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  1. An Acquired Taste
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 2000, pp. 33-53
  2. Agenda
    Counils of War
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 2002, pp. 23-25
  3. The Agenda
    Councils of War
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 2001, pp. 42-45
  4. The Agenda
    Behavior Modification
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 2002, pp. 28-29
  5. The Agenda
    Councils of War
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 2002, pp. 29-31
  6. The Agenda
    The Unilateralist
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2002, pp. 26-29
  7. The Agenda
    Getting Out Right
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 2005, pp. 27-29
  8. 'Agents of Influence'
    An Exchange
    The New York Review of Books, May 16, 1991, p. 64
  9. On Political Books
    [+]
    Ambushed (Review)
    The biting memoirs of a former Bush speechwriter tell us something about why presidenci...
    1. Hell of a Ride by John Podhoretz
    The Washington Monthly, September 1993, pp. 43-47
  10. [+]
    The Americans in Space (3 Reviews)
    The Heavens and the Earth, by Walter A. McDougall
    1. The Heavens and the Earth by Walter A. McDougall
    2. Report of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
    3. The Aerospace Plane by Stephen W. Korthals-Altes
    The New York Review of Books, December 18, 1986, pp. 34-48
  11. America's Changing Economic Landscape
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1985, pp. 47-55
  12. America's High-Tech Weaponry
    Why more money is buying less defense
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1981, pp. 21-33
  13. On Political Books
    [+]
    America's Warlords (Review)
    Up close with the US. military regional commanders who run the wond.
    1. The Mission by Dana Priest
    The Washington Monthly, March 2003, pp. 47-48
  14. "...And If This Is Just Another Job, Then By God, I'm a Sorry Suck-Egg Mule!"
    A military without mind or soul.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1981, pp. 12-27
  15. Ashtray Libertarians
    The New Republic, October 21, 1978, pp. 22-24
  16. Ben Bradlee and His All-Star Revue
    The Washington Post is the best newspaper in the country. The Austin American-Statesman...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1975, pp. 37-48
  17. The Best of the Washington Monthly
    On the Draft
    The Washington Monthly, November 2009, p. 29
  18. On Political Books
    [+]
    Big Ben (Review)
    Ben Bradlee left behind a fine newspaper, and a lot of good stories, but he didn't unde...
    1. A Good Life by Ben Bradlee
    The Washington Monthly, November 1995, pp. 44-45
  19. Bill Clinton and His Consequences
    He Was Slick, Thank God
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 2001, p. 46
  20. Bill Moyers: His Heart Belongsto Daddy
    Our modern day Leonardo, successful writer, producer, publisher, and Presidential assis...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1974, pp. 36-50
  21. [+]
    Billion-Dollar Babies (2 Reviews)
    The New New Thing, by Michael Lewis
    1. The New New Thing by Michael Lewis
    2. High Stakes, No Prisoners by Charles H. Ferguson
    The New York Review of Books, December 16, 1999, pp. 9-17
  22. Blind Into Baghdad
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 2004, pp. 52-59
  23. Bloat Control
    The New Republic, June 17, 1985, pp. 12-13
  24. [+]
    Books/Double Moral Standards (Review)
    Towards a New Cold War, by Noam Chomsky
    1. Towards a New Cold War by Noam Chomsky
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1982, pp. 82-85
  25. [+]
    Books/Eight Lessons for American Corporations (Review)
    In Search of Excellence, by Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr.
    1. In Search of Excellence by Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr.
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1982, pp. 99-101
  26. [+]
    Books/The Foundation of Liberalism (Review)
    Statecraft as Soulcraft, by George F. Will
    1. Statecraft as Soulcraft by George F. Will
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1983, pp. 98-100
  27. [+]
    Books/The Journalism of the Right (Review)
    Reflections of a Neoconservative, by Irving Kristol
    1. Reflections of a Neoconservative by Irving Kristol
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1983, pp. 110-113
  28. [+]
    Books: South Against North (Review)
    Power Shift, by Kirkpatrick Sale
    1. Power Shift by Kirkpatrick Sale
    The Harpers Monthly, February 1976, pp. 76-81
  29. Born to Rob? Why Criminals Do It
    Blame the culture, not just the chromosomes.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1985, pp. 36-41
  30. Breaking the News (1996)
    How the Media Undermine American Democracy
    7 Reviews, 3 Readable
  31. Bush's Lost Year
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2004, pp. 68-84
  32. [+]
    Busting Our Mental Blocks About Foreign Aid (2 Reviews)
    Now that the war is over and we're all ready to stop tampering with the underdeveloped ...
