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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
May 26, 2003 Issue - 18 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Why do college students drink?, etc.
- TRB: Unbalanced, p. 6
Republicans flip-flop on the deficit. Again
- Mission Incomplete, p. 7
If we won't stay in Iraq long enough to build democracy, why did we fight the war?
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
What on earth is happening in Texas?, etc.
- Understudies, p. 10
Are Democrats ignoring the lower courts?
- Uncontainable, pp. 11-13
Why Bush can't stop North Korea from selling nukes
- Few Good Men, pp. 14-15
The United States searches (and searches) for Syrian liberals
- Baghdad Dispatch: Beirut Redux, pp. 16-17
The good news is Iraq has lots of political parties. The bad news is they are armed and...
- Early Exit, p. 18
The Bush administration's competing factions have united around one disastrous idea. Wi...
- Privacy Pleas, pp. 19-21
Why the courts don't protect civil liberties when it matters most. And Congress does
Books & the Arts
[+] Films: Surprises (2 Reviews) , pp. 22-23
The Dancer Upstairs (2002 Film), by John Malkovich
- The Dancer Upstairs (2002 Film) by John Malkovich
- Blue Car (2002 Film) by Karen Moncrieff
- Theater: Time After Time Square, pp. 24-25
A tale of three imports: Life (x) 3, The Play What I Wrote, and Cosi Fan Tutte
[+] Sale of the Century (Review) , pp. 26-30
A Wilderness So Immense, by Jon Kukla
- A Wilderness So Immense by Jon Kukla
[+] The Unmodern Modern (Review) , pp. 31-33
The Preference for the Primitive, by E.H. Gombrich
- The Preference for the Primitive by E.H. Gombrich
- Orpheus, p. 34
[+] Fields of Dreams (Review) , pp. 35-37
W.C. Fields: A Biography, by James Curtis
- W.C. Fields: A Biography by James Curtis
- Baghdad Diarist, pp. 38-40
- Cover Photo Manipulation