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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 8 Years, 27 Issues, 221 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1982 = 2 Issues, 22 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 1982 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Perspectives, pp. 4-5
        2. Fears of War, Programs for Peace by John Steinbruner, pp. 6-10
        3. Are the New Economic Models the Answer? by Martin Neil Baily, pp. 11-14
        4. The Pipeline Connection: Issues for the Alliance by Ed. A. Hewett, pp. 15-20
        5. Interview: A. Doak Barnett, pp. 21-23
        6. Tough Times for Pension Plans, p. 24
        7. An American Dilemma: The Military Racial Mix, pp. 25-26
        8. What's Ahead for the Cities?, pp. 27-28
        9. Brookings Today, pp. 29-30
        10. Looking Back, Looking Forward by Bruce K. MacLaury, pp. 31-32
      2. [+]
        Fall 1982 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Perspectives, pp. 4-5
        2. The Reagan Coalition by A. James Reichley, pp. 6-9
        3. Energy Security and the Common Interest by Edward R. Fried, pp. 10-13
        4. Small Business--How Many Jobs? by Catherine Armington and Marjorie Odle, pp. 14-17
        5. The Interferon Dilemma: Secrecy V. Open Exchange by Sandra Panem, pp. 18-22
        6. How to Reduce the Risk of Surprise Attack, p. 23
        7. Sanctions and a Poland Policy, p. 24
        8. Assessing Social Security Effects, p. 25
        9. The Baby Boom: Another View, pp. 26-27
        10. America Asean and the Japanese Challenge, p. 28
        11. Workers Jobs and Inflation, p. 29
        12. Brookings Today, pp. 30-36
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1983 = 4 Issues, 37 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1983 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Perspectives, pp. 4-5
        2. Money and Monetary Policy by Ralph C. Bryant, pp. 6-12
        3. Industrial Policy is Not the Major Reason for Japan's Success by Philip H. Trezise, pp. 13-18
        4. How the Iranian Military Expelled the Iraqis by William F. Hickman, pp. 19-23
        5. Restructuring Industry Offshore: The U.S.-Mexico Connection by Joseph Grunwald, pp. 24-27
        6. Oil: Ensuring a Saudi Flow, p. 28
        7. Oil: Reestablishing Iranian Markets, p. 29
        8. Threats and Responses, p. 30
        9. The Use of Scientific Evidence in Public Health Regulation, pp. 31-32
        10. Political Spillover from the Abortion Dispute, p. 33
        11. Brookings Today, pp. 34-36
      2. [+]
        Spring 1983 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Perspectives, pp. 4-5
        2. Arms and the Art of Compromise by John Steinbruner, pp. 6-13
        3. The Golden Triangle: The Press at the White House, State, and Defense by Stephen Hess, pp. 14-19
        4. Balancing Soviet Power in the Persian Gulf by Thomas L. McNaugher, pp. 20-24
        5. Deregulation and the Railroads, p. 25
        6. Papers on Economic Activity, p. 26
        7. Discussing Prices and Quantities, p. 26
        8. HMOs: The Promise the Performance, p. 27
        9. Setting National Priorities, p. 28
        10. Interview: Robert V. Roosa, pp. 29-31
        11. A Statement on Economic Policy, pp. 32-34
        12. Brookings Today, pp. 35-36
      3. [+]
        Summer 1983 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Industrial Policy by Charles L. Schultze, pp. 3-12
        2. The Legislative Veto by James L. Sundquist, pp. 13-16
        3. Clean Air and Regional Protectionism by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 17-20
        4. Deadlines, Common Sense, and Cynicism by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 21-24
        5. Interview, pp. 25-27
        6. Roundtable: Unemployment by Martin Neil Baily, Gary Burtless, and Malcolm R. Lovell, Jr., ..., pp. 28-31
        7. New Publications, pp. 32-33
        8. At Brookings by Brookings Council, pp. 34-38
      4. [+]
        Fall 1983 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. Did the Education Commissions Say Anything? by Paul E. Peterson, pp. 3-11
        2. Menachem Begin by William B. Quandt, pp. 12-15
        3. Tax Incentives for Saving by Harvey Galper and Eugene Steuerle, pp. 16-23
        4. Interview, pp. 24-25
        5. New Publications, pp. 26-29
        6. At Brookings, pp. 30-34
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1984 = 3 Issues, 20 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1984 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. The Transformation of China by Harry Harding, pp. 3-7
        2. Economic Reform in the Soviet Union by Ed. A. Hewett, pp. 8-11
        3. Banking on Change by Andrew S. Carron, pp. 12-21
        4. Budget Deficits and Federal Reserve Policy by Robert Solomon, pp. 22-25
        5. Interview, pp. 26-31
        6. At Brookings, pp. 32-33
        7. New Publications, pp. 34-38
      2. [+]
        Spring 1984 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. Why and How to Cut the Deficit by Alice M. Rivlin, pp. 3-7
        2. Import Quotas and the Automobile Industry by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 8-16
        3. Making the Most of the New Vice Presidency by Paul C. Light, pp. 17-22
        4. The Attenuation of Antitrust by Robert A. Katzmann, pp. 23-27
        5. At Brookings, pp. 28-29
        6. New Publications, pp. 30-34
      3. [+]
        Summer 1984 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Sectoral Shifts and the Size of the Middle Class by Robert Z. Lawrence, pp. 3-11
        2. Six Welfare Questions Still Searching for Answers by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 12-17
        3. Manpower Policies for the Disadvantaged by Gary Burtless, pp. 18-22
        4. An Antidote for Protectionism by Malcolm R. Lovell, Jr., pp. 23-28
        5. Religion and Political Realignment by A. James Reichley, pp. 29-35
        6. New Publications, pp. 36-43
        7. At Brookings, pp. 44-50
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1985 = 4 Issues, 29 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1985 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. 1984: The Year the Republicans Became the Majority Party by George Bush, pp. 3-7
        2. The 1984 Election by James L. Sundquist, pp. 8-15
        3. The Future of the Democratic Party by William A. Galston, pp. 16-24
        4. Why Reagan Won by Steven J. Rosenstone, pp. 25-32
        5. The Gender Gap by Ethel Klein, pp. 33-37
        6. Roundtable by Jeff Greenfield, William A. Henry III, and Stephen Hess, ..., pp. 38-43
        7. At Brookings, pp. 44-45
        8. New Publications, pp. 46-50
      2. [+]
        Spring 1985 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Why Should We Regulate Fuel Economy at All? by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 3-7
        2. Military Pensions by Martin Binkin, pp. 8-15
        3. Assessing the Military Balance by Joshua M. Epstein, pp. 16-20
        4. Regulatory Policy in the Second Reagan Term by Robert E. Litan, pp. 21-27
        5. Interview, pp. 28-29
        6. The Treasury Tax Reform Plan by Joseph A. Pechman, pp. 30-36
        7. At Brookings, pp. 37-39
        8. New Publications, pp. 40-50
      3. [+]
        Summer 1985 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. How to Make the President's Good Tax Reform Plan Even Better by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 3-9
        2. Secretary Dole and the Future of Automobile Airbags by John D. Graham, pp. 10-15
        3. Are Parliamentary Systems Better? by R. Kent Weaver, pp. 16-25
        4. Security and Solidarity by Richard K. Betts, pp. 26-34
        5. At Brookings, pp. 35-36
        6. New Publications, pp. 37-42
      4. [+]
        Fall 1985 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Living With the Trade Deficit by Robert Z. Lawrence and Robert E. Litan, pp. 3-13
        2. Innovation and U.S. Competitiveness by Martin Neil Baily and Alok K. Chakrabarti, pp. 14-21
        3. Disentangling the Mess in U.S.-Japan Economic Relations by Edward J. Lincoln, pp. 22-27
        4. The United States As an International Debtor Country by Edward M. Bernstein, pp. 28-36
        5. Interview, pp. 37-40
        6. At Brookings, pp. 41-43
        7. New Publications, pp. 44-50
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1986 = 3 Issues, 22 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1986 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Fiscal Fitness by Barry P. Bosworth, pp. 3-8
        2. The Case Against Federal Intervention in the Market for Corporate Control by Douglas H. Ginsburg and John F. Robinson, pp. 9-14
        3. Takeovers by F.M. Scherer, pp. 15-20
        4. "Commissionitis" in Higher Education by Paul E. Peterson, pp. 21-26
        5. The Federalist on Relations Between the Judiciary and Congress by Frank M. Coffin, pp. 27-31
        6. Preserving Federalism by Martha Derthick, pp. 32-37
        7. At Brookings, pp. 38-40
        8. New Publications, pp. 41-50
      2. [+]
        Spring 1986 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. The Need for a Better Budget Process by Alice M. Rivlin, pp. 3-10
