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Michael Tomasky

September 28, 1998 | Feature
Grand Centrism

Schumer, Vallone, and Spitzer move Democrats to the middle.

August 24, 1998 | Feature
Dirty Joke

If the lesson of Rudy's hero Fiorello La Guardia is any guide, the disappearance of smut will prove illusory. Today, porn shops are beginning to peddle trinkets; how long before trinket shops start pushing porn to serve a hankering market?

August 10, 1998 | The National Interest
Squawking Points

News of Monica's and Bill's grand-jury testimony prompted familiar doomsaying from pundits fiercely oblivious to the fact that nobody, save perhaps Ken Starr, cares.

July 27, 1998 | The City Politic
Deep Impact

That deadly asteroid homing in on Geraldine Ferraro's campaign is Charles Schumer, who has the record and now the money to win the primary and take on Al D'Amato.

June 29, 1998 | The City Politic
Double Exposure

In 1996 and '97, the city routinely subjected minor offenders to humiliating strip searches -- a policy that could now cost all of us as much as $1 billion in damages.

June 22, 1998 | Feature
Rudy's Rules of Order

We loved Giuliani for his ferocious pursuit of the lawless. Now that same vengeful passion is directed against the merely powerless, from cabbies to vendors to street artists. Even his supporters wonder what's happened to the mayor. Of course, they're afraid to say so.

June 8, 1998 | The City Politic
Deep Impact

That deadly asteroid homing in on Geraldine Ferraro's campaign is Charles Schumer, who has the record and now the money to win the primary and take on Al D'Amato.

June 1, 1998 | The City Politic
Ticket Masters?

The shade of the late Arthur Goldberg -- great man, terrible candidate -- hovers above Rye, where Democrats will gather to select candidates for statewide offices.

February 2, 1998 | Feature
Three-Legged Race

They all want it bad: Ferraro, for vindication; Schumer, to break out of the house; and Green, to take down his archenemy. At last, a New York race that should get good (and maybe even ugly).

January 19, 1998 | Feature
Fonzie Scheme

How the "Post" does Al D’Amato’s dirty work.

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