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There are five articles in part two of the August 7 and 14, 2006 double issue:THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Unsafe at Any Price" by James Surowiecki: Why runaway defense spending needs to be more closely scrutinized. TALK OF THE TOWN
"13D" by Ben McGrath: One man's eloquent challenge of complacent upper management. A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Atomic Emporium" by Steve Coll: Abdul Qadeer Kahn and Iran's race to build the atomic bomb. THE WAYWARD PRESS
"Amateur Hour" by Nicholas Lehman: The doubtful rise of Internet journalism.POP MUSIC
"Full Bore" by Sasha Frere-Jones: The Japanese noise band The Boredoms plays NYC.
(P) and ©2006 The New Yorker
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