Newsletter 118


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Writing Worth Reading

[2]The Useful Idiocy Of Christine O'Donnell
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Frank Rich | NYT | 2 October 2010
  For liberals she's been comic gold but last laugh may not be theirs. The Tea
  Party everywoman following a Palinesque script could be just what's needed
  to camouflage a billionaires' coup as a populist surge

[3]Rooting For Michael Vick
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Bill Simmons | ESPN | 1 October 2010
  On the redemption of NFL quarterback jailed for involvement in illegal
  dog-fighting ring. He torched his career, went bankrupt, became a public
  pariah. Now he's the most valuable player in the league

[4]The Roof Beneath Our Feet
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Jay Baron Nicorvo | Guernica | 1 October 2010
  Super story, beautifully told. Narrator remembers the burning Florida summer
  when he and his young brothers were instructed by their mother to re-roof
  ramshackle family home

[5]War In Iraq: The Decision
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      5. http://b.rw/bT2J86

John Prados et al | National Security Archive | 1 October 2010
  Monumental analysis of US actions leading up to Iraq invasion. Bush kept war
  plans secret, even from Brits, to avoid debate on alternatives. NB, this
  "NSA" is an academic project, not a government agency

[6]As The World Burns
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Ryan Lizza | New Yorker | 3 October 2010
  Inside story of collapse of Democrats' climate-change bill, led by John
  Kerry. Intricate study of Senate workings. Political process, and prickly
  relations between Senators, overwhelmed legislation itself

Topic: North Korea

Essays and interviews on the succession to Kim Jong Il, the economy, health
  care, tourism and...[7]Continue reading...
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[8]Today on FiveBooks: Cosy Mysteries
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