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“Citizen Organizing: Many Movements, No Majority,” The American Prospect   (No. 2, Summer 1990). Anthologized in The American Prospect: Reader in American Politics, Walter Dean Burnham, Ed. (Chatham, N.J: Chatham House, 1995).

“Diversity at Berkeley: Demagoguery or Demography,” The American Prospect, (No. 9,   Spring 1992).

“The Gender Gap Mystique,” The American Prospect, (No. 15, Fall 1993)

“Can’t Touch This? The Pentagon’s Budget Fortress,” The American Prospect, (No.23, Fall 1995).

“The Balanced Budget Trap,” The American Prospect (No. 29, November-December, 1996).

“The Political Isolation of Cities,” The American Prospect, (No. 36. January-February, 1998)

“Lessons of Right-wing Philanthropy,” The American Prospect (No. 40. September-October 1998)

“The Big Chill: Foundations and Political Passion,” The American Prospect (No. 44. May-June 1999); Reprinted in The Nonprofit Quarterly (Vol. 7, Issue, December 2000).

The Roots of Rage,” Book review of Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire by Chalmers Johnson in The American Prospect (Vol. 11, No. 25 December 2000).