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December 15, 2003 Issue

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  • Books & 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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