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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
April 28, 1997 Issue - 16 Articles
- TRB: Breach of Promise, pp. 4-5
The President wants to repair race relations. He can begin by undoing what he has done
- Correspondence, pp. 6-8
Schifter and Hoffmann v. Heilbrunn on Lake, etc.
- Our Man in Kinshasa, p. 9
Telling Mobutu to go
- Notebook, pp. 10-11
The King family blesses James Earl Ray, Lenin blesses Jesus, Alan Dershowitz blesses hi...
- Dishonest Labor, pp. 12-15
Alexis Herman is the worst Cabinet nominee in the Clinton administration's history, whi...
- If I Forget Thee, pp. 16-19
Jerusalem is often dubbed "a city holy to both Muslims and Jews." But history shows tha...
- The Men Who Would Be Newt, pp. 20-23
Republicans, once giddy to dethrone Newt Gingrich, are suddenly paralyzed by a terrible...
- When We Were Philosopher Kings, pp. 24-28
Meet the new specialists accompanying doctors on their rounds, bringing Aristotle to th...
- The Hard Questions: Piracy Isn't What It Used to Be, p. 29
Bluebeard, corporate captains and the decline of blunder
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Acting and Offending (2 Reviews) , p. 30
Inventing the Abbotts (1997 Film), by Pat O'Connor
- Inventing the Abbotts (1997 Film) by Pat O'Connor
- Liar Liar (1997 Film) by Tom Shadyac
- On Art: Impersonal Enchantment, pp. 31-33
The uninvolving mastery of Jeff Wall
- Dickcissel, pp. 34-35
[+] The Waste Sad Time (Review) , pp. 36-44
Inventions of the March Hare, by T.S. Eliot and Christopher Ricks
- Inventions of the March Hare by T.S. Eliot and Christopher Ricks
[+] The Unmarooned (Review) , pp. 45-49
Texaco, by Patrick Chamoiseau
- Texaco by Patrick Chamoiseau
- Washington Diarist: A Broad Deduction, pp. 50-52