April 2006

In This Issue

Matthew Teague, "Double Blind"; James Bamford, "Big Brother Is Listening"; Robert D. Kaplan, "The Coming Normalcy?"; Carl Elliott, "The Drug Pushers"; Christopher Hitchens on "James Bond"; James Fallows on Camera Phones; Ross Douthat on Newt Gingrich's return; and much more.

Features

The Coming Normalcy?

Whatever else the American occupation of Iraq may be, it serves as a laboratory for ideas about how to wring stability out of chaos—the great foreign-policy challenge of the twenty-first century

The Drug Pushers

As America turns its health-care system over to the market, pharmaceutical reps are wielding more and more influence—and the line between them and doctors is beginning to blur

Markets and Morals

Atlantic writings by Henry Demarest Lloyd, John Maynard Keynes, John Kenneth Galbraith, Peter Drucker, and others.

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