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Michael Tomasky

March 15, 1999 | Feature
Digestive Tract
March 8, 1999 | The City Politic
Divided We Stand

Where are the politicians -- particularly the white politicians -- willing to confront the racial schism over police brutality and offer real leadership?

February 22, 1999 | The National Interest
Q: What If . . .

. . . the Republicans had been driven by a Ronald Reagan pragmatism rather than sheer Clinton hate before the impeachment debacle? A: No impeachment. No debacle.

February 15, 1999 | The City Politic
Class Warfare

Painfully aware the Republican Party has no use for two moderate New Yorkers, Rudy and George have turned their private battle of wills into a schoolyard brawl.

February 1, 1999 | The National Interest
End Run

The Republicans, like the New York Jets, kept hoping for a last-minute miracle even as Bronco Bill Clinton faced the cameras and did that voodoo that he does so well.

January 25, 1999 | Feature
It Takes a . . . Carpetbagger

With Rudy planning a Senate run, New York Democrats are searching for another Bobby Kennedy, someone to ride into town and lead them to the promised land. Hillary Clinton, your room at the Carlyle is ready.

January 11, 1999 | The National Interest
The Oliver Twist

If perjury is such an unforgivable sin, then how come so many Republicans treated Oliver North like a hero -- and tried to get him elected to the Senate -- after he lied to Congress?

January 11, 1999 | The National Interest
The Oliver Twist

If perjury is such an unforgivable sin, then how come so many Republicans treated Oliver North like a hero -- and tried to get him elected to the Senate -- after he lied to Congress?

October 19, 1998 | The City Politic
Al Hands on Deck

Low voter turnout usually helps the GOP, but if Al D'Amato can't inspire the voters, Chuck Schumer could be the surprise beneficiary of a scandal-scarred electorate.

October 5, 1998 | The City Politic
Political Science Fiction

Republicans and pundits bet that the videotape would convince us the Clinton presidency is over. But the upcoming election could prove them wrong yet again.

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