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In this issue:

COMMENT
"Who Are the Rebels?", by Jon Lee Anderson: A report from Libya's front lines.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Good Morning, Baghdad", by Lillian Ross: Robin Williams brings the Iraq war to Broadway.

ONLINE CHRONICLES
"Net Impact", by Julia Ioffe: A crusade against Russian corruption.

LETTER FROM TUNIS
"The Casbah Coalition", by Steve Coll: Tunisia's second revolution.

BOOKS
"Get Smart", by Adam Gopnik: How smart are computers really?

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Time Bomb", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of In a Better World and Super.

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