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Introducing the Republican Party's rising stars.
With callous austerity measures, New Jersey's Chris Christie has made himself a contender.
Pakistan's ISI served as an arbiter in the Taliban dispute over the New York Times reporter's kidnapping.
For years, Walden Bello fought the Marcos dictatorship. Now he's a member of Congress.
Washington should be in a tizzy over the jobs crisis. Instead, the establishment's going ballistic over a problem that's been blown way out of proportion.
The Fed will purchase a massive number of Treasury bonds. That should prevent deflation—but it won't do enough for consumers.
What's so bad about big-ticket philanthropy? Nothing—except that it lets the wealthy decide how to spend money that would be the Treasury's.
It could be worse.
Obama's mistakes in office are nowhere near the whole story. The rest of us must shoulder our share of the blame, too.
Its partisans may be in search of political purpose, but that shouldn't make liberals complacent.
In Bloodlands Timothy Snyder attempts to link the Holocaust to a syndrome of political killing endorsed by Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin.
Justice William Brennan's watchword was human dignity, and to protect it he interpreted individual rights expansively.
Poisoning the Press tells the tale of Jack Anderson's fall from muckraking hero to blustering pundit.
This puzzle originally appeared in the December 6, 1975, issue.