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Articles from The Wilson Quarterly (September 22, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A penny saved. Geisst, Charles; Weber, Lauren; Riedel, James Letter to the editor 754
Arts and sciences. Peterson, Britt Book review 735
Bear necessities: myth-information. Bates, Stephen Brief article 270
Before the fall: the fall of the Berlin Wall was a dramatic moment in time. In the minds of many East Germans, it was years in the making. Curry, Andrew Report 3870
Blind-Sided. 613
Bullet trains for America? The Obama administration has revived the dream of building high-speed rail lines to rival those of Japan and Europe, but the tracks are littered with political and financial obstacles. Reutter, Mark Report 3676
Central Asia's past. Abazov, Rafis; Offen, Karen Letter to the editor 617
Cheek swabs for Hamlet. 608
Cracking the gene code. Harpending, Henry Letter to the editor 491
Damned either way. Brief article 322
Dissembling Defoe. 617
Double Bubble. Shiller, Robert J. Excerpt 176
Europe's envelope economy. 392
Exit lessons: the search is on for graceful strategies for exiting Iraq and Afghanistan. Apart from victory, history suggests, there are none. Edelstein, David M. Report 3265
Faces of crime: the mirror made, me do it. Bates, Stephen Brief article 161
Finding happiness after Harvard. 610
Flu masquerade. Brief article 110
From foraging to farming. 391
Ghosts of the Heartland. Courteau, Sarah L. Book review 941
Girth of a nation. Lamberg, Lynne Book review 695
Hamiltonian exuberance. 479
How cities go global. 401
How sofas changed the world. Gallagher, Winifred Book review 827
Immigrating to obesity. 324
In the beginning was the word: the book, that fusty old technology, seems rigid and passe as we daily consume a diet of information bytes and digital images. The fault, dear reader, lies not in our books but in ourselves. Rosen, Christine Essay 3302
Jews in America. Schwartz, Amy E. Book review 767
L. Paul Bremer, scapegoat. 689
Maps in fiction. Harmon, Katharine; Turchi, Peter Letter to the editor 462
No one died in Malerkotla. 487
Norway's black sheep. McDonald, Michael Book review 2596
Oil for containment. 466
Pet foodies: pooch pate. Bates, Stephen 363
Piles of trouble: air lift. Bates, Stephen Brief article 147
Plucky Pluto: down but not out. Bates, Stephen Brief article 262
Ready for her close-up. Gillespie, Nick Book review 1934
Remember the Titan. Wittes, Benjamin Book review 746
Russia's casual Christians. 463
Saving Africa. 493
Screenside manner: on call and online. Bates, Stephen 418
Self-helpless: positively negative. Bates, Stephen Brief article 137
Stalking the umwelt. Dunn, Rob Book review 839
Stop scribbling! 398
The art recession. 473
The backroom of conjecture. Brown, Kate Brief article 270
The battle of the books: in the long history of the book, the mass-produced volumes of our time constitute only a single chapter. More remain to be written. Wright, Alex Essay 2905
The Cost of 9/11. 411
The Cult of Experts. 589
The good and the bad in the ugly. Jollimore, Troy Book review 810
The graduate fixer. 577
The luxury of reading. Lagerfeld, Steven Editorial 434
The middle-class ghetto. Loftin, A.J. Book review 781
The new land rush. 691
The seventies shift: when Michael Barone began his career as a political observer, Los Angeles was like Des Moines by the sea and America was transfixed by the Vietnam War and the counterculture. Nobody saw the deeper forces that were beginning to transform the nation. Barone, Michael 3589
The Twain truth: branded. Bates, Stephen Brief article 231
The winning formula. Rid, Thomas Book review 1816
Three Flags. 564
Three tweets for the Web: welcome the new world with open arms--and browsers. Cowen, Tyler Essay 2972
Three weddings and a war. Saxton, Martha Book review 873
Time to go. Isaacson, Walter Brief article 216
War and warming. 577
What cannot be. 510
Where have all the flowers gone? Pyle, Robert Michael Excerpt 146
Why sex? 538

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