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When Preferences Disappear
The American Prospect, January 1997, pp. 38-41
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    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 24 Issues, 451 Articles
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                January 1997 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Editors' Note & Contributors, pp. 4-5
                2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-11
                3. Below the Beltway by John B. Judis, pp. 12-14
                4. Devil in the Details by Jason Gray Zengerle, p. 15
                5. Controversy: Is There a Social Security Crisis? by Sam Beard, pp. 16-17
                6.  ---  by Jerry L. Mashaw and Theodore R. Marmor, pp. 18-19
                7. Correspondence, pp. 20-23
                8. Breaching the Great Wall by Chalmers Johnson, pp. 24-29
                9. The New China Lobby by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 30-37
                10. When Preferences Disappear by Peter Schrag, pp. 38-41
                11. Are Black Diplomas Worth Less? by Martin Carnoy and Richard Rothstein, pp. 42-46
                12. Welfare As We Might Know It by Mary Jo Bane, pp. 47-55
                13. Clean Elections, How To by Ellen S. Miller, pp. 56-59
                14. Dead Center by Harold Meyerson, pp. 60-67
                15. Why Boomers Don't Spell Bust, pp. 68-72
                16. Who Governs Globalism? by William Greider, pp. 73-80
                17. Behind the Numbers by Rebecca M. Blank, pp. 81-85
                18. State of the Debate by Jerome H. Skolnick, pp. 86-91
                19. Quayle Hunting by Jonathan Chait, pp. 92-95
                20. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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                March 1997 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. Editors' Note & Contributors, pp. 4-5
                2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-9
                3. Devil in the Details by Jason Gray Zengerle, pp. 10-11
                4. Controversy: Why Did Clinton Win? by Robert Kuttner, p. 12
                5.  ---  by Will Marshall, pp. 13-16
                6.  ---  by Robert L. Borosage and Stanley B. Greenberg, pp. 17-20
                7.  ---  by Mark Penn, pp. 21-22
                8. Correspondence, pp. 23-27
                9. The Limits of Markets by Robert Kuttner, pp. 28-36
                10. A Global Warning by Ross Gelbspan, pp. 37-41
                11. Bedside Manna by Deborah A. Stone, pp. 42-48
                12. Can New Labour Dance the Clinton? by Steven M. Teles, pp. 49-57
                13. Overworked and Underemployed by Barry Bluestone and Stephen Rose, pp. 58-69
                14. The Shaming Sham by Carl F. Horowitz, pp. 70-75
                15. Seeing Through Computers by Sherry Turkle, pp. 76-82
                16. Behind the Numbers by Jeff Madrick, pp. 83-87
                17. State of the Debate by Michael Kazin, pp. 88-92
                18. Indelible Colors by Todd Gitlin, pp. 93-95
                19. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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                May 1997 Issue = 23 Articles
                1. Editors' Note & Contributors, pp. 4-5
                2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-10
                3. Devil in the Details by Jason Gray Zengerle, pp. 11-13
                4. Below the Beltway by John B. Judis, pp. 14-16
                5. Storylines by Jonathan Cohn, pp. 17-19
                6. Controversy: Clean Elections, Continued by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 20-21
                7.  ---  by Becky Cain, p. 22
                8.  ---  by Ellen S. Miller, p. 23
                9.  ---  by Paul Starr, pp. 24-25
                10. Up From Bipartisanship by Robert B. Reich, pp. 26-32
                11. The Hidden Paradox of Welfare Reform by Christopher Jencks, pp. 33-41
                12. The Devil in Devolution by John D. Donahue, pp. 42-48
                13. The Mystery of the Falling Crime Rate by David C. Anderson, pp. 49-55
                14. No Bargain by Chester L. Mirsky and Gabriel Kahn, pp. 56-57
                15. Gangbusters by Daniel J. Sharfstein, pp. 58-65
                16. Guilty by Association by Randall Kennedy, pp. 66-67
                17. The Other Civic America by Andrew Greeley, pp. 68-73
                18. The Big Tilt by Sidney Verba, Kay Lehman Schlozman, and Henry E. Brady, ..., pp. 74-80
                19. Behind the Numbers by Dean Baker, pp. 81-85
                20. State of the Debate by Arlene Skolnick, pp. 86-94
                21. Who's Afraid of Michael Jordan? by Scott Stossel, pp. 95-100
                22. Hoop Schemes? by Jason Gray Zengerle, pp. 101-103
                23. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 104-106
