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Articles from Washington Monthly (September 1, 2005)

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"Negro removal". Peters, Charles Brief Article 111
A real life Mr. Smith. Peters, Charles Brief Article 109
Air time: Andrea Mitchell sat front row for 30 years of American political history--and came away with nothing to say. Zengerle, Jason Book Review 1199
Blessed are the merciful. Peters, Charles Brief Article 138
Bright ignoramuses. Peters, Charles Brief Article 80
Burning Atlanta: all the old regulatory weapons couldn't reform the Georgia power plant that is America's single biggest polluter. But a new law is working. Whitman, David 5328
Bush league. Peters, Charles Brief Article 96
Capitol Hill guide to free food: whoever said "there's no such thing as a free lunch" never worked as a congressional intern. Among the hundreds of receptions held every year, a few annual events hold special appeal for the underpaid, underfed political staffer. Brief Article 157
Charging into battle. Peters, Charles Brief Article 121
Confessions of a humvee liberal: the New Yorker's George Packer has written a penetrating, unblinking account of the catastrophic Iraq war that he supported. He just can't admit he was wrong. Hirsh, Michael Book Review 2916
Convention wisdom. Peters, Charles Brief Article 121
Country boys. Peters, Charles Brief Article 101
Easy street. Peters, Charles Brief Article 143
Follow the refuse: Elizabeth Royte's weirdly informative investigation of what happens to our trash. Malanowski, Jamie Book Review 1185
Good thing Grover Norquist wasn't around. Peters, Charles Brief Article 144
Hint: do away with the nametags. Peters, Charles Brief Article 117
In the imperial weeds: in his travels with special forces on the frontier of America's empire, Robert Kaplan captures the gritty realities, but not the paradoxes. Caryl, Christian Book Review 2370
Inside the green zone: a former CPA advisor details just how dysfunctional the Iraq occupation was. Kilgore, Ed Book Review 1285
It's either that or a massive depends subsidy. Peters, Charles Brief Article 226
Jargon watch: the press discovers Grover Norquist, again. Brief Article 185
Judging the judges: liberals need a new constitutional vision to guide their decisions. Cass Sunstein may have it. Pomper, Stephen Book Review 2367
Mall rats: the FBI's favorite place to snag targets is the Pentagon City Mall. Sullivan, Amy 1079
May we suggest a simple brochure? Peters, Charles Brief Article 139
Mitt Romney's evangelical problem: everyone wants to believe the Massachusetts governor's Mormonism won't be a problem if he runs in 2008. Think again. Sullivan, Amy 2693
Oil shock. Gotthold, John Letter to the Editor 329
Our preacher-in-chief. Peters, Charles Brief Article 133
Search lite: you may think Google is powerful today, but it's still only using 5% of its brain. Kounalakis, Markos Book Review 1238
The big problem still exists. Peters, Charles Brief Article 131
The King and the Duke. Peters, Charles Brief Article 81
The Washington Monthly college guide: other guides ask what colleges can do for you. We ask what colleges are doing for the country. 11539
The Washington Monthly's Monthly Journalism Award. Brief Article 253
Tutored tots. Peters, Charles Brief Article 232
Universal health vouchers. Ives, Alexander, C. Letter to the Editor 915
Weak hand: journalists can make today's geeky poker players seem interesting. They just can't make them heroes. Peters, Justin Book Review 1626
Wendell Willkie and our better angels. Peters, Charles Brief Article 106
Where did the lobbyists sit? Peters, Charles Brief Article 84
Whose bed am I in? Peters, Charles Brief Article 164

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