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  • The Brookings Review
    Total Archives: 22 Years, 81 Issues, 961 Articles, 4,184pp
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        = 10 Years, 38 Issues, 525 Articles
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          1. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1990 Issue, 8 Articles, 52pp
            Japan, the Enemy?
          2. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1990 Issue, 12 Articles, 52pp
            Four Reasons Not to Cut Social Security Taxes
          3. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1990 Issue, 10 Articles, 60pp
            A Choice Plan for Public Schools by John E. Chubb, Terry M. Moe
          4. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1990 Issue, 9 Articles, 52pp
            U.S. Foreign Policy and Europe, 1990-2000 by Catherine McArdle Kelleher
          5. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1991 Issue, 10 Articles, 52pp
            A Clear Sweep of the Thrift Industry
          6. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1991 Issue, 12 Articles, 56pp
            Special Fifth Anniversary Issue
          7. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1991 Issue, 16 Articles, 60pp
            America's Warriors
          8. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1991 Issue, 13 Articles, 56pp
            Who Runs Our Corporations?
          9. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1992 Issue, 14 Articles, 60pp
            The Struggle for Freedom
            Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
          10. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1992 Issue, 16 Articles, 60pp
            Looking to the East
          11. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1992 Issue, 17 Articles, 60pp
            End of the Arab Arms Race?
          12. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1992 Issue, 16 Articles, 60pp
            Help for America's Cities
          13. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1993 Issue, 13 Articles, 52pp
            Global Drug Scourge
          14. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1993 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
            The Home Front
          15. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1993 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
            The Asia Pacific
          16. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1993 Issue, 15 Articles, 52pp
            Mandatory Saving!
          17. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1994 Issue, 15 Articles, 52pp
            The Sudan
          18. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1994 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
            Remedy for the Health Crisis?
          19. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1994 Issue, 15 Articles, 52pp
            Imperial Russia?
          20. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1994 Issue, 15 Articles, 52pp
            America's Schools
          21. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1995 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
            Global Relations
            A New Twist
          22. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1995 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
            The GOP Contract
            Reshaping the Republic
          23. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1995 Issue, 15 Articles, 56pp
            Race Relations
            The Next Move?
          24. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1995 Issue, 16 Articles, 56pp
            Global Security
            Time for U.S. Leadership
          25. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1996 Issue, 15 Articles, 52pp
            Mexico
            Unsettling Times
          26. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1996 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
            Targeting the Issues
          27. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1997 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
            Cityscapes
          28. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1997 Issue, 19 Articles, 52pp
            Global Minefield
            The Foreign Policy Issues Bill Clinton Cannot Avoid
          29. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1997 Issue, 11 Articles, 52pp
            The Aging of America
          30. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1997 Issue, 13 Articles, 52pp
            Civil Society
          31. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1998 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
            Federal Regulation
          32. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1998 Issue, 12 Articles, 56pp
            Black America
          33. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1998 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
            Asia's Financial Crisis
          34. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1998 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
            The New Metropolitan Agenda
          35. The Brookings Review,
            Winter 1999 Issue, 12 Articles, 52pp
            Setting National Priorities
          36. The Brookings Review,
            Spring 1999 Issue, 14 Articles, 60pp
            What's GOD Got to do with the American Experiment?
          37. The Brookings Review,
            Summer 1999 Issue, 11 Articles, 52pp
            Europe
          38. The Brookings Review,
            Fall 1999 Issue, 13 Articles, 52pp
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          1. A Considered Opinion 
            The Brookings Review
            , Winter 1995, p. 3 - PDF
          2. What the U.S. Nuclear Arsenal Has Cost
            The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995, pp. 14-17 - PDF
          3. The Perpetual Transition Meets the Model Transition
            The Brookings Review
            , Spring 1995, pp. 30-33 - PDF
          4. An African Reflects on Race and Ethnicity
            The Brookings Review
            , Summer 1995, pp. 12-17 - PDF
          5. A Fundamentalist Threat?
            The Brookings Review
            , Winter 1995, pp. 10-15 - PDF
          6. Why Congressional Ethics Committees Are Unethical
            The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995, pp. 44-48 - PDF
          7. Politics Watch 
            The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995, p. 50 - PDF
          8. Can a Consumption Tax Deliver the Goods?
            The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995, pp. 18-23 - PDF
          9. Political Tides and Institutional Changes
            The Brookings Review
            , Spring 1995, pp. 26-29 - PDF
          10. A Misleading Word Muddies the Corporate Governance Debate
            The Brookings Review
            , Winter 1995, pp. 16-19 - PDF
          11. The Brookings Review
            , Winter 1995 - PDF
          12. The Brookings Review
            , Spring 1995 - PDF
          13. The Brookings Review
            , Summer 1995 - PDF
          14. The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995 - PDF
          15. Making Sense of Federal Reform
            The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995, pp. 40-43 - PDF
          16. Improving Job Mobility in the Inner City
            The Brookings Review
            , Fall 1995, pp. 24-27 - PDF
          17. The Public and the Clinton Health Care Plan
            The Brookings Review
            , Summer 1995, pp. 36-41 - PDF
          18. The Case for Not Fixing the Filibuster
            The Brookings Review
            , Summer 1995, pp. 47-49 - PDF
          19. Can They Co-Exist in Peru?
            The Brookings Review
            , Winter 1995, pp. 42-45 - PDF
          20. Returning to the Crime Scene
            The Brookings Review
            , Winter 1995, pp. 20-25 - PDF