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"Girls Will be Girls", by Margaret Talbot: Different takes on the sexual revolution.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Crystal Ball", by Lizzie Widdicombe: Peri Lyons looks into the Romney’s campaign’s future.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Club Med", by James Surowiecki: The rise of medical tourism.
"Unsinkable", by Daniel Mendelsohn: The Titanic as myth.
LETTER FROM POREC
"The British Invasion", by Lauren Collins: A Croatian resort prepares for partyers.
"The Disconnect", by Nathan Heller: How to be alone.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Learning on the Job", by David Denby: Reviews of Footnote and Monsieur Lazhar.
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