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The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
January 1993 Issue - 22 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-3
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-7
Canine bigots... Blue Cross bandits... Congress' millionaire retirees... and other odds...
- Memo of the Month, p. 8
- Road Warriors, pp. 9-12
Clinton's campaign aides did something unusual: They got out of the way.
- Butt Out, pp. 13-16
How to sue a tobacco company.
- Asbestos Plant, p. 17
Lorillard's smoking gun.
- Filter Tips, pp. 18-19
More straws that might break the Camel's back.
- Soldiers of Fortune, pp. 20-23
The S&L cops misplaced $7 billion and bungled a paramilitary accounting operation to fi...
- Monthly Journalism Award, p. 24
- Lemon Laws, pp. 25-29
Five stupid statutes and how we got them.
- Who's Who, p. 30
- Blowing up the Tracks, pp. 31-34
Separating school children by ability doesn't just reflect differences, it causes them.
- Executive Sweet, pp. 35-37
Perks still left in the White House make life cushy...
- Transition Admission, pp. 38-41
... But not all jobs there are what they're cracked up to be.
- Tidbits and Outrages, p. 42
- How Washington Really Works, pp. 43-51
The simple equation that explains life in the Capital.
- Political Puzzle, p. 52
On Political Books
[+] Everyone's Critic (Review) , pp. 53-55
In H.L. Mencken's cantankerous memoirs, no one gets off easy.
- My Life as Author and Editor by H.L. Mencken and Jonathan Yardley
[+] Schmoozing and Snoozing (Review) , pp. 56-58
Why shilling for corporations is a smarmy--and dreary--job.
- Lobbyists by Jeffrey H. Birnbaum
[+] Political Booknotes (2 Reviews) , p. 59
[+] Review Murdoch, by William Shawcross (Review) , p. 59
- Murdoch by William Shawcross
[+] Review Deadly Secrets, by Warren Hinckle and William ... (Review) , pp. 60-62
- Deadly Secrets by Warren Hinckle and William Turner
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