Hossain, Tanjim; Levy, Gordon; Keaton, Ken; Koch, Jane; Sheehan, Ryan; Mullon, Frances F.; Torisky Jr., Eugene V.; O'Brien, Patrick; Boggs, J. Connor; Railton, Iain; Arcieri, Daniel T.; Benoit, Nixon; Mehandru, Shagun; Rasmussen, Thomas; Obley, Adam; Deborah L.; Williams; Johnson, Brad; Weiskopf, Doug
November 2004
Time;11/8/2004, Vol. 164 Issue 19, p9
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. "Crunch Time" which looked at the final days of the presidential campaign; "The Case for Fearmongering," which looked at the evocation of fear in the political campaign; "What Saddam was Really Thinking," which included disclosures from Charles Duelfer's CIA report on alleged weapons in Iraq; Thoughts on the Sudan's Darfur humanitarian crisis; "Vanishing Alaska," which spoke to the rising ocean in Alaskan coastal villages; "No Pain? No Gain for Either Candidate," which attacked the tax policies of both George W. Bush and John Kerry.


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