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The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
July 25, 2005 Issue - 17 Articles
Politics & the World
- Correspondence, pp. 4-5
Martin Peretz vs. Michael Isikoff, etc.
- TRB: Going to the Matt, p. 6
If the press is so liberal, why does it insist on protecting Karl Rove?
- The Fever, p. 7
Bush's Supreme Court pick will speak volumes about the state of American conservatism--...
- Notebook, pp. 8-9
Brit Hume sees terror, smells money, etc.
- Store Lobby, pp. 10-11
Wal-Mart is not longer just a national chain. It has become a national issue---and it c...
- London Dispatch: Sides of the Isle, pp. 12-13
After the July 7 terrorist attacks, Great Britain isn't coming together; it's coming apart
- Word Blossom, pp. 14-17
Karl Rove's lawyer masters the art of foot-in-mouth
Cover Story: There's More at Stake
- Social Selection, pp. 18-19
Support for Roe v. Wade does not a moderate justice make
- Police Powers, pp. 20-21
Forget abortion and the Ten Commandments; the Supreme Court's real power is over law en...
- Miranda Rights, pp. 22-23
How the once-disgraced conservative judicial activist Manuel Miranda is getting back on...
Books & the Arts
[+] Films: Early Sex (2 Reviews) , p. 24
Lila Says (2005 Film), by Ziad Doueiri
- Lila Says (2005 Film) by Ziad Doueiri
- My Summer of Love (2005 Film) by Pawel Pawlikowski
- Music: Jumble Jumble, pp. 25-26
The White Stripes fetishize the analog past, but their music is more suitable to the ag...
[+] Super Freak (Review) , pp. 27-29
Freakonomics, by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
- Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
- Ossification, pp. 30-31
[+] The Sorrow Reflex (2 Reviews) , pp. 32-37
Campo Santo, by W.G. Sebald
- Campo Santo by W.G. Sebald
- Unrecounted by W.G. Sebald and Jan Peter Tripp
- London Diarist, pp. 38-40
Terror, Take Two
- Cover Photo