        2. Buying Weapons by Thomas L. McNaugher, pp. 11-16
        3. When is a Burden Not a Burden? The Elderly in America by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 17-24
        4. Roundtable by Moshe Ma'oz and Emile Sahliyeh, pp. 25-31
        5. World Oil Markets by Edward R. Fried, pp. 32-38
        6. New Publications, pp. 39-44
        7. At Brookings, pp. 45-50
      3. [+]
        Summer 1986 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Taking the Dangers Out of Bank Deregulation by Robert E. Litan, pp. 3-12
        2. Reform or Rhetoric by Ed A. Hewett, pp. 13-20
        3. No School is an Island by John E. Chubb and Terry M. Moe, pp. 21-28
        4. Paying for College by Michael S. McPherson and Mary S. Skinner, pp. 29-36
        5. A Case for International Coordination of Monetary Policy by Gerald Holtham, pp. 37-43
        6. Deficits Debt and the World Economy, pp. 44-48
        7. New Publications, pp. 49-54
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1987 = 3 Issues, 19 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1987 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. The Impossible Dream Comes True by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 3-10
        2. Tax Reform Prospects in Europe and Canada by Joseph A. Pechman, pp. 11-19
        3. Post-Reagan Politics by A. James Reichley, pp. 20-27
        4. O'Neill's Legacy for the House by Steven S. Smith, pp. 28-36
        5. Has the AT&T Break-Up Raised Telephone Rates? by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 37-44
        6. New Publications, pp. 45-50
      2. [+]
        Spring 1987 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Blundering Into Disaster by Robert S. McNamara, pp. 3-9
        2. Why the Soviets Are Serious About Arms Control by Michael MccGwire, pp. 10-19
        3. Getting Back on Track by George L. Perry, pp. 20-27
        4. The External Deficit by Ralph C. Bryant and Gerald Holtham, pp. 28-36
        5. The Investment Climate in China by Harry Harding, pp. 37-42
        6. The Politics of Blame by R. Kent Weaver, pp. 43-47
        7. New Publications, pp. 48-50
      3. [+]
        Fall 1987 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. ASAT Weapons by Paul B. Stares, pp. 3-9
        2. Who is Conning the Alliance? by William W. Kaufmann, pp. 10-17
        3. Restoring Effective Government by Lloyd N. Cutler, James L. Sundquist, and Paul E. Peterson, ..., pp. 18-23
        4. Unintended Consequences of Federal Student Aid Policies by Kathryn Mohrman, pp. 24-30
        5. Liberal Arts Colleges by Robert S. Eckley, pp. 31-37
        6. New Publications, pp. 38-46
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 4 Issues, 28 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1988 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Thinking About Arab-Israeli Peace by William B. Quandt, pp. 3-9
        2. Air Safety, Deregulation, and Public Policy by Steven A. Morrison and Clifford Winston, pp. 10-15
        3. At Last, Free Trade With Canada? by Philip H. Trezise, pp. 16-23
        4. The Case for a National Welfare Standard by Paul E. Peterson and Mark C. Rom, pp. 24-32
        5. The Permanent Minority Party in American Politics by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 33-38
        6. Soviet Arms Control Policy in Perspective by Jerry F. Hough, pp. 39-45
        7. New Publications, pp. 46-50
      2. [+]
        Spring 1988 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Rethinking War by Michael MccGwire, pp. 3-12
        2. Reforms in China and the Soviet Union, pp. 13-19
        3. Toward Arab-Israeli Peace: Guidelines for American Policy, pp. 20-22
        4. The Real Problem With Suburban Anti-Growth Policies by Anthony Downs, pp. 23-29
        5. Party Politics in Japan, pp. 30-34
        6. Staying on Top of the Numbers by Sidney L. Jones, pp. 35-41
        7. Approaching the Bench by Robert A. Katzmann, pp. 42-46
        8. New Publications, pp. 47-50
      3. [+]
        Summer 1988 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Who Should Pay for Long-Term Care for the Elderly? by Alice M. Rivlin, Joshua M. Wiener, and Raymond J. Hanley, ..., pp. 3-9
        2. The Value-Added Tax by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 10-16
        3. An Open Trade Alternative for the Next President by Robert J. Morris, pp. 17-22
        4. The Quasi World of the Federal Government by Harold Seidman, pp. 23-27
        5. The Continuing Resolution by Joe White, pp. 28-35
        6. Expanding the Menu by Edward R. Fried, pp. 36-43
        7. New Publications, pp. 44-50
      4. [+]
        Fall 1988 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. What's Wrong With the Way We Buy Weapons, pp. 3-9
        2. The View from 2020 by Wilfred Owen, pp. 10-14
        3. The Politics of On-Site Verification by Janne E. Nolan, pp. 15-22
        4. Federalism After Reagan by Timothy Conlan, pp. 23-30
        5. Taiwan by Andrew Scobell, pp. 31-37
        6. New Publications, pp. 38-42
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1989 = 4 Issues, 44 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1989 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Getting Rid of the Budget Deficit: Why We Should and How We Can by Thomas E. Mann and Charles L. Schultze, pp. 3-7
        2. On Social Security by Henry Aaron, Barry P. Bosworth, and Gary Burtless, ..., pp. 8-11
        3. On Tax Options by Henry Aaron, pp. 12-17
        4. On Deregulation by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 18-19
        5. On Indexing by Kent Weaver, pp. 20-22
        6. Improving American Living Standards by Robert E. Litan, Robert Z. Lawrence, and Charles L. Schultze, ..., pp. 23-31
        7. On Health Care by Joshua M. Wiener, pp. 32-33
        8. On Housing by Anthony Downs, pp. 34-35
        9. On the Banking Crisis by Dan Brumbaugh and Robert E. Litan, p. 36
        10.  ---, p. 37
        11. On the Judiciary by Robert A. Katzmann, p. 38
        12. America in the World Economy by Barry P. Bosworth and Robert Z. Lawrence, pp. 39-48
        13. On Soviet, Chinese Reforms by Harry Harding and Ed A. Hewett, pp. 49-50
        14. On Export Controls by Philip H. Trezise, pp. 51-52
        15. The Prospect of Cooperative Security by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 53-62
        16. On Defense by William W. Kaufmann, pp. 63-68
        17. Making It Happen: Thoughts for a New President on Process People and the Press by Stephen Hess, pp. 69-78
        18. New Publications, pp. 79-82
      2. [+]
        Spring 1989 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The S & L Crisis: How to Get Out and Stay Out by Dan Brumbaugh and Robert Litan, pp. 3-13
        2. On Making Divided Government Work by James L. Sundquist, pp. 14-15
        3. Governing the $5 Trillion Economy by Herbert Stein, pp. 16-23
        4. Is This Any Way to Pick a President?, pp. 24-33
        5. Congress and Campaign Money: The Prospects for Reform by Candice Nelson and David Magleby, pp. 34-41
        6. The Latin American Quagmire: Beyond Debt and Democracy by Carol Graham, pp. 42-47
        7. New Publications, pp. 48-50
        8. Cover Illustration by Robert Wiser
      3. [+]
        Summer 1989 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Punishing Smarter: Penal Reforms for the 1990s by John DiIulio, pp. 3-12
        2. Proposed: A Comprehensive Health Care System for the Poor by Louise Russell, pp. 13-20
        3. Putting a Democrat in the White House by William Galston, pp. 21-25
        4. Of Wolves, Termites, and Pussycats, or Why We Should Worry About the Budget Deficit by Charles Schultze, pp. 26-33
        5. The Enduring Features of American Federalism by Martha Derthick, pp. 34-38
        6. Who's in Charge Here: Congress and the Nation's Capital by Kent Weaver and Charles W. Harris, pp. 39-46
        7. New Publications, pp. 47-50
        8. Cover Illustration by Robert Wiser
      4. [+]
        Fall 1989 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Joseph A. Pechman Remembered, pp. 3-4
        2. Fool's Gold: How America Pays to Lose in the Olympics by Robert Lawrence and Jeffrey Pellegrom, pp. 5-10
        3. Governing When It's Over: The Limits of Presidential Power by Charles Jones, pp. 11-15
        4. The Ways and Means of Leading Ways and Means by Allen Schick, pp. 16-23
        5. Third World Debt: Phase Three Begins by Edward Fried and Philip Trezise, pp. 24-31
        6. On Economic Cooperation in the Pacific Rim by David Malone, pp. 32-34
        7. Answering the Demo-Doomsayers: Five Myths About America's Demographic Future by Roger Conner, pp. 35-39
        8. New Publications, pp. 40-42
        9. Letters, pp. 43-46
        10. Cover Illustration by Robert Wiser
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 38 Issues, 525 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 4 Issues, 39 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1990 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Japan, the Enemy? by Philip H. Trezise, pp. 3-13
