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The Washington Monthly
, November 1980 Issue
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Tilting at Windmills
, pp. 6-10 -
Le Couvert Blown: William Colby en Francois
by Joseph Nocera, pp. 11-19 -
Finally, proof that Frank Snepp was framed.
A Plague of Judges
by Robert F. Nagel, pp. 20-22 -
The Burger Court's Secret Plan for America
Memo of the Month
, pp. 23-24 -
, p. 25 -
Earn Big Money in Your Spare Time with *No Money Down *No Real Estate *No Talent...
by James Lyons, pp. 26-32 -
All you need is a post office box, a typewriter, and the Federal Register.
Tidbits & Outrages
, p. 33 -
Ten Ironies That Made Our Nation What It Is Today
by Michael Nelson, pp. 34-45 -
Garfield died for your sins.
, pp. 46-47 -
Racking with Missey: Life at a Southern Women's College
by Helen Rogan, pp. 48-54 -
Don't tell Daddy.
Where to Stay in Washington
, p. 55 -
, p. 56 -
by Larry Zanin, -
"China's Rise, America's Fall"
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