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Hybrid Vigor, November 2000
Electric cars turned out to be a bust, but they were a step toward something revolutionary.
Green Surprise?, September 2000
Al Gore is seen as a fanatical tree-hugger, zealous for regulation. George W. Bush is seen as a pro-oil businessman, heedless of pollution. The environmental records of these men support neither view.
The Business of Politics, October 1986
Representative Tony Coelho has raised a lot of money for congressional
Democrats -- and roused a lot of debate.
Move Nations, January 1986
How conservative think tanks have helped to transform the terms
of political debate.
- What's Wrong
With Congress?, December 1984
Before Congress can lead the nation, it must be able to lead itself.
Examining a Media Myth, October 1983
The "new poor" and homeless discovered by the press a few months ago seem to have
vanished; meanwhile, the real poor still need help.
- The Myth of Oppressive
Corporate Taxes, June 1982
Congress has found an expensive solution to what wasn't wrong with
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