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  1. An American Hero: Dr. David Boyd and Emergency Medical Care
    Meet the doctor who saved lives the hard way--by being a bureaucrat.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1986, pp. 19-27
  2. The Best of the Washington Monthly
    On the Disability Rights Movement
    The Washington Monthly, November 2009, pp. 35-36
  3. Bush's Ownership Society
    Why no one's buying
    The Washington Monthly, December 2005, pp. 14-20
  4. The Case for Denial
    What the handicapped movement can learn from a Totally Normal Guy.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1988, pp. 12-17
  5. The Case for The Draft
    America can remain the world's superpower. Or it can maintain its all-volunteer militar...
    The Washington Monthly, March 2005, pp. 18-25
  6. Chicago's Hands-On Mayor
    The Secret of Rich Daley's Success
    City Journal, Autumn 1993, pp. 78-84
  7. Dialing for Dollars
    Telemarketing is becoming a huge industry, and its sleazy underside has grown up with it.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1986, pp. 11-16
  8. Editor's Note
    The Washington Monthly, December 2004, p. 5
  9. My Favorite Reform
    End Rush Hour Traffic Jams
    "There is a straightforward way to reduce or even eliminate clogged traffic: make drive...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1994, pp. 30-32
  10. First Draft
    The battle to create universal national service has just started. Here's how it can be ...
    The Washington Monthly, March 2003, pp. 11-13
  11. Frank Fat's Napkin
    How the trial lawyers (and the doctors!) sold out to the tobacco companies.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1987, pp. 19-24
  12. The Freest Enterprise
    Unbeholden to Wall Street, privately held companies can behave more responsibly.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1987, pp. 51-54
  13. The Government Debt Racket
    Meet the men who get rich dreaming up ways for states and cities to borrow money.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1985, pp. 12-23
  14. Greece's Grievance
    The New Republic, July 29, 1985, pp. 15-16
  15. Guest Column
    The insanity of work-study
    Blueprint/The New Democrat, March/April 2002, p. 13
  16. How the Democrats Could Have Won
    Three ideas that might have changed the elections.
    The Washington Monthly, December 2002, pp. 9-11
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    Inside Tax Reform (Review)
    How the good guys made the bad guys do the right thing.
    1. Showdown at Gucci Gulch by Jeffrey H. Birnbaum and Alan S. Murray
    The Washington Monthly, June 1987, pp. 52-57
  18. Iran Contra II?
    Fresh strutiny on a rogue Pentagon operation
    The Washington Monthly, October 2004, pp. 16-17
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    Labor's Love Lost (Review)
    Did the yuppies destroy the unions?
    1. Which Side Are You On? by Thomas Geoghegan
    The Washington Monthly, September 1991, pp. 50-52
  20. Life and Death in the Emergency Room
    We could save thousands of lives, but many hospitals don't want to be told how.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1985, pp. 20-32
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    Middle America's Dirty Little Secret (Review)
    Behind the rhetoric of extremes lurks a nation of moderates.
    1. One Nation, After All by Alan Wolfe
    The Washington Monthly, March 1998, pp. 41-42
  22. Now Do You Believe We Need a Draft?
    We're in a new kind of war. Time for a new kind of draft.
    The Washington Monthly, November 2001, pp. 9-11
  23. The Official 1984 Reagan Storecard
    In 1981, we told you what to watch for. Now the results are in on whether Ronald Reagan...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1984, pp. 30-46
  24. ...One that Should be the Best, But Isn't
    The ACLU and the right to die in a train wreck.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1988, pp. 27-33
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    Out of the Melting Pot, Into the Fire (Review)
    By refusing to acknowledge immigration's downsides, elites invite nativism. But does a ...
    1. Alien Nation by Peter Brimelow
    The Washington Monthly, April 1995, pp. 42-48
  26. On Political Books
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    Paradigm Glossed (Review)
    Reinventing Government's on the right track, but its prescriptions aren't always realis...
    1. Reinventing Government by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler
    The Washington Monthly, April 1992, pp. 39-43
  27. Patriot Games
    Our roving reporter goes in search of the militia movement's gun-wielding amateur soldi...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1995, pp. 23-25
  28. Perverse Polarity
    The mainstream media bemoans the lack of civility in Washington---but won't say who's r...
    The Washington Monthly, June 2004, pp. 19-24
  29. On Political Books
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    The Phillips Curve (Review)
    Is there an emerging populist majority?
    1. The Politics of Rich and Poor by Kevin P. Phillips
    The Washington Monthly, June 1990, pp. 52-55
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Medical-Industrial Complex, by Stanley Wohl
    1. The Medical-Industrial Complex by Stanley Wohl
    The Washington Monthly, May 1984, p. 59
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Sex and Money, by John Spooner
    1. Sex and Money by John Spooner
    The Washington Monthly, April 1985, p. 57
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Beyond Human Scale, by Eli Ginzberg and George Vojta
    1. Beyond Human Scale by Eli Ginzberg and George Vojta
    The Washington Monthly, July 1985, p. 55
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Passage to Peshawar, by Richard Reeves
    1. Passage to Peshawar by Richard Reeves
    The Washington Monthly, March 1985, p. 58
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Privatization Decision, by John D. Donahue
    1. The Privatization Decision by John D. Donahue
    The Washington Monthly, November 1989, p. 55
  35. Politics 101
    The meaning of the midterms
    The Washington Monthly, November 2006, pp. 13-14
  36. Postcard Punjab
    Inside the Temple
    The New Republic, July 4, 1988, pp. 13-14
  37. The Powers That Shouldn't Be
    Five Washington insiders the next Democratic president shouldn't hire.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1987, pp. 39-49
  38. Rego a Go-Go
    Guess what happens when Al Gore's National Performance Review comes to a V.A. hospital....
    The New Republic, November 21, 1994, pp. 14-16
  39. On Political Books
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    Roosevelt, Churchill, and...Willkie? (Review)
    Five Days in Philadelphia, by Charles Peters
    1. Five Days in Philadelphia by Charles Peters
    The Washington Monthly, July 2005, pp. 41-43
  40. The Secret Solution to the Deficit
    What the rich don't want you to know: A fairer tax code would take more from the estate...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1991, pp. 25-28
  41. Undercovered
    Reinventing government is Al Gore's biggest initiative. So why isn't the press checking...
    The New Republic, March 2, 1998, pp. 15-17
  42. Vision Quest
    How John Kerry can create jobs by taking on K Street
    The Washington Monthly, April 2004, pp. 16-19
  43. Warning: The Surgeon General May Be Good for Your Health
    Six years ago C. Everett Koop was loved by conservatives and vilified by liberals. Now ...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1987, pp. 13-19
  44. What Goos for GM
    The New Republic, April 1, 1985, p. 9
  45. Whose Government Is Gored?
    A guide to the vice president's report: Can it truly reform government without merely e...
    The New Republic, October 11, 1993, pp. 33-37
  46. Cover Story
    Why Can't Democrats Get Tough?
    Bush's White House is partisan, imperial, and ruthless-but not invulnerable.
    The Washington Monthly, March 2002, pp. 38-39
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