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  AlterNet: MediaCulture: A Reply to the New Republic
While the New Republic presented a much-needed liberal national security strategy, their effort amounts to a sophisticated version of More of the Same.
By coincidence, New Republic editor Peter Beinart simultaneously published an elegantly written, passionately argued 5,683-word essay addressing himself to exactly the same problem and deploying the same historical example as a guidepost to the future.
New Yorker reporter Nicholas Lemann surveyed a group of them and came away with a remarkably consistent – and painfully prescient – set of analyses.
www.alternet.org /mediaculture/20874   (970 words)

  New Republic (Star Wars) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The New Republic was founded on the same premise that the Old Republic was a thousand years earlier--to have a representative parliamentary body govern the galaxy in a fair and equal manner--and it was designed to correct the problems that brought about the Old Republic's downfall.
The New Republic's ultimate goal, as founder Mon Mothma said, was "to become the New Republic in fact as well as name." Unfortunately for the dreams of Mothma and the Alliance, the institution quickly fell afoul of political infighting of the likes seen in the waning days of the Old Republic.
The New Republic is a voluntary confederation organized on republican principles under a common Charter and in accordance with the ideals and purposes embodied in the Declaration of a New Republic.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_Republic_(Star_Wars)   (2795 words)

 New Republic - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
As Coruscant fell to the Yuuzhan Vong the New Republic was forced to ally with the Imperial Remnant and, to an extent, the Chiss Ascendancy to form the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances.
The New Republic was a voluntary confederation organized on democratic principles under a common Charter and in accord with the ideals and purposes embodied in the Declaration of a New Republic.
The Declaration of a New Republic set forth the principles to which the New Republic was dedicated; the common Charter was the actual mechanism by which planets became members, and specified both the rights and duties of members, and the various institutions of government and their powers.
starwars.wikicities.com /wiki/New_Republic   (3048 words)

 The New Republic - Wikipedia
The New Republic is a venerable American journal of opinion published weekly and with a circulation of around 100,000.
The New Republic was founded by Herbert Croly[?] and Walter Lippmann, and its first issue published on November 7, 1914.
In the 90's TNR was also an early supporter of welfare reform, arguing that the program created dependency and social dysfunction, and that its goals would be best achieved by providing the support, such as child care and job training, needed by its recipients to find jobs and become self-sufficient.
wikipedia.findthelinks.com /th/The_New_Republic.html   (617 words)

 The New Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The New Republic is an American journal of opinion published weekly and with a circulation of around 100,000.
The New Republic was founded by Herbert Croly and Walter Lippmann, who published the magazine's first issue on November 7, 1914.
While the New Republic is often considered a liberal, or neo-liberal, publication with a strong intellectual streak, some American progressives disagree with characterizing it as "liberal".
www.cottagegrove.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/The_New_Republic   (723 words)

 Jason Leopold 2/21/03 - New Republic Editor-In-Chief Tells Bush To Bomb Iraq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The New Republic, the 89 year-old “liberaljournal of politics and the arts, has shifted its editorial stance recently by publishing stories that support a war with Iraq and criticize the Democratic party for its weakness, according to a story in Wednesday’s New York Observer.
In a recent press release, The New Republic says its coverage as of late represents “several daring political stances” on issues such as the U.S. going to war with Iraq without the support of the United Nations.
Peretz has been the top editor at The New Republic since 1974 and was co-founder with CNBC pundit and former hedge fund guru James Kramer of The Street.com.
www.makethemaccountable.com /leopold/030221_NewRepublicEditor.htm   (956 words)

 The New Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The New Republic is a magazine that targets intellectuals and public policy makers, as well as thoughtful people of all political stripes in government and academia and the arts.
TNR does not patronize only fls; it treats all of its readers as if they were children who require information about the epidemic to be overly-simplified and spoon-fed to them within a politically correct framework.
Even more reprehensibly, TNR's editors have printed articles and editorials arguing that pregnant women and their unborn children should be treated with AZT if they test positive on a test that has a very high rate of false positivity.
www.chronicillnet.org /online/new_republic.html   (2010 words)

 New Republic
Bliven continued the tradition of the New Republic to argue for left of centre solutions to America's problems and in 1932 supported the socialist candidate, Norman Thomas, for president.
Circulation of the New Republic fell to 30,000 in the 1950s and one commentator described it as "that faint voice of the left".
The New Republic was founded to explore and develop and apply the ideas which had been advertised by Theodore Roosevelt when he was leader of the Progressive Party.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /USArepublic.htm   (1335 words)

