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The Washington Monthly, March 1976 Issue
- 13 Articles, 68pp
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    The stock market doesn't put its money where its mouth is.
  • The Culture of Bureaucracy 
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    How the Clever Bureaucrat beats the budget cutter.
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    Low fares and hot pants: a challenge to the C.A.B.
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  • Special Book Section 
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    If you've ever wondered what HEW is doing with its billions, this new Brookings study w...
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    The practical problems libertarians and conservatives overlook.
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    The Kennedy assassinologists are still with us, and their conspiracy keeps on getting b...
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    A look at the new screw-your-buddy books.
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    Susan Brownmiller helps break down the walls we put around rape; but she can't break do...
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    (8 Reviews)
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    Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, by John Bartlow Martin
    1. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois by John Bartlow Martin
    2. The Children of the Counter-Culture by John Rothchild and Susan Berns Wolf
    3. Discriminating Against Discrimination by Robert M. O'Neil
    4. A Man Called Intrepid by William Stevenson
    5. Media Access by Andrew O. Shapiro
    6. No Thank You, Mr. President by John Herbers
    7. The Radical Center by Donald I. Warren
    8. The Wallace factor by Philip Crass