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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
June 22, 1992 Issue - 20 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Responses to our issue on the Los Angeles riots, etc.
- TRB: Big Tent Blues, p. 6
Republicans for Choice? Who's kidding whom?
- The Good War, pp. 7-8
It's twenty-five years since the 1967 Arab-Israeli conflict. Have we learned anything i...
- Notebook, p. 9
Introducting the Pod Watch; why Jim Wright still has the frank, etc.
- Consumed: Tooling Around, p. 10
The strange beauty of toggle bolts
- Just Say Perot, p. 11
The buzz in California
- White House Watch: Insurrection, p. 12
Murphy Brown isn't the half of it
- Strong's Wrongs, pp. 13-15
The guy running the Rio summit isn't so green
- Serbicide, pp. 16-17
Without great power leadership, the New World Order can do nothing to protect the Bosni...
- No Way Out, p. 18
How the State Department stopped me from observing the Kurdish electinos
- Miniban, pp. 19-20
Detroit's idea of competition is bringing false anti-dumping suits against its Japanese...
- The End of Equility, pp. 21-27
In the new American economy, the distribution of income ever more rigorously reflects t...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: After Emigration (2 Reviews) , p. 28
Poison Ivy (1992 Film), by Katt Shea Ruben
- Poison Ivy (1992 Film) by Katt Shea Ruben
- Far and Away (1992 Film) by Ron Howard
[+] Harsh Master (2 Reviews) , pp. 29-33
Andrea Mantegna, by Jane Martineau and Andrea Mantegna
- Andrea Mantegna by Jane Martineau and Andrea Mantegna
- Mantegna and Painting as Historical Narrative by Jack M. Greenstein
[+] The Original Outsider (Review) , pp. 34-35
The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846, by Charles Sellers
- The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846 by Charles Sellers
- Turtle, pp. 36-37
[+] Sons and Fathers (Review) , pp. 38-39
Ever After, by Graham Swift
- Ever After by Graham Swift
[+] The God That Paled (Review) , pp. 40-41
The Communists, by Adam B. Ulam
- The Communists by Adam B. Ulam
- Washington Diarist: Sacred Cow, pp. 42-44