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  1. On Political Books
    Besting the Brightest (Review)
    Generals fear a modern military because politicians might actually use it
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 41-44
  2. Features
    Bright Lights, Small Village
    Why helping Africa get solar power is good for America.
    The Washington Monthly, December 2002, pp. 39-43
  3. Broken Ranks
    U.S. News' college rankings measure everything but what matters. and most universities ...
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 9-13
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    Civilization and a Malcontent (Review)
    Civilizations, by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
    1. Civilizations by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
    The Washington Monthly, June 2001, pp. 55-56
  5. Cover Story
    Dick Cheney's Dick Cheney
    Meet OMB director Mitch Daniels: the most powerful man in Washington you've never heard...
    The Washington Monthly, July 2001, pp. 31-37
  6. Features
    Nanotechnology--Why you should sweat the small stuff
    The Washington Monthly, October 2000, pp. 25-29
  7. Drug Abuse
    How big pharma stopped innovating
    The New Republic, October 7, 2002, pp. 18-21
  8. Features
    Extremism in Defense of Moderation is No Vice
    The moderate Republicans are likable and often right. Why aren't they more influential?
    The Washington Monthly, May 2001, pp. 25-29
  9. Finding The Civil Service's Hidden Sex Appeal
    Why the brightest young people shy away from government
    The Washington Monthly, November 2000, pp. 29-33
  10. Gene Blues
    Is the Patent Office prepared to deal with the genomic revolution?
    The Washington Monthly, April 2001, pp. 9-11
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    Gofer Broke (Review)
    The Future of Ideas, by Lawrence Lessig
    1. The Future of Ideas by Lawrence Lessig
    The Washington Monthly, November 2001, pp. 58-62
  12. A Good Way of Getting Rid of Bad Guys
    The CIA didn't play a lead role in ousting Milosevic. Thank God.
    The Washington Monthly, March 2001, pp. 15-19
  13. Cover Story
    Graduating with Honors
    The hits and misses of a protean president
    The Washington Monthly, December 2000, pp. 27-33
  14. Features
    Greenspan? Gipper? Gates?
    Republicans can't bear to give Clinton credit for the economic boom. But they should.
    The Washington Monthly, June 2000, pp. 39-45
  15. Features
    Harlot's Web
    Why and how the government should regulate the Internet.
    The Washington Monthly, November 1999, pp. 16-20
  16. The Hawk and the Dove (2009)
    Paul Nitze, George Kennan, and the History of the Cold War
    6 Reviews, 3 Readable
  17. How Fast You Can Read This Essay Online
    The Washington Monthly, August 2008, pp. 24-25
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    How We Won (Review)
    The Cold War: A New History, by John Lewis Gaddis
    1. The Cold War: A New History by John Lewis Gaddis
    The Washington Monthly, April 2006, pp. 51-52
  19. Features
    Locking Up The Vote
    Disenfranchisement of former prisoners was the real crime in Florida
    The Washington Monthly, January 2001, pp. 17-21
  20. Features
    Machined Politics
    How the Internet is really, truly--seriously!--going to change elections.
    The Washington Monthly, May 2002, pp. 27-32
  21. Features
    May the Source Be With You
    Can a band of biologists who share data freely out-innovate the corporate researchers w...
    The Washington Monthly, July 2002, pp. 34-36
  22. The Need for Speed
    The Washington Monthly, May 2009, pp. 5-6
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    Net Gain (Review)
    Linked, by Albert-Laszlo Barabasi
    1. Linked by Albert-Laszlo Barabasi
    The Washington Monthly, July 2002, p. 54
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    Net Loss (Review)
    Dot.Con, by John Cassidy
    1. Dot.Con by John Cassidy
    The Washington Monthly, April 2002, p. 56
  25. Notes from the Underground
    What the ailing record industry can learn from a successful subway musician.
    The Washington Monthly, September 2003, pp. 44-45
  26. One Eye On The Exit
    A guide to moving from the West Wing to the real world.
    The Washington Monthly, May 2000, pp. 25-28
  27. Features
    Why Clinton's Colombia policy needs rehab.
    The Washington Monthly, April 2000, pp. 29-34
  28. Cover Story
    Playing With Numbers
    How U.S. News mismeasures higher education and what we can do about it.
    The Washington Monthly, September 2000, pp. 16-17
  29. Cover Story
    Presidential Aptitude Test
    What you really need to know to pick a president.
    The Washington Monthly, January 2000, pp. 31-37
  30. Features
    Publisher Perish
    The coming battle over publishing all scientific journals online for free.
    The Washington Monthly, October 2001, pp. 29-32
  31. Reboot
    How Linux and open-source development could change the way we get things done.
    The Washington Monthly, March 2000, pp. 9-13
  32. Rough Trade
    How currency traders profited from the Asian meltdown.
    The Washington Monthly, June 1999, pp. 10-13
  33. Science Friction
    The growing--and dangerous--divide between scientists and the GOP.
    The Washington Monthly, July 2003, pp. 11-15
  34. Cover Story
    Sex in the Digital City
    Why it's so alluring on AOL and the Internet--and why it's so addictive.
    The Washington Monthly, July 2000, pp. 27-31
  35. Features
    Snake Eyes
    Even education programs can't redeem state lotteries.
    The Washington Monthly, December 1999, pp. 14-17
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    Space Balls (Review)
    Secret Empire, by Philip Taubman
    1. Secret Empire by Philip Taubman
    The Washington Monthly, May 2003, pp. 52-53
  37. Star Search
    A million federal jobs are about to open up for young Americans. Will the government lu...
    The Washington Monthly, June 2003, pp. 22-27
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    Tax Laxity (Review)
    Perfectly Legal, by David Cay Johnston
    1. Perfectly Legal by David Cay Johnston
    The Washington Monthly, April 2004, pp. 55-56
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    World Wide Wash (Review)
    Open Networks, Closed Regimes, by Shanthi Kalathil and Taylor C. Boas
    1. Open Networks, Closed Regimes by Shanthi Kalathil and Taylor C. Boas
    The Washington Monthly, January 2003, p. 57
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