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  1. American Communes: Voluntary Maoism
    A relic of the sixties prospers in obscurity. The life may be only for some, but its le...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1975, pp. 16-23
  2. The Culture of Bureaucracy
    The American Connection
    The French connection is where one crook sells to another. The American connection is w...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1972, pp. 33-44
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    Arbitrageurs Anonymous (Review)
    There's a way to cure Wall Street of the trading habit.
    1. What's Wrong With Wall Street by Louis Lowenstein
    The Washington Monthly, July 1988, pp. 50-55
  4. Books
    Book Review (Review)
    Lifton may think this is an activist, volatile age, but all the frenzy disguises a grow...
    1. Boundaries by Robert Jay Lifton
    The Washington Monthly, January 1971, pp. 59-64
  5. Departments
    The Bottom Line
    New York Magazine, April 13, 1998, pp. 18-19
  6. The Brookings Budget: One Schultz is Like Another(e)
    Why the counterbudget created by Brookings' Charles Schultze doesn't differ much from t...
    The Washington Monthly, August 1972, pp. 57-61
  7. The Children of the Counter-Culture (1976)
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  8. Civil Defense: The Case for Nuclear War
    A nuclear attack on the U.S. would have its advantages. Civil Defense planners, and man...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1970, pp. 34-46
  9. Cooing Down the War: The Senate's Lame Doves
    How committed are the knights of peace? Surprises behind the trick mirror.
    The Washington Monthly, August 1971, pp. 6-20
  10. The Culture of Bureaucracy: Washington's Other Crime Problem
    Government persistently breaks the law because it's easier that way and no one who matt...
    The Washington Monthly, August 1970, pp. 55-66
  11. The Day Drugs Came to Steinhatchee, Fla.
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1983, pp. 45-52
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    Drug Bust (Review)
    One DBA sting suggests that the agency's present tactics can't win the war on drugs.
    1. Swordfish by David McClintick
    The Washington Monthly, September 1993, pp. 49-51
  13. The Electronic Battlefield: Strangelove's Answer to War Crimes
    Through the Automated Battlefield, already in use in Vietnam, soldiers will be replaced...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1971, pp. 6-16
  14. Finding the Facts Bureaucrats Hide
    The Freedom of Information Act was designed to make Ellsbergs obsolete, but it is no ma...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1972, pp. 15-27
  15. From Chokoloskee Chicken to Panama Red: Florida's Love Affair with Larceny
    First it was shady land deals and moonshine. Now it's drugs. Why the law can't stop them.
    The Washington Monthly, January 1985, pp. 44-51
  16. The Great Helium Bubble
    Lots of resources need saving. Not helium. That's what we're saving.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1970, pp. 22-29
  17. The Imaginary Insider
    Julian K. Prescott has demonstrated that in an age of deception, imagination is more pe...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1972, pp. 35-39
  18. The Informant
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1982, pp. 29-39
  19. Revenue Sharing With the Rich and the Crooked
    The Washington Monthly, February 1972, pp. 8-12
  20. Letter from Quito
    National Review, April 21, 1970, pp. 405-406
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    A Turn in the South, by V.S. Naipaul
    1. A Turn in the South by V.S. Naipaul
    The Washington Monthly, June 1989, pp. 58-62
  22. Moral Ostrichism: Blindness on a Bank Board
    How boards of directors refuse responsibility for their own associations.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1970, pp. 29-34
  23. O. Roy Chalk: Leonardo Or Otis B. Driftwood?
    The madcap adventures of a one-man conglomerate-- and how the cookie is crumbling.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1971, pp. 55-63
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Flying High, by Wayne Greenhaw
    1. Flying High by Wayne Greenhaw
    The Washington Monthly, November 1984, p. 58
  25. Postcard South Florida: Miami Nice?
    The New Republic, October 3, 1988, pp. 16-17
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    A Feast for Lawyers, by Sol Stein
    1. A Feast for Lawyers by Sol Stein
    The Washington Monthly, December 1989, pp. 60-62
  27. The Screwing of the Average Man
    Every day in every way you get taken.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1971, pp. 33-39
  28. The Shriver Prescription: How the Government Can Find Out What It's Doing
    Presidents don't know what their generals are doing. Generals don't know what their lie...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1972, pp. 32-40
  29. The Stock Analysts
    The Wall Streeters who tell you when and what to buy and sell.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1987, pp. 10-17
  30. Views of the Press
    The Stories Reporters Don't Write
    Because they are either prisoners of their sources or prisoners of the news--two closel...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1971, pp. 20-27
  31. The Twilight Zone of Government
    Like the new Post Office, the New York Port Authority was put above politics so it cou...
    The Washington Monthly, September 1971, pp. 40-47
  32. The Un-silent Generation
    National Review, June 17, 1969, pp. 591-594
  33. Up for Grabs (1984)
    A Trip Through Time and Space in the Sunshine State
    1 Review
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