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                July 1997 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. Editors' Note & Contributors, pp. 4-5
                2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-9
                3. Devil in the Details by Jason Zengerle, pp. 10-11
                4. Controversy: Family Feud by David Blankenhorn and Maggie Gallagher, pp. 12-15
                5. Response by Arlene Skolnick, pp. 16-17
                6. The Moynihan Enigma by Jacob Heilbrunn, pp. 18-24
                7. How She Got a Job by Michael Grunwald, pp. 25-29
                8. What Russia Teaches Us Now by Stephen Holmes, pp. 30-39
                9. Lingo Jingo by Geoffrey Nunberg, pp. 40-47
                10. The Chile Con by Stephen J. Kay, pp. 48-52
                11. Popping Contributions by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 53-59
                12. Regressive Recovery by Peter Schrag, pp. 60-65
                13. The Real China Question by Greg Mastel, pp. 66-70
                14. Behind the Numbers by Lawrence Mishel, pp. 71-73
                15. The Sexual Counterrevolution by Scott Stossel, pp. 74-82
                16. Back to Boys' School by Jason Zengerle, pp. 83-85
                17. How We Lost the Peace Dividend by Ann Markusen, pp. 86-95
                18. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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                September 1997 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. Contributors & Editors' Note, pp. 4-5
                2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-9
                3. Devil in the Details by Jonathan Chait, Edward Cohn, and Jason Zengerle, pp. 10-11
                4. Below the Beltway by John B. Judis, pp. 12-15
                5. Controversy: Family Trouble by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, pp. 16-17
                6.  ---  by David Popenoe, p. 18
                7.  ---  by Arlene Skolnick, pp. 19-21
                8. Correspondence, pp. 22-27
                9. The New Urban Gamble by David Barringer, pp. 28-29
                10. Skyboxed In by Amy D. Burke, pp. 30-34
                11. An Invisible Community by Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh, pp. 35-41
                12. The Mythology of Centrism by Stanley B. Greenberg, pp. 42-44
                13. The Neglected Remedy by Marc A. Rodwin, pp. 45-50
                14. Grassroots Medicine by David M. Fine, pp. 51-56
                15. The Speed Limit by Alan S. Blinder, pp. 57-62
                16. Why We Can Grow Faster by Barry Bluestone and Bennett Harrison, pp. 63-65
                17. Test the Limit by James K. Galbraith, pp. 66-70
                18. Behind the Numbers by Patrick William Lester, pp. 71-75
                19. Essay by Paul Berman, pp. 76-81
                20. State of the Debate by Alan Wolfe, pp. 82-90
                21. Dr. Business by Arnold S. Relman, pp. 91-95
                22. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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                November 1997 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. Editors' Note and Contributors, pp. 4-5
                2. Of Our Time by Robert Reich, pp. 6-9
                3. Correspondence, pp. 10-13
                4. Devil in the Details by Edward Cohn and Jason Zengerle, pp. 14-17
                5. An Emerging Democratic Majority by Paul Starr, pp. 18-27
                6. Can Liberals Tell a Credible Story? by Jeff Faux, pp. 28-33
                7. Democratic Possibilities by Stanley B. Greenberg and Theda Skocpol, pp. 34-39
                8. Metropolis Unbound by Robert Geddes, pp. 40-46
                9. Can the Churches Save the Cities? by Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore, pp. 47-53
                10. Unholy Alliance by Wendy Kaminer, pp. 54-55
                11. Long Live Community by Ichiro Kawachi, Bruce P. Kennedy, and Kimberly Lochner, ..., pp. 56-59
                12. The Disenfranchised by Andrew L. Shapiro, pp. 60-63
                13. Behind the Numbers by Eban Goodstein and Hart Hodges, pp. 64-69
                14. Controversy: Can't We Grow Faster? by Barry Bluestone and Bennett Harrison, p. 70
                15.  ---  by Alan S. Blinder, p. 71
                16.  ---  by Barry Bluestone and Bennett Harrison, p. 72
                17.  ---  by Alan S. Blinder, p. 73
                18. Controversy: The Virtues of Humiliation by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 74-75
                19.  ---  by Carl F. Horowitz, pp. 76-77
                20. State of the Debate by Deborah Stone, pp. 78-86
                21. The Libertarian Conceit by Jedediah S. Purdy, pp. 87-95
                22. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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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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