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Articles from Washington Monthly (June 1, 2005)

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A few more terrorist scares and we'll get the hang of it. Peters, Charles Brief Article 98
Brain Brew: how coffee fueled Voltaire's Candide, Newton's theory of gravity, and Juan Valdez's modern woes. Koerner, Brendan I. Book Review 1861
CEOs for socialized medicine. Peters, Charles 244
Crude awakening: the best hope for meeting growing world demand for oil, say experts, is to tap Saudi Arabia's reserves. A Bush advisor on energy says those reserves don't exist. Drum, Kevin 4397
Fatale silence. Zimon, Jill Miller Letter to the Editor 243
Gates, Schmates: Robert Noyce invented the integrated circuit. Then he invented the culture of Silicon Valley. Burnett, Robert Book Review 1449
Jargon watch: Harry Potter syndrome. 254
Justice belied. Peters, Charles Book Review 122
Little Tom DeLays waiting to get out. 355
Military family. Connell, Daniel Letter to the Editor 256
Out to sea: yes, offshore banking is an outrage. No, it's not a metaphor for capitalism. Frank, T.A. Book Review 1157
Power failure? Lieven, Anatol Letter to the Editor 653
Solved! It covers everyone. It cuts costs. It can get through Congress. Why Universal Healthcare Vouchers is the next big idea. Fuchs, Victor R. 4437
Starting over. Peters, Charles Brief Article 103
Table manners: how food choices helped shape culture and politics in nascent America. Bjerga, Alan Book Review 1122
Tax the rich. Peters, Charles 174
The case for new agencies. Peters, Charles Brief Article 204
The good evangelist. Peters, Charles 140
The invention militia: amateur engineers are asking what they can do for the Pentagon. Ackerman, Spencer 1162
The monopoly factory: want to fix the economy? Start by fixing the Patent Office. Roth, Zachary 6019
The Washington Monthly's monthly journalism award. 233
Unquiet American: tough, idealistic, motivated by profit, Dale Stoffel had all the attributes the Bush administration thought would set Iraq right. The mysterious murder of this whistle-blowing contractor exemplifies all that went wrong. Roston, Aram Cover Story 6574
What John Bolton got right. Peters, Charles Brief Article 130
When Buffett speaks. Peters, Charles Brief Article 129
When is a railroad like a punching bag? Peters, Charles Brief Article 139

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