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Articles from Washington Monthly (March 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
"Oreo" nation. Garrow, David J. 866
America's warlords: up close with the U.S. military regional commanders who run the world. Fallows, James 1651
Better living through chemistry: DDT could save millions of Africans from dying of malaria--if only environmentalists would let it. Gourevitch, Alexander 3368
Bias schmias. Noah, Timothy 1155
Car talk. (Letters). Letter to the Editor 589
First draft: the battle to create universal national service has just started Here's how it can be won. Glastris, Paul 2361
Food fight. Mooney, Chris 1061
G.I. woe: three years ago, George W. Bush charged that U.S. troops were being intolerably overburdened. Today, our men and women in uniform are stretched even thinner--and it's about to get much worse. Confessore, Nicholas 5678
Giving mirth: for todays women writers, balancing work and family is agony. For Jean Kerr, it was an art form. Austin, Elizabeth 3100
Hayes's ride: in 1876, a Democratic candidate won the presidency, but, through a lack of nerve lost the recount. Sound familiar? Greenfield, Jeff 1547
Hitler's handlers. Dempsey, Joe 848
It's the policy, stupid. (Letters). Ryan, Barbara Haddad Letter to the Editor 202
Minority report. Mathews, Jay 918
Rove rage. Malanowski, Jamie 1040
Saddam's Serb supplier: how our last enemy has been arming our next one. Marash, Dave 2780
Snipers with pens. (Letters). Letter to the Editor 231
Testing Bush. (Letters). Jordan, Michael E. Letter to the Editor 206
The new American Dream: the economy will prosper again when more Americans can do the work they love. The party that realizes this first wins. Florida, Richard 5147
The Washington Monthly's Monthly Journalism Award. Brief Article 171
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles 3444
U.S. troops in Bosnia: Wimpier even than the French. Witte, Eric A. 716
What ever happened to national service? How a Bush policy pledge quietly disappeared. Just, Richard 2250
Who's who. Threadgill, Susan 767

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