The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
December 2001 Issue - 20 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-4
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 5-8
Lucy Underthings... The Big Number... Competition for the CIA... Terrorism: The Marriag...
- Insider Baseball, pp. 9-12
Why a major league team is headed to Washington.
- Memo of the Month, p. 13
- Studs and Duds, p. 14
In Afghanistan, the Navy has weapons that work. So why don't the Army and Air Force?
- Monthly Journalism Award, pp. 14-21
- Tidbits & Outrages, p. 22
- Fixing a Fat Nation, pp. 23-29
Why diets and gyms won't save us from the obesity epidemic.
- Rich Man, Spore Man, pp. 30-35
If the elite want to survive bioterrorism, they'll have to make sure the poor do, too.
- Can't Beat 'em? Sue'em!, pp. 36-37
What liberal lawyers love about Bush's education plan.
- Who's Who?, pp. 38-40
On Political Books
[+] Nationalism and its Discontents (Review) , pp. 41-43
In the wake of Osama bin Laden's global religious terrorism, old-fashioned nationalism ...
- Who We Are by Robert H. Wiebe
[+] After the World Trade Center (Review) , pp. 44-47
Can America build anything beautiful anymore?
- Preserving the World's Great Cities by Anthony M. Tung
[+] Clowns in Gowns (Review) , pp. 48-51
How Nixon's Rehnquist nomination screwed up the way we pick judges.
- The Rehnquist Choice by John W. Dean
[+] George Washington's Bioterrorism Strategy (Review) , pp. 52-54
How we handled it last time.
- Pox Americana by Elizabeth A. Fenn
[+] Left for Dead (Review) , p. 55
The Strange Death of American Liberalism, by H.W. Brands
- The Strange Death of American Liberalism by H.W. Brands
[+] Rogue Notion (Review) , pp. 55-56
Hit to Kill, by Bradley Graham
- Hit to Kill by Bradley Graham
[+] The Shopping News (Review) , p. 57
Going Shopping, by Ann Satterthwaite
- Going Shopping by Ann Satterthwaite
[+] Solitary Scribbler (Review) , p. 58
President Nixon, by Richard Reeves
- President Nixon by Richard Reeves
[+] Pagan Morality (Review) , pp. 58-62
Warrior Politics, by Robert D. Kaplan
- Warrior Politics by Robert D. Kaplan