Arrowood, Michael; Shender, Steve; Temkin, Moshe; Levenson, Howard S.; Hogarty, Thomas F.
March 2001
New Republic;03/26/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 13, p4
Presents letters to the editor referencing topics and articles discussed in previous issues. Views on the article "Brown and Out" that appeared in the February 19, 2001 issue by Gregg Easterbrook on the California power crisis; Comments on the article "Landslide" that appeared in the February 19, 2001 issue on Israelis; Comments on the review of the book "Burying Caesar: The Churchill-Chamberlain Rivalry"; Views of writer Robert M. Solow on Alan Greenspan and Paul Volcker, chairmen of the U.S. Federal Reserve.


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