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October 2, 1995 Issue - 14 Articles
- TRB: Into the Wilderness
John B. Judis, pp. 4-5
The Christian right's political clout is overrated---as the experience of one small tow...
- Correspondence, pp. 6-8
Bill Gates's trust fund, dancing on Newsday's grave, etc.
The Editors, p. 9
A peculiar peace plan for Bosnia
- Notebook, pp. 10-11
Stealth hypocrisy, French delusions, Jerusalem's birthday, etc.
- Big Zeroes
Matthew Miller, pp. 12-13
Despite all the talk of government "shutdown" and budgetary "train wrecks," Clinton and...
- Flip Wilson
Peter Schrag, pp. 14-19
Pete Wilson, the brilliant "repositioner," may be the Republican candidate the Democrat...
- Race in the Newsroom
Ruth Shalit, pp. 20-37
Twenty years ago, The Washington Post was lilywhite and disconnected from the majority ...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Controlled Substances (Review)
Stanley Kauffmann, p. 38
Clockers (1995 Film), by Spike Lee
- Clockers (1995 Film) by Spike Lee
- On Art: Jazz Age Pastoral
Jed Perl, pp. 39-41
The brittle liveliness of Florine Stettheimer's vision
[+] The Man Who Knew Too Much (Review)
Jackson Lears, pp. 42-49
The Revolt of the Elites, and the Betrayal of Democracy, by Christopher Lasch
- The Revolt of the Elites, and the Betrayal of Democracy by Christopher Lasch
[+] Balance in the Earth (3 Reviews)
Alan Brinkley, pp. 50-51
But Is It True?, by Aaron Wildavsky
- But Is It True? by Aaron Wildavsky
- A Moment on the Earth by Gregg Easterbrook
- The New Ecological Order by Luc Ferry
- Adonis All Male Revue, November 24
Melanie Rehak, pp. 52-53
- Moscow Diarist: Special Deliveries
Ann Hulbert, pp. 54-56