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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
February 28, 2005 Issue - 15 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Representative Roy Blount v. Michael Crowley, etc.
- TRB: More Than Words, pp. 6-8
Rather than complain that George W. Bush's democratic rhetoric isn't supported by his f...
- Insuring America, p. 9
Social Security is essential to preserving the middle class, which makes it a key compo...
- Notebook, pp. 10-11
Great---and not-so-great---moments from The New Republic's past
- Faith Full, pp. 12-13
Liberals once believed that morality had a role in the public sphere. It's a faith to w...
- Fact Finders, pp. 14-16
The most important difference between liberal and conservative economics has nothing to...
- Not Much Left, pp. 17-19
Liberals have a problem: They have run out of big ideas
- Structural Flaw, pp. 20-23
Liberalism faces a far more daunting challenge than the Republican Party: a changing wo...
Books and the Arts
[+] Films: Will and Whim (2 Reviews) , p. 24
Nobody Knows (2005 Film), by Hirokazu Koreeda
- Nobody Knows (2005 Film) by Hirokazu Koreeda
- Up and Down (2005 Film) by Jan Hrebejk
- Theater: The Saved and the Drowned, p. 25
Primo, based on the writings of Primo Levi, is a restrained, diligently researched inve...
- "The situation is dangerous", p. 26
- Art: Audacity, pp. 27-30
Rubens's passionate drawings, in a new exhibition at the Metropolitan, illuminate his e...
[+] Dismal Precedents (Review) , pp. 31-37
Perilous Times, by Geoffrey R. Stone
- Perilous Times by Geoffrey R. Stone
- Washington Diarist, pp. 38-40
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