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    • November 1992 Issue - 23 Articles
    • Letters, pp. 2-3
    • Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-9
      Fifty-six nervous Republicans... your free haircut... Stanford's pricey perks... and ot...
    • Gays in Arms, pp. 10-13
      Can gays in the military work? In countries around the world, they already do.
    • Who's Who, p. 14
    • The Advertising Agency, pp. 15-17
      How the CIA flouted the law using Madison Avenue techniques to arm-twist for the contras.
    • Monthly Journalism Award, p. 18
    • B.S. Economics, pp. 19-21
      While cash-strapped universities cut teachers and departments, they're ignoring all tho...
    • Split Decision, pp. 22-23
      One quick way to prevent another Quayle: Let the voters choose the veep.
    • Tidbits and Outrages, p. 24
    • Workers Stiffed, pp. 25-27
      Workers' injury rates soar, and the government has never cared less.
    • No Truth, No Consequences, pp. 28-31
      Maybe Congress should try asking testifiers to tell the truth.
    • Memo of the Month, p. 32
    • See No Evil, Make No Policy, pp. 33-35
      A former State Department insider reveals how his bosses ignored atrocities in Yugoslavia.
    • The New Writers' Bloc, pp. 36-41
      Their aim is true when it comes to capturing character. But why shouldn't Maureen Dowd ...
    • Political Puzzle, p. 42
    • On Political Books
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      Plains Talk (Review) , pp. 43-47
      What Jimmy Carter's first bid for public office tells us about politics today.
      1. Turning Point by Jimmy Carter
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      Wild Pitch (Review) , pp. 48-50
      George Will strikes out against term limits.
      1. Restoration by George F. Will
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      Eavesdroppings (Review) , pp. 51-53
      The CIA has a sorry legacy. But we need it just the same.
      1. The Intelligence Game by James Rusbridger
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      Political Booknotes (5 Reviews) , pp. 54-55
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        Review Our Wildest Dreams, by Joline Godfrey (Review) , pp. 54-55
        1. Our Wildest Dreams by Joline Godfrey
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        Review Guerrillas, by Jon Lee Anderson (Review) , p. 56
        1. Guerrillas by Jon Lee Anderson
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        Review Making of a Drug-Free America, by Mathea Falco (Review) , p. 56
        1. Making of a Drug-Free America by Mathea Falco
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        Review Dirty Politics, by Kathleen Hall Jamieson (Review) , pp. 57-59
        1. Dirty Politics by Kathleen Hall Jamieson
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        Review The Moral Commonwealth, by Philip Selznick (Review) , pp. 60-62
        1. The Moral Commonwealth by Philip Selznick