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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
September 13, 2004 Issue - 18 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Does the Senate have a Republican bias?
- TRB: Great Divide, p. 6
Behind the apparent unity, the Republican Party is once again splitting over foreign po...
- Island Mentality, p. 7
The disastrous trials in Guantanamo Bay
- Convention Notebook, pp. 8-9
The GOP floor fight that wasn't, etc.
- Press the Flesh, p. 10
Chuck Hagel's potemkin presidential campaign
- Sign Language, pp. 11-13
Why Al Jazeera loves the GOP
- The Gumblers, pp. 14-16
Why conservative intellectuals can't stand President Bush
- Black Hat Trick, pp. 17-19
The Bush campaign's secret obsession with Orthodox Jews
- Tanked, pp. 20-21
Does the Cato Institute want Kerry to win?
- Up and Away, p. 22
Is "opportunity society" just one more meaningless Bush slogan? Unfortunately, not
- Officer Politics, pp. 23-25
This campaign, there's a hot new interest group: generals
Books & the Arts
[+] Films: Marriages and Murders (2 Reviews) , p. 26
We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004 Film), by John J. Curran
- We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004 Film) by John J. Curran
- Collateral (2004 Film) by Michael Mann
- The Door Stands Open, pp. 27-28
A farewell to Czeslaw Milosz, poet and political hero, one of the essential figures of ...
- A Confession, pp. 29-30
- The Death of Hippocrates, pp. 31-38
When medicine turns evil
[+] I Beg Your Pardon (Review) , pp. 39-41
The Lemon Table, by Julian Barnes
- The Lemon Table by Julian Barnes
- Cambridge Diarist, pp. 42-44
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