Joshua Micah Marshall, contributing writer


Joshua Micah Marshall, a contributing writer for The Washington Monthly, writes the online Talking Points Memo. A former Washington editor of The American Prospect, his articles on politics and culture have also appeared in The Boston Globe, The Columbia Journalism Review, The New Republic, The New York Post, The New York Times, Salon, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Slate. He is a graduate of Princeton University and is currently finishing his doctoral dissertation in Colonial American history at Brown University.

Washington Monthly articles by Joshua Micah Marshall:
  • May 2003: The Orwell Temptation
    Are intellectuals overthinking the Middle East?

  • April 2003: Practice to Deceive
    Chaos in the Middle East is not the Bush hawks' nightmare scenario--it's their plan.

  • January/February 2003: Vice Grip
    Dick Cheney is a man of principles. Disastrous principles.

  • November 2002: The Reluctant Hawk
    The skeptical case for regime change in Iraq.

  • September 2002: Confidence Men
    Why the myth of Republican confidence persists, despite all the evidence to the contrary.

  • June 2002: Bomb Saddam?
    How the obsession of a few neocon hawks became the central goal of U.S. foreign policy.


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