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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
June 29, 1992 Issue - 20 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Canadian health, Fred Barnes's cars, etc.
- TRB: Balancing Act, p. 6
Don't believe the folks who say they want a balanced budget
- The Present Danger, p. 7
The political tradition of Perotism
- Notebook, p. 8
Clinton's vice presidential error in the making, etc.
- Sane Max, p. 9
Remembering Max Lerner, writer and teacher
- Science and Society: Tissue Issue, p. 10
What's Bush's No. 1 domestic priority? The budget deficit? The inner cities? Stopping f...
- Beltway for Hire, pp. 11-12
Even if you're Ross Perot, most Washington insiders may be outsider your price range
- RFK Envy, p. 13
Everyone says Bill Clinton is no Bobby Kennedy when it comes to addressing urban proble...
- The Sicilian, pp. 14-15
Giovanni Falcone---Italy's most valuable battler against the growing power of the Mafia...
- Facts on File, p. 16
Once-secret Communist documents, now being uncovered, show new evidence of Gorbachev's ...
- Curious Georgia, pp. 17-19
The ex-Soviet republic's rebirth
- One Nation Under Boris, pp. 20-22
Most Westerners assume Russian nationalism is the enemy of democracy. Actually, they're...
- December Surprise, pp. 23-27
There's a commercial bank crisis coming. But you're not supposed to hear about it until...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Early Summer Round-Up (3 Reviews) , p. 28
Lethal Weapon 3 (1992 Film), by Richard Donner
- Lethal Weapon 3 (1992 Film) by Richard Donner
- Beautiful Dreamers (1992 Film) by John Kent Harrison
- Pepi, Luci, Bom (1992 Film) by Pedro Almodovar
[+] The Grand Inquisitor (Review) , pp. 29-35
Rebuilding Russia, by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
- Rebuilding Russia by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
[+] Leaps of Faith (Review) , pp. 36-39
Prodigal Son, by Edward Villella and Larry Kaplan
- Prodigal Son by Edward Villella and Larry Kaplan
- Snow Fall, p. 40
[+] The Counterlives (Review) , pp. 41-45
Mr. Mani, by A.B. Yehoshua
- Mr. Mani by A.B. Yehoshua
- Washington Diarist: Wascally Woss, pp. 46-48