2004-03-08, This Week in The New Yorker

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In the magazine header, image: newyorker.com

Issue of 2004-03-08
Posted 2004-03-01

The Talk of The Town
COMMENT/ RECKLESS DRIVER/ Hendrik Hertzberg on the Ralph Nader candidacy.
GROVES OF ACADEME/ PAST AND PRESENT PASSIONS/ David Remnick gets the religion scholar Elaine Pagelsís take on Mel Gibsonís movie.
FROM RUSSIA/ THE PUTIN TOOTHPICK/ Masha Lipman notices that the Russian Presidentís face is turning up everywhere.
THE BOARDS/ MORE/ Liesl Schillinger on how Yeardley Smith is getting past Lisa Simpson.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ THE GOOD FIGHT/ James Surowiecki on the need for disagreement in the boardroom.

ANNALS OF NATIONAL SECURITY/ Seymour M. Hersh/ The Deal/ Nuclear traders and the hunt for bin Laden.
HUMOR/Studio Script Notes on "The Passion," Dictated To Steve Martin/ [MCN, via DGC. not posted on newyorker.com]
CASUAL/ George Saunders/ My Amendment
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Dan Baum/ The Casualty/ Coming home from Iraq, with wounds.
FICTION/ Hanif Kureishi/ "Long Ago Yesterday"

POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ Let's Go Swimming/ Arthur Russell's gentle revolutions.
BOOKS/ Elizabeth Kolbert/ Mother Courage/ Kids, careers, and culture.
THE ART WORLD/ Peter Schjeldahl/ Out of Time/ Parmigianino and the trouble with being too good.
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ Bittersweet/ "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Bridge and Tunnel."
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Women and the System/ "Goodbye, Lenin!" and "Osama."

A REPORTER AT LARGE/ The Boys in Maroon/ Philip Hamburger spends time in a Staten Island hospital with soldiers who were wounded in the Second World War./ Issue of 1943-09-25
A REPORTER IN BED/ Sgt. William MacConnell/ Station Hospital/ A report by a hospitalized soldier during the first year of Americaís involvement in the Second World War./ Issue of 1942-09-05

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I'm trying to find the article "The Measure of America: How a rebel anthropologist waged war on racism" by Claudia Roth Pierpont in The New Yorker, March 8, 2004 but it doesnt appear here. øquÈ pasÛ?

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