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Divided They Govern
The American Prospect, Fall 1992, pp. 124-138
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    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 24 Issues, 451 Articles
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      Issues of 1992 = 4 Issues, 74 Articles
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        Spring 1992 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Contributors, pp. 5-6
        2. Liberalism, Socialism, and Democracy by Robert Kuttner, pp. 7-12
        3. Race, Liberalism, and Affirmative Action (I) by Randall Kennedy, pp. 13-14
        4. The Pressure Elite by John B. Judis, pp. 15-29
        5. A Lost Political Generation? by Jonathan S. Cohn, pp. 30-38
        6. The Great Environmental Awakening by Mark Sagoff, pp. 39-47
        7. Democratizing the Data Banks by James Packard Love, pp. 48-50
        8. What the States Can't Solve the Health Care Crisis by Deborah A. Stone, pp. 51-60
        9. States First by John E. McDonough, pp. 61-66
        10. Social Support for Self-Reliance by John E. Schwarz and Thomas J. Volgy, pp. 67-73
        11. Bringing Fathers Back In by Irwin Garfinkel, pp. 74-83
        12. Flexibility Trap by Virginia L. duRivage, pp. 84-93
        13. Rehnquist's Road to Serfdom by Wendy E. Parmet and Mary E. O'Connell, pp. 94-100
        14. Behind the Numbers by Fred Block and Robert Heilbroner, pp. 101-106
        15. From the Field by Karen Paget, pp. 107-118
        16. Race, Liberalism, and Affirmative Action (I) by Cornel West, pp. 119-121
        17. Racial Politics by Ronald Brownstein, pp. 122-124
        18. The Liberals' Loss of Nerve by Kenneth S. Tollett, pp. 125-126
        19. Response by Paul Starr, pp. 127-130
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        Summer 1992 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Contributors, pp. 5-6
        2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 7-10
        3. The Economic Stakes by Robert B. Reich, pp. 11-15
        4. Letters, pp. 16-18
        5. The Strong Case for Gun Control by Carl T. Bogus, pp. 19-28
        6. Life After Tight Money by James K. Galbraith, pp. 29-39
        7. Hidden Complications by James A. Morone, pp. 40-48
        8. The Quest for Community (Again) by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 49-54
        9. Talking Past East Other by Bob Blauner, pp. 55-64
        10. Quiet Success by J.S. Fuerst and Roy Petty, pp. 65-73
        11. From "Projects" to Communities by John Atlas and Peter Dreier, pp. 74-85
        12. Race, Liberalism, and Affirmative Action (II) by Theda Skocpol, pp. 86-90
        13. Back to Universals by Jim Sleeper, pp. 91-92
        14. The Road to Rectification by Robert S. Browne, pp. 93-95
        15. The Moral Dimension by Jonathan Rieder, pp. 96-97
        16. The Wreckage of Airline Deregulation by Richard C. Leone, pp. 98-99
        17. Lost in the Bermuda Triangle by Paul Stephen Dempsey, pp. 100-102
        18. Response by Mark S. Kahan, pp. 103-105
        19. Is the Strike Dead? by John Hoerr, pp. 106-118
        20. Feminism and Caregiving by Suzanne Gordon, pp. 119-130
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        Fall 1992 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Contributors, p. 5
        2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-8
        3. Passion, Memory, and Politics, 1992 by Paul Starr, pp. 9-10
        4. Controversy by Rogers M. Smith, pp. 11-16
        5. Letters, pp. 17-18
        6. The Rich, the Right, and the Facts by Paul R. Krugman, pp. 19-31
        7. Can We Put a Time Limit on Welfare? by Christopher Jencks, pp. 32-40
        8. The Limits of Teledemocracy by Michael Schudson, pp. 41-45
        9. Talk of the Future by James S. Fishkin, pp. 46-52
        10. Memo on Presidential Transition by Richard E. Neustadt, pp. 53-60
        11. Accounting the Future by Robert B. Reich, pp. 61-65
        12. The Way We Won by Doris Kearns Goodwin, pp. 66-70
        13. Shopping for Innovation by Ralph Nader, Eleanor J. Lewis, and Eric Weltman, pp. 71-78
        14. Investing on the Frontier by Michael Borrus, pp. 79-87
        15. The Pork Barrel Objection by Steven Kelman, pp. 88-90
        16. Conversion to Competitiveness by Jay Stowsky and Burgess Laird, pp. 91-98
        17. The Faster Track by Peter H. Stone, pp. 99-105
        18. Where Private Investment Fails by Bennett Harrison, pp. 106-114
        19. Conversion Then and Now by David Casagrande, pp. 115-123
        20. Divided They Govern by Richard M. Valelly, pp. 124-138
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        Winter 1992 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Contributors, pp. 5-6
        2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 7-13
        3. Suite Greed by Robert B. Reich, pp. 14-17
        4. Letters, pp. 18-20
        5. Follow Through by Jonathan S. Cohn, pp. 21-24
        6. Is There a Democratic Economics? by Robert Kuttner, pp. 25-37
        7. Confessions of an Airline Deregulator by Mark S. Kahan, pp. 38-50
        8. More Like Them? by Alan S. Blinder, pp. 51-60
        9. Race, Gender, and the Supreme Court by Deborah A. Stone, pp. 61-73
        10. Invisible Woman by Katherine Tate, pp. 74-81
        11. Dealing With Legalization by Doug Bandow, pp. 82-91
        12. The Limits of Legalization by Elliott Currie, pp. 92-97
        13. Can Democracy Save Chicago's Schools? by David Moberg, pp. 98-108
        14. Gangs in the Post-Industrial Ghetto by Jerome H. Skolnick, pp. 109-120
        15. Domestic Urges, Foreign Obsessions by Richard J. Barnet, pp. 121-130
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      Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 72 Articles
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        Issues of 1995 = 4 Issues, 70 Articles
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          Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 111 Articles
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            Issues of 1997 = 6 Issues, 124 Articles
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            Issues of the 2000s = 7 Years, 67 Issues, 1,598 Articles
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              Issues of 2003 = 7 Issues, 184 Articles
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                Issues of 2004 = 12 Issues, 338 Articles
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                  Issues of 2005 = 11 Issues, 279 Articles
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                    Issues of 2006 = 11 Issues, 260 Articles
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                      Issues of 2007 = 10 Issues, 241 Articles
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                        Issues of 2008 = 10 Issues, 229 Articles
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                          Issues of 2009 = 6 Issues, 67 Articles