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  1. Dead End on La Salle Street
    The good news: we've found some businessmen who like risk-taking and hate credentials. ...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1983, pp. 22-30
  2. Have Mac, Will Publish
    Today's alternative papers are surprisingly good. Here's why.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1989, pp. 28-30
  3. How The IMF Makes the World Safe for Depression
    The little-understood international agency that puts Paul Volcker to shame.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1983, pp. 14-20
  4. I Was a Chicago Ward Heeler
    Tearing down posters, packing press kits, and other campaign adventures.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1988, pp. 10-16
  5. The Longest Shot
    Measuring Senator Albert Gore Jr. for the White House.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1986, pp. 43-49
  6. The Making of the Hollywood Working Class
    How the writers' strike drove the Jaguar owners to the barricades.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1988, pp. 13-15
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Beyond Control, by Huntington Williams
    1. Beyond Control by Huntington Williams
    The Washington Monthly, November 1989, p. 56
  8. Producer Kidnaps Councilman
    Killer salad bars, quivering lips, and other tales from inside local TV.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1986, pp. 13-21
  9. Watching the Watchdogs
    Are they barking up the wrong tree?
    The Washington Monthly, July 1986, pp. 17-23
  10. You Think the NSC is Screwed Up?
    Take a look at Washington's worst run program.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1987, pp. 13-16
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