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Phillip J. Longman • 42 Items / 3 Books, 23 Articles, 16 Reviews
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  1. Bad Press
    How business journalism helped inflate the bubble.
    The Washington Monthly, October 2002, pp. 18-21
  2. The Best Care Anywhere
    Ten years ago, veterans hospitals were dangerous, dirty, and scandal ridden. Today, the...
    The Washington Monthly, February 2005, pp. 44-48
  3. Best Care Everywhere
    Here's an idea: a civilian VA for the uninsured, and maybe the rest of us
    The Washington Monthly, October 2007, pp. 21-26
  4. Born to Pay (1987)
    The New Politics of Aging in America
    1 Review
  5. Catastrophic Follies
    How the old folks outfoxed themselves
    The New Republic, August 21, 1989, pp. 16-17
  6. Features
    Cover: Code Red
    The Washington Monthly, July 2009, pp. 19-48
  7. Deathbed Politics
    The New Republic, March 30, 1987, pp. 18-19
  8. The Empty Cradle (2004)
    How Falling Birthrates Threaten World Prosperity and What to Do About It
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  9. On Political Books
    The Enemy Is Us (Review)
    Everyone knows it's those damn special interests that bedevil efforts to rein in the fe...
    1. Demosclerosis by Jonathan Rauch
    The Washington Monthly, March 1994, pp. 54-57
  10. Entitlement Junkies
    Think the welfare state is dead? Wrong. It's stronger than ever, thanks to middle-class...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1995, pp. 18-24
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    European Communion (Review)
    God's Continent, by Philip Jenkins
    1. God's Continent by Philip Jenkins
    The Washington Monthly, July 2007, pp. 58-61
  12. Exchange
    Demographic Winter of Our Discontent
    The Nation, March 31, 2008, p. 2
  13. The Fall of the Idea of Thrift
    The merchandisers and the liberal intellectuals overthrew it. Now Reagan is trying to b...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1985, pp. 12-22
  14. From Calhoun to Sister Boom Boom: The Dubious Legacy of Interest Group Politics
    How a champion of slavery became the intellectual forefather of pluralism.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1983, pp. 11-22
  15. The Great Train Robbery
    How the railroad retirement system swindles taxpayers, robs younger workers, and derail...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1987, pp. 12-17
  16. A Hard Way to Die
    The Washington Monthly, January 2010, pp. 12-38
  17. The Health of Nations
    Instead of forcing seniors into HMOs, how about forcing them to exercise?
    The Washington Monthly, April 2003, pp. 16-23
  18. How the Government Cooks the Books
    The budget deficit is bigger than you think.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1987, pp. 47-50
  19. Justice Between Generations
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1985, pp. 73-81
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    Lab Rat (Review)
    Science Fictions, by John Crewdson
    1. Science Fictions by John Crewdson
    The Washington Monthly, March 2002, p. 56
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    Misdiagnosed (Review)
    Sick, by Jonathan Cohn
    1. Sick by Jonathan Cohn
    The Washington Monthly, May 2007, pp. 59-64
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    Missing Children (Review)
    Fewer, by Ben J. Wattenberg
    1. Fewer by Ben J. Wattenberg
    The Washington Monthly, December 2004, pp. 53-55
  23. The Mortgaged Generation: Why the Young Can't Afford a House
    For 20 years after World War II, government made houses more affordable. Today, it make...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1986, pp. 11-14
  24. The Next New Deal
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1992, pp. 88-99
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    Patriot Gains (Review)
    A Free Nation Deep in Debt, by James Macdonald
    1. A Free Nation Deep in Debt by James Macdonald
    The Washington Monthly, December 2002, p. 55
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Warrior and the Priest, by John Milton Cooper, Jr.
    1. The Warrior and the Priest by John Milton Cooper, Jr.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1983, pp. 60-62
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Risking Old Age in America, by Richard J. Margolis
    1. Risking Old Age in America by Richard J. Margolis
    The Washington Monthly, December 1989, p. 57
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    Population Bombing (Review)
    Fatal Misconception, by Matthew Connelly
    1. Fatal Misconception by Matthew Connelly
    National Review, May 19, 2008, pp. 53-57
  29. Preserving Our Privacy
    The Genetic Surprise
    The Wilson Quarterly, Autumn 2000, pp. 40-50
  30. Raising Hell
    How the punishing costs of childbearing imperil us all
    The Washington Monthly, March 2004, pp. 17-24
  31. The Return of Thrift (1996)
    How the Coming Collapse of the Middle-Class Welfare State Will Reawaken Value...
    3 Reviews, 3 Readable
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Lifetrends, by Jerry Gerber, Janet Wolff, Walter Klores, and Gene Brown, ...
    1. Lifetrends by Jerry Gerber, Janet Wolff, Walter Klores, and Gene Brown, ...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1990, p. 59
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    Sentimental Journey (Review)
    Waiting on a Train, by James McCommons
    1. Waiting on a Train by James McCommons
    The Washington Monthly, January 2010, pp. 48-50
  34. The Shipping News
    The Washington Monthly, July 1, 2010, pp. 18-22
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    Son King (Review)
    Jeb: America's Next Bush, by S.V. Date
    1. Jeb: America's Next Bush by S.V. Date
    The Washington Monthly, March 2007, pp. 67-69
  36. Taking America to the Cleaners
    What the old are doing to the young.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1982, pp. 24-30
  37. Features
    Too Small to Fail
    The Washington Monthly, November 2008, pp. 14-18
  38. Features
    Washington's Turnaround Artists
    The Washington Monthly, March 2009, pp. 14-18
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    We've Figured Out the Human Genome! (Review)
    Time for a nap
    1. Life Script by Nicholas Wade
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 52-54
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    An 800-Pound Gorilla on the Ropes (Review)
    Trust Betrayed, by Dale Van Atta
    1. Trust Betrayed by Dale Van Atta
    The Washington Monthly, May 1998, p. 48
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