The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
July 1995 Issue - 19 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-3
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-9
Hospital horrors... Venetian dreams... Kennedy's best and worst... the Roach in the May...
- MacNeil Error, pp. 10-16
Robin and Jim leave you confused when they fail to ask the clarifying questions.
- The Media's Japan Problem, pp. 17-19
Why the American press won't face the facts about Japan.
- Who's Who, pp. 20-21
- Everyone's a Loser, pp. 22-25
How lottery ads entice the wrong people to gamble.
- The Case for Unions, pp. 26-31
The tide raising the boats of industry has left workers drowning. That's why we need a ...
- You Can't Fix It If You Don't Raise the Hood, pp. 32-36
Before we cut or reinvent government, we need to know more about what it is really doin...
- Monthly Journalism Award, p. 37
- The FEMA Phoenix, pp. 38-42
How one federal agency rose from the ashes to become a symbol of what government can do.
- Memo of the Month, p. 43
- Laws for Sale, pp. 44-49
The Republicans said they would change Washington and they have--for the worse.
- Tidbits and Outrages, p. 50
On Political Books
[+] Ames, Aldrich Antes (3 Reviews) , pp. 51-52
How one bumbling bureaucrat outsmarted America's top intelligence agents.
- Nightmover by David Wise
- Killer Spy by Peter Maas
- Betrayal by Tim Weiner, David Johnston, and Neil A. Lewis
[+] Barbarians Inside the Gates (2 Reviews) , pp. 53-54
The world of powerful central bankers and currency traders.
- The Vandal's Crown by Gregory J. Millman
- The Confidence Game by Steven Solomon
[+] Political Booknotes (3 Reviews) , p. 55
[+] Review Friends in High Places, by Douglas Frantz and ... (Review) , p. 55
- Friends in High Places by Douglas Frantz and David McKean
[+] Review 1939: The Lost World of the Fair~~Nineteen Thi... (Review) , pp. 56-57
- 1939: The Lost World of the Fair~~Nineteen Thirty-Nine: The Lost World of the Fair by David H. Gelernter
[+] Review The Nightingales Song, by Robert Timberg (Review) , pp. 58-59
- The Nightingales Song by Robert Timberg
- Political Puzzle, pp. 60-62