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The New Yorker (July 4, 2005) | [David Remnick, Alec Wilkinson, Jeffrey Goldberg, Bruce McCall, Cristina Henriquez, Nancy Franklin, John Lahr]

The New Yorker (July 4, 2005)

"Political Porn" by David Remnick; "The Enron Example" by Alec Wilkinson; "Real Insiders" by Jeffrey Goldberg; "Camp Correspondence" by Bruce McCall; "Ashes" by Cristina Henriquez; "When in Rome" by Nancy Franklin; and "On Your Toes" by John Lahr.
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Publisher's Summary

This issue contains seven selections:

COMMENT
"Political Porn" by David Remnick: What's scandalous about the new book on Sen. Hillary Clinton.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"The Enron Example" by Alec Wilkinson: A law firm's summer associates debate the ethics of corporate malfeasance.

LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
"Real Insiders" by Jeffrey Goldberg: Did a pro-Israel lobbyist engage in espionage? Or was he just doing his job?

SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Camp Correspondence" by Bruce McCall: A hostile takeover by the lake.

FICTION
"Ashes" by Cristina Henriquez: A woman in Panama reexamines her life after her mother's sudden death.

ON TELEVISION
"When in Rome" by Nancy Franklin: A review of the ABC mini-series Empire, and some thoughts about the "Runaway Bride."

THE THEATRE
"On Your Toes" by John Lahr: The movie Billy Elliott becomes a London musical.

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