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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
June 6, 2005 Issue - 17 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Has President Bush remade the Middle East?, etc.
- TRB: Business Card, pp. 6-8
Why Republicans had to fold on the nuclear optoin
- Moderate Excess, p. 9
Why the filibuster deal is a sham
- Notebook, pp. 10-11
Only Howard Dean could make Tom DeLay look sympathetic, etc.
- Red Herring, pp. 12-13
The Bush administration's North Korea strategy hinges on China. That's great for China ...
- Keep the Faith, pp. 14-18
Liberal reformers aren't the best hope for democratizing the Middle East. Islamists are
- Democratease, pp. 19-21
America's professional democracy promoters are grateful for Bush's rhetoric about sprea...
- Pressure Points, pp. 22-23
The Iraq war isn't responsible for recent progress toward democratization. The Bush adm...
- Class Struggle, pp. 24-27
Democrats have ceded their advantage on education to the Bush administration. To get it...
Books & the Arts: Summer Reading Issue
[+] Films: Dealing With Families (2 Reviews) , p. 28
Kings and Queen (2005 Film), by Arnaud Desplechin
- Kings and Queen (2005 Film) by Arnaud Desplechin
- Tell Them Who You Are (2005 Film) by Mark Wexler
- Art: Trembling, pp. 29-33
Rembrandt's late religious portraits are the most disquietingly, intensely philosophica...
[+] Colonial Correctness (Review) , pp. 34-39
The Unknown American Revolution, by Gary B. Nash
- The Unknown American Revolution by Gary B. Nash
- Checklist, pp. 40-41
[+] Dead Sunny Afternoons (Review) , pp. 42-45
The Golden West, by Daniel Fuchs
- The Golden West by Daniel Fuchs
[+] Tangled Roots (Review) , pp. 46-49
Babylon, Memphis, Persepolis, by Walter Burkert
- Babylon, Memphis, Persepolis by Walter Burkert
- Irbil Diarist, pp. 50-52
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