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Michael Tomasky

June 7, 1999 | The City Politic

Harold Ickes -- the "nuclear weapon" of political campaigning and unlikely Bubba loyalist -- is quietly laying the groundwork for Mrs. Clinton's Senate bid.

May 31, 1999 | The National Interest
Politically Incorrect

Jesse Helms's favorite campaign strategist was the wizard behind Bibi Netanyahu's stunning loss to Ehud Barak (and probably the pandering commuter-tax repeal too).

May 31, 1999 | Feature
Menace II Society
May 17, 1999 | Feature
The Next Big Things

If we can return Penn Station to greatness -- and here's your first look -- why not the waterfront? And how about the Second Avenue subway?

May 10, 1999 | Feature
Snow White II: Life of a Coke Dealer
May 10, 1999 | The City Politic
Not in Service

Reasonable people may concur with Mayor Giuliani's vow to dismantle the Board of Education, but the timing smacks of politicking elsewhere, not leadership here.

April 26, 1999 | Profile
Tricked Out

Buried Alive? Please.Here are some celebrity stunts we'd really like to see...

April 26, 1999 | The National Interest
Air Pressure

As the NATO bombing raids against Milosevic's forces continue, Americans of a certain age feel torn by memories of aggression in Vietnam -- and reticence in Bosnia.

April 12, 1999 | The City Politic
Alienable Rights

To black New Yorkers, Rudy Giuliani's seemingly enlightened promise of "one city, one standard" never rang true -- as the Diallo case has now made brutally clear.

March 22, 1999 | The National Interest
Not a Lott-a Shakin'

For all their talk of a big tent, most Republicans still don't get it about race -- as witness the Senate majority leader's disinclination to renounce white supremacists.

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