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    • February 21, 2005 Issue - 14 Articles
      Politics & the World
    • Correspondence, pp. 4-5
      Did the Catholic Church kidnap Jewish children?, etc.
    • TRB: A Little Trim, p. 6
      Not all Republicans are corporate shills who grab from the poor at every turn. Then the...
    • Empty Trough, p. 7
      The president's new plan to cap agricultural subsidies makes great sense. Too bad Bush ...
    • Notebook, pp. 8-9
      Bush's unlikely dinner guest, etc.
    • Amsterdam Dispatch: Going to Pot, p. 10
      Holland thought it was a model for Muslim integration into Europe. Unfortunately, it mi...
    • Paradise Lost, pp. 11-13
      How one of the more peaceful, successful democracies in Asia disintegrated
    • Cover Story
    • Off Target, pp. 14-16
      The U.N. Oil-for-Food scandal is not really a scandal. It worked exactly as expected. A...
    • Blame Game, pp. 17-19
      The U.N. Oil-for-Food Scandal is the biggest scam in the history of humanitarian aid. A...
    • Books and the Arts
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      Films: Last Acts (Review) , p. 20
      Downfall (2004 Film), by Oliver Hirschbiegel
      1. Downfall (2004 Film) by Oliver Hirschbiegel
    • Dance: Swan Lake and Stalin, pp. 21-24
      Ever since the Russian Revolution, the Kirov Ballet has been torn between imperial clas...
    • Drinking in the Daytime, pp. 25-27
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      Keeping Her Head (Review) , pp. 28-30
      Lucrezia Borgia, by Sarah Bradford
      1. Lucrezia Borgia by Sarah Bradford
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      Group Therapy (Review) , pp. 31-33
      Jews and the American Soul, by Andrew R. Heinze
      1. Jews and the American Soul by Andrew R. Heinze
    • Austin Diarist, pp. 34-36
      Organic Chemistry