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August 1, 2005 Issue - 16 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
What makes a good teacher?, etc.
- TRB: Mission Creep, p. 6
Only small-time crooks get run out of Washington; the really corrupt ones become instit...
- Revisiting Wilson, p. 7
Karl Rove's defenders want to question whose credibility on Iraq's nuclear program?
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
Guantanamo's former commander gets "creative" with Congress, etc.
- Eyeful in Gaza, pp. 10-11
Israel's pullout from Gaza is the right thing to do, but it won't bring peace
- Bottoms Up, pp. 12-13
John Roberts is a conservative, not an ideologue
- Secret Passion, p. 14
Why a bad nominee is good for liberal activists
- White House Watch: Legal Theory, pp. 15-16
Why didn't Bush pick a hard-right nominee, and what does that say about his political s...
- Minimal Appeal, pp. 17-19
John Roberts is a respected intellectual who eschews fundamental questions of law---lin...
Books & the Arts
[+] Films: Monsters and Music (2 Reviews) , p. 20
War of the Worlds (2005 Film), by Steven Spielberg
- War of the Worlds (2005 Film) by Steven Spielberg
- The Beat That My Heart Skipped (2005 Film) by Jacques Audiard
- Theater: Red and Blue States of Mind, pp. 21-22
Ever since the last election, our country has been waging a political color war. But th...
[+] The Blue River of Truth (Review) , pp. 23-27
Realist Vision, by Peter Brooks
- Realist Vision by Peter Brooks
[+] Particles of Truth (Review) , pp. 28-29
Blackett, by Mary Jo Nye
- Blackett by Mary Jo Nye
- His Muse, pp. 30-33
- Baghdad Diarist, pp. 34-36
Question American II
- Cover Photo