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  1. [+]
    America's Inc. Stain (Review)
    How the corporate imperative overwhelmed America's local decency.
    1. Making America Corporate, 1870-1920 by Olivier Zunz
    The Washington Monthly, September 1990, pp. 52-54
  2. Better Red than Steinbrenner
    Why fans should own their teams.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1986, pp. 13-19
  3. Beyond Money: Replacing the Gold Standard with the Golden Rule
    Want to be rich in a currency that's unlimited, inflation-proof, and can't be devalued ...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1990, pp. 32-37
  4. Big Oil's State Tax Loophole
    The Nation, June 28, 1980, pp. 782-789
  5. Bring Back the Havana Sugar Kings
    DC Gazette, November 1984, p. 19
  6. The Bush Freedom Tax
    A Republicn president has raised fees on exactly the things he wants immigrants to do--...
    The Washington Monthly, October 2004, pp. 13-15
  7. The Case for the Clean Slate
    One idea about reforming Congress that might finally force all those lawmakers to work ...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1994, pp. 10-11
  8. On Political Books
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    Commons Sense (Review)
    Democrats, as well as Republicans, need to unhook themselves from the central state.
    1. CommonWealth: A Return to Citizen Politics by Harry C. Boyte
    The Washington Monthly, January 1990, pp. 51-54
  9. The Cult of M1
    Monetarism might seem silly if it weren't so dangerous.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1983, pp. 14-23
  10. Summer Special: Who Should Get What in Washington--and Why
    Down and Out in Washington on $89,500 a Year
    Congress isn't underpaid. The rest of Washington is overpaid.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1989, pp. 12-17
  11. The Dream Weaver
    DC Gazette, June 1983, p. 7
  12. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Foreign Policy
    How Ronald Reagan is like Mrs. Rosenthal, and why Havana should be in the American League.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1984, pp. 38-47
  13. Features
    The GDP Myth
    Why "growth" isn't always a good thing.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1999, pp. 17-21
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    God and Mammon (Review)
    The free market is less conservative than you think.
    1. Turbo-Capitalism by Edward N. Luttwak
    The Washington Monthly, April 1999, pp. 38-41
  15. The Greek Chorus
    Jimmy the Greek got it wrong, but so did his critics.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1988, pp. 31-33
  16. Features
    The Green Monster
    How rich sports makes poor sports
    The Washington Monthly, October 2000, pp. 36-40
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    Gubernatorial Goldrush (Review)
    Why the Terminator is no Gipper.
    1. Governor Reagan: His Rise to Power by Lou Cannon
    The Washington Monthly, December 2003, pp. 49-51
  18. How Chicago Fights Red-lining
    DC Gazette, May 1974, pp. 25-27
  19. The Nation
    How Property Taxes Could Be Cut a Third
    DC Gazette, November 8, 1972, p. 6
  20. How the Democrats Learned To Love the Three-Martini Lunch
    You'd think Republican fat cats would be the only ones protecting expense account living.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1985, pp. 10-21
  21. I Like Mike
    But I'd like Michael Kinsley even better if he'd wear his heart on his sleeve more often.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1987, pp. 50-53
  22. I Was a Spear Carrier in the War on Poverty
    At VISTA, we were less interested in priming the pump than in fixing the boiler.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1984, pp. 38-47
  23. If the GDP Is Up, Why Is America Down?
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1995, pp. 59-79
  24. Controversy
    Imagebusters, the Sequel
    The American Prospect, Spring 1994, pp. 108-114
  25. The Stupidity of Free-Market Chic . . .
    . . . In Eastern Europe
    How American economics is hurting Polish capitalism.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1990, pp. 20-26
  26. Features
    Is the Corporation Obsolete?
    Corporate irresponsibility? Predatory behavior? Blame the charter-and rewrite it.
    The Washington Monthly, July 2001, pp. 38-42
  27. Just the Facts: Special 39th Anniversary Section
    The Washington Monthly, January 1999, p. 29
  28. On Political Books
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    Loot Court (Review)
    How Harvard Law devours its young.
    1. Broken Contract by Richard D. Kahlenberg
    The Washington Monthly, June 1992, pp. 39-42
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    Machiavelli With a Pious Face (Review)
    Ralph Reed is great with political tactics. It's right and wrong he seems to have troub...
    1. Active Faith by Ralph Reed
    The Washington Monthly, October 1996, pp. 46-49
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    Maid to Order (Review)
    The Third World women who leave their children to take care of ours.
    1. Global Woman by Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild, ...
    The Washington Monthly, July 2003, pp. 47-51
  31. On Political Books
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    The Majesty of the Commons (Review)
    Will an ever-expanding market kill prosperity?
