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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
February 4, 2002 Issue - 16 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Was Shostakovich Stalin's drummer boy?, etc.
- TRB: West Wing, pp. 6-8
The importance of Richard Riordan
- Eastern Alliance, p. 9
America's farcicial detente with Iran
- Notebook, pp. 10-11
Why everything W. says about Enron is wrong, etc.
- Air Pressure, p. 12
Why W. might just make your air cleaner
- Trading Places, pp. 13-14
Meet the next Enrons
- Reform School, pp. 15-16
At first glance, the Enron scandal suggests we need campaign finance reform. Upon close...
- Business School, pp. 17-18
Campaign finance reform seems the obvious way to prevent future Enrons. Except that cam...
- Sorority Row, pp. 19-23
The University of Alabama's Greek system may be the most powerful institution in the st...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: The Three Mysteries (Review) , p. 24
What Time Is It There? (2001 Film), by Ming-liang Tsai
- What Time Is It There? (2001 Film) by Ming-liang Tsai
- On Art: Making Taste, pp. 25-32
Tastemakers such as Chick Austin, Alfred Barr, and Peggy Guggenheim once galvanized the...
[+] Effects and Causes (Review) , pp. 33-36
The Complete Works of Isaac Babel, by Nathalie Babel and Isaac Babel
- The Complete Works of Isaac Babel by Nathalie Babel and Isaac Babel
[+] Thorny of Thornies (2 Reviews) , pp. 37-39
Divided Jerusalem, by Bernard Wasserstein
- Divided Jerusalem by Bernard Wasserstein
- The Rock by Kanan Makiya
- Mask, pp. 40-41
- Washington Diarist: Slander, pp. 42-44
- On the Cover: Illustration