        2. Japan's Trade Lead: Blame Profit-Hungry American Firms by Shin'ichi Yamamoto, pp. 14-18
        3. A Surprising Culprit Behind the Rush to Leverage by Margaret Mendenhall Blair, pp. 19-26
        4. A Pragmatist's Approach to the Soviet Economy by Nikolai Shmelev and Ed A. Hewett, pp. 27-32
        5. Pay, Participation, and Productivity by Alan S. Blinder, pp. 33-38
        6. Stemming the Spread of Chemical Weapons by Elisa D. Harris, pp. 39-45
        7. New Publications, pp. 46-50
        8. Cover Illustration by Robert Wiser
      2. [+]
        Spring 1990 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Four Reasons Not to Cut Social Security Taxes by Alice M. Rivlin, p. 3
        2. Effects on the Economy by Ralph C. Bryant, p. 4
        3. Effects on National Saving by Charles L. Schultze, pp. 5-6
        4. Pretzel Logic by Joseph White and Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 7-8
        5. Why We Should Stick With the Income Tax by Joseph A. Pechman, pp. 9-19
        6. Modern Pluralism and the First Amendment: The Challenge of Secular Humanism by James Davison Hunter, pp. 20-27
        7. In the European Driver's Seat by Henry Brandon, pp. 28-31
        8. Navigating the Maze of New College Financing Options by Arthur M. Hauptman, pp. 32-38
        9. Chile's Return to Democracy by Carol Graham, pp. 39-41
        10. Update on the Middle East by Judith Kipper, pp. 42-46
        11. New Publications, pp. 47-50
        12. Cover Illustration by Robert Soule
      3. [+]
        Summer 1990 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Thomas E. Mann, p. 3
        2. America's Public Schools by John E. Chubb and Terry M. Moe, pp. 4-15
        3.  ---, pp. 16-22
        4. The Redesign of European Security by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 23-25
        5. Some Small Change for Defense by William W. Kaufmann, pp. 26-34
        6. The Warsaw Pact Today -- and Tomorrow? by Raymond L. Garthoff, pp. 35-40
        7. In the Shadow of Fernald by Kenneth R. Feinberg, pp. 41-46
        8. Crises in Communist Reform by Harry Hording, pp. 47-51
        9. Capital Investment by Ralph Landau, pp. 52-58
        10. Cover illustration by Rebecca Neimark
      4. [+]
        Fall 1990 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by William B. Quandt, p. 3
        2. U.S. Foreign Policy and Europe, 1990-2000 by Catherine McArdle Kelleher, pp. 4-10
        3. The Anatomy of German Unification by Wolfgang H. Reinicke, pp. 11-12
        4. Changing Realities, Changing Perceptions by Raymond L. Garthoff, pp. 13-20
        5. Regulating Mister Rogers' Neighborhood by William T. Gormley, Jr., pp. 21-28
        6. Myths & Realities by Joshua M. Wiener and Katherine M. Harris, pp. 29-34
        7. What Has Happened to the U.S. Senior Civil Service? by Joel D. Aberbach and Bert A. Rockman, pp. 35-41
        8. Earthquake! Planning and Paying for the "Big One" by Robert E. Litan, pp. 42-50
        9. Cover Illustration by Robert Wiser
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1991 = 4 Issues, 51 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1991 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by George L. Perry, p. 5
        2. Getting Out of the Thrift Crisis, Now! by Robert E. Litan, pp. 6-14
        3. Why Privatizing Public Education is a Bad Idea by Bill Honig, pp. 15-16
        4. Revolution, Reform, or Regression? Arab Political Options in the 1990 Gulf Crisis by Yahya Sadowski, pp. 17-21
        5. The Domestic Politics of Desert Shield by Bruce W. Jentleson, pp. 22-28
        6. Deja Vu All Over Again by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 29-35
        7. Television News and the Loss of Place by Stephen Hess, pp. 36-37
        8. An Era of Falling Earnings and Rising Inequality? by McKinley L. Blackburn, David E. Bloom, and Richard B. Freeman, ..., pp. 38-43
        9. Opportunity Missed by Joseph Grunwald, pp. 44-50
        10. Cover Illustration by Robert Wiser
      2. [+]
        Spring 1991 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. Some Thoughts on Turning 75 by Brace K. MacLaury, p. 5
        3. The Consequences of the Gulf War by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 6-13
        4. More Like Them? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 14-21
        5. Making New Rules by Kenneth Flamm, pp. 22-29
        6. The Fast Track by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 30-37
        7. The Tattered Safety Net by Gary Burtless, pp. 38-41
        8. Building Bridges by Robert Katzmann, pp. 42-49
        9. Patriot by Janne E. Nolan, p. 50
        10. The Anomalous Recession by George L. Perry, p. 51
        11. The Home Front by Edwin Dorn, pp. 52-54
        12. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      3. [+]
        Summer 1991 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. This Time the Military Got It Right by Lawrence J. Korb, p. 5
        3. The New Face of the American Military by Martin Binkin, pp. 6-13
        4. Paying for College by Michael S. McPherson and Morton Owen Schapiro, ..., pp. 14-19
        5. The Search for Peace by William B. Quandt, pp. 20-21
        6. Improving Our Criminal Justice System by Charles Maechling, Jr., pp. 22-27
        7. Universal Appeal by Theda Skocpol, pp. 28-33
        8. Relieving Poverty by Robert Greenstein, pp. 34-35
        9. The Reluctant Giant by Robert Z. Lawrence, pp. 36-39
        10. Looking Backward, 2001-1991 by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 40-45
        11. They Never Tear the Cuff Links Off Congressmen Who Say No by Bill Frenzel, pp. 46-47
        12. From Flood to Drought by Anthony Downs, pp. 48-53
        13. The Soviet Miners' Strike by Clifford Caddy, p. 54
        14. World Interest Rates by Ralph C. Bryant, p. 55
        15. How is the President Doing? by Bert A. Rockman, pp. 56-58
        16. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      4. [+]
        Fall 1991 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-6
        2. Yes, Virginia, There is a Peace Dividend by William W. Kaufmann, p. 7
        3. Who's in Charge Here? by Margaret M. Blair, pp. 8-13
        4. Will Quebec Secede? by Stephane Dion, pp. 14-21
        5. The Enterprise for the Americas Initiative by Carol Graham, pp. 22-27
        6. Does Prison Pay? by John J. DiIulio, Jr. and Anne Morrison Piehl, pp. 28-35
        7. Watching the Watchdog by Stephen Hess, pp. 36-37
        8. A Burdensome Legacy for the 1990's by Paula Stern, pp. 38-43
        9. A Close Call for Free Trade by Bill Frenzel, pp. 44-47
        10. Accidental Nuclear War? by Bruce G. Blair, p. 48
        11. The Soviet No-Man's-Land by Barry P. Bosworth, p. 49
        12. The Democratic Opposition by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 50-54
        13. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 4 Issues, 63 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1992 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. The Judicial Confirmation Process by Robert A. Katzmann, p. 5
        3. The Tyranny of Time by Susan L. Woodward, pp. 6-13
        4. Getting the Picture Right by Michael Alexeev, Clifford Gaddy, and Jim Leitzel, ..., pp. 14-17
        5. The New Germany by Catherine McArdle Kelleher, pp. 18-25
        6. Oregon's Plan for Health Care Rationing by Joshua M. Wiener, pp. 26-31
        7. Post-Cold War U.S. Policy Toward Africa by Terrence Lyons, pp. 32-33
        8. Judicial Gridlock by Frank M. Coffin, pp. 34-39
        9. Untouched By the Rising Tide by David M. Cutler and Lawrence F. Katz, pp. 40-45
        10. Voting Rights and Democratic Theory by Bruce E. Cain, pp. 46-50
        11. The Voting Rights Act by Carol M. Swain, p. 51
        12. The Soviet Military by Raymond L. Garthoff, p. 52
        13. Should We Cut Taxes? by George L. Perry, p. 53
        14. Critical Technologies by Bruce L.R. Smith, pp. 54-58
      2. [+]
        Spring 1992 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. The Economy by Charles L. Schultze, p. 5
        3. Neither Friend Nor Foe by Harry Harding, pp. 6-11
        4. A New Kind of World Power by Bill Frenzel, pp. 12-17
        5. Term Limits and the Immortal Congress by Bill Frenzel, pp. 18-22
        6. The Wrong Medicine by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 23-25
        7. When Work Doesn't Work by Gary Burtless, pp. 26-29
        8. The Return to History by Shlomo Avineri, pp. 30-33
        9. Dismantling the Arsenals by Jack Mendelsohn, pp. 34-39
        10. Zambia's Democratic Transition by Carol Graham, pp. 40-41
        11. Down in the Dumps by Richard Boltuck and Robert E. Litan, pp. 42-45
        12. Global Warming Negotiations by H. Peyton Young and Amanda Wolf, pp. 46-51
        13. FSX and the New World Order by Thomas L. McNaugher, p. 52
        14. Toward U.S.-Japanese Cooperation by Soichiro Seki, p. 53
        15. A Race for Secretary of State by Stephen Hess, pp. 54-58
        16. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      3. [+]
        Summer 1992 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. After the Rodney King Case by Bruce K. MacLaury, p. 3
