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Articles from The Wilson Quarterly (March 22, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Africa's accidental borders. Book Review 475
America the ordinary. Book Review 458
Big Cotton: How a Humble Fiber Created Fortunes, Wrecked Civilizations, and Put America on the Map. Nijhuis, Michelle Book Review 560
Born Losers: A History of Failure in America. Russello, Gerald J. Book Review 483
Brazil's resurgent Indians. 586
Buried secret. Brief Article 130
Bush v. Gore and more. Book Review 449
Campo Santo. Morris, James M. Book Review 689
Conrad as prophet. Book Review 399
Descent: The Heroic Discovery of the Abyss. Loftin, A.J. Book Review 595
Divided on World War IV. Hart, Gary; Kennedy, Dallas C.; Deitchman, S.J.; Wolansky, Taras; Futterer, Stephen; Griffith, John Letter to the Editor 1795
Don't look back. Dalrymple, Theordore 151
Editor's comment. Editorial 338
Einstein's bafflement. Brief Article 167
Fallen evangelicals. Book Review 373
Fallout. 552
Free World: America, Europe, and the Surprising Future of the West. Bacevich, Andrew J. Book Review 750
From the center. Hamilton, Lee H. 663
Game theory. Book Review 494
Hothouse parents, shrinking violets. Book Review 498
Impressionist Quartet: The Intimate Genius of Manet and Morisot, Degas and Cassatt. Ohlin, Alix Book Review 477
Inventing Superstition: From the Hippocratics to the Christians. Shermer, Michael Book Review 585
Jews and the American Soul: Human Nature in the Twentieth Century Reich, Tova Book Review 753
John Kenneth Galbraith: His Life, His Politics, His Economics. Mattson, Kevin Book Review 513
Just visiting. Brief Article 128
Lady Day's journey. Hentoff, Nat Book Review 994
Liberalism's last prayer. Book Review 620
Music's missing magic: we expect nothing less from music than that it give meaning to our lives. And for centuries, Western classical music did just that. But in the 20th century many composers turned in a new and less satisfying direction, and it's unclear whether music will ever regain what was lost. Hoffman, Miles 5226
No compromise. Book Review 478
On faith. Guinness, Os Book Review 1132
Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith. O'Sullivan, William Book Review 569
Portrait: George Washington. Brief Article 156
Privatizing war. Book Review 566
Push it to the max. Book Review 557
Putting power downtown. Book Review 403
Seven steps to salvation. Powers, William 2367
Sifting Dresden's ashes: sixty years after the Allies' bombing of Dresden enveloped the city in flames, controversy persists over whether the attack was militarily justified or morally indefensible. But another question, no less crucial, is seldom asked: Did wartime conditions allow military leaders to look away as they violated their own principles? Biddle, Tami Davis 7542
Social Security and beyond: a survey of recent articles. 1211
Starting over. Eastland, Terry 3679
Strangelet but true. Brief Article 210
Tax tales. Book Review 250
The father of free trade. Book Review 414
The mysterious Mr. Strauss. Book Review 460
The new wounded. Gawande, Atul 249
The people's conservative. Book Review 548
The private Jefferson. Hitchens, Christopher Book Review 1442
The self-esteem scam. Book Review 394
The Vatican's lost monopoly. Book Review 426
The young and the restless. Mindich, David T.Z. 2591
Three Nights in August: Strategy, Heartbreak, and Joy Inside the Mind of a Manager. Smith, April Book Review 499
To be a bee. Book Review 423
Tolerance on trial. Book Review 646
Tuning out the world. Book Review 442
Two cents on the dollar. Laffer, Arthur B.; Roach, Stephen S. Letter to the Editor 1231
Vidal signs. Brief Article 210
We Are All the Same: A Story of a Boy's Courage and a Mother's Love. Greene, Melissa Fay Book Review 609
What MoMA's missing. Book Review 602
What war on terror? Book Review 555
Who owns nature's secrets? Book Review 550
Why We Lie: The Evolutionary Roots of Deception and the Unconscious Mind. Stein, Jacob Book Review 793
Will great cities survive? For the first time in human history, a majority of the earth's population lives in cities. But though great cities have been among humanity's supreme achievements down through the ages, they now face an uncertain future, threatened by forces that could undermine the very things that have made them great. Kotkin, Joel Book Review 5104
You, the People: The United Nations, Transitional Administration, and State-Building. Ross, Hadley Book Review 488

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