, pp. 56-57
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    Three Scientists and Their Gods, by Robert Wright
    1. Three Scientists and Their Gods by Robert Wright
    The Washington Monthly, November 1988, pp. 60-62
  168. [+]
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    The New York Times Book of Science Literacy, by Richard Flaste
    1. The New York Times Book of Science Literacy by Richard Flaste
    2. Science Matters by Robert M. Hazen and James Trefil
    The Washington Monthly, March 1991, pp. 60-62
  169. Robowar
    The hi-tech weapons now being deployed in the Gulf could mean that a new era of low-cas...
    The New Republic, February 11, 1991, pp. 17-18
  170. Run-on Sentencing
    Why the affluent don't pay the price for our war on crime
    The New Republic, April 26, 1999, pp. 57-65
  171. The Smart Shopper's Guide to the Pentagon
    Sack Weinberger, Bankrupt General Dynamics, and Other Procurement Reforms
    The president's own commission admits the Pentagon wastes billions on bad weapons. Here...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1987, pp. 33-42
  172. Safe Deposit
    Foreign aid hasn't eradicated povery. It hasn't even consistently promoted economic gro...
    The New Republic, July 29, 2002, pp. 16-19
  173. Science Fiction
    Unraveling the phony scare over endocrine disrupters
    The New Republic, August 30, 1999, pp. 18-22
  174. Science Sees the Light
    How new scientific discoveries have made the notion of higher meaning and purpose intel...
    The New Republic, October 12, 1998, pp. 24-29
  175. Sealth-Creators
    The reason the Pentagon isn't boasting about its cheap, effective stealth fighter plane...
    The New Republic, January 6, 1992, pp. 20-23
  176. The Size of the Debt
    The Washington Monthly, August 2008, pp. 15-16
  177. The Sky Is Always Falling
    The dollar goes up or down, the Fed tightens or loosens, interest rates rise or fall. B...
    The New Republic, August 21, 1989, pp. 21-23
  178. The Sky Is Falling
    We can stop killer asteroids---if we try
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 2008, pp. 74-81
  179. The Sky Isn't Falling
    The New Republic, November 30, 1987, pp. 18-23
  180. The Sliver Strategy
    How New Mexico Congressman Manuel Lujan makes the taxpayers' loss his gain.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1982, pp. 38-43
  181. Smart Bomb
    America's Iraq debate is going nowhere fact. More sanctions won't work, and overthrowin...
    The New Republic, February 25, 2002, pp. 21-23
  182. Sonic Boom (2009)
    Globalization at Mach Speed
    2 Reviews
  183. The Spruce Goose of Outer Space
    Another flying machine that looks great on the ground.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1980, pp. 32-49
  184. States' Rites
    States are screaming about their budget deficits. But they have only themselves to blame
    The New Republic, August 11, 2003, pp. 15-16
  185. Stuck on Baltic Place: Why the Government Loses at Monopoly
    Playing games with the Fortune 500.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1979, pp. 40-49
  186. Suburban Myth
    "Livability" is the hot new pre-campaign issue. But is it a genuine campaign for enviro...
    The New Republic, March 15, 1999, pp. 18-21
  187. Sunny Side Up
    The New Republic, June 19, 2000, p. 17
  188. Synthetic Progress
    The Fifth annual Report of the Energy Security Corporation, July 15, 1984
    Regulation, November 1979, pp. 40-43
  189. Term Limits
    "Weapons of mass destruction" implied that nuclear, chemical, and biological arms are f...
    The New Republic, October 7, 2002, pp. 22-25
  190. They Stopped the Sky from Falling
    The James Bay story explains why environmentalists, having created one of the most succ...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1995, pp. 34-41
  191. This Magic Moment (1986)
  192. Tilting At Windmills
    A wish list for future energy sources
    The New Republic, March 18, 1991, pp. 29-31
  193. [+]
    Tolstoy and the Beltway (Review)
    Beyond Therapy, by The President's Council on Bioethics
    1. Beyond Therapy by The President's Council on Bioethics
    The New Republic, January 26, 2004, pp. 34-35
  194. Trading Up
    Seattle is under siege. Hooray
    The New Republic, December 20, 1999, p. 16
  195. TRB: Cosmic Clunker
    John Glenn's flight was inspirational. NASA's next endeavor isn't
    The New Republic, November 30, 1998, p. 6
  196. TRB: Gunsmoke
    A presidential candidate finally calls the NRA's bluff
    The New Republic, August 9, 1999, pp. 6-7
  197. TRB: Inconceivable
    The Republicans' counterproductive crusade against a United Nations family-planning pro...
