The Week Of April 7, 1997

An Overtaxed IRS
Its klutzy computer system costs the federal government $150 billion a year in uncollected taxes and makes the agency an easy mark for cheats
By Richard Stengel

TIME magazine

Newt In The Crosshairs
G.O.P. snipers have taken aim at the speaker, but no one has figured out how to govern with a big agenda and a tiny majority
By Nancy Gibbs

The Presidency: Bush's Final Salute
The ex-President closes the book on a terrifying World War II experience
By Hugh Sidey

Reich's Kiss-And-Shrug
By Ann Blackman