        2. Letters, p. 4
        3. Reviving the American Dream by Alice M. Rivlin, p. 5
        4. Sandstorm With a Silver Lining? by Yahya Sadowski, pp. 6-11
        5. Business As Usual? by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 12-15
        6. The Transatlantic Partnership by James Schlesinger, pp. 16-21
        7. Arms Sales Abroad by Wolfgang H. Reinicke, pp. 22-25
        8. The Winnable War by Roger L. Conner and Patrick C. Burns, pp. 26-29
        9. The Capital Gains Tax Cut by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 30-33
        10. Regulating Communications by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 34-39
        11. The Global Telecommunications Picture by Shlomo Maital, pp. 40-43
        12. Investigating Scientific Misconduct by Charles Maechling, Jr., pp. 44-47
        13. You Ride, I'll Pay by Janet Rothenberg Pack, pp. 48-51
        14. Japan's Falling Stock Market by George L. Perry, p. 52
        15. Democracy and Reform in the Americas by Carlos Paredes, p. 53
        16. Ross Perot is No John Anderson by Gerald M. Rafshoon, pp. 54-58
        17. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      4. [+]
        Fall 1992 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. Integrating Women Into the Military by Edwin Dorn, p. 5
        3. A Limited War on Crime That We Can Win by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 6-11
        4. Homelessness by Gordon Berlin and William McAllister, pp. 12-17
        5. Bids, Dids, Sids, Sads by Janet Rothenberg Pack, pp. 18-21
        6. Forecasting the 1992 Presidential Election by James E. Campbell and Thomas E. Mann, pp. 22-27
        7. Voter Turnout in America by Ruy A. Teixeira, pp. 28-31
        8. Foreign Policy for a Post-Cold War World by Bruce W. Jentleson and Helmut Sonnenfeldt, pp. 32-35
        9. Minding Their Business by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 36-41
        10. The Enterprise for the Americas Initiative by Peter Hakim, pp. 42-45
        11. Winners and Losers by Joshua M. Wiener and Raymond J. Hanley, pp. 46-49
        12. Federal Government Mandates by Martha Derthick, pp. 50-53
        13. The Yugoslav Wars by Susan L. Woodward, p. 54
        14. Cable-Telephone Competition? by Robert W. Crandall, p. 55
        15. Japan's Peacekeeping Forces by Philip H. Trezise, pp. 56-58
        16. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1993 = 4 Issues, 56 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1993 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 3
        2. From Campaigning to Governing by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 4-5
        3. Worldwide Drug Scourge by Stephen Flynn, pp. 6-11
        4. On the Road to Paradise Again? by Jerry Hough, pp. 12-17
        5. An Immodest Proposal by Paul E. Peterson, pp. 18-23
        6. Who Are the Nation's "Truly Poor"? by Robert Haveman, pp. 24-27
        7. Student Aid by William G. Bowen and David W. Breneman, pp. 28-31
        8. Artifactions by Michael C. Dorf, pp. 32-35
        9. Made in the U.S.A. by Martin N. Baily, pp. 36-39
        10. Nafta As the Center of an Integration Process by Robert A. Pastor, pp. 40-45
        11. Tough and Smart on China by Harry Harding, p. 46
        12. Free Trade With Mexico? by George L. Perry, pp. 47-50
        13. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      2. [+]
        Spring 1993 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. Clinton's Realistic Economic Vision by Bruce K. MacLaury, p. 5
        3. Urban Traffic Congestion by Kenneth A. Small, pp. 6-11
        4. Avoiding the Next Guaranteed Bailout by James H. Smalhout, pp. 12-15
        5. Stopping the Buck Here by Jonathan S. Krasno and Donald Philip Green, pp. 16-21
        6. Health Care Reform by Joshua M. Wiener and Laurel Hixon Illston, pp. 22-25
        7. Israel and the End of the Cold War by Shlomo Avineri, pp. 26-31
        8. Africa and the New World Dis-Order by Francis M. Deng, pp. 32-35
        9. Worldwide Drug Scourge by Stephen Flynn, pp. 36-39
        10. Drexel by Ralph S. Saul, pp. 40-45
        11. Next Steps in Somalia by Terrence Lyons, p. 46
        12. Turnout in the 1992 Election by Ruy A. Teixeira, p. 47
        13. An End to the War on Waste by Paul Light, pp. 48-50
        14. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      3. [+]
        Summer 1993 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. The President and the Military at Odds by Lawrence J. Korb, p. 5
        3. Rivals or Partners? by Harry Harding and Edward J. Lincoln, pp. 6-11
        4. Reforging Northeast Asia's Dagger? by Thomas L. McNaugher, pp. 12-17
        5. AIDS and the Limits of Czardom by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 18-21
        6. Race and Urban Poverty by Margaret Weir, pp. 22-27
        7. The Next War on Drugs by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 28-33
        8. Job Security in America by Katharine Abraham and Susan Houseman, pp. 34-35
        9. Gridlocked or Gaining Ground? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 36-41
        10. Not Much Cooking by Peter Skerry, pp. 42-45
        11. Ukraine's Nuclear Backlash by Bruce G. Blair, p. 46
        12. Health Reform Here and Abroad by Joseph White, p. 47
        13. A Golden National Service by Laurel McFarland, pp. 48-50
        14. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      4. [+]
        Fall 1993 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. Reinventing the Dinosaur? by John J. DiIulio, Jr., p. 5
        3. Saving Our Way Out of the Deficit Dilemma by William G. Gale and Robert E. Litan, pp. 6-11
        4. In Loco Parentis by James Q. Wilson, pp. 12-15
        5. School Wars by Nathan Glazer, pp. 16-19
        6. Fake Blood by Martha Bayles, pp. 20-23
        7. Deregulating the Federal Service by Constance Horner, pp. 24-27
        8. A Key to Open Japan? by Yuko Iida Frost, pp. 28-29
        9. A Renewed Security Partnership? by Catherine McArdle Kelleher, pp. 30-35
        10. Dreams of a Salesman by Clifford Caddy and Melanie Allen, pp. 36-41
        11. A New Military Equilibrium? by Warwick J. McKibbin, pp. 42-45
        12. Beyond Self-Regulation by Lee H. Hamilton, p. 46
        13. Developing Confirmation Guidelines by Robert A. Katzmann, p. 47
        14. The Debate Over Nafta by Barry P. Bosworth, pp. 48-50
        15. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Getting It Right on Health Care Reform by Joshua M. Wiener, p. 5
        3. The Sudan by Francis M. Deng, pp. 6-11
        4. Reinventing Regulation by Robert Crandall, pp. 12-15
        5. The First Amendment by Richard Klingler, pp. 16-19
        6. Promoting Competition and the Public Interest by Edward J. Markey, pp. 20-21
        7. CEO Pay by Margaret M. Blair, pp. 22-27
        8. After the Israeli-Plo Breakthrough by William B. Quandt, pp. 28-31
        9. Tests of Leadership by John Steinbruner, pp. 32-35
        10. Safety Nets and Market Transitions by Carol Graham, pp. 36-39
        11. Interpreting Entitlements by R. Shep Melnick, pp. 40-45
        12. Electoral Earthquake by R. Kent Weaver, p. 46
        13. Nafta: Doing Well By Doing Good by Nora Lustig, p. 47
        14. Crisis, TV, and Public Pressure by Stephen Hess, pp. 48-50
        15. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      2. [+]
        Spring 1994 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. Relating to Russia in a New Era by John D. Steinbruner, p. 5
        3. Paying the Right Price by Joe White, pp. 6-11
        4. Fin De Siecle Medicine by Samuel Hellman, pp. 12-15
        5. How to Share the Burden by Joshua M. Wiener and Laurel Hixon Illston, pp. 16-21
        6. No Stopping It Now by Wolfgang H. Reinicke, pp. 22-25
        7. Soldiering On by Catherine M. Kelleher, pp. 26-29
        8. The U.S. Nuclear Arsenal by Janne E. Nolan, pp. 30-33
        9. Of Mountains and Molehills by James V. DeLong, pp. 34-39
        10. Janne E. Nolan by Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein, pp. 40-45
        11. The Political Lessons of Somalia by Terrence Lyons, p. 46
        12. The Balanced Budget Blunder by Henry J. Aaron, p. 47
        13. Good News on the Budget Deficit? by Allen Schick, pp. 48-50
        14. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      3. [+]
        Summer 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. GATT--Where the Real Money Is by Bill Frenzel, p. 3
        3. Perilous Ties? by Jerry F. Hough, pp. 4-9
        4. Looking Back by Raymond L. Garthoff, pp. 10-13
        5. The Route to Welfare Reform by Judith M. Gueron, pp. 14-17
        6. Old Traps, New Twists by Kent Weaver, pp. 18-21
        7. Making Health Reform Work by John J. DiIulio, Jr., Donald F. Kettl, and Richard P. Nathan, ..., pp. 22-25
        8. Urban Realities by Anthony Downs, pp. 26-31
        9. Lethal Compounds by Jessica Eve Stern, pp. 32-35
        10. Information Technology by James Brian Quinn and Martin N. Baily, pp. 36-41
        11. Winner--But Not Champion by Charles O. Jones, pp. 42-45
        12. IAEA: Mission Impossible? by Bruce G. Blair, p. 46