    The New Republic, November 23, 1998, p. 6
  198. TRB: Intercepted
    Reports of the F-22's demise have been greatly exaggerated
    The New Republic, August 16, 1999, pp. 6-7
  199. TRB: Power Surge
    You may not care about electricity deregulation. Luckily, the Clinton administration does
    The New Republic, May 10, 1999, pp. 6-7
  200. Turn On
    The best reason to vote for John Kerry? He might be the first president in decades with...
    The New Republic, October 18, 2004, pp. 17-19
  201. Political Booknotes
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    Unbalanced Czech Book (Review)
    Vaclav Havel, by John Keane
    1. Vaclav Havel by John Keane
    The Washington Monthly, September 2000, p. 48
  202. Under Fire
    The real reason to be outraged about Waco
    The New Republic, September 27, 1999, p. 16
  203. [+]
    Unsheik (Review)
    The coming obsolescence of oil.
    1. The Prize by Daniel Yergin
    The Washington Monthly, April 1991, pp. 53-54
  204. Virginia Tech and our impoverished language for evil
    The New Republic, May 7, 2007, pp. 14-15
  205. Voting for Unemployment
    Many union workers have little incentive to make conssions
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1983, pp. 31-42
  206. Political Booknotes
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    Who Speaks for America?, by Eric Alterman
    1. Who Speaks for America? by Eric Alterman
    The Washington Monthly, December 1998, p. 45
  207. Warming Up
    The decade's droughts, hurricanes, and snowstorms aren't proof of the greenhouse effect...
    The New Republic, November 8, 1999, pp. 42-53
  208. On Political Books
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    Was It Worth It? (Review)
    A new book shatters many myths about Vietnam but misses the larger point.
    1. Vietnam: The Necessary War by Michael Lind
    The Washington Monthly, November 1999, pp. 42-45
  209. Washington Diarist: Buyer's Remorse
    The New Republic, June 21, 1999, pp. 54-56
  210. Washington Diarist: Due North
    The New Republic, April 17, 2000, pp. 102-104
  211. Washington Diarist: Game Time
    The New Republic, February 15, 1999, pp. 42-44
  212. Washington Diarist: Gifts
    The New Republic, August 6, 2001, pp. 46-48
  213. Washington Diarist: Lesser Evil
    The New Republic, November 4, 2002, pp. 38-40
  214. Washington Diarist: Street Sign
    The New Republic, March 26, 2001, pp. 42-44
  215. Washington Diarist: Unsilent Night
    The New Republic, December 31, 2001, pp. 42-44
  216. The Washington Monthly, 2019
    A contributing editor predicts what the Monthly's 50th anniversary issue will be like.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1994, pp. 32-36
  217. Waste Land
    The Pentagon's nearly unprecedented, wildly irrational spending binge
    The New Republic, December 2, 2010, pp. 20-24
  218. Waste of Energy
    One lesson of the Gulf war is that America still needs a national energy policy. Too ba...
    The New Republic, March 18, 1991, pp. 26-28
  219. Watch and Learn
    Why you don't have to favor censorship to recognize that the media have made America mo...
    The New Republic, May 17, 1999, pp. 22-25
  220. On Political Books
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    We're All Darwinians Now (Review)
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    1. Evolution's Workshop by Edward J. Larson
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 48-51
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    What Caspar Weinberger Could Learn from The Falklands (Review)
    Harriers vs. carriers.
    1. Air War South Atlantic by Jeffrey L. Ethell
    The Washington Monthly, September 1984, pp. 43-47
  222. The Gospel Reconsidered
    What Charlie Peters Can Learn From Henry Kravis
    A little merger mania never hurt anyone.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1989, pp. 32-33
  223. What If Bush Wins?
    W. Takes on Global Warming
    The Washington Monthly, September 2004, p. 43
  224. What is the Air Force Really Worried About: National Security or Job Security?
    Maybe the Pentagon wants the new stealth planes because they are technological marvels ...
    The Washington Monthly, September 1989, pp. 18-22
  225. What the Presidential Candidates Should Talk About (But Probably Won't). A Round-up by ...
    Health Care: At the Very Least
    The Washington Monthly, January 1996, p. 31
  226. What Went Right: Modest Gain
    W. says he wants a humble administration that puts power in local hands. Sounds like th...
    The New Republic, January 22, 2001, pp. 12-14
  227. What's Wrong With Congress
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1984, pp. 57-79
  228. Who Will Catch The Falling Star?
    One of America's top newspapers is writing its own obituary.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1981, pp. 13-26
  229. Why DIVAD Wouldn't Die
    The weapon that was harder to kill than Rasputin.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1984, pp. 10-22
  230. Why Not the Cheapest?
    Sometimes, there are simple solutions to America's problems.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1980, pp. 30-32
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    1. The Pentagon Wars by James G. Burton
    The Washington Monthly, October 1993, pp. 50-53
  232. York, York, York
    The New Republic, December 30, 1985, pp. 17-19
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