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February 7, 2005 Issue - 16 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
The real reason for Germany's intransigence, etc.
- TRB: Life Lesson, p. 6
Amazingly, Hillary Rodham Clinton is right: If Democrats can make the abortion debate a...
- Green Unbacked, p. 7
The White House seems to think its foolish dollar policy will have no consequences. It ...
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
The irony of playing the race card with Condoleeza Rice's confirmation vote, etc.
- Banda Aceh Dispatch: Skimmed, pp. 10-11
The donors and aid workers generously helping tsunami victims in Indonesia face a grave...
- Speak No Evil, pp. 12-13
President Bush's inaugural address was supposed to inspire democratic reformers worldwi...
- On the Hill: Paper Tiger, p. 14
House Republican Bill Thomas's attacks on Social Security privatization have Democrats ...
- Sulaymaniya Dispatch: Party Foul, pp. 15-16
Kurdistan is supposed to be a model for Iraq. It is---just not the kind you think
- The Last Casualty, pp. 17-21
On January 30, Iraq will hold elections touted by the White House as democratic progres...
Books and the Arts
[+] Films: The Great Divide (2 Reviews) , p. 22
Never Coming to a Theater Near You, by Kenneth Turan
- Never Coming to a Theater Near You by Kenneth Turan
- Lost Embrace (2004 Film) by Daniel Burman
[+] Television: Terror and Television (2 Reviews) , pp. 23-24
The Hamburg Cell, by Antonia Bird
- The Hamburg Cell by Antonia Bird
- Dirty War by Daniel Percival
- For the Man Who Taught Tricks to Owls, p. 25
[+] Midnight Oil (Review) , pp. 26-27
V.S. Pritchett: A Working Life, by Jeremy Treglown
- V.S. Pritchett: A Working Life by Jeremy Treglown
[+] Mr. Memory (Review) , pp. 28-33
Breaking Ground, by Daniel Libeskind
- Breaking Ground by Daniel Libeskind
- Washington Diarist, pp. 34-36
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