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              March 1996 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
              2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-11
              3. Devil in the Details by Robyn Gearey, pp. 12-13
              4. Storylines by Robert Kuttner, pp. 14-16
              5. Controversy: Unsolved Mysteries: The Tocqueville Files by Michael Schudson, pp. 17-19
              6. Unravelling From Above by Theda Skocpol, pp. 20-24
              7. Couch-Potato Democracy? by Richard M. Valelly, p. 25
              8. Reponse by Robert D. Putnam, pp. 26-29
              9. Orbit of Influence by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 30-36
              10. How the West Is Won by Samantha Sanchez, pp. 37-42
              11. We'll Talk About That by Tom DeVries, pp. 43-49
              12. Animal House Meets Church Lady by Paul Safier, pp. 50-53
              13. The Crusades That's Killing Prosperity by Lester Thurow, pp. 54-59
              14. The Surrender of Economic Policy by James K. Galbraith, pp. 60-67
              15. The Ultimate Self-Referral by Stuart Schear, pp. 68-73
              16. Global Villagers by Alejandro Portes, pp. 74-78
              17. State of the Debate by Harold Meyerson, pp. 79-88
              18. Passions of Crime by Jerome H. Skolnick, pp. 89-95
              19. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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              May 1996 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
              2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-10
              3. Devil in the Details by Robyn Gearey, p. 11
              4. Storylines by Jonathan Cohn, pp. 12-15
              5. Controversy: Unsolved Mysteries: The Tocqueville Files II by William A. Galston, pp. 16-17
              6. The Downside of Social Capital by Alejandro Portes and Patricia Landolt, pp. 18-21
              7. Welfare Reform as I Knew It by David T. Ellwood, pp. 22-29
              8. The Corrosive Politics of Virtue by James A. Morone, pp. 30-39
              9. Rewarding Work by Barry Bluestone and Teresa Ghilarducci, pp. 40-46
              10. Toward a More Perfect Union by Richard Rothstein, pp. 47-53
              11. Straight From the Sixties by Todd Gitlin, pp. 54-59
              12. Saving Their Assets by Judith E. Bell, pp. 60-66
              13. "F" Is for Fizzle by Peter Schrag, pp. 67-71
              14. The Biggest Deal by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 72-75
              15. Social Security on the Table by Joseph F. Quinn and Olivia S. Mitchell, pp. 76-81
              16. Behind the Numbers by John Schmitt, pp. 82-85
              17. The Bedside Reader by Sidney Perkowitz, pp. 86-89
              18. State of the Debate by David Greenberg, pp. 90-95
              19. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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              July 1996 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
              2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-9
              3. Below the Beltway by David Kusnet, pp. 10-13
              4. Controversy by Frances Fox Piven, p. 14
              5. Response by David Ellwood, p. 15
              6. Correspondence, pp. 16-19
              7. Return of the Native by Sidney Blumenthal, pp. 20-27
              8. Social Compact, Version 2.0 by Bernard Avishai, pp. 28-35
              9. The Starbucks Solution by Richard Rothstein, pp. 36-42
              10. Drift or Mandate? by Walter Dean Burnham, pp. 43-49
              11. Computing Our Way to Educational Reform by Paul Starr, pp. 50-59
              12. Computer Clubhouses in the Inner City by Mitchel Resnick and Natalie Rusk, pp. 60-68
              13. Children in the Digital Age by Kathryn C. Montgomery, pp. 69-74
              14. Social Change One on One by Gary Walker and Marc Freedman, pp. 75-82
              15. Behind the Numbers, pp. 83-89
              16. State of the Debate by Martin Walker, pp. 90-95
              17. How Low Can You Go? by Art Levine, pp. 96-98
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              September 1996 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
              2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-11
              3. Devil in the Details by Robyn Gearey, pp. 12-17
              4. Controversy: On the Politics of Virtue by Steven Teles, p. 18
              5. Divorce from the Facts by David Blankenhorn, p. 19
              6. Reply by James A. Morone, pp. 20-21
              7. Correspondence, pp. 22-23
              8. Back from the Dead by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 24-33
              9. Private Heroism and Public Purpose by Stanley B. Greenberg, pp. 34-40
              10. Motor Votor or Motivated Voter? by Marshall Ganz, pp. 41-49
              11. Is God Republican? by Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore, pp. 50-56
              12. Fighting the Establishment (Clause) by Jennifer Bradley, pp. 57-60
              13. Take the Iniative, Please by Peter Schrag, pp. 61-65
              14. Delivering for Young Families by Theda Skocpol, pp. 66-73
              15. Starting Small, Thinking Big by Irving B. Harris, pp. 74-77
              16. State of the Debate by Robert Kuttner, pp. 78-86
              17. Who Won the Cold War? by Jacob Heilbrunn, pp. 87-95
              18. How Low Can You Go? by Art Levine, pp. 96-98
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              November 1996 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
              2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-10
              3. Devil in the Details by Jason G. Zengerle and Amy D. Burke, pp. 11-12
              4. Controversy: Of Economists and Liberals by Paul Krugman, pp. 13-14
              5.  ---  by Robert Kuttner, pp. 15-16
              6. Correspondence, pp. 17-20
              7. The Balanced Budget Trap by Karen M. Paget, pp. 21-29
              8. The Great Social Security Scare by Jerry L. Mashaw and Theodore R. Marmor, pp. 30-33
              9. A Secure System by Robert M. Ball, pp. 34-37
              10. The Aging Opportunity by Marc Freedman, pp. 38-43
              11. Will Class Trump Gender? by Wendy Kaminer, pp. 44-52
              12. Liberty, Community, and the National Idea by Alan Brinkley, pp. 53-59
              13. Eyes on the Street by Jonathan Eig, pp. 60-68
              14. Multimedia and Multiple Intelligences by Shirley Veenema and Howard Gardner, pp. 69-76
              15. Yes, Union by Beth Schulman, pp. 77-81
              16. Conceding Success, pp. 82-87
              17. The Other Edmund Wilson by Scott Stossel, pp. 88-95
              18. How Low Can You Go? by Paul Starr, pp. 96-98
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              Winter 1996 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
              2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-9
              3. Devil in the Details, pp. 10-11
              4. Storylines by Robyn Gearey, pp. 12-14
              5. Controversies by Richard H. Pildes, p. 15
              6. Bad History, Bad Politics by Jamin B. Raskin, pp. 16-17
              7. Response by Carol M. Swain, pp. 18-19
              8. Correspondence, pp. 20-23
              9. The Populist Road to Hell by Peter Schrag, pp. 24-30
              10. Children's Crusade by Jonathan Cohn, pp. 31-33
              11. The Strange Disappearance of Civic America by Robert D. Putnam, pp. 34-49
              12. Virtuality and Its Discontents by Sherry Turkle, pp. 50-58
              13. Toxic Cash by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 59-65
              14. Come the Devolution by Lenny Goldberg, pp. 66-71
              15. Dear Brother Sweeney by Thomas Geoghegan, pp. 72-74
              16. Moving From the 'Hood by Peter Dreier and David Moberg, pp. 75-79
              17. Does Liberalism Cause Sex? by Jane Mauldon and Kristin Luker, pp. 80-85
              18. Behind the Numbers by Dean Baker, pp. 86-89
              19. The Bedside Reader by Robert C. Lieberman, pp. 90-95
              20. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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