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Articles from Washington Monthly (January 1, 2011)

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A time against race: last year Mitch Landrieu became the first white mayor of New Orleans in three decades. He did so by garnering majority support from citizens of both races--the rarest of achievements in American politics. How long can he hold it all together? Vogt, Justin 8077
Get the energy sector off the dole: why ending all government subsidies for fuel production will lead to a cleaner energy future--and why Obama has a rare chance to make it happen. Leonard, Jeffrey 4473
Goodnight moon: will America ever escape the shadow of Apollo? Homans, Charles Book review 2669
Guerillas in the Mist: Peter Bergen blows away the political fog surrounding our war against al-Qaeda. Caryl, Christian Book review 1421
Solitary confinement: Tony Judt thought a great deal about dignity. His final book, written while the author was dying of ALS, is the epitome of it. O'Donnell, Michael Book review 2398
The greater terror: in his masterful new history, Timothy Snyder portrays Stalin's and Hitler's mass exterminations as flip sides of the same genocide--one that was both more horrible and less unique than we thought. Wallace-Wells, Benjamin Book review 2421
The jiujitsu kid. Glastris, Paul 759
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles 4009
Valley forged: early American counterfeiters and their heirs on Wall Street. Malanowski, Jamie Book review 1501
What he should say in the state of the union. Cover story 13244

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