    1. We Don't Know How by William Paddock and Elizabeth Paddock
    2. Benevolent Aggression by Richard M. Farmer
    The Washington Monthly, March 1973, pp. 43-54
  33. California Dreamin'
    The trip West freed my father from the constraints of class and custom.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1988, pp. 10-18
  34. Health
    The Care We Need and Want
    Compassionate, competent, communistic.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1973, pp. 6-20
  35. The Case Against Credentialism
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1985, pp. 49-67
  36. [+]
    A Case for Reform (Review)
    Reinventing Government, by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler
    1. Reinventing Government by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1992, pp. 119-122
  37. [+]
    Caught in the Web (9 Reviews)
    The Road Ahead, by Bill Gates, Nathan Myhrvold, and Peter M. Rinearson, ...
    1. The Road Ahead by Bill Gates, Nathan Myhrvold, and Peter M. Rinearson, ...
    2. Microserfs by Douglas Coupland
    3. Silicon Snake Oil by Clifford Stoll
    4. The Trouble with Computers by Thomas K. Landauer
    5. I Sing the Body Electronic by Fred Moody
    6. Startup by Jerry Kaplan
    7. Microsoft Secrets by Michael A. Cusumano and Richard W. Shelby
    8. Road Warriors by Daniel Burstein and David Kline
    9. Gates by Stephen Manes and Paul Andrews
    The New York Review of Books, February 15, 1996, pp. 14-18
  38. Chapter II of Moral Myopia:The Watergate Committee and Its Staff
    Sam Dash, et al., can dish it out, but a rock magazine socks it to 'em and they can't t...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1974, pp. 12-20
  39. China
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2009, p. 25
  40. China Makes, the World Takes
    Insides the world's manufacturing center
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 2007, pp. 48-63
  41. Features
    China's Silver Lining
    A new power starts to clean up its act
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 2008, pp. 36-47
  42. The Civilianization of the Army
    Questions about the Army's combat readiness
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1981, pp. 98-108
  43. On Political Books
    [+]
    Class Can't Be Dismissed (Review)
    Before we can solve class problems, we have to recognize they exist.
    1. The Imperial Middle by Benjamin DeMott
    The Washington Monthly, March 1991, pp. 49-50
  44. On Political Books
    [+]
    Class Warriors (Review)
    Duty, honor, country. And coffins and grad school.
    1. Loyalties: A Son's Memoir by Carl Bernstein
    The Washington Monthly, December 1989, pp. 46-48
  45. Close-Up: The Age of Murdoch
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 2003, pp. 81-98
  46. Close-Up: William Jefferson Clinton
    Post-President for Life
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2003, pp. 60-73
  47. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Remembering Denny, by Calvin Trillin
    1. Remembering Denny by Calvin Trillin
    The Washington Monthly, June 1993, pp. 59-62
  48. College Admissions 2004
    The Big Picture
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2004, pp. 120-127
  49. The Agenda
    Comment: The Nuclear Power Beside Iraq
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 2006, pp. 31-33
  50. [+]
    The Computer Wars (5 Reviews)
    Gates, by Stephen Manes and Paul Andrews
    1. Gates by Stephen Manes and Paul Andrews
    2. Steve Jobs and the NeXT Big Thing by Randall E. Stross
    3. Game Over by David Sheff
    4. Computer Wars by Charles H. Ferguson and Charles R. Morris
    5. Big Blues by Paul Carroll
    The New York Review of Books, March 24, 1994, pp. 34-40
  51. Computers/Behavior Modification
    How to make WordStar, the most widely used word-processing program, easier to use
