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Articles from Washington Monthly (January 1, 2015)

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A thief, a dirty politician, and a suicide bomber walk into a bar ... Pillar, Paul R. Book review 1558
College football coaches, the ultimate 1 percent. Connolly, Matt 2824
Flipping their wigs: the framers would be shocked at how far conservative jurists have narrowed the definition of what constitutes political corruption. Bush, Daniel Book review 1497
In the jaws of climate change. Shankman, Sabrina 1422
Is a grand strategy for America even possible? Three of our finest flag officers attempt to offer unifying visions for the United States, but run aground on the same political polarization that flummoxes everything else. Hurlburt, Heather Book review 2487
Let us now praise corporate persons: Citizens United was a bad decision; but the cry of "corporations are not people!" isn't helping fix the problem--in fact, its making it worse. Greenfield, Kent 5663
Meat puppets: how Washington bought into the anti-saturated-fat agenda. Glastris, Kukula Book review 3638
SCOTUS heads toward the cliff. O'Donnell, Michael Book review 2472
Ten secret truths about government incompetence: what you can learn from the management mistakes of Obama and Bush. Ketti, Donald F. 5714
The rise and fall of the U.S. government: while other conservatives say that the American state has become too powerful, Francis Fukuyama argues that it has grown too weak. Dilulio, John J., Jr. Book review 5386
The Torngats seven. 10978
Three simple fixes that could save pro football: reimagining the game for the twenty-first century. Nussbaum, Jeff 2533
Tilting at windmills. Alter, Jonathan 3374
Why a second progressive era is emerging--and how not to blow it. Glastris, Paul Editorial 1516
Why I quit the Congressional Research Service: how Congress's dysfunction has degraded its own in-house think tank. Kosar, Kevin R. 3663

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