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The Washington Monthly
, March 1976 Issue
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Wall Street: The Entrepreneur's Worst Friend
by Thomas Redburn, pp. 3-7 -
The stock market doesn't put its money where its mouth is.
The Culture of Bureaucracy
The Firemen First Principle
by Charles Peters, p. 8 -
How the Clever Bureaucrat beats the budget cutter.
Memo of the Month
, pp. 8-11 -
The Texas Airline War
by George Hopkins, pp. 12-19 -
Low fares and hot pants: a challenge to the C.A.B.
Tidbits and Outrages
, pp. 20-21 -
Special Book Section
Annual Political Book Award
, pp. 22-23 -
Wildly Out of Control
by Walter Shapiro, pp. 24-26 -
If you've ever wondered what HEW is doing with its billions, this new Brookings ...
Waco, Wilt and the Ama
by James Fallows, pp. 27-34 -
The practical problems libertarians and conservatives overlook.
Earl Warren: On the Mob's Payroll?
by Tom Bethell, pp. 35-46 -
The Kennedy assassinologists are still with us, and their conspiracy keeps on ge...
The Political Puzzle
, p. 47 -
Intimidation and Power: Games Losers Play
by David Ignatius, pp. 48-55 -
A look at the new screw-your-buddy books.
Putting the Sex Back Into Rape
by Taylor Branch, pp. 56-62 -
Susan Brownmiller helps break down the walls we put around rape; but she can't b...
, pp. 63-66 -
Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, by John Bartlow Martin, ...
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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