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  1. Features
    The Battle for City University
    Lingua Franca, February 1993, pp. 24-31
  2. Burmese Hell
    World Policy Journal, Summer 1993, pp. 47-56
  3. Coloring the News (2001)
    How Political Correctness Has Corrupted American Journalism
    11 Reviews, 6 Readable
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    Coloring the News About Immigration (Review)
    Excerpts from William McGowan's Chapter on Immigration in the News
    1. Coloring the News by William McGowan
    The Social Contract, Spring 2002, pp. 176-182
  5. Machine Dreams: Retooling Fiction
    Why too few novels reflect the rich variety of American experience.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1985, pp. 42-46
  6. The Mob and the Deputy Chief of Staff
    Meet the White House's Harold Ickes: Longtime Democratic insider, and counsel to a mafi...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1994, pp. 9-13
  7. Mythconceptions
    Sri Lanka's strife is religious, not ethnic
    The New Republic, June 7, 1993, pp. 14-15
  8. Only Man Is Vile (1992)
    The Tragedy of Sri Lanka
    1 Review
  9. Postscript 9/11
    Media Coverage of Terrorism and Immigration
    CIS Backgrounder, April 2003, pp. 1-12
  10. Race and Reporting
    Is "Diversity" at Odds with Objectivity?
    City Journal, Summer 1993, pp. 48-56
  11. Selling Out With a Smirk: Lessons from David Letterman, Susan Sontag, and David Byrne
    The most fashionable form of irony these days is also the least threatening.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1986, pp. 38-41
  12. Tigers by the Tail
    India's Quagmire in Sri Lanka
    The Nation, June 25, 1988, pp. 896-899
  13. Why We Can't Catch More Spies
    Too many "secrets," too many clearances, too few competent investigators, too little re...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1985, pp. 12-19
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