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Publisher's Summary

This issue contains six articles:

COMMENT
"Name Calling" by George Packer: The Bush Administration rebrands the war on terror.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Let's Go: Libel" by Jeffrey Toobin: The British courts offer easy pickings for libel complaints.

ANNALS OF POLITICS
"Minority Retort" by Elsa Walsh: How Harry Reid - a pro-gun, anti-abortion Nevadan - leads the Senate's Democrats.

SHOUTS & MURMURS
"What I'd Say to the Martians" by Jack Handey: A captive Earthling vents.

ANNALS OF COMMUNICATIONS
"The Dawn Patrol" by Ken Auletta: Katie, Matt, Diane and Charlie battle it out in the morning TV wars.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Loners" by David Denby: Reviews of Broken Flowers, starring Bill Murray and Werner Herzog's new documentary, Grizzly Man.

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