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December 15, 2003 Issue

  • Books and the Arts

    In Our Orbit

    One of the nation's finest historians, Studs Terkel has told the story of twentieth-century America through the voices of ordinary people.

    The Nation

  • Second Comings

    To the fleet of symbolic vehicles currently cruising the screen--their number includes the "Pussy Wagon" that Uma Thurman (in Kill Bill) coldly claims as her own--we may now add Benicio De

    Stuart Klawans

  • Not Beloved

    Toni Morrison's slim new novel, Love, may seem, at first glance, to fit within a group of books one could crudely call Morrison Lite, not requiring any heavy lifting from the reader like h

    Thulani Davis

  • Sacred Rage

    Since 9/11, terror has become one of the most fashionable issues on both the American and the international agenda, and almost every publisher has rushed to publish a book written by one of the i

    Baruch Kimmerling

  • The Century of the ‘Son of a Bitch’

    Errol Morris: After you left the Johnson Administration, why didn't you speak out against the Vietnam War?

    Eric Alterman

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