The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
September 1993 Issue - 19 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-5
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 6-11
Toasters in Grenada... . Shalala's shenanigans.... Scalia in Venice... . Washington's d...
- Stocks, Bonds, and Barney, pp. 12-15
How corporate America put the BS in PBS.
- What Al Gore Might Learn the Hard Way, pp. 16-20
Government has been reinvented before. Here's why it didn't work.
- Who's Who, p. 21
- The Filtered Truth, pp. 22-26
The tricks and deceit behind the low tar cigarette sham.
The Monthly's Second Opinion
- Dead On Arrival, pp. 27-32
Why in Washington single payer doesn't have a single prayer.
- Scalpel, Please, pp. 33-36
Start cutting away at the salaries and numbers of specialists out there, or whatever he...
- Memo of the Month, p. 37
- Medicareless, pp. 38-40
The nation's largest insurer of the elderly could add a few benefits and save a few bil...
- Monthly Journalism Award, p. 41
- Tidbits and Outrages, p. 42
On Political Books
[+] Ambushed (Review) , pp. 43-47
The biting memoirs of a former Bush speechwriter tell us something about why presidenci...
- Hell of a Ride by John Podhoretz
- Political Puzzle, p. 48
[+] Drug Bust (Review) , pp. 49-51
One DBA sting suggests that the agency's present tactics can't win the war on drugs.
- Swordfish by David McClintick
[+] Post Impressions (Review) , pp. 52-53
A spicy, bare-knuckled account of life at The Washington Post savages the newspaper for...
- Volunteer Slavery by Jill Nelson
[+] Theodore White Lite (Review) , pp. 54-57
The lost art of writing about presidential campaigns.
- Mad As Hell by Jack W. Germond
[+] Political Booknotes (Review) , pp. 58-62
Review by Daniel H. Pink.
- A City Year by Suzanne Goldsmith
- Cover illustration