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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
September 10, 1990 Issue - 18 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 6-7
Madonna's meaning, Brennan's legacy, Madela's men, etc.
- TRB: Strout's Law, p. 8
The man who made this column
- Fighting Dirty, pp. 9-11
- Broken Clock , p. 12
- Notebook , p. 13
- Caucasian Postcard: Return to Pyatigorsk, pp. 14-16
Gorbachev's home region has changed much in thirty years, but things still don't work v...
- Lost in a Fog, pp. 17-19
The vague pronouncements of the 28th Soviet Party Congress are not accidental. They're ...
- New York Stories, pp. 20-23
The common themes of the chilling racial courtroom dramas that have shaken New York, fr...
- Computer Trouble, pp. 24-26
How much did Ed Meese have to do with the Justice Department's persecution of a softwar...
- Salinas Takes a Gamble, pp. 27-33
Reversing the Gorbachev strategy, Mexico's President Salinas has but economic reform ah...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Mysteries (2 Reviews) , p. 34
The Two Jakes (1990 Film), by Jack Nicholson
- The Two Jakes (1990 Film) by Jack Nicholson
- Presumed Innocent (1990 Film) by Alan J. Pakula
- On Theater: Lighten Up, America, pp. 35-36
Censorious puritanism spreads among moralists and liberals alike
[+] Born Again and Again (2 Reviews) , pp. 37-43
Against the Grain: An Autobiography, by Boris Yeltsin
- Against the Grain: An Autobiography by Boris Yeltsin
- Parting with Illusions by Vladimir Pozner
[+] The Hyper-Intellectual (3 Reviews) , pp. 44-45
Selected Writings, by Jean Baudrillard and Mark Poster
- Selected Writings by Jean Baudrillard and Mark Poster
- America by Jean Baudrillard
- Jean Baudrillard: From Marxism to Postmodernism and Beyond by Douglas Kellner
- Contract, pp. 46-47
[+] Laughter and Forgetting (Review) , pp. 48-53
The Oxford Book of Humorous Prose, by Frank Muir
- The Oxford Book of Humorous Prose by Frank Muir
- Washington Diarist: Understatements, pp. 54-56
What did I do in the war again?