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The Brookings Review • 22 Years, 81 Issues, 961 Articles, 4,184pp
Fall 1989 Issue - 10 Articles
- Joseph A. Pechman Remembered, pp. 3-4
- Fool's Gold: How America Pays to Lose in the Olympics, pp. 5-10
Americans, Through the Commercial Television Networks, Pay More Than Their Fair Share f...
The Exercise of Leadership
- Governing When It's Over: The Limits of Presidential Power, pp. 11-15
Most Presidents, Including George Bush, Never Receive a Mandate from the Electorate. Wh...
- The Ways and Means of Leading Ways and Means, pp. 16-23
The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of the House's Powerful Taxwriting Committee.
- Third World Debt: Phase Three Begins, pp. 24-31
Treasury Secretary Brady's Debt-Reduction Strategy Has Already Led to Agreement Between...
- On Economic Cooperation in the Pacific Rim, pp. 32-34
- Answering the Demo-Doomsayers: Five Myths About America's Demographic Future, pp. 35-39
Challenges for the Futurists Who Predict That a Coming Population Decline Will Have Det...
- New Publications, pp. 40-42
The Weapons Procurement Process, the 1990 Defense Budget, Medicare's Prospective Paymen...
- Letters, pp. 43-46
- Cover Illustration