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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
November 3, 1997 Issue - 19 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Tony Judt's British critics, etc.
- TRB: Degree of Separation, pp. 6-8
How conservatives learned to love campus multiculturalism
- Shut Up and Smile, p. 9
Jobs are everywhere, inflation is dead, and the deficit has vanished. What's not to like?
- Notebook, pp. 10-11
Nobel savages, fashion sheiks, etc.
- No Free Launch, pp. 12-13
The scientific fictions behind the crusade against plutonium satellites
- Beast of Burton, pp. 14-15
How the House's most famously paranoid and bitter partisan became a gentleman. For a day
- Sierra Leone Dispatch: Magic Kingdom, pp. 16-17
Why bush hunters, armed with magic capes, may be the best hope for restoring democracy ...
- Calling Canard, pp. 18-19
The case against the case against the vice president
- Superiority Complex, pp. 20-21
The U.S. may be entitled to some malicious glee at the expense of its European critics,...
- The Sun Also Rises, pp. 22-26
Americans and Japanese both embrace the idea that Japan is in decline. But that's a dan...
- The Hard Questions: The Fraud Fraud, p. 27
Back to corporate muckraking
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Seeing Is, Initially, Believing (2 Reviews) , p. 28
The Peacemaker (1997 Film), by Mimi Leder
- The Peacemaker (1997 Film) by Mimi Leder
- Forgotten Silver (1997 Film) by Peter Jackson and Costa Botes
- On Theater: The Decline of High Culture, pp. 29-31
The risky gamble of the American experiment in democracy
[+] Boogie Nights (2 Reviews) , pp. 32-33
Casanova: The Man Who Really Loved Women, by Lydia Flem
- Casanova: The Man Who Really Loved Women by Lydia Flem
- History of My Life by Giacomo Casanova
- They Felt It Was Time, pp. 34-35
[+] Oy Gevalt! (Review) , pp. 36-37
The Old Religion, by David Mamet
- The Old Religion by David Mamet
[+] Family Values.com (Review) , pp. 38-41
The Connected Family, by Seymour Papert
- The Connected Family by Seymour Papert
- Washington Post: Going Postal, pp. 42-44