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Politics & Government
Books, Arts & Society
Foreign Policy & National Security
December 17, 2012
Volume 18, Number 14
Footprints on the Sand of Time
Obama v. Assad
Spender in Chief
The president doesn’t want a deal; he wants higher taxes, on his terms.
The showdowns on spending won’t end until the voters make up their minds.
France’s Socialists are more bark than bite.
The War on (Married) Women
It’s embedded in the tax code.
ASHLEY E. MCGUIRE
Leading from the Rehab Center
Mark Kirk didn’t let a stroke slow his campaign for Iran sanctions.
Hail and Farewell
South Koreans pick a president
‘It Is Well That War Is So Terrible’
The battle of Fredericksburg, December 1862
Books & Arts
What Would Marshall Do?
Fire some generals, for starters.
On the trail of a strange, elusive life in literature.
The nuts and bolts and cables of the Internet.
This is what happens when politics distorts art.
Is it possible not to feel good after seeing a feel-good movie?
Above and Beyond
Mark Hemingway meets the Missing Man
When Brubeck Wasn’t Cool
The Play’s the Thing
The War on Christmas, cont.
Sentences We Didn’t Finish
The Ambassador Wore Prada