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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
June 10, 1991 Issue - 20 Articles
- TRB: Goretax, pp. 4-5
A second chance for Democrats to seize the tax issue
- Correspondence, p. 6
Machiavelli and George Bush, Machiavelli and Jimmy Carter, etc.
- In Black and White, p. 7
The Urban Institute's recent report on racial discrimination in the job market tells mo...
- Notebook, p. 8
Libyan hit men go apartment hunting, etc.
- Dumpsters, p. 9
In the new global economy, dumping is a dated idea
- Bombshell, pp. 10-11
The KGB finally admits that American Communists gave our nuclear secrets to Stalin
- Azerbaijan Postcard: Pajama Game, p. 12
Gorbachev's war against Armenia
- Bounced Czechs, pp. 13-14
If the mania for exposing Communist collaborators goes on, there may be no one left in ...
- Over the Rainbow, pp. 15-17
The neglected lesson of the D.C. riot is that the city's blacks and Hispanics don't rea...
- Latin Mass, pp. 18-19
What the great Hispanic immigration means for big-city race relations
- Gatesgate, pp. 20-22
The real scandal in LA is that white liberals are afraid to challenge Daryl Gates's rig...
- Claiborne Pell's Twilight Zone, pp. 23-25
The political failure and personal weirdness of the chairman of the Senate Foreign Rela...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Naked Truths (2 Reviews) , p. 26
Opening Night (1977 Film), by John Cassavetes
- Opening Night (1977 Film) by John Cassavetes
- Madonna - Truth or Dare (1991 Film) by Alek Keshishian
- On Theater: Dress-Up Plays, pp. 27-29
Jon Robin Baitz's The Substance of Fire has substance but not much fire. Our Country's ...
[+] Cry, the Beloved Subcontinent (Review) , pp. 30-34
India: A Million Mutinies Now, by V.S. Naipaul
- India: A Million Mutinies Now by V.S. Naipaul
[+] The Man Who Didn't Sleep (2 Reviews) , p. 35
Dickens, by Peter Ackroyd
- Dickens by Peter Ackroyd
- The Invisible Woman by Claire Tomalin
- 1969, pp. 36-37
[+] She the People (Review) , pp. 38-41
Object Lessons, by Anna Quindlen
- Object Lessons by Anna Quindlen
- Washington Diarist: Rhythm and Jews, pp. 42-44