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The New Yorker (Sept. 26, 2005) Periodical

The New Yorker (Sept. 26, 2005)

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Publisher's Summary

This issue contains seven articles:

"Insurrection" by Nicholas Lemann: Hurricane Katrina and the history of federal intervention in the South.

"Pump Pressure" by James Surowiecki: Why the gas tax won't budge.

"Gone With the Surge" by Peter J. Boyer: An always-anomalous section of the South prepares to reinvent itself.

"Intelligent Design" by Paul Rudnick: What really happened during those first seven days.

"The Kingdom" by Michael Specter: Life in the court of the renowned fashion designer Valentino.

"Mammy for the Masses" by Hilton Als: Hattie McDaniel worked as a maid and played one in the movies.

"Seeing Stars" by Nancy Franklin: Nature and the supernatural on TV.

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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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