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1984, pp. 90-93
  52. Computers: All Quiet on the Corpus Callosum
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1986, pp. 75-76
  53. Computers: Appropriate Technology
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1984, pp. 114-117
  54. Computers: Crash-Worthy Speedster
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1993, pp. 103-108
  55. Computers: Flat Growth
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1994, pp. 134-139
  56. Computers: From Your Lips to Your Printer
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 2000, pp. 106-108
  57. Arts and Leisure
    Computers: IBM Van Winkle
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1990, pp. 153-156
  58. Computers: Lovable Software
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1986, pp. 86-89
  59. Computers: Navigating the Galaxies
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1996, pp. 104-107
  60. Computers: Not Yet Net
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1995, pp. 108-112
  61. Computers: Personal Preferences
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1984, pp. 98-103
  62. Computers: Recognizable Characters
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1994, pp. 110-115
  63. Computers: Software Successors
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1985, pp. 95-98
  64. Computers: Zoot!
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1997, pp. 82-84
  65. 'The Connection Has Been Reset'
    China's Great Firewall
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2008, pp. 64-69
  66. Containing Japan
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1989, pp. 40-50
  67. Countdown to a Meltdown
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 2005, pp. 51-65
  68. [+]
    A Country's Obsessions (Review)
    The Sea of Fertility, by Yukio Mishima
    1. The Sea of Fertility by Yukio Mishima
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1990, pp. 117-120
  69. Crazies By the Tail
    What did the Cuban Freedom Brigade, Ngo Dinh Diem, and G. Gordon Liddy have in common?
    The Washington Monthly, September 1974, pp. 50-58
  70. A Damaged Culture
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1987, pp. 49-59
  71. Violent Death and Crime: The Solutions Liberals Fear
    Death on the Road: Going Beyond Nader and the Reader's Digest
    There are alternatives to preventive detention for drunks and teenagers.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1973, pp. 7-23
  72. Declaring Victory
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 2006, pp. 60-75
  73. On Political Books
    [+]
    The Decline of Citizenship (Review)
    It's not just immigration that's dividing us.
    1. Americans No More by Georgie Anne Geyer
    The Washington Monthly, October 1996, pp. 44-45
  74. [+]
    Deterrence vs. Counterforce (Review)
    Nuclear Illusion and Reality, by Solly Zuckerman
    1. Nuclear Illusion and Reality by Solly Zuckerman
    The New Republic, July 5, 1982, pp. 37-38
  75. [+]
    Did the Seventies MakeModern America? (Review)
    This book-length op-ed isn't convincing.
    1. How We Got Here: The Seventies by David Frum
    The Washington Monthly, March 2000, pp. 39-41
  76. The Difference One Man Can Make
    In a Georgia company town, Wyman Westberry took on the gods--and won.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1982, pp. 10-18
  77. Doing a Little for Others and a Lot for Ourselves
    The foundations have formed a bucket brigade to help the South, but in their concentrat...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1974, pp. 9-20
  78. The Early-Decision Racket
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 2001, pp. 37-51
  79. The Economy: The Dollar and the Yen
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1995, pp. 24-29
  80. Entitlements
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1982, pp. 51-61
  81. Environment: Saving Salmon, or Seattle?
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2000, pp. 20-27
  82. An Exchange on Automation
    The New York Review of Books, December 20, 1984, p. 68
  83. [+]
    Fear of Flying (3 Reviews)
    Inside the Sky, by William Langewiesche
    1. Inside the Sky by William Langewiesche
    2. Stick and Rudder by Wolfgang Langewiesche
    3. Nall Report
    The New York Review of Books, January 14, 1999, pp. 41-43
  84. The Fifty-First State?
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 2002, pp. 53-64
  85. [+]
    For Old Times' Sake (2 Reviews)
    Keeping Faith, by Jimmy Carter
    1. Keeping Faith by Jimmy Carter
    2. Crisis by Hamilton Jordan
    The New York Review of Books, December 16, 1982, pp. 3-10
  86. The Culture of Bureaucracy
    The Foreign Service as Mirror of America
    If we're ever going to do anything about white-collar featherbedding, a good place to s...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1973, pp. 5-14
  87. The Forgotten Home Front
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 2003, pp. 78-81
  88. Free Flight (2001)
    Inventing the Future of Travel
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  89. [+]
    Free Love vs. Just Say No (Review)
    Are liberals really bitten by sound bites?
