The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
November 1974 Issue - 10 Articles
- How to Spot a Spook, pp. 5-11
By their health insurance, ye shall know them. And if that doesn't work, try our FSR-FS...
- Why Leave It to Earl?, pp. 12-19
The price of leaving farm policy to Earl Butz has been inflation and could be famine. I...
- Tidbits and Outrages, pp. 20-21
- Why Johnny Can't Work: The Snobbery Factor, pp. 22-28
James Coleman and his critics agree that training in skills is important only as a matt...
- The Robbery Factor, pp. 29-34
Which is why we shouldn't leave vocational education to ITT and others of similar chara...
- 'I Got My Job Through Creep', pp. 35-46
Hiring pals had become a tradition of the civil service. But Fred Malek, another of tho...
- Political Puzzle, p. 47
- Memo of the Month, pp. 48-49
- Running for Congress: The Secret Motives, pp. 50-60
Most people get their ideas of why men run for office from movies like "The Candidate,"...
[+] Political Book Notes (11 Reviews) , pp. 61-66
America After Nixon, by Robert Scheer
- America After Nixon by Robert Scheer
- Big Brother and the Holding Company by Steve Weissman
- Big Business by C. Northcote Parkinson
- The Common Millionaire by Robert Heller
- The Corporate Conscience by David F. Linowes
- The Energy Balloon by Stewart L. Udall, Charles Conconi, and David Osterhaut, ...
- Expropriation Politics by Jessica Pernitz Einhorn
- If You Have a Lemon, Make Lemonade by Warren Hinckle
- The Glory and the Dream by William Manchester
- The Organization Trap and How to Get Out of It by Samuel A. Culbert
- Partial Justice by Willard Gaylin