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  1. Aborting a Fetus: The Legal Right, the Personal Choice
    A legal right that must be secured for all women is not an automatic moral right for an...
    The Washington Monthly, August 1972, pp. 29-37
  2. America the Featherbedded
    We grow up wanting interesting, useful, 18 and human work. Too many of us get a phony j...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1971, pp. 18-23
  3. America the Featherbedded
    We grow up wanting interesting, useful, and human work. Too many of us get a phony job ...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1973, pp. 41-43
  4. America's Time Traps:The Youth Cult, the Work Prison, the Emptiness of Age
    Why it's not too early or too late to quit school if you don't want to be there, or le...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1971, pp. 26-37
  5. The Architect of Desire (1996)
    Beauty and Danger in the Stanford White Family
    3 Reviews
  6. Books
    Beyond Cleaver (Review)
    The education of George Jackson, a black man who learned in California prisons the nat...
    1. Soledad Brother by George Jackson #2, Jean Genet, and Jonathan Jackson, ...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1970, pp. 57-64
  7. Books
    Book Review (2 Reviews)
    Each book predicts doom if we heed the other.
    1. Man and Atom by Glenn T. Seaborg and William R. Corliss
    2. Poisoned Power by John W. Gofman and Arthur R. Tamplin
    The Washington Monthly, August 1971, pp. 57-63
  8. Busting Our Mental Blocks on Drugs and Crime
    If we want to reduce crime dramatically and treat addicts humanely, it's time to open o...
    The Washington Monthly, June 1971, pp. 6-19
  9. Busting Our Mental Blocks on Drugs and Crime
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, p. 70
  10. Civility, Community, Humor: The Conservatism We Need
    There are better elements in the conservative tradition than the defense of wealth and ...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1973, pp. 18-32
  11. Books
    The Dark Side of Two American Dreams (2 Reviews)
    A perennially moving population is destroying community life. Lawrence Fuchs looks at w...
    1. A Nation of Strangers by Vance Packard
    2. Family Matters by Lawrence H. Fuchs
    The Washington Monthly, September 1972, pp. 39-42
  12. Books
    Design for Living (Review)
    Suburban Nation, by Andres Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, and Jeff Speck, ...
    1. Suburban Nation by Andres Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, and Jeff Speck, ...
    The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 2000, pp. 123-124
  13. Do Entrepreneurs Have More Fun?
    A liberal society makes entrepreneurs its scapegoats, but they may show us the way out ...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1972, pp. 55-62
  14. Art & Politics
    Dream Builder
    Architect Stanford White and the values of the Gilded Age
    The Washington Monthly, December 1996, pp. 42-45
  15. End Discrimination and Increase Productivity
    "When society accepts any group as it is and creates an environment in which that group...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1994, p. 51
  16. On Political Books
    The First Lady of the New Deal (Review)
    How Eleanor Roosevelt discovered herself through politics.
    1. Eleanor Roosevelt: Volume Two, 1933-1938 by Blanche Wiesen Cook
    The Washington Monthly, September 1999, pp. 47-48
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    Flashback (Review)
    Reassessing the Sixties, by Stephen Macedo
    1. Reassessing the Sixties by Stephen Macedo
    The Washington Monthly, May 1997, p. 56
  18. The Folding of Fred Harris
    Poverty alone did not cause the populist to surrender. What Harris should have learned ...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1972, pp. 4-13
  19. Gay is Good For Us All
    The new sexual revolution promises to free the white, male heterosexual king from the o...
    The Washington Monthly, December 1970, pp. 38-49
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    The Hidden Injuries of Class (Review)
    This book shows that self-esteem in the working class depends on badges, such as job t...
    1. The Hidden Injuries of Class by Richard Sennett and Jonathan Cobb
    The Washington Monthly, March 1973, pp. 37-42
  21. Is Camelot Dead? A New Look at John Kennedy
    The man behind the waning reputation.
    The Washington Monthly, October 1971, pp. 8-19
  22. Just the Facts: Special 39th Anniversary Section
    The Washington Monthly, January 1999, p. 33
  23. Kennedy's Woman Problem - Women's Kennedy Problem
    The intelligent woman's guide to the touchiest issue of the 1980 campaign.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1979, pp. 10-14
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    The Legacy of SDS (Review)
    For one writer who was there, it is a surprising combination of reaction and reaffirmat...
    1. SDS by Kirkpatrick Sale
    The Washington Monthly, March 1974, pp. 50-60
  25. Let Those Hillbillies Go Get Shot
    The anti-war movement has never made a connection between its privileged immunity to th...