    1. The Sound Bite Society by Jeffrey Scheuer
    The Washington Monthly, November 1999, pp. 46-48
  90. Freedom of the Skies
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 2001, pp. 37-49
  91. Getting Along With Japan
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1989, pp. 53-67
  92. The Gold in the Garbage: What the Left Can Learn From Ayn Rand
    The Den Mother of the Far Right has some lessons to teach us.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1975, pp. 54-60
  93. [+]
    The Great Defense Deception (4 Reviews)
    The Defense Industry, by Jacques S. Gansler
    1. The Defense Industry by Jacques S. Gansler
    2. Defense Facts of Life by Franklin C. Spinney
    3. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
    4. Doubletalk by Gerard Smith
    The New York Review of Books, May 28, 1981, pp. 15-19
  94. [+]
    The Great Japanese Misunderstanding (2 Reviews)
    Agents of Influence, by Pat Choate
    1. Agents of Influence by Pat Choate
    2. The Japanese Power Game by William J. Holstein
    The New York Review of Books, November 8, 1990, pp. 33-39
  95. [+]
    The Great Stagflation Machine (Review)
    What Daniel Ellsberg can teach us about inflation.
    1. Inflation by Robert Lekachman
    The Washington Monthly, October 1973, pp. 53-58
  96. The Gridlocked Society
    And the answer is the moral equivalent of war. Really.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1983, pp. 44-49
  97. Dispatches
    Health
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 2009, p. 21
  98. A History Lesson for the Professors
    What they can learn from the best journalists.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1985, pp. 25-31
  99. On Political Books
    [+]
    History vs. Loyalty (Review)
    Stephanopoulos' important but untimely memoir.
    1. All Too Human by George Stephanopoulos
    The Washington Monthly, June 1999, pp. 39-41
  100. The Agenda
    The Hollow Army
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2004, pp. 29-31
  101. How the West Was Wired
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2008, pp. 56-67
  102. How the World Works
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1993, pp. 60-70
  103. Books
    [+]
    How to Succeed in Japan (Review)
    Triad Power, by Kenichi Ohmae
    1. Triad Power by Kenichi Ohmae
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1985, pp. 84-87
  104. [+]
    Hurry Up Please It's Time (4 Reviews)
    Y2K: The Millennium Bug, by Don L. Tiggre
    1. Y2K: The Millennium Bug by Don L. Tiggre
    2. Y2K: The Millennium Crisis by Bradford Morgan
    3. Get Rich with Y2K by Steven L. Porter
    4. Time Bomb 2000 by Edward Yourdon and Jennifer Yourdon
    The New York Review of Books, September 23, 1999, pp. 29-34
  105. I Fly With the Eagles
    After criticizing the Air Force's F-15 jets, our man goes for a ride in one of them
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1981, pp. 70-75
  106. Immigration
    How new citizens and illegal aliens are affecting the United States
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1983, pp. 45-101
  107. [+]
    Immigration Controls: The Unpleasant Choices (2 Reviews)
    Clamor at the Gates, by Nathan Glazer
    1. Clamor at the Gates by Nathan Glazer
    2. Still the Golden Door by David M. Reimers
    The Public Interest, Spring 1986, pp. 123-127
  108. Individualism, Japanese Style
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1991, pp. 155-158
  109. [+]
    The Interdependent Crystal Ball (2 Reviews)
    Megatrends 2000, by John Naisbitt and Patricia Aburdene
    1. Megatrends 2000 by John Naisbitt and Patricia Aburdene
    2. Entangling Alliances by John Maxwell Hamilton
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1990, pp. 97-99
  110. [+]
    Internet Illusions (4 Reviews)
    Vote.Com, by Dick Morris
    1. Vote.Com by Dick Morris
    2. Rich Media, Poor Democracy by Robert W. McChesney
    3. Prometheus Wired by Darin Barney
    4. You Say You Want a Revolution by Reed E. Hundt
    The New York Review of Books, November 16, 2000, pp. 28-31
  111. [+]
    Is Japan the Enemy? (5 Reviews)
    The Coming War With Japan, by George Friedman and Meredith LeBard
    1. The Coming War With Japan by George Friedman and Meredith LeBard
    2. Japan Versus the West by Endymion Wilkinson
    3. The Rise of Modern Japan by W.G. Beasley
    4. Japan's Administrative Elite by B.C. Koh
    5. Deepening Economic Linkages in the Pacific Basin Region by Masaharu Hanazaki
    The New York Review of Books, May 30, 1991, pp. 31-36
  112. The Japanese Are Different From You and Me
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1986, pp. 35-41
  113. 'The Japanese Power Game'
    An Exchange
    The New York Review of Books, January 17, 1991, p. 57
  114. On Political Books
    [+]
    Just the Facts (Review)
    Sure, Bob Woodward can tell you what happened. But don't ask him to explain why it matt...
