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  1. Bread & Circuses
    Carter's Final Meltdown.
    Two months later, the President and his advisers are still puzzled about what went wron...
    Inquiry, September 10, 1979, pp. 8-9
  2. Bread & Circuses
    The Charge of the White Horse Brigade.
    Americans seem to want a President who'll be a real take-charge guy. What better choice...
    Inquiry, October 29, 1979, pp. 6-7
  3. Bread & Circuses
    Don't Mess with Chung.
    An exiled Korean dissident, publisher of a tiny antigovernment newspaper, survives both...
    Inquiry, December 10, 1979, pp. 7-8
  4. Bread & Circuses
    An Echo, Not a Choice.
    There's an ominous new belligerence in the air in Washington, making it hard to tell th...
    Inquiry, August 6, 1979, p. 8
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    he didn't stop with Watergate (Review)
    Jimmy Carter: The Man and the Myth, by Victor Lasky
    1. Jimmy Carter: The Man and the Myth by Victor Lasky
    Inquiry, July 9, 1979, pp. 28-29
  6. Bread & Circuses
    Hell, No, They Won't Go.
    In congressional hearings on the draft, senators learned that young Americans are prepa...
    Inquiry, July 9, 1979, pp. 7-8
  7. Bread & Circuses
    Iranian Crisis Brought Home.
    Nuke Iran" T-shirts are catching on, and even liberals are thinking the unthinkable.
    Inquiry, January 7, 1980, pp. 8-9
  8. Bread & Circuses
    Paying Off the Teachers.
    If Congress creates a Department of Education, Jimmy Carter will have paid off a campai...
    Inquiry, May 14, 1979, pp. 9-10
  9. Politics & Government
    The Saturday Review, April 21, 1973, p. 68
  10. Bread & Circuses
    The Quiet War on Cults.
    When the Senate decides to hold "informal" hearings on how to protect the religious fre...
    Inquiry, October 15, 1979, pp. 6-7
  11. Media
    Roots and Grafts
    Inquiry, April 16, 1979, pp. 8-9
  12. Bread and Circuses
    Singing the Balanced-Budget Blues.
    People want the government to stop spending so damned much money, but Congress is busy ...
    Inquiry, May 1, 1979, p. 7
  13. Bread and Circuses
    Snooping at the Post Office.
    The Postal Service has announced that it intends to resume national-security mail cover...
    Inquiry, June 11, 1979, pp. 8-9
  14. Bread & Circuses
    Snowbound in the White House.
    Hamilton Jordan, like Peter Bourne before him, is learning the hard way that drug laws ...
    Inquiry, November 12, 1979, pp. 10-11
  15. Bread & Circuses
    Spying Back.
    Turnabout doesn't look like fair play when the feds become the quarry.
    Inquiry, December 24, 1979, pp. 7-8
  16. Bread & Circuses
    A Tale of Two Bureaucrats.
    While Ernest Fitzgerald was blowing the whistle about the $2 billion cost overrun on Lo...
    Inquiry, November 26, 1979, pp. 8-9
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