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March 5, 2004

Stars and strips
How the number 322 and a call to appear naked link Yale alumni George W. Bush and John Kerry


Dubya's distortions : How the Bush administration is skewing academic research; John Dunn is not persuaded by Emmanuel Todd's After the Empire: The Breakdown of the American Order; Books focus : Mathematics and physics; Lecturer's exam boycott : What is the human cost?

War on intelligence: French intellectuals hit back

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