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  1. Body of Lies (2007)
    A Novel
  2. The Capital Crisis: Crying Wolf on Wall Street
    Treasury Secretary Simon says we can't afford the future. Stockbrokers say "Whoopie!"
    The Washington Monthly, November 1975, pp. 16-22
  3. Closing Up Bars and Closing Up Shop on the Monongahela
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, p. 52
  4. On Political Books
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    Closing Up Bars and Closing Up Shop on the Monongahela. (Review)
    In Pennsylvania, workers forged steel and a separate culture. Now both are almost gone.
    1. And the Wolf Finally Came by John P. Hoerr
    The Washington Monthly, October 1988, pp. 37-38
  5. On Political Books
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    The Courtier's Art (Review)
    Flattery through the ages.
    1. You're Too Kind by Richard Stengel
    The Washington Monthly, July 2000, pp. 37-38
  6. Dan Schorr: The Secret Sharer
    A detailed account of the last days of the investigative era that began with Watergate-...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1976, pp. 6-20
  7. On Political Books
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    A Father and a Spy (2 Reviews)
    A son's memoir and Soviet cable decrypts provide different perspectives on Alger Hiss.
    1. The View from Alger's Window by Tony Hiss
    2. Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America by John Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr
    The Washington Monthly, July 1999, pp. 39-40
  8. Books
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    A Hero of Islam (Review)
    The Vanished Imam, by Fouad Ajami
    1. The Vanished Imam by Fouad Ajami
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1986, p. 77
  9. How to Rebuild Lebanon
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1983, pp. 1140-1156
  10. The Increment (2009)
    A Novel
  11. Special Book Section
    Intimidation and Power: Games Losers Play
    A look at the new screw-your-buddy books.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1976, pp. 48-55
  12. Just the Facts: Special 39th Anniversary Section
    The Washington Monthly, January 1999, p. 26
  13. On Political Books
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    The Marx Mistake (Review)
    Greider reminds us how clever Marx was--and why he was ultimately wrong.
    1. One World, Ready or Not by William Greider
    The Washington Monthly, April 1997, pp. 42-45
  14. The Middle East Is Everybody's Fault
    By the year 2000, said the former National Security Council official, it is highly like...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1984, pp. 26-37
  15. Milton Friedman:The Ambiguous Achievement of a Positive Economist
    There is no such thing as a free: 1) Lunch 2) Market
    The Washington Monthly, December 1975, pp. 50-62
  16. The Morality of Medicine
    The Morality of Medicine
    The Washington Monthly, October 1973, pp. 21-27
  17. The Multinationals
    The New Republic, September 14, 1974, pp. 15-19
  18. National Economic Planning: Must It Be Orwellian?
    Who should the planners be? What should they do? How far should they be allowed to dict...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1976, pp. 55-61
  19. Special Christmas Book Section
    Paper Peacekeepers: The Unmet Promise of the UN
    A lot of sound and fury signifying nothing? You bet.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1985, pp. 34-35
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Warriors for Jerusalem, by Donald Neff
    1. Warriors for Jerusalem by Donald Neff
    The Washington Monthly, July 1984, p. 55
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Taking Sides, by Stephen J. Green
    1. Taking Sides by Stephen J. Green
    The Washington Monthly, July 1984, p. 55
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Secrets of State, by Barry Rubin
    1. Secrets of State by Barry Rubin
    The Washington Monthly, September 1985, pp. 54-55
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Alchemists of Revolution, by Richard E. Rubenstein
    1. Alchemists of Revolution by Richard E. Rubenstein
    The Washington Monthly, April 1987, p. 55
  24. Reinvent the CIA
    "Despite changes in the world, the old agency structure remains largely intact; the CIA...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1994, pp. 38-41
  25. Reports & Comment
    Washington: What's So Good About Gorbachev
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1988, pp. 14-17
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Between Washington and Jerusalem, by Wolf Blitzer
    1. Between Washington and Jerusalem by Wolf Blitzer
    The Washington Monthly, January 1986, p. 56
  27. Sanity in Our Mideastern Policy
    Shaking the Sheiks
    The oil princes should realize that we have enough economic weapons to take them down w...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1975, pp. 18-22
  28. SIRO (1991)
    2 Reviews
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    Spy for a New Millenium (Review)
    John le Carre takes on the global financial mobsters.
    1. Single and Single by John le Carre
    The Washington Monthly, May 1999, pp. 48-50
  30. The Twilight of the Rich
    The power of the Rockefellers and the Kennedys is starting to fade--but the correspondi...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1977, pp. 14-21
  31. Who Killed the Steel Industry?
    The Washington Monthly, March 1979, pp. 8-19
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