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  1. American Gospel (2006)
    God, the Founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation
    2 Reviews
  2. American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House (2008)
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  3. The Bottom Line on Health Care Reform
    This is it. In Washington the compromises are coming fast and furious. Here's what refo...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1994, pp. 26-34
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Vital South, by Earl Black and Merle Black
    1. The Vital South by Earl Black and Merle Black
    The Washington Monthly, June 1992, p. 58
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    Capital Follies (Review)
    Little Green Men, by Christopher Buckley
    1. Little Green Men by Christopher Buckley
    The Washington Monthly, March 1999, p. 55
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    Change Comes Slowly (Review)
    The Band Played Dixie, by Nadine Cohodas
    1. The Band Played Dixie by Nadine Cohodas
    The Washington Monthly, June 1997, pp. 53-54
  7. Class Dismissed
    Universities should start caring about how well--and how much--teachers teach.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1993, pp. 42-47
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    Dixie Redux (Review)
    The North won the battle, but the South may have won the war.
    1. Dixie Rising by Peter Applebome
    The Washington Monthly, November 1996, p. 53
  9. Down and Out
    In the thirties and again in the sixties, Americans answered the call to fight poverty....
    The Washington Monthly, November 1993, pp. 24-30
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    Dukedumb (Review)
    How a lightweight Louisiana racist came to spook a nation.
    1. The Emergence of David Duke and the Politics of Race by Douglas D. Rose
    The Washington Monthly, July 1992, pp. 49-50
  11. Franklin and Winston (2003)
    An Intimate Portrait of an Epic Friendship
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  12. On Political Books
    From Here to Eternity (Review)
    The unintended consequences of war.
    1. Ripples of Battle by Victor Davis Hanson
    The Washington Monthly, December 2003, pp. 45-46
  13. The GOP's Master Strategist
    Meet William Kristol, the brainy Republican operative who's teaching the Republicans ho...
    The Washington Monthly, September 1994, pp. 32-39
  14. The Gospel Truth
    The black church--the most enduring institution in the nation's worst neighborhoods--ca...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1993, pp. 8-14
  15. On Political Books
    Gossip, Politics, and Power (Review)
    From Walter Winchell and FDR to Liz Smith and Hillary Clinton, a cultural primer on how...
    1. Winchell by Neal Gabler
    The Washington Monthly, October 1994, pp. 41-45
  16. Hill Climbers
    For staffers on the make, government is a game that even the best-intentioned get sucke...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1993, pp. 28-31
  17. How Colin Powell Plays the Game
    The general is everybody's dream candidate: more pleasant than Dole, more eloquent than...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1994, pp. 33-41
  18. On Political Books
    In Defense of a Defense of Government (Review)
    A proposal for smart, activist public institutions and the question: How do we get ther...
    1. In Defense of Government by Jacob Weisberg
    The Washington Monthly, April 1996, pp. 45-47
  19. Is Little Rock Corrupting Washington? C'mon
    Take a look at the national capital and you'll find more sweetheart deals, conflicts of...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1994, pp. 36-45
  20. On Political Books
    The Lives Behind the Dream (2 Reviews)
    Remembering the foot soldiers of the civil rights movement.
    1. Walking with the Wind by John Lewis and Michael D'Orso
    2. The Children by David Halberstam
    The Washington Monthly, May 1998, pp. 38-40
  21. The Media, 1993
    Myth Information
    How unwitting journalists get policy wrong.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1993, pp. 20-26
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Southern Front, by Eugene D. Genovese
    1. The Southern Front by Eugene D. Genovese
    The Washington Monthly, September 1995, p. 57
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    The Savage South (Review)
    Redemption, by Nicholas Lemann
    1. Redemption by Nicholas Lemann
    The Washington Monthly, September 2006, pp. 54-58
  24. The Son Also Rises
    From Caney Fork to Capitol Hill, Al Gore has never stopped striving
    The Washington Monthly, October 2000, pp. 41-44
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    Spinning From The Grave (Review)
    Even at the end of his life, Nixon was still trying to control the story.
    1. Nixon Off the Record by Monica Crowley
    The Washington Monthly, September 1996, pp. 42-43
  26. The Truth About Twentysomethings
    They're highly educated, politically savvy, slightly jaded--and one day soon, they'll b...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1995, pp. 21-26
  27. Voices in Our Blood (2001)
    America's Best on the Civil Rights Movement
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  28. Voting Wrongs
    How Republicans exploited race in redistricting.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1993, pp. 28-31
  29. What Al Gore Might Learn the Hard Way
    Government has been reinvented before. Here's why it didn't work.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1993, pp. 16-20
  30. What the Death of Health Reform Teaches Us about the Media
    In 1993 and 1994, Washington journalism's worst habits confused the public and helped s...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1994, pp. 35-41
  31. What the Religious Right Can Teach the New Democrats
    Extremists grab the headlines, but America's evangelicals have a message we all need to...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1993, pp. 42-48
  32. What Will Rogers Could Teach Rush Limbaugh
    A voice of selflessness and consensus might sound out of place today, but without one, ...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1994, pp. 16-21
  33. Whittle, Down to Size
    The unmiraculous past of education's latest savior.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1992, pp. 18-24
  34. Departments
    Why It's Too Hard to Start a New Business
    Got an entrepreneurial idea? Pray you hit the lottery, because the odds of getting mone...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1994, pp. 10-15
  35. Why the Party of the People Has a Grassroots Problem
    ... And how to solve it.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1993, pp. 22-28
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