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    • November 17, 2003 Issue - 16 Articles
      Politics & the World
    • Correspondence, pp. 4-5
      Jeffrey Sachs v. Alan Tonelson on farm subsidies, etc.
    • TRB: The Menace, p. 6
      Is Dennis Kucinich becoming the Democrats' spokesman on Iraq?
    • Crunch Time, p. 7
      Iraq needs more American troops. Now
    • Notebook, pp. 8-9
      The United States coddles Liberia's Charles Taylo, again, etc.
    • Fast One, pp. 10-11
      Last quarter's economic growth was impressive. But it doesn't prove the Bush tax cut wa...
    • Drugged, p. 12
      Critics of reimporting Canadian drugs say they're dangerous. Supporters say they'll sav...
    • Moscow Dispatch: Robber Baron, pp. 13-15
      Why Mikhail Khodorkovsky is no John D. Rockefeller
    • Najaf Dispatch: Golden Calf, pp. 16-17
      What does anti-American cleric Moktada Al Sadr really want? Money
    • Cover Story
    • Organization Man, pp. 18-25
      For more than a century, political campaigns were run pretty much the same way. Then Jo...
    • Books & the Arts
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      Films: Up to Date (Review) , p. 26
      Elephant (2003 Film), by Gus Van Sant
      1. Elephant (2003 Film) by Gus Van Sant
    • Theater: Shotover's Apocalypse, pp. 27-29
      September 11 shadows a dinner party in Omnium Gatherum; Anna in the Tropics is sweet an...
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      Eruptions (Review) , pp. 30-36
      Survivors in Mexico, by Rebecca West and Bernard Schweizer
      1. Survivors in Mexico by Rebecca West and Bernard Schweizer
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      Lady Novelists (Review) , pp. 37-39
      A Whistling Woman, by A.S. Byatt
      1. A Whistling Woman by A.S. Byatt
    • Where Are You, pp. 40-41
    • Washington Diarist, pp. 42-44
    • Cover Photo