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Articles from Washington Monthly (March 1, 2010)

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Angst on the Aegean: crises can force even the most dysfunctional governments to change--and Greek prime minister George Papandreou aims to prove it. Clark, Bruce 3449
Asleep at the seal: just how bad does a college have to be to lose accreditation? Carey, Kevin Viewpoint essay 3712
Classless action: what the fall of a notorious plaintiff's lawyer does and does not say about the profession. O'Donnell, Michael Book review 1782
DNA's dirty little secret: a forensic tool renowned for exonerating the innocent may actually be putting them in prison. Bobelian, Michael 4640
Happy talk: a former Harvard president makes the case for government promotion of happiness. Longman, Phillip Book review 1971
Just add people: Joel Kotkin is right that population growth can transform America's cities and suburbs for the better. He's wrong to think it'll happen automatically. Teixeira, Ruy Book review 1311
Met expectations: all museums face a choice between the claims of exclusivity and the demands of democracy. New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art has always known which side it's on. Wallace-Wells, David Book review 2124
Re-education: conservative education scholar Diane Ravitch returns to her liberal roots. Kahlenberg, Richard D. Book review 2004
Robber barons on K Street. Glastris, Paul Editorial 752
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles Viewpoint essay 2367
Uncle Ali: If you liked Hamid Karzai and Pervez Musharraf, you'll love our latest ally, Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh. Edwards, Haley Sweetland Viewpoint essay 3380
Who broke America's jobs machine? Why creeping consolidation is crushing American livelihoods. Lynn, Barry C.; Longman, Phillip 5832

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