2004-09-13, This Week in The New Yorker

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Issue of 2004-09-13
Posted 2004-09-06
COMMENT/ IN MODERATION/ Hendrik Hertzberg compares the face of the Republican Party to its platform.
DEPT. OF DISCOURSE/ CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE/ Ben McGrath roams the Republican Convention.
GIVERS/ MONEY HONEYS/ Lillian Ross rubs elbows with the rhinestone Republicans.
ON THE AIR/ YOUNG AMERICANS/ Dana Goodyear on a group of preteen pundits.
CAMPAIGN JOURNAL/ Philip Gourevitch/ Bushspeak/ How the President works the crowds.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Paul Rudnick/ Running Mates
PROFILES/ David Remnick/ The Wilderness Campaign/ Al Gore, four years later.
FICTION/ Marilynne Robinson/ “Kansas”
BOOKS/ Thomas Mallon/ Golden Boy/ The life and letters of Truman Capote.
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Adam Gopnik/ Will Power/ Why Shakespeare remains the necessary poet.
THE SKY LINE/ Paul Goldberger/ Homes of the Stars/ A high-profile suburb for the Hamptons.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Journeys
Vincent Gallo’s new movie, and an F. W. Murnau retrospective.
OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS/ Truman Capote/ A Ride Through Spain/ Capote’s first piece for the magazine/ Issue of 1950-09-02

ONLINE ONLY/ An interview with Paul Goldberger.
ONLINE ONLY: Q & A/ A Writer’s Time/ Marilynne Robinson discusses her first piece of fiction in two decades.