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Year 1976 Archives
The Washington Monthly Archives
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    Total Archives: 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
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    1. Special Book Section 
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1976, pp. 22-23 - PDF
    2. The political columnists didn't foresee the new ideas and new faces this year. They wer...
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 1976, pp. 12-24 - PDF
    3. Conglomerate expansion is being financed by banks. The result: fewer companies, less co...
      The Washington Monthly
      , June 1976, pp. 34-38 - PDF
    4. The Culture of Bureaucracy 
      Why the Social Security computer sent out over $500 million in excess welfare payments.
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1976, pp. 34-41 - PDF
    5. Life at the Federal Executive Institute.
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1976, pp. 45-47 - PDF
    6. How a liberal reporter turned conservatives against a conservative crime bill.
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1976, pp. 19-22 - PDF
    7. A monetary detective finds a painless way to catch the taxevaders and cripple organized...
      The Washington Monthly
      , May 1976, pp. 26-33 - PDF
    8. Practically everyone is for day care, but practically all the evidence says it's bad fo...
      The Washington Monthly
      , December 1976, pp. 22-31 - PDF
    9. Sometimes it's worthwhile to save people from totalitarianism for their sake--and becau...
      The Washington Monthly
      , November 1976, pp. 35-42 - PDF
    10. Jody Powell and Jimmy Carter are extremely able men. Their mutual chemistry, however, m...
      The Washington Monthly
      , December 1976, pp. 2-8 - PDF
    11. Under the Bail Reform Act of 1965, we lock up witnesses to protect them .from the crimi...
      The Washington Monthly
      , January 1976, pp. 5-21 - PDF
    12. A detailed account of the last days of the investigative era that began with Watergate-...
      The Washington Monthly
      , April 1976, pp. 6-20 - PDF
    13. The Washington Monthly
      , February 1976, p. 63 - PDF
    14. When 'polities' was taken out of the Post Office, it began to serve postal employees ra...
      The Washington Monthly
      , July 1976, pp. 6-11 - PDF
    15. How the drug companies, the government, the researchers, and the health reformers join ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , April 1976, pp. 51-61 - PDF
    16. The Kennedy assassinologists are still with us, and their conspiracy keeps on getting b...
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1976, pp. 35-46 - PDF
    17. In The Final Days, Woodward and Bernstein seem to have accepted as gospel the self-serv...
      The Washington Monthly
      , September 1976, pp. 48-52 - PDF
    18. The Culture of Bureaucracy 
      How the Clever Bureaucrat beats the budget cutter.
      The Washington Monthly
      , March 1976, p. 8 - PDF
    19. Thirty five per cent of the government's budget is spent through contractors, the most ...
      The Washington Monthly
      , January 1976, pp. 46-55 - PDF
    20. The people who brought us all the foreign policy mistakes of the '60s have been turning...
      The Washington Monthly
      , September 1976, pp. 42-47 - PDF