Joshua Green

Joshua Green is a national correspondent at Bloomberg Businessweek, a CNN political analyst, and the author of Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Nationalist Uprising. He was an editor at the Washington Monthly from 2001 to 2003.


The Myth of Cyberterrorism

Again and again since September 11, President Bush, Vice President Cheney, and senior administration officials have alerted the public not only to the dangers of chem ical, biological, and nuclear weapons but also to the further menace of cyberterrorism. “Terrorists can sit at one computer connected to one network and can create worldwide havoc,” warned… Read more »

Wheel Estate

The earliest mobiles appeared in the 1920s and were often homemade travel trailers consisting of little more than canvas and wood. Arthur G. Sherman, the president of a Detroit pharmaceutical company, is generally credited with being the first to mass produce them. Sherman’s six-by-nine -foot rolling wooden box (with coal-burning stove) appealed mightily to the… Read more »

God’s Foreign Policy

Shortly after the September 11 terrorist attack, Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson, two longtime figureheads of the evangelical movement, appeared together on the Christian Broadcasting Network to suggest the attack might have been caused by God’s anger at American liberalism and secularism. “I really believe,” Falwell said, with Robertson’s concurrence, “that the pagans, and the… Read more »