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Articles from Washington Monthly (November 1, 1997)

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Aboard Airforce One: 200,000 Miles With a White House Aide. Cooper, Matthew Book Review 652
Apocalypse ahead: everyone's talking about the film 'The Peacemaker' - but when it comes to nuclear terrorism, truth is scarier than fiction. Leifer, John 2600
Beyond Gender: The New Politics of Work and Family. Williams, Marjorie Book Review 1208
Common Purpose: Strengthening Families and Neighborhoods to Rebuild America. Havemann, Judith Book Review 798
Conspiracy: How the Paranoid Style Flourishes and Where It Comes From. Buckley, Christopher Book Review 2132
Faubus: The Life and Times of an American Prodigal. Lyons, Gene Book Review 2391
From the eye of storm: the key moments of the Cuban Missile crisis - as seen by a man who was in the thick of it. Sorenson, Theodore C. Excerpt 2962
How the Mind Works. Miller, Matthew Book Review 532
Leo Strauss and the American Right. Lind, Michael Book Review 996
Mutual Contempt: Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, and the Feud that Defined a Decade. Swope, Kevin A. Book Review 951
One man's activist: what Republicans really mean when they condemn judicial activism. Schwartz, Herman 2816
Poison Politics: Are Negative Campaigns Destroying Democracy? Schier, Steven E. Book Review 728
The Black O: Racism and Redemption in an American Corporate Empire. Parker, John L., Jr. Book Review 753
The double-edged helix: advances in genetic testing reveal yet another reason we need national health insurance. Townsend, Kathleen Kennedy 1384
The Fall of Che Guevara: A Story of Soldiers, Spies and Diplomats. Page, Joseph A. Book Review 961
The File: A Personal History. Puri, Sandeep Book Review 585
There is hope after O.J.: D.C. Mayor Barry still tries to cover up his incompetence with cries of racism, but some Black Washingtonians have finally had enough. Aizenman, Nurith C. Biography 4791
Those were the days: on being a journalist in Paris in the '50s. Karnow, Stanley Excerpt 2224
You've come a long way, maybe: JonBenet, Diana, the princess fantasy, and what it has done to women. Cottle, Michelle Biography 3682

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