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Articles from Washington Monthly (June 1, 2015)

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Ancient Greece's middle-out strategy. Glastris, Paul Editorial 1900
How New Orleans made charter schools work: since Katrina, the Crescent City's schools have produced what some experts believe to be the most rapid academic improvement in American history--and created a reform model other cities are trying. Osborne, David 6345
Low-information lawmakers: why today's congress can no longer cope with complex problems. Drutman, Lee 1570
On not canonizing the gipper. O'Donnell, Michael Book review 2390
Pick your poison. Rogers, Heather 2619
Scott Walker's real legacy. Kettl, Donald F. 5498
Second chance, my ass. Edelman, Gilad Book review 1781
The age of the disengaged: are Millennials really more alienated from politics than youth in generations past? Cooper, Ryan 1622
The average Joe's proviso: surprising numbers of white working-class voters will support the Democratic agenda--if Democrats promise to reform the government that would carry it out. Greenberg, Stanley B. 3441
The Hungary games: how Hillary Clinton and her diplomats kept authoritarianism at bay in Eastern Europe. Kounalakis, Eleni 6285
The lost entrepreneurial generation? Connolly, Matt 1650
The monthly interview: a conversation with Representative John Sarbanes, on a new campaign finance idea to get lawmakers more focused on voters than big-money contributors. Glastris, Paul Interview 1845
The post-ownership society: how the "sharing economy" allows Millennials to cope with downward mobility, and also makes them poorer. Potts, Monica 4764
The young and the rentless: can shared equity make homeownership safe for millennials? Fraade, Jordan 1633
Tilting at windmills. Cooper, Matthew 3634
Wealth and generations: by focusing on the growing riches of the "1 percent," we miss another form of inequality that is bigger, and arguably even more dangerous. Longman, Phillip 5814
Why is America losing the commercial drone wars? Kakaes, Konstantin 2964

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