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Articles from Washington Monthly (March 1, 2012)

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Calvin vs. Hobbes: a novelist's lonely struggle to recover the religion-inspired liberalism of America's founding ethos. Dueholm, Benjamin J. Critical essay 2306
Clinton's third term. Glastris, Paul Editorial 764
Good news First, bad news never: how the Peace Corps believes its own PR, looks past its mistakes, and shafts volunteers in the process. Cooper, Ryan 3504
Heaven can wait: was I wrong about the afterlife? No. Hitchens, Christopher; Levine, Art 1232
Not a drop to drink: how water scarcity will soon be Asia's defining crisis. Larson, Christina 1713
Obama's top 50 accomplishments. Glastris, Paul; Cooper, Ryan; Hu, Siyu 2676
Ralph Nader, man misunderstood? Hall, Oliver Letter to the editor 499
Stay for tea: the real Tea Partiers are worth getting to know. Because they're going to be here a while. And they might prove useful. Teles, Steven M. Critical essay 2487
Terminal sickness: how a thirty-year-old policy of deregulation is slowly killing America's airline system--and taking down is with it. Longman, Phillip; Khan, Lina 5195
Thanks for the suggestion. Fishel, Leo Letter to the editor 118
The crackdown: an inside account of how Bahrain's Arab Spring uprising was crushed while America looked the other way. McEvers, Kelly 6227
The eradication answer. Murray, David 450
The incomplete greatness of Barack Obama: he's gotten more done in three years than any president in decades. Too bad the American public still thinks he hasn't accomplished anything. Glastris, Paul 5864
The rise of the Amero-pessimists: two political thinkers, a liberal and a conservative, believe America is headed toward inexorable decline. There are good reasons to believe they're both wrong. Teixeira, Ruy Book review 2496
Thinking out loud: an oral history of the twentieth century, dictated on his deathbed, shows that Tony Judt was, to the end, the consummate public intellectual. O'Donnell, Michael Book review 2401
Tilting at windmills. Peters, Charles 2974
We can live with a nuclear Iran: fears of a bomb in Tehran's hands are overhyped, and a war to prevent it would be a disaster. Pillar, Paul R. 5143

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