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  1. About Men
    About cold beer, willing women, hazing, conformity--about fraternities.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1988, pp. 38-41
  2. Advise and Forget
    The federal government has more than 1,000 advisory commissions. Try to name three.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1983, pp. 40-46
  3. American Dream (2004)
    Three Women, Ten Kids, and a Nation's Drive to End Welfare
    6 Reviews
  4. ...And Start Helping the Underclass
    What Robert Kennedy could teach today's Democrats.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1988, pp. 52-56
  5. Assistant Secretary of What?
    The secret jobs that can really make a difference.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1988, pp. 29-35
  6. Bank Pranks
    The New Republic, May 9, 1983, pp. 18-19
  7. Build Single Room Occupancy Hotels
    "The main goal is to get homeless people off the streets. But pensione-like hotels also...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1994, pp. 52-53
  8. The Case Against Kids
    When parents sacrifice their ideals in the name of their children, both suffer.
    The Washington Monthly, July 1988, pp. 36-42
  9. Charity Cases
    Why the Bushies aren't exactly points of light
    The New Republic, November 9, 1992, p. 13
  10. Doctors' Orders
    The New Republic, December 20, 1982, pp. 17-19
  11. Dream Deferred
    The most inspired caseworker in America's most lauded welfare agency can barely do his job
    The Washington Monthly, September 2004, pp. 20-26
  12. Executions Aren't News
    Why they should be.
    The Washington Monthly, March 1986, pp. 12-21
  13. Hi-Tech Trend-Speak
    The New Republic, October 25, 1982, pp. 12-14
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    Home Economics (2 Reviews)
    In the homeless debate, liberals and conservatives have much in common.
    1. The Visible Poor by Joel Blau
    2. Rude Awakenings by Richard W. White, Jr.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1992, pp. 50-53
  15. On Political Books
    Homeless in Hot Tubs (Review)
    Want to wipe out poverty? Give a conservative a calculator.
    1. 1991 Green Book by The House Ways and Means Committee
    The Washington Monthly, July 1991, pp. 51-53
  16. I.O.U.'s at NPR
    The New Republic, May 30, 1983, pp. 17-18
  17. The Juice Ain't No Use
    Why the death penalty won't work in D.C.
    The Washington Monthly, May 1989, p. 32
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    The Martin Luther King No One Knows (Review)
    He wore silk pajamas and hung out with weirdos. He was often frightened and uncertain, ...
    1. Parting the Waters by Taylor Branch
    The Washington Monthly, October 1988, pp. 45-51
  19. Old Gas, New Gas
    The New Republic, April 11, 1983, pp. 14-16
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Jinnah of Pakistan, by Stanley A. Wolpert
    1. Jinnah of Pakistan by Stanley A. Wolpert
    The Washington Monthly, July 1984, p. 59
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Precinct 19, by Thomas Larry Adcock
    1. Precinct 19 by Thomas Larry Adcock
    The Washington Monthly, April 1985, pp. 60-62
  22. Pope for Sale
    The New Republic, June 9, 1982, pp. 13-14
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    Brief Reviews (Review)
    Down and Out in the Great Depression, by Robert S. McElvaine
    1. Down and Out in the Great Depression by Robert S. McElvaine
    The New Republic, July 4, 1983, pp. 40-42
  24. Cover Story
    The Silence of the Liberals
    Conservatives are running the poverty debate--here's why liberals should join it.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1999, pp. 12-15
  25. The Slum Behind the Sheraton
    A Philippine struggle between Marcos loyalists, Marxist youth, and a woman with 2,000 e...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1987, pp. 32-44
  26. Spy Anxiety
    The smart magazine that makes smart people nervous about their status.
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, pp. 10-20
  27. Warning: Sports Stars May be Hazardous to your Health
    How athletes, sportswriters, and the networks peddle cigarettes.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1989, pp. 34-36
  28. Why the President and Congress Don't Know What This Government is Doing: The Failures of OMB and GAO as Illustrated by HUD and Other Disasters
    What the Smartest Man in Washington Doesn't Understand. And Why it Will Hurt You.
    While OMB fiddles with numbers, Washington burns.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1989, pp. 24-36
  29. Why America Loves Letter Carriers and Hates Postal Clerks
    Killer Dachshunds, I-Love-Lucy machines, airborne snipers, men in glass cages, Pinkerto...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1989, pp. 40-44
  30. Why Amnesty Failed
    How to make it work for illegal immigrants.
    The Washington Monthly, April 1988, pp. 11-16
  31. Why Gandhi Drives the Neoconservatives Crazy
    Hoisted on their own petards.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1983, pp. 46-50
  32. Why Higher Education is Neither
    If college costs $18,000 a year, how come your kid's transcript is probably filled with...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1989, pp. 30-33
  33. On Political Books
    Why We Needed Welfare Reform (Review)
    Instead of debunking the welfare myth, David Zucchino has proved it true.
    1. The Myth of the Welfare Queen by David Zucchino
    The Washington Monthly, July 1997, pp. 42-44
  34. The Worst City Government in America
    When it comes to screwing the poor and feathering their nests, the District of Columbia...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1989, pp. 33-36
  35. Wrist Watch
    The New Republic, July 11, 1983, pp. 11-12
  36. On Political Books
    You Say You Want a Revolution (Review)
    Five dead, none convicted in Greensboro.
    1. Codename GREENKIL by Elizabeth Wheaton
    The Washington Monthly, February 1988, pp. 46-51
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