Parnell, Robert; Williams, Gordon; Aronoff, Larry; Clancy, Dean; Bernstein, Daniel; Geundy, David M.; Rothman, Stanley; Gasink, Kellie
February 2000
New Republic;02/07/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 6, p4
Presents several letters to the editor referencing articles and topics published in previous issues. "Armey of One," by Nancy Glibbs, published in the January 03 issue; "It Only Gets Better," published in the January 03 issue; "Admit It," published in the December 27 issue; "Coming Soon to a Presidential Campaign Near You," published in the December 13 issue.


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