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The Washington Monthly
, December 1989 Issue
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, pp. 2-5 -
Tilting at Windmills
by Charles Peters, pp. 6-9 -
A nonrefundable ticket... the Calvin Coolidge Brigade... from the Left, I'm Mike...
Born to be Mild
by Timothy Noah, pp. 10-18 -
He's influential, informed, and responsible. But do you really want Sam Nunn to ...
Notes from Underground
by Peter Gray, pp. 19-22 -
Some surprising lessons about productivity and job satisfaction from the coal mi...
, pp. 23-25 -
The Success Story of the War on Poverty
by Liza Mundy, pp. 26-31 -
If it's really a Head Start, why are we still dragging our feet?
Memo of the Month
, p. 32 -
Lessons from the Poverty Front
by Nicholas Lemann, p. 33 -
OEO didn't solve our urban problems, but it did some things right. Things we sho...
Monthly Journalism Award
, pp. 34-35 -
When Criminal Rights Go Wrong
by Paul Savoy, pp. 36-41 -
Forget liberal. Forget conservative. Think common sense.
Tidbits and Outrages
, pp. 42-45 -
On Political Books
by James Fallows, pp. 46-48 -
Duty, honor, country. And coffins and grad school.
Loyalties: A Son's Memoir
by Carl Bernstein
The Worst City Government
, pp. 49-50 -
Marsh Mellow Fluff
by Jacob Weisberg, pp. 51-55 -
Everything you never wanted to know about rock and roll.
, p. 56 -
, p. 57 -
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