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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
May 13, 2002 Issue - 16 Articles
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Is MoMA still worth the visit?, etc.
- TRB: Quiet Time, p. 6
Why hasn't the United States produced a Le Pen?
- Minimum Security, p. 7
America's dangerous disinterest in Afghanistan
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
The Dan Quayle rehabilitation campaign hits a snag, etc.
- White House Watch: Double Time, pp. 10-11
W.'s two domestic agendas
- Red Handed, pp. 12-13
The deficit grows worse, and so does Bush
- Tallahassee Dispatch: Zoned Out, pp. 14-15
Campus speech gets harder
- Heavy Duty, pp. 16-18
A few years ago tobacco execs warned that if the government went after cigarettes, Big ...
- Horse Trade, pp. 19-23
Slot machines may be the only thing that can save Kentucky horseracing. But will they d...
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Naipaul, Stoppard---and Winslet (2 Reviews) , p. 24
The Mystic Masseur (2002 Film), by Ismail Merchant
- The Mystic Masseur (2002 Film) by Ismail Merchant
- Enigma (2001 Film) by Michael Apted
- On Theater: A Homeboy Godot, p. 25
Topdog/Underdog rewrites Beckett; Fortune's Fool recycles Turgenev
- On Art: Tapestried Realms, pp. 26-29
The Metropolitan's glorious tapestry exhibit offers a rare glimpse of an art form at it...
- Strange Things, pp. 30-31
[+] The Age of Inflation (5 Reviews) , pp. 32-41
Dot.Con, by John Cassidy
- Dot.Con by John Cassidy
- Beyond the Dot.Coms by Robert E. Litan and Alice M. Rivlin
- The Fabulous Decade by Alan S. Blinder and Janet L. Yellen
- The Fed by Martin Mayer
- The Coming Internet Depression by Michael J. Mandel
- Tokyo Diarist: Rag Time, pp. 42-44
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