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    Inside the System (1970) by Charles Peters and Timothy J. Adams
    A Washington Monthly Book
    Zen Pong and Open Government by Marcus Raskin and Charles Peters, pp. 44-48 - PDF
     There is dissent within the bureaucracy. But the public seldom finds out about i...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1970
    The Brookings Budget: One Schultz is Like Another(e) by Charles Peters and John Rothchild, pp. 57-61 - PDF
     Why the counterbudget created by Brookings' Charles Schultze doesn't differ much...
    The Washington Monthly, August 1972
    Winning Back the Ethnics: Public Help for Private Schools by Charles Peters, pp. 57-61 - PDF
     If government money is given to public and private schools generally, the exclus...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1973
    The Prince and His Courtiers: At the White House, the Kremlin, and the Reichscha... by Russell Baker and Charles Peters, pp. 30-39 - PDF
     Are we our master's keeper?
    The Washington Monthly, February 1973
    Why the White House Press Didn't Get the Watergate Story by Charles Peters, pp. 7-15 - PDF
     A highly paid and able group of journalists failed to get a glimmer of the polit...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1973
    Senator Baker and the Bureau Chief: Why They're Wrong About Watergate by Charles Peters, pp. 22-24 - PDF
     Everyone wants to find out whether the President actually knew what his men were...
    The Washington Monthly, September 1973
    How Your Lawyer Does It by Charles Peters, pp. 33-42 - PDF
     Our lawyers are so busy getting fair treatment for the rich that they can't affo...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1974
    The Zero Defect System by Charles Peters, pp. 34-35 - PDF
     Why Sancho Panza is needed at the White House, and elsewhere.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1974
    How to Take Over The Government by Charles Peters, pp. 15-23 - PDF
     Elliot Richardson was at the top of four government departments within four year...
    The Washington Monthly, September 1974
    Putting Yourself on the Line by Charles Peters, pp. 19-28 - PDF
     Conservatives and liberals are becoming indistinguishable in their support of th...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1974
    The Master Biographer by Charles Peters, pp. 47-48 - PDF
     Robert Caro could do the same for contemporary history.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1975
    The Others We Forgot by Charles Peters, pp. 30-33 - PDF
     Why didn't we plan for the inevitable?
    The Washington Monthly, June 1975
    The Case Against Energy Independence by Charles Peters and Glen Allerhand, pp. 19-26 - PDF
     Our bipartisan rush toward inflation, recession, and pollution.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1975
    Now You're Thinking Like a Lawyer by Michael Kinsley and Charles Peters, pp. 40-48 - PDF
     Lawyers already run the country. Now the public interest movement wants to creat...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1975
    We Could Have Saved New York by Charles Peters, pp. 41-46 - PDF
     It may be too late for New York, but there's still time to save the rest of the ...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1975
    The Firemen First Principle by Charles Peters, p. 8 - PDF
     How the Clever Bureaucrat beats the budget cutter.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1976
    The Ignorant Press by Charles Peters, pp. 55-57 - PDF
     Political reporters know about politics, but they don't know about government.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1976
    A Kind Word For The Spoils System by Charles Peters, pp. 26-29 - PDF
     Most people think civil service is good and politics is bad. They're wrong.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1976
    A Revolutionary Answer to Medical Costs by Charles Peters, pp. 2-3 - PDF
     A way to extend the benefits of Medicaid and Medicare to everyone without drivin...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1976
    Why Other Harvards Aren't Discovering It by Charles Peters, pp. 51-53 - PDF
     They have no idea how exciting something different can be--but even if they knew...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1976
    The Imperial Press by Tom Bethell and Charles Peters, pp. 28-34 - PDF
     The press has taken on a good many of the characteristics of its recent enemy, t...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1976
    Concerns About Carter- and His Chief Courtier by Charles Peters, pp. 2-8 - PDF
     Jody Powell and Jimmy Carter are extremely able men. Their mutual chemistry, how...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1976
    How Carter Can Find Out What the Government is Doing by Charles Peters, pp. 11-15 - PDF
     The truth about what's going on down below does not naturally rise up the regula...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1977
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