        13. Financial Markets and the Fed by George L. Perry, p. 47
        14. Small Business Versus Doctors by Joe White, pp. 48-50
        15. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      4. [+]
        Fall 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. Clinton's Foreign Policy Woes by Lawrence J. Korb, p. 3
        3. Somebody's Children by Diane Ravitch, pp. 4-9
        4. Making America's Schools Work by Eric A. Hanushek, pp. 10-13
        5. A Strong China by Thomas L. McNaugher, pp. 14-19
        6. Industrial Sea Change by Kiyoshi Mori, pp. 20-23
        7. Hollow Forces? by William W. Kaufmann, pp. 24-29
        8. Reality Check by John Thomas Tyler, Jr., pp. 30-33
        9. Paychecks or Welfare Checks by Gary Burtless, pp. 34-37
        10. Promises, Promises by William R. Lowry, pp. 38-41
        11. Global Change by Ralph C. Bryant, pp. 42-45
        12. Peace in Civil War by Stephen John Stedman, p. 46
        13. GATT: Where Are the Trumpets? by Susan M. Collins and Barry B. Bosworth, p. 47
        14. Americans Who Don't Give a Damn by Stephen Hess, pp. 48-50
        15. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 4 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1995 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. After the Electoral Earthquake by Thomas E. Mann, p. 3
        3. Reluctant Strategic Realignment by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 4-9
        4. Bosnia's Muslims by Yahya M. Sadowski, pp. 10-15
        5. Corporate "Ownership" by Margaret M. Blair, pp. 16-19
        6. Does Prison Pay? Revisited by Anne Morrison Piehl and John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 20-25
        7. Mafiosi and Matrioshki by Jim Leitzel, Clifford Gaddy, and Michael Alexeev, ..., pp. 26-29
        8. The Extra Mile by Pietro S. Nivola and Robert W. Crandall, pp. 30-33
        9. Reinventing Capitol Hill? by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 34-37
        10. A New Mexico? by Nora Lustig, pp. 38-41
        11. Democracy and Economic Reform by Carol Graham, pp. 42-45
        12. What Killed Health Care Reform? by Joshua M. Wiener, p. 46
        13. It's Time to Review U.S. Cuba Policy by Peter Hakim, pp. 47-50
        14. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      2. [+]
        Spring 1995 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Tax Cuts by Bruce K. MacLaury, p. 5
        3. Who Should Do What? by Paul E. Peterson, pp. 6-11
        4. Unfunded Mandates by James R. St. George, pp. 12-15
        5. In the Shadows by Margaret Weir, pp. 16-19
        6. What's in Store? by Daniel E. Sichel, pp. 20-25
        7. Congress After 1994 by Roger H. Davidson, pp. 26-29
        8. Bill Clinton and the GOP Congress by Charles O. Jones, pp. 30-33
        9. Small Steps by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 34-35
        10. Eliminate or Marginalize? by Michael MccGwire, pp. 36-41
        11. Together Again by Ullrich Heilemann and Wolfgang H. Reinicke, pp. 42-45
        12. The Outbreak of Pesophobia by Nora Lustig, p. 46
        13. Regulatory Retrenchment by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 47-50
        14. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      3. [+]
        Summer 1995 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. On Families and Values by Herbert Stein, p. 5
        3. Reclaiming the Vision by Constance Horner, pp. 6-11
        4. Blood Brothers by Francis M. Deng, pp. 12-17
        5. Does the Bell Curve Ring True? by William T. Dickens, Thomas J. Kane, and Charles L. Schultze, ..., pp. 18-23
        6. Fearsome Security by Michael M. May, pp. 24-27
        7. Lengthening the Fuse by Bruce G. Blair, pp. 28-31
        8. How to Be a "Cheap Hawk" by Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 32-35
        9. The Debate That Wasn't by Daniel Yankelovich, pp. 36-41
        10. Slaying the Dinosaur by Sarah A. Binder and Thomas E. Mann, pp. 42-46
        11. Defending the Dinosaur by Bill Frenzel, pp. 47-49
        12. Medicare by Robert D. Reischauer, p. 50
        13. Time for a Post-Mortem on Bosnia? by Susan L. Woodward, p. 51
        14. Guns, the Commerce Clause, and the Court by Robert A. Katzmann, pp. 52-54
        15. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      4. [+]
        Fall 1995 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. A License to Speak by Bruce K. MacLaury, p. 3
        3. Who's in Charge Here? by Lawrence J. Korb, pp. 4-7
        4. Unrealized Promise, Avoidable Trouble by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 8-13
        5. Atomic Audit by Stephen I. Schwartz, pp. 14-17
        6. Building a Better Tax System by William G. Gale, pp. 18-23
        7. Dead-End Jobs--A Way Out by Katherine S. Newman, pp. 24-27
        8. Mopping Up by Susan L. Woodward, pp. 28-31
        9. The United States and Middle East Peace by Shibley Telhami, pp. 32-35
        10. Putting Social Security to Work by Barry Bosworth, pp. 36-39
        11. Cutting Government by Donald F. Kettl and John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 40-43
        12. Both Judge and Party by Dennis F. Thompson, pp. 44-48
        13. Shifting Gears on China by Scott Kennedy and Michael O'Hanlon, p. 49
        14. Budget Endgame by Joseph White, p. 50
        15. Needed: Metropolitan Policies by Anthony Downs, pp. 51-54
        16. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 2 Issues, 31 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1996 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. No Free Lunch on Tax Reform by William G. Gale, p. 3
        3. Mexico by Nora Lustig, pp. 4-9
        4. The Marines Should Come Home by Mike Mochizuki and Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 10-13
        5. Broken Bottles by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 14-17
        6. Drug Legalization? by Paul B. Stares, pp. 18-21
        7. A Winning Hand? by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 22-25
        8. Worsening American Income Inequality by Gary Burtless, pp. 26-31
        9. Raising the Stakes by Carol Graham, pp. 32-35
        10. In With the Gop by Roger H. Davidson, pp. 36-37
        11. Assessing the 104th Congress by Bill Frenzel, pp. 38-40
        12. New Players by Martha Derthick, pp. 41-45
        13. Burundi by Barnett R. Rubin, p. 46
        14. The Media and South Africa by Howard Wolpe, pp. 47-50
        15. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      2. [+]
        Fall 1996 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 3
        2. Can Government Nurture Civic Life? by E.J. Dionne, Jr., p. 3
        3. Election 1996: The Choices Ahead by Robert D. Reischauer, pp. 4-5
        4. Promises, Promises by Charles L. Schultze, pp. 6-9
        5. The Budget Meets the Boomers by Henry J. Aaron and Barry P. Bosworth, pp. 10-13
        6. Problems of Predominance by John D. Steinbruner, pp. 14-17
        7. New Mothers, Not Married by George A. Akerlof and Janet L. Yellen, pp. 18-21
        8. Uncle Sam in the Housing Market by James R. Barth and Robert E. Litan, pp. 22-25
        9. Forecasting the Presidential Election by James E. Campbell and Thomas E. Mann, pp. 26-31
        10. The Alienated American Voter by Richard Harwood, pp. 32-35
        11. The Disappearing Political Center by Sarah A. Binder, pp. 36-39
        12. Too Close to Call, pp. 40-44
        13. The Gulf War Party's Over by Shibley Telhami, p. 45
        14. Low Inflation or No Inflation? by George A. Akerlof, William T. Dickens, and George L. Perry, ..., p. 46
        15. America's Other Valujets by Donald F. Kettl, pp. 47-50
        16. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 4 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1997 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. Happy Anniversary, Brookings Review! by Alice Rivlin, p. 3
        3. Problems and Promise by Kurt L. Schmoke, pp. 4-5
        4. Metropolitics by Myron Orfield, pp. 6-9
        5. Not By Bread Alone by Glenn C. Loury and Linda Datcher Loury, pp. 10-13
        6. Empty Streets by James E. Rauch, pp. 14-17
        7. Welcome Neighbors? by Ingrid Gould Ellen, pp. 18-21
        8. New Kid on the Block? by Peter W. Cookson, Jr., pp. 22-25
        9. Reinventing Welfare--Again by Gary Burtless and Kent Weaver, pp. 26-29
        10. Is Anybody Listening? by Margaret Weir, pp. 30-33
        11. From Campaigning to Governing by Charles O. Jones, pp. 34-37
        12. Governing in an Age of No Majorities by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 38-41
        13. On the Campaign Trail, pp. 42-46
        14. The Lessons of Somalia for Eastern Zaire by Terrence Lyons, p. 47
        15. Professional Performance by Martin Mayer, pp. 48-50
        16. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      2. [+]
        Spring 1997 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. A Considered Opinion by Thomas E. Mann, p. 3
        3. Starting Over by Richard N. Haass, pp. 4-7
        4. Relations With the Great Powers by Raymond L. Garthoff, pp. 8-10
        5. Japan by Mike Mochizuki, pp. 11-13
