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Interviews originally posted in 7 / 2004

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The Connection
by Stephen Hayes

More Equal Than Others
by Godfrey Hodgson

Free Money to Pay Your Bills
by Matthew Lesko

Into the Unknown
by Jack Uldrich

We Need to Talk About Kevin
by Lionel Shriver

Blood Done Sign My Name
by Timothy Tyson

A Mighty Fortress
by Steven Ozment

Out of Bounds
by Jeff Benedict

No Ordinary Matter
by Jenny McPhee

In Praise of Slowness
by Carl Honor

The Seven-Day Weekend
by Ricardo Semler

Status Anxiety
by Alain de Botton

This Man's Army
by Andrew Exum

What Really Happened to the Class of '93
by Chris Colin

The Book of Salt
by Monique Truong

One With Nineveh
by Paul Ehrlich

The Irish Game
by Matthew Hart

The Grand Idea
by Joel Achenbach

Forty Signs of Rain
by Kim Stanley Robinson

Better Than I Know Myself
by Donna Grant

Who Let the Dogs In?
by Molly Ivins

A Terrible Love of War
by James Hillman

The Zenith Angle
by Bruce Sterling

Floating
by Nicole Bailey-Williams

By A Spider's Thread
by Laura Lippman

Blood From Stones
by Douglas Farah

The Deceivers
by Thaddeus Holt

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin
by Gordon Wood

Radio Activity
by Bill Fitzhugh

One Man's Castle
by Phyllis Vine

In The Company of Heroes
by Michael Durant

The Ten Basic Principles of Good Parenting
by Laurence Steinberg

The Lobster Coast
by Colin Woodard

Bad Men
by John Connolly

Banana Republicans
by Sheldon Rampton

The Essential America
by George McGovern

Stand Up, Fight Back
by E.J. Dionne

Heavenly Intrigue
by Joshua Gilder

Port Mungo
by Patrick McGrath

Rambam's Ladder
by Julie Salamon

Bush Must Go
by Bill Press

The Myth of Moral Justice
by Thane Rosenbaum

The Latino Wave
by Jorge Ramos

This Side of Married
by Rachel Pastan

Fat Man Fed Up
by Jack Germond

From Rage to Reason
by Janet Langhart Cohen

Bride in Overdrive
by Jorie Green Mark

Resistance
by Barry Lopez

Fear and Other Uninvited Guests
by Harriet Lerner

We're Still Family
by Constance Ahrons

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
by Joe Trippi

High Steel
by Jim Rasenberger

A Thousand Sighs, A Thousand Revolts
by Christiane Bird

A One Woman Man
by Travis Hunter

Obliviously On He Sails
by Calvin Trillin

Black
by Christopher Whitcomb

Orange Crushed
by Pamela Thomas-Graham

Transmission
by Hari Kunzru

The Men We Became
by Robert Littell

Presidential Leadership
by Leonard Leo

On Paradise Drive
by David Brooks

Gag Rule
by Lewis Lapham

Dad Interrupted
by Van Whitfield

Cold Case Squad
by Edna Buchanan

Eventide
by Kent Haruf

Bubbles A Broad
by Sarah Strohmeyer

Logic Made Easy
by Deborah Bennett

The Flame Keepers
by Ned Handy

Mongo
by Ted Botha

The Great Game
by Frederick Hitz

Your Diet Is Driving Me Crazy
by Cynthia Sass

Success Runs in Our Race
by George Fraser

Shifting Through Neutral
by Bridgett Davis


Just imagine what Ronald Reagan could have done if he had had a Republican Congress. So I think this president has squandered what may be a once in a lifetime opportunity to really enact some conservative reforms and show that the conservative philosophy will work. I just honestly dont think hes tried very hard.

- Bruce Bartlett
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