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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
May 2, 2005 Issue - 15 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Can the United States reform its health care system?, etc.
- TRB: Morning-After Sickness, p. 6
Conservatives have long portrayed liberals as abortion extremists. Their stance on Plan...
- Religious Sanction, p. 7
Bill Frist thinks Democrats who oppose the president's judicial nominees are biasted ag...
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
The food pyramid, sphere, and dodecahedron, etc.
- Rome Dispatch: Benedictus, p. 10
Does Pope Benedict XVI understand what Christianity has gained from modernity?
- Bogota Dispatch: Office Politics, pp. 11-13
Colombia President Alvaro Uribe has cracked down on rebels and won the hearts of voters...
- Home Page, pp. 14-15
The Internet has revolutionized the way consumers buy almost everything---except real e...
- Crisis of Faith, pp. 16-23
For decades, the Republican Party has accomodated conservatives of faith and conservati...
Books and the Arts
[+] Films: Varieties of Love (2 Reviews) , p. 24
Eros (2004 Film), by Michelangelo Antonioni, Steven Soderbergh, and Kar Wai Wong (Segme...
- Eros (2004 Film) by Michelangelo Antonioni, Steven Soderbergh, and Kar Wai Wong (Segment "The Hand"), ...
- Winter Solstice (2004 Film) by Josh Sternfeld
- Television: The Rapture, pp. 25-26
In its coverage of Ashley Smith, Terri Schiavo, and the death of Pope John Paul II, Ame...
- The Bookless Future, pp. 27-30
What the Internet is doing to scholarship
- Nighttime Begins with a Line by Pablo Neruda, pp. 31-32
[+] The Gene Wars (Review) , pp. 33-37
The Man Who Invented the Chromosome, by Oren Solomon Harman
- The Man Who Invented the Chromosome by Oren Solomon Harman
- Shenandoah diarist, pp. 38-40
- Cover Illustration