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October 2003 Issue - 19 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-3
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-7
10 Miles Square
- God's Country: Lobbying for a theocracy, one member of Congress at a time, pp. 8-10
- Con Tract: The theory behind neocon self-deception , pp. 11-12
- Sporting Chances , pp. 13-15
- Mourning Has Broken, pp. 16-18
How Bush privatized September 11.
- Hard Corps, pp. 19-22
How to end sexual assault at military academies.
- Malpractice Makes Perfect, pp. 23-27
How the GOP milks a phony doctors' insurance crisis.
- Pillboxed In, pp. 28-29
- Coverstory:Prisoner's Dilemma, pp. 30-40
How the 1960s anti-war activists let today's chicken hawks off the hook. A draft-resist...
- Boob Tube, pp. 41-44
MTV used to be about ambition. Now it's about hot tubs.
On Political Books
[+] Nabobs Revisited (2 Reviews) , pp. 45-47
What Watergate reveals about today's Washington press corps.
- Richard Nixon, Watergate, and the Press by Louis W. Liebovich
- Watergate by Keith W. Olson
[+] Count Me Out (Review) , pp. 48-50
Why rock and politics don't mix.
- We All Want to Change the World by Tom Waldman
[+] Jungle Book (Review) , pp. 51-52
The foreign correspondent as thrill-seeker.
- The Zanzibar Chest by Aidan Hartley
[+] Out of Change (Review) , pp. 53-54
How Bush squandered the money needed to reform government.
- The Two Percent Solution by Matthew Miller
[+] Beating the Bush (Review) , pp. 55-56
How Dubya "helps" business.
- Bushwhacked by Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose
[+] Dame Theory (Review) , pp. 57-59
What Madeleine Albright can teach Bush about toppling dictators.
- Madam Secretary by Madeleine Albright and Bill Woodward
- Meanwhile in America, pp. 60-62
The campaign diary of a comic-book journalist
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