The Washington Monthly Archives
The Washington Monthly • 42 Years, 418 Issues, 7,592 Articles, 27,230pp
June 1998 Issue - 19 Articles
- Letters, pp. 2-3
- Tilting at Windmills, pp. 4-7
Hillary's Billing... Media Ignorance ... Mountaintop Removal... The Army's Art Speciali...
- The Best Solution, pp. 8-11
Question and answers on Canada's health care system.
- Bad Air, pp. 12-15
Cleaner vehicles are here--so why is the industry turning out gas guzzlers?
- Who's Who, pp. 16-17
- Nice Work If You Can Get It, pp. 18-23
How Fannie Mae became Washington's biggest power player.
- March Madness, pp. 24-25
How the primary schedule favors the rich.
- In Search of Fairness: A Better Way, pp. 26-29
UCLA shows that class-based affirmative action won't lead to a whiteout.
- Monthly Journalism Award, p. 30
- Tidbits and Outrages, p. 31
- Mortal Combat, pp. 32-38
How the death penalty polarized the Supreme Court.
- Memo of the Month, p. 39
On Political Books
[+] Straight Talker (Review) , pp. 40-41
Dean Acheson was an elitist, an Anglophile, and often right.
- Acheson by James Chace
[+] Women in the House (2 Reviews) , pp. 42-44
Susan Molinari and Pat Schroeder on being a woman in Congress.
- Representative Mom by Susan Molinari
- 24 Years of Housework...and the Place Is Still a Mess by Pat Schroeder
[+] Bloody Gloves (Review) , pp. 45-47
How bad is the FBI crime lab?
- Tainting Evidence by John Kelly and Phillip Wearne
[+] Truth in Rumors (Review) , p. 48
Scorpion Tongues, by Gail Collins
- Scorpion Tongues by Gail Collins
[+] Right Diagnosis, Wrong Rx (Review) , pp. 48-49
False Hopes, by Daniel Callahan
- False Hopes by Daniel Callahan
[+] Guns and Numbers (Review) , pp. 50-51
More Guns, Less Crime, by John R. Lott, Jr.
- More Guns, Less Crime by John R. Lott, Jr.
[+] Televiolence (Review) , pp. 52-54
Mayhem, by Sissela Bok
- Mayhem by Sissela Bok