    1. The Agenda: Inside the Clinton White House by Bob Woodward
    The Washington Monthly, July 1994, pp. 40-43
  115. Just the Facts: Special 39th Anniversary Section
    The Washington Monthly, January 1999, p. 28
  116. Kennedy: The Playboy Image
    He doesn't belong in the driver's seat, but he can be a great senator.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1976, pp. 11-21
  117. Language Barriers
    When it comes to conspicious consumption, Proper Usage has become the new coin of the r...
    The Washington Monthly, September 1982, pp. 20-25
  118. Letters
    The New York Review of Books, October 10, 1991, pp. 54-56
  119. Letters
    The New York Review of Books, May 23, 1996, p. 69
  120. Letters
    The New York Review of Books, March 4, 1999, pp. 49-52
  121. [+]
    Lie in the Sky (Review)
    How Edward Teller sold America on Star Wars.
    1. Teller's War by William J. Broad
    The Washington Monthly, April 1992, pp. 44-48
  122. [+]
    The Limits of the Law (Review)
    Arthur Liman's career sheds light on scandals from Iran-Contra to Monicagate.
    1. Lawyer by Arthur L. Liman and Peter Israel
    The Washington Monthly, October 1998, pp. 34-36
  123. Living on the Fault Line
    In a great earthquake, brick buildings collapse and panic is general
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1981, pp. 29-37
  124. Looking at the Sun (1994)
    The Rise of the New East Asian Economic and Political System
    7 Reviews, 2 Readable
  125. Looking at the Sun
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1993, pp. 69-101
  126. M-16: A Bureaucratic Horror Story
    Why the rifles jammed
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1981, pp. 56-65
  127. Macau's Big Gamble
    China rolls the dice
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 2007, pp. 96-108
  128. Making It' Revisited: Nader, Podhoretz, and Morris
    Artists aren't the only ones whose integrity suffers when they pass a certain point on ...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1973, pp. 57-65
  129. [+]
    The Making of LA (Review)
    Material Dreams, by Kevin Starr
    1. Material Dreams by Kevin Starr
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1990, pp. 108-110
  130. [+]
    Manila Fudge (2 Reviews)
    How the U.S. tries to have it both ways in the Philippines.
    1. Waltzing with a Dictator by Raymond Bonner
    2. Inside the Philippine Revolution by William Chapman
    The Washington Monthly, September 1987, p. 53
  131. Mary Mccarthy- The Blinders She Wears
    In her brief career as a political reporter she has mastered all the self-limiting tric...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1974, pp. 5-17
  132. Mary Mccarthy-The Blinders She Wears
    In her brief career as a political reporter she has mastered all the self-limiting tric...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1977, pp. 55-63
  133. The Media's Rush to Judgment
    Quick, facile pronouncements on Clinton, the Gulf War, and Japan dramatize a dangerous ...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1994, pp. 10-15
