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    1. Sixteen simple steps to national sanity that won't cost a cent.
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 1991, pp. 43-49 - PDF
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      (Review)
      The Juror and the General, by M. Patricia Roth
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , November 1986, p. 60 - PDF
    3. The secret jobs that can really make a difference.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , October 1988, pp. 29-35 - PDF
    4. Why the rich feel sorry for themselves. How to make them feel compassion instead.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , June 1990, pp. 10-13 - PDF
    5. Eight smart ways to cut the budget--and make smart investments.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , October 1993, pp. 30-34 - PDF
    6. How the Nixon White House lives on.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1977, pp. 17-24 - PDF
    7. Why the counterbudget created by Brookings' Charles Schultze doesn't differ much from t...
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , August 1972, pp. 57-61 - PDF
    8. Our bipartisan rush toward inflation, recession, and pollution.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , September 1975, pp. 19-26 - PDF
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 1983, pp. 9-14 - PDF
    9. Special Anniversary Section 
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , February 1989, p. 32 - PDF
    10. Jody Powell and Jimmy Carter are extremely able men. Their mutual chemistry, however, m...
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , December 1976, pp. 2-8 - PDF
    11. The editor responds.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1989, pp. 52-54 - PDF
    12. The cheating gene...Verbal methadone...Articles of Feith...The sex-crazed presss...A th...
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 2004, pp. 4-7 - PDF
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , February 1989, pp. 42-43 - PDF
    13. The Culture of Bureaucracy 
      How the Clever Bureaucrat beats the budget cutter.
      1. The Juror and the General by M. Patricia Roth
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1976, p. 8 - PDF
    14. Five Days in Philadelphia (2005) by Charles Peters
      The Amazing "We Want Willkie!" Convention of 1940 and How It Freed FDR to Sav...
      3 Reviews, 1 Readable
    15. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Mayday, by Michael R. Beschloss
      1. Mayday by Michael R. Beschloss
      2. Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1986, p. 58 - PDF
    16. The boss needs to be told what he doesn't want to hear.
      1. Mayday by Michael R. Beschloss
      2. Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi
      The Washington Monthly
      , April 1986, pp. 27-31 - PDF
    17. [+]
      (Review)
      Memorandum for the President, by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The New Republic
      , May 16, 1981, pp. 34-35
    18. A third-year law student writes to tell why all his classmates who'd dreamt of governme...
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , November 1995, pp. 33-37 - PDF
    19. In 1940, the contest was never closer, the stakes never higher
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 2004, pp. 15-16 - PDF
    20. The truth about what's going on down below does not naturally rise up the regular chain...
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , January 1977, pp. 11-15 - PDF
    21. Elliot Richardson was at the top of four government departments within four years. This...
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , September 1974, pp. 15-23 - PDF
    22. The simple equation that explains life in the Capital.
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , January 1993, pp. 43-51 - PDF
    23. The Screwing of the Average Man 
      Our lawyers are so busy getting fair treatment for the rich that they can't afford to w...
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , February 1974, pp. 33-42 - PDF
    24. How the Dodgers, Don Quixote, and Allen Ginsberg saved me.
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , June 1988, pp. 41-48 - PDF
    25. Avoiding the Issues 
      Political reporters know about politics, but they don't know about government.
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1976, pp. 55-57 - PDF
    26. The press has taken on a good many of the characteristics of its recent enemy, the impe...
      1. Memorandum for the President by Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. and Curtis ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , November 1976, pp. 28-34 - PDF
    27. Inside the System (1970) by Charles Peters and Timothy J. Adams
      A Washington Monthly Book
      1 Review
    28. [+]
      (Review)
      Beyond a dislike for mushy liberalism, our experiences have taken us in different direc...
      1. Neo-Conservatism by Irving Kristol
      The Washington Monthly
      , October 1995, pp. 52-54 - PDF
    29. [+]
      (Review)
      The Antagonists, by James F. Simon
      1. The Antagonists by James F. Simon
      The Washington Monthly
      , October 1989, pp. 60-62 - PDF
    30. On Political Books 
      [+]
      (Review)
      How the Kennedys became America's royal family.
      1. The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys by Doris Kearns Goodwin
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1987, pp. 47-48 - PDF
    31. The Washington Sandbag Avoidance and Mine Detector Kit 
      Most people think civil service is good and politics is bad. They're wrong.
      1. The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys by Doris Kearns Goodwin
      The Washington Monthly
      , September 1976, pp. 26-29 - PDF
      1. The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys by Doris Kearns Goodwin
      The Washington Monthly
      , February 1989, p. 37 - PDF
    32. Carter the student will lose in 1980. Carter the teacher could win.
      1. The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys by Doris Kearns Goodwin
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 1979, pp. 12-16 - PDF
    33. Lyndon B. Johnson (2010) by Charles Peters
      The American Presidents Series: The 36th President, 1963-1969
    34. Robert Caro could do the same for contemporary history.
      1. The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys by Doris Kearns Goodwin
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1975, pp. 47-48 - PDF
    35. [+]
      (Review)
      Lost Victory, by William Colby and James McCargar
      1. Lost Victory by William Colby and James McCargar
      The Washington Monthly
      , November 1989, pp. 60-62 - PDF
    36. [+]
      (Review)
      How Truman ushered in the end of liberal idealism.
      1. Truman by David McCullough
      The Washington Monthly
      , June 1992, pp. 46-49 - PDF
    37. Community, Prosperity, Democracy: A platform for the future.
      1. Truman by David McCullough
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1983, pp. 8-18 - PDF
    38. Eighteen cost-free steps to a better America.
      1. Truman by David McCullough
      The Washington Monthly
      , December 1992, pp. 38-45 - PDF
    39. Lawyers already run the country. Now the public interest movement wants to create a WPA...
      1. Truman by David McCullough
      The Washington Monthly
      , November 1975, pp. 40-48 - PDF
    40. Annual Political Book Issue 
      [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      World War II produced a generation of historians willing to get out of the library. A ...
      1. Hiroshima by John Hersey
      2. American Caesar by William Manchester
      3. In Search of History by Theodore H. White
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1979, pp. 32-35 - PDF
      1. Hiroshima by John Hersey
      2. American Caesar by William Manchester
      3. In Search of History by Theodore H. White
      The American Spectator
      , April 1985, p. 17 - PDF
    41. Why didn't we plan for the inevitable?
      1. Hiroshima by John Hersey
      2. American Caesar by William Manchester
      3. In Search of History by Theodore H. White
      The Washington Monthly
      , June 1975, pp. 30-33 - PDF
    42. [+]
      (Review)
      First Lady's Lady, by Sheila Rabb Weidenfeld
      1. First Lady's Lady by Sheila Rabb Weidenfeld
      The Washington Monthly
      , January 1979, p. 62 - PDF
    43. [+]
      (Review)
      The Man from Ida Grove, by Harold E. Hughes and Dick Schneider
      1. The Man from Ida Grove by Harold E. Hughes and Dick Schneider
      The Washington Monthly
      , April 1979, p. 63 - PDF
    44. [+]
      (Review)
      Bay of Pigs: The Untold Story, by Peter Wyden
      1. Bay of Pigs: The Untold Story by Peter Wyden
      The Washington Monthly
      , June 1979, pp. 60-61 - PDF