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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
May 17, 1999 Issue - 19 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 6-7
Bradley's welfare policy, Taiwan's ties, etc.
- TRB: Something To Declare, pp. 8-9
Are we at war in Yugoslavia or not?
- White House Watch: Permissive, pp. 10-12
From Gingrich to Tripp Bill Clinton has spun his way out of trouble. But it won't work ...
- Primary Problem, p. 13
Why we'll come to regret the front-loaded presidential campaign
- Notebook, p. 14
The lessons of Colorado, a missed appointment, etc.
- Death's Door, p. 15
Now that Jack Kevorkian is gone, maybe he'll take the assisted-suicide movement with him
- A New Serbia, pp. 16-18
After World War II, the United States occupied and rebuilt Germany into a peaceful demo...
- Ground Rules, p. 19
A primer to the debate over whether---and how---to send troops to Serbia
- Balkan Myth, pp. 20-21
People say the United States should avoid a ground war because the Yugoslavs fought Hit...
- Watch and Learn, pp. 22-25
Why you don't have to favor censorship to recognize that the media have made America mo...
- The State of the Palestinians, pp. 26-33
A journey into the hearts and minds of a people on the brink of nationhood
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Matters of Control (2 Reviews) , p. 34
Pushing Tin (1999 Film), by Mike Newell
- Pushing Tin (1999 Film) by Mike Newell
- Projections 9 by John Boorman and Walter Donohue
[+] The Oracle (Review) , pp. 35-39
Andre Gide: A Life in the Present, by Alan Sheridan
- Andre Gide: A Life in the Present by Alan Sheridan
[+] Unspecial Relations (Review) , pp. 40-44
About Face, by James Mann
- About Face by James Mann
- Childhood, pp. 45-47
[+] Happy Is England (Review) , pp. 48-49
Anglomania: A European Love Affair, by Ian Buruma
- Anglomania: A European Love Affair by Ian Buruma
[+] Books and Crannies (Review) , pp. 50-53
The Nature of the Book, by Adrian Johns
- The Nature of the Book by Adrian Johns
- Washington Diarist: Filio-porn, pp. 54-56
- On the Cover: Photo