    1. Silent Theft by David Bollier
    The Washington Monthly, April 2002, pp. 48-51
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Trust, by Francis Fukuyama
    1. Trust by Francis Fukuyama
    The Washington Monthly, October 1995, p. 58
  33. Murder by Deportation
    Why the State Department sends Salvadoran refugees home to die.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1984, pp. 12-22
  34. Nobel Fever: Why the Engineers Left the Shop Floor
    The secret to our economic decline may be that our engineering students wear white coat...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1984, pp. 12-22
  35. The Official 1984 Reagan Storecard
    In 1981, we told you what to watch for. Now the results are in on whether Ronald Reagan...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1984, pp. 30-46
  36. The City
    Outlying Precincts
    DC Gazette, November 1981, p. 9
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Fiasco, by Jack Anderson and James Boyd
    1. Fiasco by Jack Anderson and James Boyd
    The Washington Monthly, December 1983, p. 59
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Oil Follies of 1970-1980, by Robert Sherrill
    1. The Oil Follies of 1970-1980 by Robert Sherrill
    The Washington Monthly, December 1983, p. 60
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Red Carpet, by Joseph Finder
    1. Red Carpet by Joseph Finder
    The Washington Monthly, July 1983, p. 59
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Profits Without Production, by Seymour Melman
    1. Profits Without Production by Seymour Melman
    The Washington Monthly, October 1983, p. 59
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Bird, by Lee Daniel Levine
    1. Bird by Lee Daniel Levine
    The Washington Monthly, May 1989, p. 55
  42. Ralph Nader Reconsidered
    He's called a consumer advocate, but he really stands for much more.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1985, pp. 12-20
  43. Ralph Nader Reconsidered
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, pp. 65-67
  44. Cover Story
    Reach Out And Annoy Someone
    When public space turns private, we're all stuck listening to the noise
    The Washington Monthly, November 2000, pp. 35-37
  45. Cover Story
    Reassigning Tim Russert
    Getting Washington reporters to cover things that count
    The Washington Monthly, March 2001, pp. 38-39
  46. Reinventing American Capitalism
    Reinventing the Corporation
    The public gives corporations their right to exist and asks very little in return. It d...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1996, pp. 16-23
  47. Keeping up with the Press
    Reporters: The New Washington Elite
    What happens when the critics of the Establishment start going to its parties?
    The Washington Monthly, July 1985, pp. 20-27
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Making Americans, by Quentin Anderson
    1. Making Americans by Quentin Anderson
    The Washington Monthly, December 1992, pp. 59-62
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    The Romantic Hart (Review)
    Trying to reinvent himself as a 20th-century Jefferson, Gary Hart again reveals his flaws.
    1. The Good Fight by Gary Hart
    The Washington Monthly, July 1993, pp. 52-56
  50. Speed
    DC Gazette, December 1982, pp. 3-5
  51. On Political Books
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    Taking Conservatives Seriously (Review)
    Lessons from the right-wing emergence.
    1. The Rise of the Counter-Establishment by Sidney Blumenthal
    The Washington Monthly, December 1986, pp. 41-44
  52. Taxing paper property
    DC Gazette, March 1975, pp. 2-4
  53. On Political Books
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    This Smut's For You (Review)
    For all their jeremiads about the decline in traditional values, Republicans are ignori...
    1. Marketing Madness by Michael F. Jacobson and Laurie Ann Mazur
    The Washington Monthly, June 1995, pp. 52-54
  54. Three Good Ideas for Any Health Reform Bill
    Progressive Review, April 1994, pp. 1-2
  55. The Trick in a Treaty
    Tax Dodging at the State Level
    The Nation, April 15, 1978, pp. 431-433
  56. Weather Report
    Voluntary Economics
    DC Gazette, October 1982, pp. 9-10
  57. Weather Report
    Reds
    DC Gazette, February 1982, p. 9
  58. American Capitalism: How It Fails, How It Can Be Saved
    Weirton Steel: Buying Out the Bosses
    How the citizens of a West Virginia town saved a dying company.
    The Washington Monthly, January 1984, pp. 34-46
  59. What Citibank Can Learn from the House Bank
    And what the insulated media can learn from my bounced check.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1992, pp. 10-15
  60. What's Un-Christian About the Christian Right
    They're still trying to put that camel through the needle's eye.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1995, pp. 44-49
  61. Who's on Right?
    DC Gazette, July 1982, p. 33
  62. Why Liberals Should Hate the Insanity Defense
    When we let psychiatrists into the courtroom, the results are often unjust and sometime...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1984, pp. 39-46
  63. Features
    The Worst Tax
    How payroll taxes have hurt America's working class.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1997, pp. 17-20
  64. "Your Response Is Your Character"
    Where Porky Pig and my Latin teacher went wrong.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1988, pp. 18-24
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    Zen and the Art of Cultural Misappropriation (Review)
    Learning the right lessons of Japanese schools.
    1. The Japanese Educational Challenge by Merry White
    The Washington Monthly, May 1987, pp. 49-51
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