Bruce Gottlieb

Bruce Gottlieb is a former Slate staff writer and chief counsel at the Federal Communications Commission; he is currently general counsel at the Atlantic Media Company.

Future Tense
Feb. 1 2011 10:23 AMThe Myth of Government NeutralityThe subtle, obscure, and legalistic ways the government regulates the Internet.
Politics
Jan. 15 2002 1:59 PMLearning To Love TribunalsThe only thing worse than military justice is civilian justice.
Articles
Sept. 1 2000 8:30 PMWhy Is Joe Lieberman Dissing My Mother?If you take all his God talk seriously, it's insulting. Also wrong and a bit un-American. 
Articles
July 26 2000 3:00 AMDoes Group-Shopping Work?The economics of Mercata and Mobshop. 
The Shopping Club
March 1 2000 4:12 AM
Crapshoot
Sept. 1 1999 3:30 AM Cooking the School BooksHow U.S. News cheats in picking its "best American colleges."
Articles
April 25 1999 3:30 AM Stop Making SenseLessons from the New York Times on turning innuendo and incomprehensibility into a Pulitzer Prize.
International Papers
April 4 1999 3:30 AMBelgrade Gets the Baghdad Treatment
Articles
March 19 1999 3:30 AM The Agony of VictoryOnline auctions and the winner's curse.
Hey, Wait A Minute
Sept. 19 1998 3:30 AMA Snowball's ChanceClinton's polls and the stock market share a mathematical conundrum.
Pundit Central
June 8 1999 3:19 AM
Pundit Central
July 15 1998 3:30 AMClownin' With the CommentariatClownin' With the Commentariat
Pundit Central
July 1 1998 3:30 AMTripp to ChinaTripp to China
Pundit Central
June 17 1998 3:30 AMPress on PressPress on Press
Pundit Central
June 10 1998 3:30 AMMidterms and the Single GirlMidterms and the Single Girl
Recycled
Feb. 11 2008 1:34 PMWhy Steal Famous Paintings?How could you possibly sell them?
Explainer
April 16 2001 2:20 PMWho "Certifies" a Recession?
Shopping
Aug. 17 2000 3:00 AMBots Till You DropComparison-shopping search engines are good for consumers, bad for monopolists. 
Articles
July 7 2000 3:00 AMeBay or the HighwayIts size is its selling point—and its curse. 
Hey, Wait A Minute
Dec. 10 1999 3:30 AMHappy Opposites DayHere's the deal: I pretend that affirmative action is dead. You pretend you've got something better.
Hey, Wait A Minute
May 27 1999 3:30 AM The Merchant of MenaceRacial stereotypes in a galaxy far, far away?
Hey, Wait A Minute
April 17 1999 3:30 AM Fortune and Men's EyeballsApplying a bit of math to the great Internet giveaway.
Crapshoot
March 20 1999 3:30 AMA 36,000 Dow?
International Papers
Feb. 26 1999 3:30 AMPissed Off About Off Piste
Explainer
Sept. 9 1998 7:51 PMThat's Monica S. to You
Pundit Central
July 22 1998 3:30 AMThe Not So Secret ServiceThe Not So Secret Service
Pundit Central
July 8 1998 3:30 AMThe Marathon's MiddleThe Marathon's Middle
Pundit Central
June 24 1998 3:30 AMBeijing or BustBeijing or Bust
Explainer
May 4 1999 4:33 AM
Pundit Central
June 3 1998 3:30 AMA Courting We Will GoA Courting We Will Go

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  Slate Plus
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  Arts
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