 New Republic Destroyer
The Republic Destroyer, although smaller than his daughter's Imperial-class design, still retains the Blissex's trademark efficiency.
Two Republic Destroyers can be produced for about the cost of an Imperial Star Destroyer, with only about one-fifth the crew complement and 20 percent more firepower than the standard Imperial model.
Republic Destroyers have had a growing presence within the Alliance Fleet.
alliance.galaxy-force.com /warships/anrd.html   (183 words)

 New Jedi Order Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The new government was inspired by that of the Old Republic, but with a stronger government, to never again let a threat neither from the outside, nor the inside arise, or get to galactic power.
The New Republic died when the Invaders captured the capital planet Coruscant and Chief of State Borsk Fey´lya killed himself along the Imperial Palace and the Data Towers with a bomb.
Afterwards the surviving fractions of the Republic fought for themselves, some even forming a new republic, but in the turmoil of the darkest hour of the invasion, new hope emerged.
www.njoe.com /index.php?id=view&sub=govt&sub2=govt&sub3=6   (1552 words)

 New Republic Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
It is the unit most commonly used for the ground defence of the majority of the New Republic's worlds, excepting worlds such as Coruscant which naturally need a much more significant unit on planet.
This is the largest unit in the Republic Army, as it normally is made up of 6 corps of troops.
The New Republic Military Intelligence branch opened as a result of the failure of the NRI to properly handle the kidnapping and following investigation of Prime Minister Mansar.
newrepublic.homestead.com /army.html   (3194 words)

 Not Even the New Republic
TNR 's decisive departure from the left is old news, perhaps best illustrated by its editorial support for every major U.S. military intervention in the last two decades: the 1983 Grenada invasion, the 1986 bombing of Libya and the 1989 Panama invasion, as well as both wars against Iraq.
The three TNR alums are currently Fox News All-Stars, appearing on the right-dominated panel at the end of each edition of Fox's Special Report with Brit Hume.
Hertzberg, a former TNR editor, balks at the characterization of TNR as a progressive journal.
www.fair.org /index.php?page=1970   (605 words)

 The New Republic[ans]
The New Republic magazine--a pro-war Democratic Party rag--thought it would be provocative to muse about killing and torturing antiwar activists.
New Republic writer T.A. Frank found it cheeky to sit in and mock an antiwar panel meeting sponsored by the D.C. Anti-War Network, the D.C. ISO and others.
The New Republic believed it could earn street cred among the DLC hacks upon whose buttocks their lips are permanently attached.
www.socialistworker.org /2005-1/531/531_04_NewRepublic.shtml   (661 words)

 Religion and the New Republic (Religion and the Founding of the American Republic, Library of Congress Exhibition)
The new church conceived itself to be a restoration of primitive Christianity, which other existing churches were considered to have deserted.
Benevolent societies were a new and conspicuous feature of the American landscape during the first half of the nineteenth century.
Originally devoted to the salvation of souls, although eventually to the eradication of every kind of social ill, benevolent societies were the direct result of the extraordinary energies generated by the evangelical movement--specifically, by the "activism" resulting from conversion.
www.loc.gov /exhibits/religion/rel07.html   (2599 words)

 The New Republic: The New Republic Archives: Historical Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The TNR Historical Society is a unique way of accessing our more than 90 years of articles, editorials, and reviews.
Read what TNR has had to say about the Six Day War and its continuing repercussions.
See what TNR has written about all the strikes, swings, and seasons of the past.
www.tnr.com /arch/hs   (431 words)

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So it would seem that the New Republic was doomed to repeat this destructive cycle.
The New Republic formed a loose provisional government of the rebel alliances founding races and as their battle progressed the government choose to settle on the water world of Mon Calimari in the capitol of Liberty City.
The New Republic secretly relocated to the Loris Alliance system of Kel'deris on the colony world of Kelder.
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 Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast - N.R.I. Reports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In the New Republic goverment, the NRI falls under the jurisdiction of the General Ministry.
New Republic records indicate that only the armaments were removed from these ships and all other systems should be intact.
The first would be to enlist the help from his powerful connections still left in the New Republic (the Solos and Luke Skywalker) to persuade the Senate.
www.lucasarts.com /products/outcast/html/spin.html   (1537 words)

