The New Republic Archives
The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
July 19, 1999 Issue - 18 Articles
- Correspodnence, pp. 4-5
The right to die, whither The Economist, etc.
- TRB: Drug-Deal, pp. 6-7
Prescription medicine coverage for the elderly might be nice, but is it necessary?
- Campaign Journal: Learning Curve, pp. 8-10
Orrin Hatch jumps in. George W. Bush bones up
- Surplus Values, p. 11
How to think about what to do with the federal budget surplus
- Notebook, p. 12
Secret campaign money, George's favorite killer, etc.
- Pucker Up, pp. 13-14
Kissing Al Sharpton's ring has become a rite of passage for New York Democrats. You're ...
- Soul Man, p. 15
How Strom Thurmond, once the South's most infamous segregationist, has made amends with...
- Numbers Game, pp. 16-19
After the Vietnam War, the American military renounced the body count. So why did it ma...
- Faith Healers, pp. 20-23
Religion is good for the soul. Now a growing medical literature suggests it can help th...
- Man With a Mission, pp. 24-29
With a few million dollars and a lot of ingenuity, software mini-mogul Ron Unz has turn...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Wilde Enough (Review) , pp. 30-31
An Ideal Husband (1999 Film), by Oliver Parker
- An Ideal Husband (1999 Film) by Oliver Parker
- On Art: Adagio, pp. 32-35
The unreal realism of Ingres's portraits
[+] The Morbid Truth (Review) , pp. 36-40
The Holocaust in American Life, by Peter Novick
- The Holocaust in American Life by Peter Novick
[+] The Man Who Loved Words (Review) , p. 41
Saint Augustine, by Garry Wills
- Saint Augustine by Garry Wills
- arc projection & mnemonoscope, pp. 42-43
[+] Far Away So Close (Review) , pp. 44-49
Grand Tours and Cook's Tours, by Lynne Withey
- Grand Tours and Cook's Tours by Lynne Withey
- Nashville Diarist: Family Ties, pp. 50-52
- On the Cover: Photograph