        6. China by Harry Harding, pp. 14-15
        7. Foreign Policy Tools by Mickey Edwards and Stephen J. Solarz, pp. 16-18
        8. Foreign Aid by Carol Graham, pp. 19-20
        9. Defense Spending by Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 21-23
        10. The Use of Force by Lawrence J. Korb, pp. 24-25
        11. Foreign Policy Flashpoints by Shibley Telhami, pp. 26-28
        12. Bosnia by Susan Woodward, pp. 29-31
        13. Korea by William Gleysteen, p. 32
        14. International Monetary Arrangements by Barry Eichengreen, pp. 33-35
        15. Commercializing Foreign Policy? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 36-39
        16. Reinventing Parole and Probation by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 40-42
        17. The Politics of Immaculate Conception by Barry P. Bosworth, pp. 43-44
        18. The Orphanedcapital by Carol O'Cleireacain, pp. 45-50
        19. Cover Illustration by Jerry Pavey
      3. [+]
        Summer 1997 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. A Considered Opinion by Martin Mayer, p. 3
        3. The Aging of America by William G. Gale, pp. 4-9
        4. Budget Crunch by Barry Bosworth and Gary Burtless, pp. 10-15
        5. Privatizing Social Security by Laurence J. Kotlikoff and Jeffrey Sachs, p. 16
        6. A Bad Idea Whose Time Will Never Come by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 17-23
        7. Medicare: Beyond 2002 by Robert D. Reischauer, pp. 24-27
        8. Ethnicity by Francis M. Deng, pp. 28-31
        9. A U.S.-Japan Trade Agenda by Edward J. Lincoln, pp. 32-34
        10. Sports, Jobs, and Taxes by Roger G. Noll and Andrew Zimbalist, pp. 35-39
        11. EPA's Proposed Air Quality Standards by Lester B. Lave and Robert W. Crandall, pp. 40-50
      4. [+]
        Fall 1997 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Colin L. Powell, pp. 2-3
        2. Why Civil Society? Why Now? by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 4-7
        3. Beyond Theory by Pam Solo, p. 8
        4. Is Civil Society Obsolete? by Alan Wolfe, pp. 9-12
        5. Not a Cure-All by Jean Bethke Elshtain, pp. 13-15
        6. Building Community: Top-Down or Bottom-Up? by Theda Skocpol and William A. Schambra, pp. 16-31
        7. America's Civic Condition by William A. Galston and Peter Levine, pp. 32-35
        8. In America's Cities by John J. DiIulio, Jr. and Bruce Katz, p. 36
        9. Poverty 101 by David Kuo, pp. 37-38
        10. No Paintbrushes, No Paint by Jane R. Eisner, pp. 39-41
        11. The Fare Skies by Steven A. Mormon and Clifford Winston, pp. 42-45
        12. Failed Expectations by Gregory D. Foster, pp. 46-50
        13. Cover Illustration by Tom Christopher
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 4 Issues, 58 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1998 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Donald F. Kettl, pp. 2-3
        2. Lifting the Heavy Hand by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 4-5
        3. Regulation: The New Pork Barrel by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 6-9
        4. Congress and Regulatory Reform by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 10-13
        5. Smoke and Mirrors by W. Kip Viscusi, pp. 14-19
        6. Deregulating Campaign Finance by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 20-21
        7. Environmental Protection and the States by Mary Graham, pp. 22-25
        8. Information Technology and the Securities Markets by Steven M.H. Wallman, pp. 26-29
        9. Antitrust Regulation Across National Borders by Eleanor M. Fox, pp. 30-32
        10. Social Regulations As Trade Barriers by David Vogel, pp. 33-36
        11. The "Big Bang" by Edward J. Lincoln and Robert E. Litan, pp. 37-41
        12. Turning the Ceasefire Into Peace by Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 42-44
        13. Avoiding Another Cyprus or Israel by Susan L. Woodward, pp. 45-50
        14. Cover Illustration by Marty Blake
      2. [+]
        Spring 1998 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. In Brief by James A. Johnson, pp. 2-3
        2. The Two Nations of Black America by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., pp. 4-7
        3. Black America by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 8-11
        4. Black Progress by Abigail Thernstrom and Stephan Thernstrom, pp. 12-16
        5. Affirmative Action by Orlando Patterson, pp. 17-23
        6. The Black-White Test Score Gap by Christopher Jencks and Meredith Phillips, pp. 24-27
        7. Unequal Opportunity by Linda Darling-Hammond, pp. 28-32
        8. Race Relations & Central City Schools by Paul E. Peterson and Jay P. Greene, pp. 33-37
        9. An American Tragedy by Glenn C. Loury, pp. 38-42
        10. American Racial and Ethnic Politics in the 21st Century by Jennifer L. Hochschild, pp. 43-46
        11. The Way We Were? by Paul C. Light, pp. 47-54
        12. Cover Illustration by Wiktor Sadowski
      3. [+]
        Summer 1998 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Walter F. Mondale, pp. 2-3
        2. End of the Miracle by Edward J. Lincoln, pp. 4-5
        3. The Asian Financial Crisis by Barry Bosworth, pp. 6-9
        4. Out of the Ashes? by Stephen Parker, pp. 10-13
        5. Investment Boom, Financial Bust by Yung Chul Park, pp. 14-17
        6. Sputter, Cough, Choke by Robert Alan Feldman, pp. 18-21
        7. Dodging the Bullet--This Time by David D. Hale, pp. 22-25
        8. Foreign Direct Investment by Dennis J. Encarnation, pp. 26-29
        9. The East Asian Economic Crisis by Mike M. Mochizuki, pp. 30-32
        10. Blessing or Curse? by Robert Z. Lawrence, pp. 33-35
        11. Rescuing Asia: Does the IMF Have a Role in Asia? by Robert D. Hormats, pp. 36-37
        12. The IMF: No Room for an International Agency in Global Economy by Lawrence B. Lindsey, p. 38
        13. When the IMF Can't and the Market Won't by Barry Bosworth, p. 39
        14. Simple, Efficient, Fair. Or is It? by William G. Gale, pp. 40-44
        15. America in Denial by Robert J. Blendon, John M. Benson, and Mollyann Brodie, ..., pp. 45-50
        16. Cover Illustration by Ferruccio
      4. [+]
        Fall 1998 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Foreword by James A. Johnson, p. 2
        2. A Considered Opinion by Christine Todd Whitman, p. 3
        3. The New Metropolitan Agenda by Bruce Katz and Scott Bernstein, pp. 4-7
        4. The Big Picture by Anthony Downs, pp. 8-11
        5. View from the Front Lines by Elmer Johnson, p. 12
        6. The Exploding Metropolis by David Rusk, pp. 13-14
        7. The View from Capitol Hill by Earl Blumenauer, pp. 15-16
        8. Fat City by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 17-19
        9. Race and Space by John A. Powell, pp. 20-22
        10. Prove It by Peter Gordon and Harry W. Richardson, pp. 23-25
        11. Metropolitan Areas by Janet Rothenberg Pack, pp. 26-30
        12. Conflict or Consensus? by Myron Orfield, pp. 31-34
        13. The Market and Metropolitans by Christopher Leinberger, pp. 35-36
        14. Stock and Flow by Michael A. Cohen, pp. 37-38
        15. Title IX and Intercollegiate Sports by John Weistart and Louis M. Guenin, pp. 39-50
        16. Cover Illustration by Mike McGovern
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1999 = 4 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1999 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 2-3
        2. Setting National Priorities by Robert D. Reischauer, pp. 4-5
        3. Should We Retire Social Security? by Henry J. Aaron and Robert D. Reischauer, pp. 6-11
        4. Student Performance by Diane Ravitch, pp. 12-16
        5. Federal Crime Policy by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 17-21
        6. Defense and Foreign Policy by Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 22-25
        7. Trade Policy at a Crossroads by I.M. Destler, pp. 26-30
        8. Growing American Inequality by Gary Burtless, pp. 31-35
        9. Why Are Taxes So Complicated? by William Gale, pp. 36-39
        10. The Politics of Automobility by James A. Dunn, Jr., pp. 40-43
        11. Getting Realistic About Russia by Clifford G. Gaddy and Barry W. Ickes, pp. 44-50
        12. Cover Illustration by James Yang
      2. [+]
        Spring 1999 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Glenn Loury, pp. 2-3
        2. What's God Got to Do With the American Experiment? by E.J. Dionne, Jr. and John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 4-9
        3. America's Ever-Changing Religious Landscape by Richard N. Ostling, pp. 10-13
        4. The 60s and the 90s by Robert J. Blendon, John M. Benson, and Mollyann Brodie, ..., pp. 14-17
        5. Screwtape Letter 1999 by Peter Wehner, pp. 18-20
        6. First Trombone by Taylor Branch, pp. 21-23
        7. Conscience and the Public Square by Patrick Glynn, pp. 24-27
        8. Judging the President by Alan Wolfe, pp. 28-31
        9. Errant Evangelical? by Tony Campolo, pp. 32-35
        10. Religion and Public Life by James Q. Wilson, pp. 36-41