  134. Moral Myopia Michael Straight, Jack Anderson, The New York Review, and The Washington M...
    Jack Anderson can take criticism, but the higher-toned folks can't.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1974, pp. 53-58
  135. Moral Myopia the Cigarette Scandal
    More people are dying of lung cancer, more people are smoking cigarettes, and more ciga...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1976, pp. 4-16
  136. More Like Us (1989)
    Making America Great Again
    9 Reviews, 2 Readable
  137. The Most Famous Journalist in America
    Joseph Kraft has days on which he's as good as he thinks he is, but too often too littl...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1975, pp. 4-21
  138. Mr. Zhang Builds His Dream Town
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2007, pp. 84-96
  139. Murder By the Book: The State Department's Biographic Register
    Why Richard Welch, the CIA station chief killed in Athens, was fingered by a State Depa...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1976, pp. 22-28
  140. Musical Chairs
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2009, p. 22
  141. National Defense (1981)
    18 Reviews, 5 Readable
  142. The New Celebrities of Washington
    The New York Review of Books, June 12, 1986, pp. 41-48
  143. The New College Chaos
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 2003, pp. 106-115
  144. [+]
    The New Face of Toil (Review)
    Brave New Workplace, by Robert Howard
    1. Brave New Workplace by Robert Howard
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1986, pp. 96-98
  145. No Hard Feelings?
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1988, pp. 71-78
  146. Notes & Comment: A Talk With Bill Clinton
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1996, pp. 20-27
  147. Notes & Comment: Did You Have a Good Week?
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1994, pp. 32-37
  148. Notes & Comment: Reading by Ear
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 2001, pp. 16-17
  149. Notes & Dispatches
    Forget the Yellowfin
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 2001, pp. 17-19
  150. Notes & Dispatches
    New Life for Moore's Law
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2001, pp. 44-50
  151. [+]
    On Political Books (Review)
    Self-Destruction, by Cincinnatus
    1. Self-Destruction by Cincinnatus
    The Washington Monthly, January 1981, pp. 55-56
  152. [+]
    On Political Books (Review)
    Governing America, by Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
    1. Governing America by Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1981, pp. 53-55
  153. [+]
    On Political Books (Review)
    Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol couldn't have cared less about the economy.
    1. Edie: American Girl by Jean Stein and George Plimpton
    The Washington Monthly, December 1982, pp. 56-57
  154. [+]
    On Political Books (2 Reviews)
    Nuclear wizards and Ivan the Vincible.
    1. The Threat by Andrew Cockburn
    2. The Wizards of Armageddon by Fred M. Kaplan
    The Washington Monthly, September 1983, pp. 52-55
  155. [+]
    On Political Books (Review)
    Having spent her life writing the chronicles of folly and disaster, Barbara Tuchman see...
    1. The March of Folly by Barbara W. Tuchman
    The Washington Monthly, March 1984, pp. 48-50
  156. On the Home Front: All Glory, No Guts
    For most of America, freeing Kuwait was just another free ride.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1991, pp. 21-23
  157. On the Job: Sheepskins Are For Sheep
    Diplomas look great on the wall, but they don't get the job done.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1980, pp. 9-17
  158. The Ordeal of Kenneth Adelman
    Conservatives and liberals battle over the future of the Arms Control and Disarmament A...
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1983, pp. 31-59
  159. Organize Your Life!
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 2004, pp. 171-176
  160. The Panic Gap
    The National Interest, Winter 1994, pp. 40-45
  161. [+]
    A Parable of Automation (3 Reviews)
    Forces of Production, by David F. Noble
    1. Forces of Production by David F. Noble
    2. Computerized Manufacturing Automation
    3. Human Resource Implications of Robotics by H. Allan Hunt and Timothy L. Hunt
    The New York Review of Books, September 27, 1984, pp. 11-16
  162. [+]
    Patrick Buchanan (Review)
    He can be a likable character but his politics are poisonous.
    1. Right from the Beginning by Patrick J. Buchanan
    The Washington Monthly, April 1988, pp. 42-55
  163. [+]
    A Perfectible Culture (Review)
    Who Prospers?, by Lawrence E. Harrison
    1. Who Prospers? by Lawrence E. Harrison
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1992, pp. 152-155
  164. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Blood, Class, and Nostalgia, by Christopher Hitchens
    1. Blood, Class, and Nostalgia by Christopher Hitchens
    The Washington Monthly, November 1990, pp. 59-62
  165. Picking Up the Tab
    The government's ban knocked the bottom out of the cyclamate business. But the people w...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1972, pp. 20-29
  166. On Political Books
    [+]
    Plains Talk (Review)
    What Jimmy Carter's first bid for public office tells us about politics today.
