The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
November 1994 Issue - 20 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-3
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-9
Versailles in the Ozarks... the case for Jimmy Carter... unplug OJ.... what women will ...
- The Case for the Clean Slate, pp. 10-11
One idea about reforming Congress that might finally force all those lawmakers to work ...
- Why It's Too Hard to Fire Bad Teachers, pp. 12-15
Think your child's school has teachers who deserve the heave-ho? Good luck. In Chicago,...
- Tidbits and Outrages, p. 16
- Stop Panicking about Inflation, pp. 17-19
Hysterical headlines, a squirrely Fed, and alarmist CNBC talk shows are leading us towa...
- Who's Who, pp. 20-21
- Is Downsizing Aimed at the Right Targets?, pp. 22-27
The peril and promise of a major trend in American business and government.
- The Book on the Press, pp. 28-34
Two of polities' hottest consultants take you inside the world of handling the media.
- What the Death of Health Reform Teaches Us about the Media, pp. 35-41
In 1993 and 1994, Washington journalism's worst habits confused the public and helped s...
On Political Books
[+] The Schizophrenic Presidency (Review) , pp. 42-45
According to a new account of life inside the White House, Clinton gets his foreign pol...
- On the Edge by Elizabeth Drew
[+] Sharp Barb (Review) , pp. 46-49
Could it be that America's grandmother is not nearly as content or benign as she would ...
- Barbara Bush: A Memoir by Barbara Bush
[+] The Great White Case Officer (Review) , pp. 50-52
Gentleman Spy: The Life of Allen Dulles, by Peter Grose
- Gentleman Spy: The Life of Allen Dulles by Peter Grose
- Monthly Journalism Award, p. 53
- Memo of the Month, p. 54
[+] Political Booknotes (3 Reviews) , p. 55
[+] Review Electing Jimmy Carter, by Patrick Anderson (Review) , p. 55
- Electing Jimmy Carter by Patrick Anderson
[+] Review Self-Inflicted Wounds, by Hobart Rowen (Review) , pp. 56-57
- Self-Inflicted Wounds by Hobart Rowen
[+] Review Congress, the Press, and the Public, by Thomas... (Review) , pp. 58-59
- Congress, the Press, and the Public by Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein
- Political Puzzle, pp. 60-62
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