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Publisher's Summary

There are six articles in the December 18, 2006 issue:COMMENT
"Studies Say" by Hendrik Hertzberg: The devastating indictment known as the Iraq Study Group report. TALK OF THE TOWN
"Joyride" by Mark Singer: A German national who was falsely imprisoned as an Al Qaeda operative takes a ride with the top down. A REPORTER AT LARGE
"Knowing the Enemy" by George Packer: The anthropology of insurgency. ANNALS OF PUBLISHING
"The Good Book Business" by Daniel Radosh: The boom in Bible publishing. BOOKS
"First Bite" by Anthony Lane: What's eating Hannibal Lecter?THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Fighting Men" by Anthony Lane: Stephen Soderberg's The Good German and Mel Gibson's Apocalypto.
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