 New Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
For decades, The New Republic (founded in 1914 by Walter Lippmann and friends) and The Nation were sister weeklies, peas in a left-liberal pod.
But in the aftermath of the 60s, TNR owner and quondam radical Martin Peretz became an ultra-hardliner on the issues of Israel and the Soviet Union -- for him, as for so many others, really one issue.
And Peretz's TNR writers helped invent the cynical knowingness that defines "neoliberal" discourse -- wittily brushing off most suggestions for social melioration here at home, while often backing Reagan on "defense" and (particularly) the economy.
www.namebase.org /sources/FG.html   (236 words)

 purevolume™ | NEW REPUBLIC
Experiencing New Republic is a rebirth, a revelation, and a refreshing encounter with music at its most refined point.
The singer and guitarist, brothers, David and Jonathan Julca, moved to the United States from the Republic of Panama nearly eight years ago and shortly there after formed their band with bassist, Jack Huston, in 1997.
New Republic was recently featured on PanamaRock.com, check it out by clicking here (Spanish only).
www.purevolume.com /newrepublic   (322 words)

 New Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The New Republic is also the title of several books, including:
The New Republic (Star Wars), a fictional government from the Expanded Universe of Star Wars
The New Republic (South Africa) or Nieuwe Republiek, a short-lived country in 1880s South Africa
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_Republic   (114 words)

 CNN.com - The New Republic endorses Lieberman - Jan. 7, 2004
The New Republic endorsed Al Gore in the 2000 presidential primaries.
The endorsement came as new polls show retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark -- the former NATO supreme allied commander -- emerging as a strong challenger to Dean, while Lieberman remains far behind.
The New Republic praised Clark, Rep. Dick Gephardt of Missouri and Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts as being strong on national security and international policy issues, but said Lieberman stands out from the pack.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/01/07/elec04.prez.lieberman.newrepublic   (533 words)

 danieldrezner.com :: Daniel W. Drezner :: New Republic Archives
My latest TNR Online essay is up -- this one is about why, even with the outsourcing furor dying down, we're not likely to see any groundswell of support for trade liberalization.
For this essay, there's not a lot to link to, except for Kerry's foreign policy page and the February 27th speech that was the source of the quotes in the essay.
My latest TNR essay is up -- it's an analysis of whether the Bush administration will become more protectionist in the run-up to the 2004 election.
www.danieldrezner.com /archives/cat_new_republic.html   (5829 words)

 Steve and Me - How accurate a portrayal of journalism is Shattered Glass? By David Plotz
In case you are lucky enough to have forgotten, Steve Glass was the young writer caught in 1998 fabricating stories for the New Republic and other magazines.
The movie has New Republic staffers refer to their own magazine, without irony, as "the in-flight magazine of Air Force One." My screening of Shattered Glass was packed with New Republic writers, who snorted when they heard this.
Ray boosts the self-regard of the New Republic in order to make it, and thus the Glass scandal, seem more important to American life than it is. As a result, Shattered Glass misses the fundamentally ironic, self-mocking culture of the magazine: With a few notable exceptions, Washington journalists are less pompous than Shattered Glass suggests.
www.slate.com /id/2088948   (1161 words)

 Forbes.com: Forbes smokes out fake New Republic story on hackers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
On Friday, May 8, Forbes presented its full findings to Charles Lane, the editor of The New Republic, who at that time was unaware of any questions regarding the story.
The New Republic took these steps only after Forbes Digital Tool informed the magazine that it was going to publish a story that proved "Hack Heaven" was a sham from top to bottom.
News of SARS and militant separatists have masked growth in Asian wireless and Internet sectors.
www.forbes.com /1998/05/11/otw.html   (484 words)

 The Selling of the Iraq War: The First Casualty- Global Policy Forum - UN Security Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Iraq war presented the United States with a new defense paradigm: preemptive war, waged in response to a prediction of a forthcoming attack against the United States or its allies.
Powell's presentation was by far the most impressive the administration would make--according to U.S. News and World Report, he junked much of what the CIA had given him to read, calling it "bullshit"--but it was still based on a hyped and incomplete view of U.S. intelligence on Iraq.
Despite repeated assurances of cooperation, TNR has learned that Baute's office received nothing until the day before Powell's presentation, when the U.S. mission in Vienna provided the IAEA with an oral briefing while Baute was en route to New York, leaving no printed material with the nuclear inspectors.
www.globalpolicy.org /security/issues/iraq/unmovic/2003/0630selling.htm   (6462 words)

 July Surprise? Bush Ramps Up Pressure to Nab Osama bin Laden Before Election
A poll conducted by ABC News and The Washington Post discovered that challenger John Kerry was running even with the president on the critical question of whom voters trust to handle the war on terrorism.
But The New Republic has learned that Pakistani security officials have been told they must produce HVTs by the election.
In large part because of the increased U.S. pressure, Musharraf has, over the last several months, significantly increased military activity in the tribal areas--regions that enjoy considerable autonomy from Islamabad and where, until Musharraf sided with the United States in the war on terrorism, Pakistani soldiers had never set foot in the nation's 50-year history.
www.commondreams.org /headlines04/0708-11.htm   (1282 words)

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