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Michael Wolff

November 24, 2003 | This Media Life
The Anti-Yuppies

Downwardly mobile chic is hot! Naked ambition is ugly! Success is passé! All true enough—but can the moralistic New Left win votes with this message?

November 17, 2003 | This Media Life
Bipolar Iraq

We’re winning the peace, say the Bushies. But if so, what about all those body bags? How the administration is reinventing the PR war.

November 10, 2003 | Feature
The Clark Kent Timesman

How mild-mannered, smooth, ambitious Steven Rattner transformed himself into a Manhattan superhero. An excerpt from the controversial new book Autumn of the Moguls.

October 22, 2001 | This Media Life
Post Mortem?

Rupert Murdoch has been willing -- for fun and political profit -- to lose millions to keep his pet tabloid going. Now, finally, his patience may be running out.

October 27, 2003 | This Media Life
Disorder in the Court

Kobe Bryant’s best hope for fending off the charges against him? Take control of the ball: Wage a media trial that’s not about rape but about the Kobe brand.

October 20, 2003 | This Media Life
Rogues' Gallery

What do Rush Limbaugh, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Karl Rove, and I all have in common? We’re all guilty as charged! (Kidding. Sort of.)

October 13, 2003 | This Media Life
Grin and Share It

The music industry’s lame lawsuits against MP3-loving kids aren’t going to put the file-sharing genie back into the bottle. As Martha might say, it’s a good thing.

October 6, 2003 | This Media Life
The Mogulissimo

Imagine if, say, Barry Diller bought Universal, then ran for president—and won. Welcome to the surreally complete media moguldom of Italy’s prime minister.

September 29, 2003 | This Media Life
Sex and the Candidate

What’s to love about the idiotic California recall race? We all get to relive Arnold’s sex life! (Too bad the state’s soccer moms don’t feel the same way.)

September 22, 2003 | 2004 Race
Dream Team

Given the quagmire in Iraq and the sputtering economy at home, the race against bush is a victory in search of a candidate. Could Hillary Clinton or Wesley Clark be the one?

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