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September 2, 1996 Issue - 18 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Exporting America, Donald Rumsfeld's resume, etc.
- TRB: Training Kemp, p. 6
The would-be veep's strange ambition
- Platform Diving, p. 7
Bob Dole says he hasn't read the Republican Party's platform. After taking a look ourse...
- Notebook, p. 8
George's centerfolds, milk money, etc.
- Smile, or Else, p. 9
The GOP's chillingly smooth convention
- Charades, p. 10
Yes, most campaign plans are phony. But Dole's is worse
- Quarterback Sack, pp. 11-13
The White House tackles Jack Kemp
- Campaign Journal: It's a Small World, pp. 14-17
The strange world of Russell, Kansas, where Bob Dole is the economy, everyone treats on...
- The Browning of California, pp. 18-19
Prop. 187's unexpected harvest
- How Bob Dole Can Win, pp. 20-22
Sure, he's down in the polls and sputtering on the stump. But tax cuts, Jack Kemp and t...
- The Hard Questions: Easy Virtue, p. 23
Why didn't the Democrats think of this earlier?
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Midsummer Roundup (4 Reviews) , pp. 24-25
Celestial Clockwork (1994 Film), by Fina Torres
- Celestial Clockwork (1994 Film) by Fina Torres
- Rendezvous in Paris (1996 Film) by Gabi Kubach
- Flirt (1996 Film) by Hal Hartley
- A Time to Kill (1996 Film) by Joel Schumacher
- On Art: Formal Africa, pp. 26-30
An embarrassment of riches at the Guggenheim
[+] Needles and Sins (Review) , pp. 31-33
Trainspotting, by Irvine Welsh
- Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh
[+] Liberalism as a Vocation (Review) , pp. 34-39
Max Weber: Politics and the Spirit of Tragedy, by John Patrick Diggins
- Max Weber: Politics and the Spirit of Tragedy by John Patrick Diggins
- Correspondence Course, pp. 40-41
- Washington Diarist: Company Man, pp. 42-44