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The Best American Political Writing 2005 (2005)

by Royce Flippin (Editor)

Other authors: Eric Alterman (Contributor), Matt Bai (Contributor), Thomas P. M. Barnett (Contributor), Peter Beinart (Contributor), Jonathan Chait (Contributor)27 more, Eric Cohen (Contributor), Nicholas Confessore (Contributor), James Fallows (Contributor), Andrew Ferguson (Contributor), Thomas Frank (Contributor), Daniel Franklin (Contributor), John Lewis Gaddis (Contributor), Nancy Gibbs (Contributor), Jeffrey Goldberg (Contributor), John Heilemann (Contributor), Wil S. Hylton (Contributor), Tom Junod (Contributor), N. Gregory Mankiw (Contributor), Michael Massing (Contributor), Jane Mayer (Contributor), James McManus (Contributor), Louis Menand (Contributor), A. G. Newmyer, III (Contributor), Martin Peretz (Contributor), Katha Pollitt (Contributor), Jonathan Rauch (Contributor), Jeffrey Rosen (Contributor), Hanna Rosin (Contributor), Jennifer Senior (Contributor), Mimi Swartz (Contributor), Jeffrey Toobin (Contributor), Fareed Zakaria (Contributor)

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The Best American Political Writing 2005 is an annual compendium that culls from the nation's most influential news sources to provide the most incisive, controversial, and entertaining writing about the notable names and events of 2004 and the first half of 2005. From the 2004 presidential election to the reconstruction of Iraq; from Social Security reform to the future of the Supreme Court; from the war on terrorism and who is next to repairing American ties with Europe; editor Royce Flippin provides a diverse collection of insights, opinions, and analysis on the political events that shaped the past year. With selections from leading publications, including the New York Times , the Washington Post , the New Yorker ,the Nation , Foreign Affairs , Time , Harper's , Vanity Fair , and the Atlantic , as well as think tanks such as the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution. In addition, writings from the nation's top political commentators, including Ron Suskind, Peter Beinart, James Fallows, Joshua Green, Naomi Klein, Michael Wolff, Christopher Hitchens, and Philip Gourevitch, among many others, are also featured.… (more)
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The Best American Political Writing 2005 is an annual compendium that culls from the nation's most influential news sources to provide the most incisive, controversial, and entertaining writing about the notable names and events of 2004 and the first half of 2005. From the 2004 presidential election to the reconstruction of Iraq; from Social Security reform to the future of the Supreme Court; from the war on terrorism and who is next to repairing American ties with Europe; editor Royce Flippin provides a diverse collection of insights, opinions, and analysis on the political events that shaped the past year. With selections from leading publications, including the New York Times , the Washington Post , the New Yorker ,the Nation , Foreign Affairs , Time , Harper's , Vanity Fair , and the Atlantic , as well as think tanks such as the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution. In addition, writings from the nation's top political commentators, including Ron Suskind, Peter Beinart, James Fallows, Joshua Green, Naomi Klein, Michael Wolff, Christopher Hitchens, and Philip Gourevitch, among many others, are also featured.

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