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By Howard Gleckman and Richard S. Dunham

Baffled by the goings on inside the Beltway? Looking to get past the screaming heads and conventional wisdom? Take a look at Washington Watch every Monday on BW Online Daily Briefing. Business Week Senior Correspondent Howard Gleckman and Business Week White House Correspondent Richard S. Dunham take turns bringing their experience and unique perspectives to the weekly Watch.

Gleckman is a 25-year veteran of the Washington wars. He has worked in Presidential campaigns and on Capitol Hill, and for two decades has covered Washington for Business Week and other publications. When's he's on Watch, look for insights into economics as well as politics.

Dunham has analyzed Presidential politics since 1976, for the past 15 years from Washington. Now White House correspondent for Business Week, he has also covered Congress and the Supreme Court. His columns look beyond the headlines to give a fresh and unpredictable perspective on the ongoings at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

 
 
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December


Dec. 27   George W. Hits the Ground Backpedaling

Dec. 18   Bipartisanship: A Key Word, with Lots of Meanings

Dec. 11   In This Power Struggle, Bush Has More Weapons

Dec. 4   Election 2000's Would Haves, Could Haves, Should Haves

 
 
November


Nov. 27   A Dead-Wrong Death Law

Nov. 20   A Post-Election Agenda for Healing

Nov. 13   Who's Smelling Like a Rose, and Who Got Stung

   The Ten Commandments of Political Punditry

Nov. 6   A Tale of Two Elections

 
October


Oct. 30   Which Candidate's Plan Would Fix Social Security?

Oct. 9   The Tax Cut That Could Do In George W.

 
September

Sept. 25 [ONLINE]   Count on the Media to Keep Campaign 2000 Exciting

 
Sept. 18  The Case against Louis Freeh
 
Sept. 11  Where Bush Is Beating Gore: As the Butt of Late-Night Zingers
 
Sept. 5  The Clinton Boom Is Bad News for Bush
 
August

 
Aug. 28  Who Are This Year's Soccer Moms?
 
Aug. 21  Special Interests Shouldn't Be So Special to Gore
 
Aug. 14  How Gore Can Turn This Race Around
 
Aug. 7  Will Policy -- or Personality -- Win in November?
 
July

 
July 31  George W.'s Convention To-Do List
 
July 17  Why Bush's Best Bet for Veep Won't Be on the Ticket
 
July 10  So Far This Election Year, Health-Care Reform Is All Talk
 
July 5  Al Gore's Game Plan for His Demographic Deficit
 
June

 
June 26  Why Do So Many Hate a Tax That Hits so Few?
 
June 19  A Fortunate Twist of Fate for the Gore Campaign
 
June 5  Mapping Campaign 2000's Electoral Geography
 
May

 
May 30  The Telephone Tax That Just Won't Die
 
May 22  Why Gore vs. Bush Will Be Down and Dirty
 
May 15  The Wacky Rush to Extend the Net-Tax Moratorium
 
May 8  Singing with the Sopranos on Capitol Hill
 
April

 
Apr. 24  For Election 2000, Gun Control Is One Dangerous Issue
 
Apr. 17  Serious Tax Reform? You Gotta Be Kidding
 
Apr. 10  Pandering Pols: How Low Will They Go?
 
Apr. 10  Free Elian -- from Politicians and the Media
 
Apr. 3  Social Security Will Live Longer -- but It Sure Isn't Healthy
 
March

 
Mar. 27  Poll Positions: Making Sense of the Election Surveys
 
Mar. 20  The Net Tax Commission Is Coming Up Empty
 
Mar. 13  Let the Veep-Stakes Begin
 
Mar. 6  Governors Better Move -- Or the No-Tax Net Will Be Unstoppable
 
February

 
Feb. 28  Bush and McCain Should Stick to the Stump, not the Pulpit
 
Feb. 14  Why McCain Is the Reform Party's Last Best Hope
 
Feb. 7  Why Tax-Reform Talk Is in the Air Again
 
January

 
Jan. 24  The Uneven Impact of the Bush and McCain Tax Cuts
 
Jan. 18  The Debate Scorecard: Bush Up, Gore Down
 
Jan. 10  Commentary: Putting the Budget-Surplus Question to the Candidates
 
Jan. 4  Commentary: What to Watch for on the Road to Election Day
 
Jan. 3  Commentary: The Top 10 Political Losers and Winners of 1999
 
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