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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
October 5, 1998 Issue - 19 Articles
- TRB: The Turnout Trap, pp. 4-5
How the Republicans plan to link the electoral process and the impeachment process
- Correspondence, pp. 6-8
Taking the Fourth, trashing the Second, etc.
- As the World Churns, p. 9
Why America doesn't have the luxury of fixating on scandal instead of foreign policy
- Notebook, p. 10
Mondale's moment, Holbrook's hold-up, etc.
- New York Postcard: Small Tawk, p. 11
The Brooklyn accent? Fuhgedduhboutit!
- On the Hill: Saint Lewis, pp. 12-13
Civil rights hero John Lewis is arguably the most revered member of Congress. But can e...
- White House Watch: Pollyannas, pp. 14-15
Clinton's going to survive this mess, no problem. Just ask his staff
- Madame Lewinsky, pp. 16-17
What Kenneth Starr's report owes to Anna Karenina, Therese Raquin, and other classic no...
- Zion's Justice, pp. 18-19
How Louis D. Brandeis and two of his Supreme Court successors helped the struggle for a...
- A Constitutional Crisis, pp. 20-22
The Starr report makes a compelling case for removal---of the independent counsel
- The Confidence Game, pp. 23-25
When financial crises began to hit one Asian economy after another, Washington's smarte...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: The Odd Couple (Review) , pp. 26-27
Lolita (1998 Film), by Adrian Lyne
- Lolita (1998 Film) by Adrian Lyne
- On Theater: Sex, Art, and the Supreme Court, pp. 28-29
The folly of the NEA's decency test
- Mohammed and Mill, pp. 30-33
[+] Venus in Venice (Review) , pp. 34-39
Titian's Women, by Rona Goffen
- Titian's Women by Rona Goffen
[+] The Tender Democrst (Review) , pp. 40-41
Civility, by Stephen L. Carter
- Civility by Stephen L. Carter
- Sunday Evening, pp. 42-45
- Washington Diarist: Kvetcher in the Rye, pp. 46-48
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