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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
July 4, 1994 Issue - 21 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Hyper about pluralism, sanguine about the Democrats, etc.
[+] TRB: Flopulists (Review) , p. 6
The real villains in The Agenda
- The Agenda: Inside the Clinton White House by Bob Woodward
- Courting Damascus, p. 7
It's not worth Warren Christopher's career
- Notebook, p. 8
The firing of Stephen Oxman, boring headlines again, etc.
- Portland Postcard: Thorny, p. 9
Is the Rose Festival sexist?
- My Two Cents, p. 9
A poem by Larry King
- After You've Gone: Spurious George, pp. 10-11
Mr. Ball's elitism
Special World Cup Issue
- The Turnips, pp. 12-13
England's team: a national parable
- No Kicks, p. 14
Why Americans are bored by soccer
- Soccer Without Balls, p. 15
What I get out of the women's game
- PRI-Game, pp. 16-18
In Mexico, soccer as politics; politics as soccer
- L.A. Story, p. 19
America's real fans
- Victory, pp. 20-22
The goal of German soccer nationalists
- The Dellums Dilemma, pp. 23-25
So far, Ron Dellums has won plaudits as House Armed Services Committee chairman. But th...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Thrills and Chills (2 Reviews) , p. 26
Speed (1994 Film), by Jan de Bont
- Speed (1994 Film) by Jan de Bont
- The Boys of St. Vincent (1992 Film) by John N. Smith
- The Master of Imperfection, pp. 27-32
The protean career of Willem de Kooning, the last modern painter
[+] Speak, Memory (Review) , pp. 33-35
Colored People: A Memoir, by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
- Colored People: A Memoir by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
[+] The Craftsman and the Nihilist (Review) , pp. 36-39
Learned Hand: The Man and the Judge, by Gerald Gunther
- Learned Hand: The Man and the Judge by Gerald Gunther
- The Accident, 1901, pp. 40-41
- Washington Diarist: FTV, pp. 42-44