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Articles from Washington Monthly (January 1, 2005)

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10 miles square: I, spy: an ex-spook visits Washington's espionage museum--and isn't impressed. Peters, Justin 1193
Analyze this: inside the one spy agency that got pre-war intelligence on Iraq--and much else--right. Rood, Justin 3412
Bernard Lewis reconsidered. Arregui, A.D. Letter to the Editor 472
Cosby in '08? It's time for Democrats to think beyond the usual suspects. 1690
Currying favor: forget about Iran--Strobe Talbott says we couldn't even keep our ally India from getting the bomb. Waldman, Amy Book Review 1018
End game: democratic Iraq hawk Ken Pollack says our military can't stop Iran from going nuclear. And our diplomats don't have much chance either. Chollet, Derek Book Review 1562
Fire the consultants: why do Democrats promote campaign advisors who lose races? Sullivan, Amy 2928
I heart Newark. Booker, Cory Letter to the Editor 228
My new Kentucky home: the cutting edge of illegal immigration used to be Los Angeles. Now It's Owensboro. Laufer, Peter 4461
The best care anywhere: ten years ago, veterans hospitals were dangerous, dirty, and scandal-ridden. Today, they're producing the highest quality care in the country. Their turnaround points the way toward solving America's health-care crisis. Longman, Phillip 7847
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles 3239
Under mined: when a flood of toxic mining sludge wreaked havoc in Appalachia, how did the White House respond? By letting the coal company off the hook and firing the whistleblower. Bingham, Clara 5443
Word games: George Lakoff, the Democrats' hottest new thinker, misses the meaning behind the message. Baer, Kenneth S. Book Review 2282

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