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  1. As the World Burns
    What will global warming do to the Bush ranch?
    The Washington Monthly, September 2002, pp. 8-9
  2. The Baby Boycott
    Conservatives thought that if they only made it harder for mothers to work, women would...
    The Washington Monthly, June 2001, pp. 14-19
  3. Bad Medicine
    Insurance Impunity
    The American Prospect, July 2003, pp. 60-62
  4. Black Robe
    There's one group of criminals judges still go easy on: themselves.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1992, pp. 19-22
  5. Blocking the Courthouse Door (2006)
    How the Republican Party and Its Corporate Allies Are Taking Away Your Right ...
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  6. Broken-Fingernail Feminism
    Educated women say they hate Naomi Wolf. So why do they read her books?
    The Washington Monthly, November 2001, pp. 44-47
  7. Buenos Aires Diarist: Falcon Crest
    The New Republic, June 23, 2003, pp. 38-40
  8. On Political Books
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    Bumper Mentality (Review)
    Americans buy SUVs to feel safer. They should buy life insurance, too.
    1. High and Mighty by Keith Bradsher
    The Washington Monthly, December 2002, pp. 44-45
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    Consumer Retort (Review)
    Give Me a Break, by John Stossel
    1. Give Me a Break by John Stossel
    The Washington Monthly, May 2004, pp. 56-59
  10. The Courts
    The Washington Monthly, August 2008, pp. 20-21
  11. Cover Story
    Daschle's Hillary Problem
    If the Senate majority leader runs for president, what will voters think of his lobbyis...
    The Washington Monthly, January 2002, pp. 26-29
  12. False Alarm
    How the media helps the insurance industry and the GOP promote the myth of America's "l...
    The Washington Monthly, October 2004, pp. 18-23
  13. On Political Books
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    The Girls' Guide to Plumbing and Fixing (Review)
    Why the latest women's lit will also appeal to men
    1. Dare to Repair by Julie Sussman and Stephanie Glakas-Tenet
    The Washington Monthly, May 2003, pp. 47-49
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    Green Genes (Review)
    Food, Inc., by Peter Pringle
    1. Food, Inc. by Peter Pringle
    The Washington Monthly, September 2003, pp. 58-59
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    High Court Homophobia (Review)
    Courting Justice, by Joyce Murdoch and Deb Price
    1. Courting Justice by Joyce Murdoch and Deb Price
    The Washington Monthly, July 2001, pp. 56-57
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    Iron Women (Review)
    Class Action, by Clara Bingham and Laura Leedy Gansler
    1. Class Action by Clara Bingham and Laura Leedy Gansler
    The Washington Monthly, June 2002, p. 54
  17. Features
    Lone-Star Justice
    Conservatives thought Clinton-bashing Judge Royce Lamberth was on their team-until he w...
    The Washington Monthly, April 2002, pp. 23-30
  18. Malpractice Makes Perfect
    How the GOP milks a phony doctors' insurance crisis.
    The Washington Monthly, October 2003, pp. 23-27
  19. The nefarious bureaucrat who's helping banks rip you off
    The New Republic, August 27, 2007, pp. 14-16
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    Objection, Your Honor (Review)
    See You in Court, by Thomas Geoghegan
    1. See You in Court by Thomas Geoghegan
    The Washington Monthly, September 2007, pp. 66-68
  21. On Political Books
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    Refried Dean (Review)
    Winning Back America, by Howard Dean
    1. Winning Back America by Howard Dean
    The Washington Monthly, February 2004, pp. 46-47
  22. Rich Man, Spore Man
    If the elite want to survive bioterrorism, they'll have to make sure the poor do, too.
    The Washington Monthly, December 2001, pp. 30-35
  23. Runway Inflation
    How flying wedding chapels and Alaskan bush pilots landed a share of the airline bailout.
    The Washington Monthly, March 2002, pp. 9-11
  24. Cover Story
    Scorin' With Orrin
    How the gentleman from Utah made it easier for kids to buy speed, steroids, and Spanish...
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 26-35
  25. Share the Health
    The Washington perk that hurts you most.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1992, pp. 11-16
  26. Take a Hike
    Why raising the minimum wage is an essential component of welfare reform; and why it wo...
    The New Republic, May 23, 1994, pp. 22-24
  27. Theocracy in America
    What Gentile life in Mormon Utah can teach us about church and state.
    The Washington Monthly, April 2001, pp. 27-32
  28. Features
    The Trouble With Frida Kahlo
    Uncomfortable truths about this season's hottest female artist.
    The Washington Monthly, June 2002, pp. 26-32
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    True Crime (Review)
    New York Murder Mystery, by Andrew Karmen
    1. New York Murder Mystery by Andrew Karmen
    The Washington Monthly, January 2001, pp. 54-57
  30. Features
    Violent Femmes
    On the big screen today, action babes are on top. Here's why men love it.
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 15-18
  31. Cover Story
    Weather 'tis Nobler in the Mind
    Al Gore lost in 2000 by going soft on the environment. He can win in 2004 by getting to...
    The Washington Monthly, July 2002, pp. 26-33
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    Why We Eat (Review)
    The science of obesity.
    1. The Hungry Gene by Ellen Ruppel Shell
    The Washington Monthly, October 2002, pp. 50-52
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