    1. Turning Point by Jimmy Carter
    The Washington Monthly, November 1992, pp. 43-47
  167. [+]
    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Schooled to Order, by David Nasaw
    1. Schooled to Order by David Nasaw
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    1. Promise and Performance by Bruce Adams and Kathryn Kavanaugh-Baran
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    1. The Question of Separatism by Jane Jacobs
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    1. Bread and Circuses by Patrick Brantlinger
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    1. Mirror of Language by Kenji Hakuta
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  180. Politics: A Democrat Who Admits It
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  184. The President and the Press
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  187. Profile: The Political Scientists
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  188. Public Affairs: A Triumph of Misinformation
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  189. Pursuits & Retreats
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    1. The Enigma of Japanese Power by Karel van Wolferen
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  197. Report & Comment
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  198. Reports & Comment
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  199. Reports & Comment
    Washington: The Vietnam Generation
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1981, pp. 18-26
  200. Reports & Comment
    Indonesia: An Effort to Hold Together
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1982, pp. 8-21
  201. Reports & Comment
    Washington: Endless Spending
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1984, pp. 18-27
  202. Reports & Comment
    Alaska: Nigeria of the North
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1984, pp. 18-21
  203. Reports & Comment
    Washington: See If Anybody Salutes
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1984, pp. 12-13
  204. Reports & Comment
    Houston: A Permanent Boomtown
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1985, pp. 16-27
  205. Reports & Comment
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  206. Reports & Comment
    Washington: The Three Fiscal Crises
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1985, pp. 18-27
  207. Reports & Comment
    East Asia: Letter From Tokyo
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1986, pp. 14-19
  208. Reports & Comment
    Language: Esperanto Lives
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1986, pp. 14-23
  209. Reports & Comment
    Defense: The Spend-up
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1986, pp. 27-31
  210. Reports & Comment
    The Far East: No-Fat City
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1986, pp. 24-27
  211. Reports & Comment
    Modern Times
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1987, pp. 24-25
  212. Reports & Comment
    East Asia: The Rice Plot
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1987, pp. 22-25
  213. Reports & Comment
    Japanese Yearnings
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1987, pp. 16-17
  214. Reports & Comment
    East Asia: Gradgrind's Heirs
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1987, pp. 16-23
  215. Reports & Comment
    The White Peril
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1987, pp. 18-19
  216. Reports & Comment
    Korea: The Burden of Omnipotence
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1987, pp. 20-25
  217. Reports & Comment
    Japan: Playing by Different Rules
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1987, pp. 22-31
  218. Reports & Comment
    The Far East: The Other Japan
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1988, pp. 16-19
  219. Reports & Comment
    The Philippines: The Bases Dilemma
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1988, pp. 18-29
  220. Reports & Comment
    The Far East: Asian Journal
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1988, pp. 20-25
  221. Reports & Comment
    Trade: Korea Is Not Japan
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1988, pp. 22-33
  222. Reports & Comment
    Japan: Let Them Defend Themselves
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1989, pp. 17-25
  223. Reports & Comment
    Japan: Land of Plenty
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1989, pp. 29-32
  224. Reports & Comment
    Tokyo: The Hard Life
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1989, pp. 16-25
  225. Reports & Comment
    The Far East: A Few Pointser
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1989, pp. 24-33
  226. Reports & Comment
    Tokyo: Japanese Bootstraps
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1990, pp. 26-29
  227. Reports & Comment
    Vietnam: Shut out
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1991, pp. 42-50
  228. Reports & Comment
    Japan: Nationalism, Not Racism
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1992, pp. 28-32
  229. Reports & Comment
    Vietnam: Low-Class Conclusions
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1993, pp. 38-46
  230. Reports & Comment
    Malaysia: Rotten Royals
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1993, pp. 42-47
  231. Reports & Comments
    Washington: Endless Deficits
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1982, pp. 10-24
  232. Reports and Comment
    Washington: Defense, Taxes, and the Budget
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1981, pp. 7-10
  233. Reports and Comment
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    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1991, pp. 22-25
  234. Reports and Comment
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  235. Reportss and Comment
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    1. Contract with America by Ed Gillespie
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    1. All Things to All Men by Godfrey Hodgson
    The New Republic, October 18, 1980, pp. 30-31
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    1. Old Money by Nelson W. Aldrich, Jr.
