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The New Yorker (August 1, 2005) | [Hendrik Hertzberg, Jeffrey Toobin, Adam Green, Lauren Collins, David Sedaris, Jonathan Rosen, Nancy Franklin]

The New Yorker (August 1, 2005)

"Roe v. Rove" by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Sex and the Supremes" by Jeffrey Toobin; "The Britney Option" by Adam Green; "One-Man Show" by Lauren Collins; "It's Catching" by David Sedaris; "Writer, Interrupted" by Jonathan Rosen; and "The Yanks Are Coming" by Nancy Franklin.
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Publisher's Summary

There are seven articles in this issue:

COMMENT
"Roe v. Rove" by Hendrik Hertzberg: The nomination of Judge John G. Roberts to the Supreme Court.

ANNALS OF LAW
"Sex and the Supremes" by Jeffrey Toobin: Why the Supreme Court's next big battle may be about gay rights.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN

  • "The Britney Option" by Adam Green: Text messaging and the art of political activism.
  • "One-Man Show" by Lauren Collins: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's multi-tasking actor.

    REFLECTIONS
    "It's Catching" by David Sedaris: Worms, germs, and Christmas.

    BOOKS
    "Writer, Interrupted" by Jonathan Rosen: The resurrection of a troubled writer, the late Henry Roth.

    ON TELEVISION
    "The Yanks Are Coming" by Nancy Franklin: Steven Bochco's new series, Over There, puts viewers on the battlefields of Iraq.

    Want to listen to previous editions of The New Yorker? You can find past issues by clicking on archives under periodicals.

    Also, listen to audio from The New Yorker Festival readings and panel discussions, recorded live in New York City.

    (P) and ©2005 The New Yorker

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