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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
December 16, 2002 Issue - 15 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Who's dumber, the United States or Britain?, etc.
- TRB: Soft Serve, p. 6
John Kerry's Vietnam problem
- Late Show, p. 7
Kissinger isn't the commission's problem---timing it
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
Why John Edwards may get booted from Judiciary, etc.
- Mexico City Dispatch: Crazy Like Fox, p. 10
Mexico turns on Bush
- Security Check, pp. 11-12
The right way to curb Ashcroft
- Reform Party, p. 13
Could Turkish politics save Islam?
- Drill Sergeant, pp. 14-17
Bush's sleazy love affair with the carpenters' union
- History Student, pp. 18-19
Kissinger could be the right man for the job
- Asia Minor, pp. 20-25
For years, Americans have argued over how to respond to China's economic miracle. But w...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Remembrances (2 Reviews) , p. 26
Russian Ark (2002 Film), by Aleksandr Sokurov
- Russian Ark (2002 Film) by Aleksandr Sokurov
- Ararat (2002 Film) by Atom Egoyan
- America's Other Drug Problem, pp. 27-36
- Near Morning, pp. 37-41
- Cambridge Diarist: A Just Man, pp. 42-44
- On the Cover: Illustration