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    1. Pizza in Pushkin Square by Victor Ripp
    The Washington Monthly, September 1990, pp. 58-62
  241. [+]
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    1. Race and Culture: A World View by Thomas Sowell
    The Washington Monthly, January 1995, pp. 59-60
  242. Features
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  243. [+]
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    The New York Review of Books, April 1, 1982, pp. 15-18
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    3. U.S. Jobs and the Mexico Trade Proposal by Jeff Faux and William Spriggs
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    The New York Review of Books, November 7, 1991, pp. 46-50
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    1. 1999: Victory Without War~~Nineteen Ninety-Nine: Victory Without War by Richard M. Nixon
    The New York Review of Books, July 21, 1988, pp. 17-18
  247. The Gospel Reconsidered
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    The Washington Monthly, March 1989, pp. 42-43
  248. The Screwing of The Average Taxpayer
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    The Washington Monthly, January 1973, pp. 38-48
  249. The Washington Sandbag Avoidance and Mine Detector Kit
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    The Washington Monthly, September 1976, pp. 18-24
  250. Sport: "Throwing Like a Girl"
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  251. The Stoning of Donald Regan: How I Set Off Washington's Great Gaffe Machine
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  252. Success Without Victory
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  254. Symposium: What Is To Be Done?
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  255. Books
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    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1994, pp. 133-137
  256. Taxis in the Sky
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  257. Technology
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  258. Technology
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  259. Technology
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  260. Technology
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  261. Technology
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  262. Technology
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  263. Technology
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  264. Technology
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  265. Technology
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    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2007, pp. 144-147
  266. Technology: A Thousand Words
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  267. Technology: E-Mail Out of Every Plug
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  268. Technology: Inside the Leviathan
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  269. Technology: Networking
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  270. Technology: Open Secrets
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  271. Technology: Spy's-Eye View
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  272. Technology: The Electric Mind Meld
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  273. Technology: Tinfoil Underwear
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    1. The Cult of Information by Theodore Roszak
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  275. Three Hungry Democrats
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  276. Toys/Computer Romance, Part II
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  277. Toys/Living With a Computer
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    The New York Review of Books, December 17, 1981, pp. 26-31
  279. Travel
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  280. Travel
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  281. Travel: An Asian Agenda
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1991, pp. 110-113
  282. Travel: Beyond Prague
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1998, pp. 40-54
  283. Travel: Net Gains
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1994, pp. 32-37
  284. Travel: Senses of Place
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  285. Travel: Shanghai Surprise
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1988, pp. 76-78
  286. Travel: Strangers in Paradise
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  287. Travel: The Joys of Japan
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  288. Travel: The Most Beautiful Place in the World
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  289. Travel: Washington for Beginners
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  290. Travels
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  291. Trouble With the Air Force's Eagle
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  292. Uncle Sam Buys an Airplane
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  293. The View From There
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  294. Viva Bilingualism
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  295. Waco, Wilt and the Ama
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  296. Waging the Media Battle
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    The New York Review of Books, March 1, 1990, pp. 14-18
  298. Washington's New Celebrities
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  303. What the Presidential Candidates Should Talk About (But Probably Won't). A Round-up by ...
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  305. What's Wrong With Testing?
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  306. Meanwhile, Back at the Statehouse:
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  307. Books
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  308. When George Meets John
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  314. Who's A Snob and Who's Not
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  315. Why Americans Hate the Media
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  319. Will Editors Ever Love Flaubert?
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  320. Will Iran Be Next?
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  325. Zbig Without Cy
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  326. Features
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