        11. Supporting Black Churches by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 42-45
        12. No Aid to Religion? by Ronald J. Sider and Heidi Rolland Unruh, pp. 46-49
        13. Our Hidden Safety Net by Ram Cnaan, pp. 50-53
        14. Sacred Places Civic Purposes, pp. 54-58
      3. [+]
        Summer 1999 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Lee H. Hamilton, pp. 2-3
        2. Europe at Century's End by Richard N. Haass, pp. 4-9
        3. Russia's Aging War Machine by Bruce Blair and Clifford Gaddy, pp. 10-13
        4. A Stable Peace in Europe by James E. Goodby, pp. 14-15
        5. The U.S. Decision to Enlarge Nato by James M. Goldgeier, pp. 16-17
        6. Emerging Answers by Ivo H. Daalder, pp. 18-21
        7. The Birth of the Euro by Robert Solomon, pp. 22-28
        8. A New Financial Superpower? by Elizabeth Pond, pp. 29-31
        9. Turkey Toward 2000 by Heinz Kramer, pp. 32-35
        10. You Can't Get There from Here by Clifford Winston, pp. 36-50
        11. Cover Illustration by Steve McAfee
      4. [+]
        Fall 1999 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Alice M. Rivlin, pp. 2-3
        2. New Trend in Unemployment? by Lawrence F. Katz and Alan B. Knieger, pp. 4-8
        3. Downsized & Out? by Charles L. Schultze, pp. 9-13
        4. Winners and Losers by Sheldon Danziger and Deborah Reed, pp. 14-17
        5. Squeezed for Time? by Gary Burtless, pp. 18-22
        6. Worker Capitalists? by Margaret M. Blair and Douglas L. Kruse, pp. 23-26
        7. From Welfare to Work by Isabel Sawhill, pp. 27-30
        8. Help Wanted by Bruce Katz and Katherine Allen, pp. 31-35
        9. A Way Out by Joseph P. Viteritti, pp. 36-39
        10. Beyond Consensus by Anthony P. Carnevale, pp. 40-43
        11. Job Security in Japan by Edward J. Lincoln, pp. 44-45
        12. New Markets, New Opportunities? by Nancy Birdsall and Carol Graham, pp. 46-50
        13. Cover Photography by Fred Dana
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 2000s = 4 Years, 16 Issues, 215 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 4 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2000 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, p. 3
        2. Governance in America 2000 by Thomas Mann, pp. 4-7
        3. Why Americans Hate Politics by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 8-11
        4. Nonstop! by Charles O. Jones, pp. 12-15
        5. Going Nowhere by Sarah A. Binder, pp. 16-19
        6. The Empty Government Talent Pool by Paul C. Light, pp. 20-23
        7. American Federalism by Martha Derthick, pp. 24-27
        8. Federalism & News by Stephen Hess, pp. 28-31
        9. Responding to Official Misconduct by Michael Davidson and Elaine W. Stone, pp. 32-35
        10. A Surplus, If We Can Keep It by Allen Schick, pp. 36-39
        11. Looking for Leadership by James M. Lindsay, pp. 40-43
        12. After the Campaign, What? by Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein, pp. 44-50
        13. Cover Collage by Jeffrey Kipler
      2. [+]
        Spring 2000 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Michael H. Armacost, p. 3
        2. Seizing the Economic Opportunity by Alice M. Rivlin, pp. 4-5
        3. Many Strategies, One Goal by Isabel Sawhill, pp. 6-11
        4. Truth in Taxes by Henry J. Aaron and William G. Gale, pp. 12-15
        5. The Tax Cut by Bill Frenzel, pp. 16-17
        6. Broken Promises by Tom Loveless and Diane Ravitch, pp. 18-21
        7. The Centenarian Boom by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 22-25
        8. A New Civil Rights Agenda by Joyce A. Ladner, pp. 26-28
        9. Facing Up to Racial Disparity by Christopher H. Foreman, Jr., pp. 29-30
        10. Moving Beyond Sprawl by Bruce Katz and Amy Liu, pp. 31-34
        11. The "Globalization" Challenge by Robert E. Litan, pp. 35-37
        12. Five Not-So-Easy Pieces by Richard N. Haass, pp. 38-40
        13. The U.S. Defense Budget by Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 41-43
        14. After the Revolutions, Reality by Jonathan Rauch, pp. 44-45
        15. Clearing the Rubble by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 46-50
        16. Cover Illustrations by Scott McKowen
      3. [+]
        Summer 2000 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Vincent Scully, pp. 4-5
        2. Enough of the Small Stuff! by Bruce Katz, pp. 6-11
        3. Demand for Density? by Edward L. Glaeser, pp. 12-15
        4. Playing from Strength by Franklin D. Raines, pp. 16-19
        5. The New Urban Demographics by William H. Frey, pp. 20-23
        6. Nothing Left to Lose by Edward W. Hill and Jeremy Nowak, pp. 24-28
        7. Helping Hands by Paul Hill, pp. 29-32
        8. The Bottom Line--And Beyond by Scott Quehl, pp. 33-35
        9. Dirt Into Dollars by Mark Alan Hughes, pp. 36-39
        10. The Paradox of Infrastructure Investment by Andrew F. Haughwout, pp. 40-43
        11. No Easy Answers by Ingrid Gould Ellen and Amy Ellen Schwartz, pp. 44-47
        12. America's Urban Agenda by Antonio R. Villaraigosa, pp. 48-51
        13. What Cities Can Do by Wellington E. Webb, p. 52
        14. Managing High-Tech Growth in King County by Ron Sims, p. 53
        15. Fighting Crime in Oakland by Jerry Brown, p. 54
        16. Getting the Basics Right by Anthony A. Williams, pp. 55-58
        17. Cover Photography by Peter Pearson, Alan Schein, and John Elk
      4. [+]
        Fall 2000 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Foreign Policy in the Age of Primacy by Richard N. Haass, pp. 2-7
        2. The Nuclear Agenda by James M. Lindsay, pp. 8-11
        3. Russia by Fiona Hill, pp. 12-14
        4. China by Bates Gill and Nicholas Lardy, pp. 15-18
        5. Japan by Edward J. Lincoln, pp. 19-21
        6. Europe by Ivo H. Daalder, pp. 22-25
        7. No Way Out by Philip H. Gordon, pp. 26-29
        8. India by Stephen P. Cohen, pp. 30-33
        9. Doing It Right by Michael E. O'Hanlon, pp. 34-37
        10. Replacing the Rogue Rhetoric by Meghan L. O'Sullivan, pp. 38-40
        11. Trade Policy by Robert E. Litan, pp. 41-43
        12. Promoting Democracy and Human Rights by Catharin Dalpino, pp. 44-50
        13. Cover Illustration by Michael Gibbs
    2. [+]
      Issues of 2001 = 4 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2001 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 2-3
        2. Technology and America's Good Times by Robert E. Litan, pp. 4-9
        3. Is U.S. Science Policy at Risk? by Linda R. Cohen and Roger G. Noll, pp. 10-15
        4. Can Antitrust Keep Up? by Jonathan B. Baker, pp. 16-19
        5. Genomics by William A. Haseltine, pp. 20-23
        6. Cutting Through Environmental Issues by David Austin and Molly K. Macauley, pp. 24-27
        7. Cybercrime Dilemma by Michael O'Neil, pp. 28-31
        8. The Copyright Paradox by Jonathan Band, pp. 32-34
        9. Music on the Internet by Gary Sherman, pp. 35-37
        10. The Digital Divide by Robert W. Crandall and Craig A. Cunningham, pp. 38-43
        11. Whom to Protect--And How? by Robert J. Blendon, John M. Benson, and Mollyann Brodie, ..., pp. 44-50
        12. Cover Illustration by Ralph Mercer
      2. [+]
        Spring 2001 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Nancy Kassebaum Baker and Franklin D. Raines, pp. 2-3
        2. "Nasty & Brutish Without Being Short" by G. Calvin Mackenzie, pp. 4-7
        3. "Political Hacks" V. "Bureaucrats" by E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 8-11
        4. Why Not the Best? by George C. Edwards III, pp. 12-16
        5. Fixing the Appointment Process by Alvin S. Felzenberg, pp. 17-21
        6. Fabulous Formless Darkness by Terry Sullivan, pp. 22-27
        7. First Impressions by Stephen Hess, pp. 28-31
        8. The Senate and Executive Branch Appointments by Burdett Loomis, pp. 32-36
        9. The Senate As a Black Hole by Sarah A. Binder, pp. 37-40
        10. Recruiting Executive Branch Leaders by James P. Pfiffner, pp. 41-43
        11. Placing the Call to Service by Paul C. Light, pp. 44-50
        12. Cover Illustration by Victor Juhasz
      3. [+]
        Summer 2001 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Tommy G. Thompson, pp. 2-3
        2. From Welfare to Work by Isabel Sawhill, pp. 4-7
        3. The Politics of Welfare Reform by Tom Doivney and Vin Weber, pp. 8-9
        4.  ---, pp. 10-11
        5. Giving is Not Enough by Ron Haskins, pp. 12-15
        6. What Next for Welfare Reform? by Wendell Primus, pp. 16-19
        7. Welfare Reform and Devolution by Mark Greenberg, pp. 20-24
        8. Is Devolution Working? by Richard P. Nathan and Thomas L. Gais, pp. 25-29
        9. Cities Matter by Bruce Katz and Katherine Allen, pp. 30-33
        10. The 30-Year Tug-Of-War by Gordon Berlin, pp. 34-38
        11. Wedding Bell Blues by Wade F. Horn, pp. 39-42
        12. TANF and "Welfare" by Mickey Kaus, pp. 43-50
        13. Cover Illustration by Scott Roberts
      4. [+]
        Fall 2001 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Managing a Globalizing World by Barry Bosworth and Philip H. Gordon, pp. 2-5
