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Articles from The American Prospect (January 1, 2006)

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A few changes. Editorial 228
Alito's excuses. Meyerson, Harold Brief Article 199
All the president's friends: Miller's gone, and Woodward is (voila!) forgiven. And the editors of our leading newspapers are clueless about the respect they've lost. Gitlin, Todd 2177
Calendar whirl: new Hampshire loses pride of place. But what will change accomplish? Rosenfeld, Sam 1293
Campaigns are destiny. Tanden, Neera 796
Cant and recant: Milton Friedman's latest research on the Federal Reserve challenges key assumptions of a very prominent economist: Milton Friedman. Kuttner, Robert 3321
Derb dish. Brief article 223
Help wanted. Brief article 110
It's what we do: the administration says the terrorists hate us for who we are. But that isn't what the terrorists say--or what the record shows. Eland, Ivan 4372
Miller's tale: how one effective and largely unsung congressman beat the president. Franke-Ruta, Garance Biography 1488
Mind the gap: democrats' policy disputes on Iraq are tiny. Political disputes are not. Yglesias, Matthew 1389
One-industry town. Brief article 133
Our kind of gals. Brief article 110
Poor, Richard. Alperovitz, Gar; Parker, Richard Letter to the Editor 851
Property wrongs: in Kelo's wake, a raft of anti-regulatory initiatives from the right. Bradley, Jennifer 1642
Realism and reality. Lieven, Anatol Book Review 1868
Reality play: Steven Soderbergh's Bubble violates every commercial code by focusing its lens on the crisis facing workers in rustbelt America. Woodward, Richard B. Movie review 1587
Reforming for quality. Klein, Ezra Book Review 859
Security for sale: the Department of Homeland Security has a section on its Web site labeled "Open for Business." It certainly is. Posner, Sarah 5396
Seven meals from murder. Crittenden, Ann Book Review 1164
Slightly un-orthodox: silent no longer: religious gay men and lesbians start speaking out. Wildman, Sarah 1454
Spooky stuff. Wade, Alan Letter to the Editor 190
Starting over. Starr, Paul 769
Tax breakup: conservative think-tankers face an unexpected opponent: employers. Dreyfuss, Barbara T. 1599
The arsonist: in his first six months at the UN, John Bolton has offended allies, blocked crucial negotiations, undermined the Secretary of State--and harmed U.S. interests. We expected bad; we didn't expect this bad. Goldberg, Mark Leon Cover Story 4117
The non-elites. Foster, Allen Letter to the Editor 208
The other Bryan: William Jennings Bryan, reactionary boob? That's one story. But there is much else to admire--and emulate. Kazin, Michael Biography 3336
The play's the thing. 125
When liberals must conserve. Schmitt, Mark Column 792
Why WWI? Frank, Thomas 788

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