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Publisher's Summary

There are seven articles in the April 3, 2006 issue:COMMENT
"Deluded" by Steve Coll: The new version of events leading to the U.S. invasion of Iraq.THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"The S.A.T.'s Watchdog" by David Owen: Defending the most famous standardized test.THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Printing Money" by James Surowiecki: Why newspapers aren't such a losing business after all.SHOUTS & MURMURS
"My Billy" by Paul Rudnick: A father embraces his dandelion child. PROFILES
"Citizen Penn" by John Lahr: The many missions of Sean Penn.POP MUSIC
"On Top" by Sasha Frere-Jones: Mariah Carey's record-breaking career.THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Tobacco and Drugs" by David Denby: The new satire, Thank You for Smoking and the high-school who-dunnit, Brick.
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