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Front Lines: Memorable Reporting From The New Yorker | [Ken Auletta, Seymour M. Hersh, David Remnick, Jane Mayer]

Front Lines: Memorable Reporting From The New Yorker

From the corridors of power in Washington to the prison cells of Guantanamo to the disease-ravaged communities of Africa, The New Yorker takes you directly to the scene of today's biggest stories. Along the way, you'll hear great reporting by such best-selling writers as Malcolm Gladwell, David Remnick, Ken Auletta, and Seymour Hersh.
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Publisher's Summary

From the corridors of power in Washington to the prison cells of Guantanamo to the disease-ravaged communities of Africa, The New Yorker takes you directly to the scene of today's biggest stories.

In all, there are nine stories in this special collection:
ANNALS OF COMMUNICATIONS
"The Dawn Patrol" by Ken Auletta: Katie, Matt, Diane and Charlie battle it out in the morning TV wars. (Originally published Aug. 8 & 15, 2005)

ANNALS OF NATIONAL SECURITY
"Get Out the Vote" by Seymour M. Hersh: Did Washington try to manipulate Iraq's election in January 2005? (Originally published July 25, 2005)

LETTER FROM LOUISIANA
"High Water" by David Remnick: Two hurricanes - 40 years apart - bring different politics and similar conspiracy theories. (Originally published Oct. 3, 2005)

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Experiment" by Jane Mayer: Is the military devising new methods of interrogation at Guantanamo? (Originally published July 11 & 18, 2005)

ANNALS OF CRIME
"A Theft in the Library" by William Finnegan: Did a leading dealer in antique maps steal them? (Originally published Oct. 17, 2005)

LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
"Real Insiders" by Jeffrey Goldberg: Did a pro-Israel lobbyist engage in espionage? Or was he just doing his job? (Originally published July 4, 2005)

DEPT. OF PUBLIC POLICY
"The Moral-Hazard Myth" by Malcolm Gladwell. The bad idea behind America's failed health-care system. (Originally published Aug. 29, 2005)

ANNALS OF EDUCATION
"God and Country" by Hanna Rosin: A visit to Patrick Henry College, where young evangelical Christians are trained for careers in politics. (Originally published June 27, 2005)

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"What Money Can Buy" by Michael Specter: Millions of Africans die needlessly of malaria and other diseases each year. Can Bill Gates change that? (Originally published Oct. 24, 2005)

The articles in this collection were selected by AudibleĀ® in cooperation with the editorial staff of The New Yorker. Narration by William Dufris and Todd Mundt.

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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