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Articles from Washington Monthly (January 1, 2009)

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Back on tracks: a nineteenth-century technology could be the solution to our twenty-first-century problems. Longman, Phillip 5369
Bad reactors: rethinking your opposition to nuclear power? Rethink again. Blake, Mariah 6667
Courage in profiles: how Marjorie Williams rendered the lives of Washington's powerful. Talbot, Margaret Book review 1909
Good fortune: Malcolm Gladwell rethinks the secret to success. Wallace-Wells, David 1807
Guacamole on your shorts: searching, futilely, for the Super Bowl's deeper meaning. Malanowski, Jamie Book review 1370
Hybrid vigor. Kirsch, David; Leonard, Jeffrey Letter to the editor 421
L. Ron-dezvous. Adler, Ben 870
Lost in their Bloomberg terminals: the Wall Street wizards who brought on catastrophe by pretending to eliminate risk. Koerner, Brendan I. 1507
Off the deep end. Blore, Gary T.; Bowen, Russ; Axe, Dave Letter to the editor 1039
Our man in Tel Aviv: what will be Hillary Clinton's strategy for Middle East peace? The memoir of her husband's ambassador to Israel may provide hints. Levy, Daniel 2250
Small is beautiful. Semento, Tony Letter to the editor 187
The Deliberator. Glastris, Paul Column 815
The little unions that couldn't: card check is worth fighting for-except for the "card check" part. Frank, T. A. 3037
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles Column 3845
Toy story: does the reform of a small agency herald the return of competent government oversight? Blake, Matthew 1762
We are all Keynesians again: why Ben Bernanke isn't listening to Robert Samuelson. Galbraith, James K. 1686
What Obama should read: twenty-five books the new president should have by his bedside. 4768

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