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Articles from Washington Monthly (March 1, 2005)

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7 mistakes superheroines make: why the latest action-babe flicks flopped. Larson, Christina 1098
A high-price to pay for a cheap waffle-maker. Peters, Charles Brief Article 167
Also it's cheap. Peters, Charles 120
Battered women: female boxing is brutal and hopeless. Wallace-Wells, Benjamin 2090
Blue-state Republicans? Peters, Charles Brief Article 93
Clearing the air. Roberts, Keith Letter to the Editor 142
Family values. Peters, Charles Brief Article 253
I'm sorry, did you say anything? Peters, Charles Brief Article 108
Ignorance is bliss? Ken Lay may have been as clueless as his lawyers claim. It shouldn't matter. Lavelle, Marianne 1894
Intimidate the intimidators. Peters, Charles Brief Article 134
Is grover over? Norquist's anti-tax jihad stumbles in the states. Newmyer, A.G., III 2275
It's not that we couldn't use a good translator. Peters, Charles Brief Article 149
Kevin Begos: "Good Intentions, Harsh Reality". Brief Article 212
King of the freebies. Peters, Charles Brief Article 82
Lunatics and dermatologists. Peters, Charles 133
Micro-profile: the state department official who teaches big-money donors how to be ambassadors. Peters, Justin Interview 362
Name games: Microsoft by any other name would sell as well. Malanowski, Jamie Book Review 1091
Newt-o-meter: democrats used to want a new JFK. Now, they're hunting for the next Newt Gingrich--the politician with a roadmap back to power. Brief Article 161
Not false church. Miller, Deborah Letter to the Editor 197
Novak is an island. Mills, Robert L. Letter to the Editor 159
Off track: America's economy is losing its competitive edge, and Washington hasn't noticed. Wallace-Wells, Benjamin 4614
Pork Chop goes to the Derby. Peters, Charles 107
Postmodern protests: why modern marches matter only to those who march. Larson, Christina 1542
Riches to rags: how legendary fraud Charles Ponzi's schemes crumbled. Koerner, Brendan I. 1918
Righting Kinsey. Condon, Bill Letter to the Editor 85
Schweitzer spinning. Ross, Jeffrey Letter to the Editor 828
Side effects may include overpayment. Peters, Charles Brief Article 94
Super exciting book news. 109
That would certainly disrupt the conga line. Peters, Charles 132
That's a lot of frooty pebbles. Peters, Charles Brief Article 113
The case for the draft: America can remain the world's superpower. Or it can maintain its current all-volunteer military. It can't do both. Glastris, Paul Cover Story 5642
The good fight: how much longer can the religious left remain politically neutral? Sullivan, Amy Book Review 2079
The newt republic: Gingrich's ideas were feisty and combative, but ultimately as nihilistic as they were visionary. Crowley, Michael 1843
The observer; the independent; the guardian. Schorr, Daniel Book Review 813
The pussycat that roared. Peters, Charles 104
The worst job in Washington: they're still answering phones at the Kerry campaign. Franklin, Daniel 1362
Trust us. Peters, Charles Brief Article 204
Try holding the cocktail party in a cave. Peters, Charles Brief Article 261
We'll always have Berkeley. Peters, Charles Brief Article 129
What's not to like? Peters, Charles Brief Article 183

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