        2. Cross-Border Financial Interdependence by Ralph C. Bryant, pp. 6-9
        3. Workers' Rights by Gary Burtless, pp. 10-13
        4. Ready for Launch? by Lael Brainard, pp. 14-17
        5. Culture Wars? by Steven Kull, pp. 18-21
        6. Winners and Losers by Carol Graham, pp. 22-25
        7. Global Warming Heats Up by James M. Lindsay, pp. 26-29
        8. The Globalization of Disease by Erica Barks-Ruggles, pp. 30-33
        9. Terrorism Goes Global by Paul R. Pillar, pp. 34-37
        10. Weapons of Mass Destruction by Thomas W. Graham, pp. 38-40
        11. Heavy Traffic by Susan F. Martin, pp. 41-44
        12. Does Globalization Promote Democracy? by Catharin E. Dalpino, pp. 45-50
        13. Cover Illustration by Sandy Young
    3. [+]
      Issues of 2002 = 4 Issues, 61 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2002 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Diane Ravitch, pp. 2-3
        2. Diversity in a New America by Jonathan Rauch, pp. 4-5
        3. Demography, Diversity, and Democracy by Kenneth Prewitt, pp. 6-9
        4. Inventing Hispanics by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 10-13
        5. Arab and Muslim America by Shibley Telhami, pp. 14-15
        6. From Melting Pot to Centrifuge by Steven E. Schier, pp. 16-19
        7. Beyond Sushiology by Peter Skerry, pp. 20-23
        8. Affirmative Action by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 24-27
        9. Brain Circulation by AnnaLee Saxenian, pp. 28-31
        10. Technology and Tolerance by Richard Florida and Gary Gates, pp. 32-36
        11. Getting Uncle Sam's Ear by James M. Lindsay, pp. 37-40
        12. Diversity in Israel by Robert Litan, pp. 41-44
        13. Religion in America by Gregg Easterbrook, pp. 45-50
        14. Cover Photography by Richard Laird
      2. [+]
        Spring 2002 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Environmental Doomsday by Gregg Easterbrook, pp. 2-5
        2. Climate Change After Kyoto by Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J. Wilcoxen, pp. 6-10
        3. Statehouse and Greenhouse by Barry G. Rabe, pp. 11-13
        4. Three Pollutants and an Emission by Dallas Burtraw, pp. 14-17
        5. Is Sunshine the Best Disinfectant? by Mary Graham, pp. 18-19
        6. International Oil Security by Michael A. Toman, pp. 20-23
        7. Energy Independence or Interdependence? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 24-27
        8. Russia by Fiona Hill, pp. 28-31
        9. The Persian Gulf by Shibley Telhami, pp. 32-35
        10. Whistling in the Wind? by Joel Darmstadter, pp. 36-39
        11. Terrorism and Nuclear Energy by Gwyneth Cravens, pp. 40-41
        12. The Deficit That Didn't Just Happen by Allen Schick, pp. 42-50
      3. [+]
        Summer 2002 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. A Considered Opinion by Michael H. Armacost, pp. 2-3
        2. Counterterrorism by James Steinberg, pp. 4-7
        3. National Security vs. Social Security by John Spratt and Hugh Brady, pp. 8-12
        4. Protecting the American Homeland by Michael O'Hanlon, pp. 13-16
        5. Behind America's Front Lines by Ivo H. Daalder and I.M. Destler, pp. 17-19
        6. A Complicated Intersection by Robert Litan and Peter Orszag, pp. 20-23
        7. Chemical and Biological Weapons by Elisa D. Harris, pp. 24-27
        8. Can Foreign Aid Help Stop Terrorism? by Carol Graham, pp. 28-32
        9. Putin and Bush in Common Cause? by Fiona Hill, pp. 33-35
        10. Nato and the War on Terrorism by Philip H. Gordon, pp. 36-38
        11. A Distant Region Takes Center Stage by Stephen Philip Cohen, pp. 39-42
        12. September 11 and Northeast Asia by Bates Gill, pp. 43-46
        13. U.S. Policy and the Arab and Muslim World by Shibley Telhami, pp. 47-50
        14. Cover by Orjan Ellingvag
      4. [+]
        Fall 2002 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. United We Serve? by E.J. Dionne, Jr. and Kayla Meltzer Drogosz, pp. 2-5
        2. September 11, 2001 by Robert E. Litan, pp. 6-9
        3. A Bad Idea Whose Time is Past by Bruce Chapman, pp. 10-13
        4. The Politics of Service by Harris Wofford, pp. 14-17
        5. New Directions by John M. Bridgetand, Stephen Goldsmith, and Leslie Lenkowsky, ..., pp. 18-21
        6. At Work for America's Workers by Andrew L. Stern, p. 22
        7. Doing Well and Doing Good by Jeff Swartz, pp. 23-24
        8. The Experience of Service by Daniel Blumenthal, p. 25
        9. Military Service by Louis Caldera, p. 26
        10. First Vote by Jane Eisner, p. 27
        11. Profits through Principles by Robert D. Haas, p. 28
        12. Empowering Communities by Charles Cobb, Jr., p. 29
        13. On Receiving the Elliot Richardson Prize for Public Service by Alice M. Rivlin, p. 30
        14. A New Citizenship for a New Century by Alan Khazei, p. 31
        15. Religious Groups and Service by Steven Waldman, pp. 32-33
        16. Flying Colors by David Winston, pp. 34-35
        17. A Generation to Be Proud Of by Peter D. Hart and Mario A. Brassard, pp. 36-37
        18. Service and the State by Tod Lindberg, pp. 38-41
        19. Volunteering--Then and Now by Carmen Sirianni, pp. 42-44
        20. The Volunteering Decision by Paul C. Light, pp. 45-50
        21. Cover Photograph by Don Carstens
    4. [+]
      Issues of 2003 = 4 Issues, 45 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2003 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Toward an Agenda by Pietro S. Nivola, Henry J. Aaron, and James M. Lindsay, ..., pp. 2-3
        2. Can the Government Be Serious? by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 4-11
        3. The Globalization of Politics by Ivo H. Daalder and James M. Lindsay, pp. 12-17
        4. The New Terrorism by Steven Simon, pp. 18-24
        5. Rights, Liberties, and Security by Stuart Taylor, Jr., pp. 25-27
        6. No Stepping Back by Lael Brainard and Robert E. Litan, pp. 28-31
        7. Regenerative Medicine by William A. Haseltine, pp. 32-43
        8. Medical Innovation by Victor Fuchs and Alan M. Garber, pp. 44-50
        9. Cover Illustration by Philip Kakke
      2. [+]
        Spring 2003 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Governance in an Integrated Global Economy by Carol Graham and Robert E. Litan, pp. 2-3
        2. Business and Global Governance by Ann Florini, pp. 4-8
        3. Unelected Government by Ngaire Woods, pp. 9-12
        4. Opening Doors to Research by Jean Olson Lanjouw, pp. 13-17
        5. Global Public Policy Networks by Thorsten Benner, Wolfgang H. Reinicke, and Jan Martin Witte, ..., pp. 18-21
        6. Asymmetric Globalization by Nancy Birdsall, pp. 22-27
        7. A Global Crossing for Enronitis? by Shang-Jin Wei and Heather Milkiewicz, pp. 28-31
        8. Odious Debt by Michael Kremer and Seema Jayachandran, pp. 32-35
        9. Economic Crisis, Markets, and Democracy in Latin America by Carol Graham and Sandip Sukhtankar, pp. 36-40
        10. The Millennium Challenge Account and Foreign Assistance by Lael Brainard, pp. 41-44
        11. Information Technology and Development by James Steinberg, pp. 45-50
        12. Cover Illustration by Pierre Tremblay
      3. [+]
        Summer 2003 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Polling and Public Opinion by Thomas E. Mann and E.J. Dionne, Jr., pp. 2-3
        2. Vox Populi by Kay Lehman Schlozman, pp. 4-7
        3. Can We Trust the Polls? by Michael W. Traugott, pp. 8-11
        4. Is "Popular Rule" Possible? by Larry M. Bartels, pp. 12-15
        5. Informed Public Opinion About Foreign Policy by Henry E. Brady, James S. Fishkin, and Robert C. Luskin, ..., pp. 16-19
        6. Rally 'Round the Flag by James M. Lindsay and Caroline Smith #2, pp. 20-23
        7. Arab Public Opinionon the United States and Iraq by Shibley Telhami, pp. 24-27
        8. Tax Uncertainty by Robert J. Blendon, Stephen R. Pelletier, and Marcus D. Rosenbaum, ..., pp. 28-31
        9. Words Vs. Deeds by Kathryn Dunn Tenpas, pp. 32-35
        10. Polls or Pols? by Marty Cohen, David Karol, Hans Noel, and John Zaller, ..., pp. 36-39
        11. Post Industrial Hopes Deferred by Ruy Teixeira, pp. 40-42
        12. The Continued Gop Majority? by Matthew Dowd, pp. 43-44
        13. From Hootie to Harry (And Louise) by Burdett Loomis, pp. 45-50
        14. Cover Photograph by Gary Landsman
      4. [+]
        Fall 2003 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. America Unbound by Ivo H. Daalder and James M. Lindsay, pp. 2-6
        2. Fiscal Follies by William G. Gale and Peter R. Orszag, pp. 7-11
        3. Economic Reform and Military Downsizing by Michael O'Hanlon and Mike Mochizuki, pp. 12-17
        4. Securing the Persian Gulf by Kenneth M. Pollack, pp. 18-22
        5. The Siberian Curse by Fiona Hill and Clifford Gaddy, pp. 23-27
        6. The Battle Over Campaign Finance by Thomas E. Mann, pp. 28-32
        7. President Michael Armacost? by John Fortier, pp. 33-35
        8. Coping With Methuselah by Henry J. Aaron and William B. Schwartz, pp. 36-39
        9. Trends in Math by Tom Loveless, pp. 40-43
        10. May the Best Team Win by Andrew Zimbalist, pp. 44-50