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A Woman's Work?
By MARGARET TALBOT
We cling to the image of women as peacemakers — even if it no longer really fits.

Occupation Preoccupation
Questions for John W. Dower, the author of "Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II."

On Language
By WILLIAM SAFIRE
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DIAGNOSIS
Glowing Rash, High Fever, Kidney Failure
By LISA SANDERS, M.D.
Every once in a while, a piece of information comes along that makes the puzzle fall into place.

The Ethicist
By RANDY COHEN
Forum: You're the Ethicist

THE WAR AT HOME
The Unknown Soldier
By ANTHONY SWOFFORD
More embeds among the troops doesn't mean we'll get any closer to the grunts in war.

WHAT THEY WERE THINKING

Aboard the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln in the Persian Gulf, March 14, 2003
Photograph by Vincent Laforet
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Warrior Women, by Dan Winters.
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Focus, by Robert Maxwell.
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Dream House, by Gregory Crewdson.
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In Country, by William Eggleston.
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40th Reunion, by Brigitte Lacombe.
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AUDIO
'My Nightmare,' read by Nora Ephron
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From Design 2002: Home Improvements
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The Strokes in images and sound.
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IMAGES
Freedom Row, by Taryn Simon.
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VIDEO
Clips from "Decasia," a film profiled in the magazine.
Video | Article

Dr. Sandra Scott narrates a night at one of New York City's busiest trauma centers.
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By MICHAEL LEWIS
To put his Oakland A's on top, Billy Beane did what good investors do: he exploited inefficiencies in the market, and rewrote the rules of baseball in the process. Go to Article
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By GARRY WILLS
Throughout America's history, there has been one ally presidents have invoked above all others. Go to Article
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War after war of bombings, viewed from the ground. Memoirs from Brian Urquhart (Britain), Ward Just (Vietnam), Flora Brovina (Kosovo) and others. Go to Article


By SUSAN DOMINUS
At the heart of the fierce debate over what to do with Iraqi war criminals, there lie questions about our most basic notions of justice, jurisdiction and vengeance. Go to Article

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An Eye for the Ladies
By LISA EISNER and ROMÁN ALONSO
Those who call him a misogynist don't know R. Crumb.
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FOOD
Redbaiting
By JONATHAN REYNOLDS
Paris's little red book is nearly as dictatorial as Mao's was.

LIVES
Human Shield, Running Home
By GODFREY MEYNELL as told to CRAIG TAYLOR
I went all the way to Baghdad, hoping to help, but in the end I was too scared to stay.
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