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The New Yorker (June 19, 2006)

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There are five articles in the June 19, 2006 issue:

COMMENT
"Distraction" by Hendrik Hertzberg: Political pageantry and the gay marriage debate.

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"Watching the Waterfront" by William Finnegan: Mobsters, terrorists, and the docks of New York Harbor.

SHOUTS & MURMURS
"I'm Afraid I Have Some Bad News" by Larry Doyle: An unsound medical opinion for you.

A NEUROLOGIST'S NOTEBOOK
"Stereo Sue" by Oliver Sacks: Why two eyes are better than one.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Engine Trouble" by Anthony Lane: Pixar's Cars and the Brazilian Lower City.

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