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Politics & Government
Books, Arts & Society
Foreign Policy & National Security
January 21, 2013
Volume 18, Number 18
Taxation Without Cessation
JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
Totally, Unequivocally Hagel
Obama’s Second Term Plan
Attack, attack, and attack some more.
The Mother of All Solyndras
China’s solar power debacle.
And Miles to Go Before We’re Taxed
The green plan to have Uncle Sam watch your odometer.
The Ally of My Ally
Asia’s divided democracies.
JOSEPH A. BOSCO
A Teacher’s Plea
The GOP shouldn’t write off educators.
Hunting . . . for the Hell of It
Hipsters need not apply.
A Small Man in a Big Job
The petty reign of Harry Reid
The Moor Strategy
Mauritania’s President Mohamed Abdel Aziz on Islamists and underdevelopment in the Sahel
Books & Arts
The Women Who Wed
They’re people, too, and often based in Paris.
The Price Was High
Affirmative action and the betrayal of a colorblind society.
Even John Steinbeck’s ‘nonfiction’ was fictional.
Science fiction as guide to the stages of life.
Before Tina Brown, there were problems at ‘Newsweek.’
Strunk and White for the postliterate set.
The war on terror in all its strife and ambiguity.
I’m a Believer
Christopher Caldwell, credulous
She Bowled Them Over
Deck the Halls
Larry Miller, Back on His Feet
Al Gorezeera II
Il buffone di Siviglia