    The Washington Monthly, April 1972, pp. 5-14
  26. Let Those Hillbillies Go Get Shot
    The anti-war movement never made the connection between its privileged immunity to the ...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1973, pp. 52-58
  27. On Political Books
    Lewis Lapham's Lament (2 Reviews)
    He bemoans the life of the upper class but can't tear himself away from the dinner part...
    1. Money and Class in America by Lewis H. Lapham
    2. The Founding Fortunes by Michael Patrick Allen
    The Washington Monthly, April 1988, pp. 37-41
  28. Moral Myopia: The New York Review and the New York Intellectuals
    Inside they call it solidarity, but out here it looks like plain old conflict of interest.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1973, pp. 15-29
  29. The Ms. Click! The Decter Anguish,The Vilar Vulgarity
    Midge Decter and Esther Vilar give Women's Liberation the same kind of fair shake that ...
    The Washington Monthly, January 1973, pp. 29-37
  30. [+]
    New Worlds (Review)
    An Empire Wilderness, by Robert D. Kaplan
    1. An Empire Wilderness by Robert D. Kaplan
    The Washington Monthly, January 1999, pp. 50-51
  31. Nixon and His Staff: The View from Their Own Mirror
    A review of Catch the Falling Flag, by Richard Whalen, and Courage and Hesitation, by A...
    The Washington Monthly, May 1972, pp. 53-59
  32. Books
    The Perfect Little Setup (Review)
    There are reasons for incorporating the aged back into daily life, other than good will...
    1. The Coming of Age by Simone de Beauvoir
    The Washington Monthly, July 1972, pp. 56-62
  33. Personal History: Stanford White's Ruins
    The great-granddaughter of the architect examines his scandalous death and what it did ...
    The New Yorker, July 8, 1996, pp. 48-54
  34. The Princess
    Why progress for women will require a dose of Machiavelli
    The Washington Monthly, December 2000, pp. 43-45
  35. Profiles (Bermuda)
    The New Yorker, April 16, 1979, p. 43
  36. Profiles (Eva Zeisel)
    The New Yorker, April 13, 1987, pp. 36-37
  37. Profiles (Vittorio Rieti)
    The New Yorker, January 9, 1989, pp. 32-33
  38. Publishing Conglomerated: When Profits Become Censor
    Conglomerates have devoured the most independent industry in the country. What happens...
    The Washington Monthly, July 1971, pp. 19-26
  39. Reflections
    The Split
    The New Yorker, December 8, 1997, pp. 72-81
  40. Reflections (Suburban Landscape)
    The New Yorker, October 11, 1976, pp. 44-45
  41. Reflections (Virginia)
    The New Yorker, July 14, 1980, pp. 60-65
  42. Rehnquist, Powell, and the Cult of the Pro
    How the Senate and the press were at least half wrong
    The Washington Monthly, February 1972, pp. 48-56
  43. A Reporter at Large (Midtown Skyscrapers)
    The New Yorker, July 10, 1978, pp. 32-58
  44. A Reporter at Large (Transcontinental Journey)
    The New Yorker, October 14, 1985, pp. 44-45
  45. On Political Books
    Taste for Sale (Review)
    How Sotheby's sold taste as an avenue to class.
    1. Sotheby's by Robert Lacey
    The Washington Monthly, July 1998, pp. 42-43
  46. Taste, Class, and Mary Tyler Moore
    Once family background determined social class. Now it's more important to know the nam...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1975, pp. 55-61
  47. Taste, Class, and Mary Tyler Moore
    Once family background determined social class. Now it's more important to know the nam...
    The Washington Monthly, February 1977, pp. 49-54
  48. Taste, Class, and Mary Tyler Moore
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, p. 33
  49. The Terms of Tenure
    What you give up to get it.
    The Washington Monthly, September 1971, pp. 11-16
  50. An Ulsterman's Irishman, an Arab's Jew
    Conor Cruise O'Brien and Abie Nathan both left their war camps to stand in the line of ...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1972, pp. 45-55
  51. Up Against the Barbecue: Smithtown Middle America
    People are confused, bitter and afraid in Smithtown, Long Island. An invisible enemy th...
    The Washington Monthly, October 1970, pp. 6-16
  52. Special Book Section
    What Do People Do All Day
    Short on sermons and long on fascinating detail, Ken Lasson's The Workers provides the ...
    The Washington Monthly, March 1972, pp. 41-50
  53. The Missing Issues
    What the Presidential Candidates Should Talk About (But Probably Won't). A Round-up by ...
    Banish the Pollsters
    The Washington Monthly, January 1996, p. 26
  54. What's Wrong With Mcgovern
    McGovern unvisored. The flaws in our favorite candidate.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1972, pp. 6-17
  55. Why Johnny Can't Work: The Snobbery Factor
    James Coleman and his critics agree that training in skills is important only as a matt...
    The Washington Monthly, November 1974, pp. 22-28
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