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Articles from Washington Monthly (November 1, 2002)

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Aid and comfort: David Rieff's eloquent--but dated--meditations on the failure of humanitarian action. Heilbrunn, Jacob Book Review 1585
Bombs away? (Letters). 850
Capitol bore. Malanowski, Jamie Book Review 1021
Collateral victory: America's new imperial presence in Central Asia may be a preview of what's to come in Iraq. The picture is not wholly encouraging. Caryl, Christian 4409
Cruise control: bathhouses are reigniting the AIDS crisis. It's time to shut them down. Farley, Tom 4873
Doctor who? Scientists are treated as objective arbiters in the cloning debate. But most have serious skin in the game. Munro, Neil 2767
Extreme greeks. (Letters). Tziampiris, Aristotle 236
Gilding the Gipper. Salam, Reihan Book Review 1084
Greatest good for the greatest number: philosopher Peter Singer will anger his traditional lefty fans with a clear-eyed account of the benefits of globalization. Easterbrook, Gregg Book Review 2070
House insiders say Democratic Majority Leader Richard Gephardt (D-Mo.) is almost certain to retire after the midterm elections, clearing the way for a major shake-up among the upper ranks of the party's leadership. (Who's Who). Threadgill, Susan 230
Learning to fly. (Letters). Smith, David M. 210
Mob informant. Propson, David Book Review 856
October's Federal Election Commission filings provide a telling snapshot of who's leading the race to become the Democratic nominee in 2004--who's raising the most money and doling it out to fellow Democrats in tight races this fall. (Who's Who). Threadgill, Susan 255
Oliver Stoned. Peters, Justin Book Review 735
Public schooling. (Letters). 299
Speculation that Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) might run for president as a Democrat has diminished since the publication of his latest book, Worth the Fighting For, in which he writes, "I did not get to be president of the United States. (Who's Who). Threadgill, Susan 122
States supreme. Gottheimer, Josh Book Review 1046
Street wise. Mayer, Jane Book Review 1009
The myth of cyberterrorism: there are many ways terrorists can kill you--computers aren't one of them. Green, Joshua 4398
The reluctant hawk: the skeptical case for regime change in Iraq. Marshall, Joshua Micah Book Review 2699
The Washington Monthly'S Monthly Journalism Award. 254
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles 3222
War torn: why Democrats can't think straight about national security. (Cover Story). Hurlburt, Heather 3748
Wheel estate. Green, Joshua Book Review 936
You break it, you pay for it: how special interests can serve the cause of campaign finance reform. Weinstein, Paul, Jr. 1821

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