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There are seven articles in the February 5, 2007 issue:COMMENT
"Webbcast" by Hendrik Hertzberg: What the real state of the union is.THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Over There" by James Surowiecki: Why Wall Street doomsayers are wrong.ANNALS OF LAW
"Google's Moon Shot" by Jeffrey Toobin: Copyright and the quest to create a universal library. SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Please Read Before Suing" by Larry Doyle: Don't worry, just keep taking these pills.LETTER FROM WYOMING
"Boomtown Blues" by Alexandra Fuller: Money brings trouble to cow country.FICTION
"Good People" by David Foster Wallace: A religious young man questions his heart.ON TELEVION
"Hostile Acts" by Tad Friend: The Sarah Silverman Program puts the mean back in funny.
(P) and ©2007 The New Yorker
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