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Articles from Washington Monthly (October 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Alaskan bruise. Wallace-Well, Benjamin Letter to the Editor 1345
Auto-mobility: subsidizing America's commute would reward work, boost the economy, and transform lives. Waller, Margy 2413
Early and often: how to avoid butterfly ballots, long lines, and pregnant chads. Keisling, Phil Book Review 2246
Getting ahead in the GOP: Rep. Patrick McHenry and the art of defending the indefensible. Wallace-Wells, Benjamin Biography 5389
Let there be light: a look inside the hidden world of Opus Dei. Baumann, Paul Book Review 2201
Measure for measure: the president's school reform law rests on the belief that its high-stakes tests are fair and accurate. But the Bush aide who designed the law has his doubts. And the Dallas schools have a better way. Toch, Thomas 3347
No right turn: if Americans haven't gotten more conservative, why is the GOP in charge? Hayes, Christopher 2443
Outdoor market: can the eco-friendly approach that has made Patagonia, Inc. big profits be a model for all other companies? Nope. Koerner, Brendan I. Book Review 1683
Test of faith: win or lose, Virginia gubernatorial candidate Tim Kaine is proving that Democrats can neutralize the religion issue with a sincere expression of faith. Murray, Mark 2317
The elephant in the room: Craig Crawford takes aim at the war against the media but missed the biggest target. Sullivan, Margaret 1172
The Italian job: where Washington insiders get their hair cut. Roth, Zachary Biography 1031
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles 2758
Why Americans can't write political fiction. Lehmann, Christopher Critical Essay 4936

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