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There are five articles in the January 8, 2007 issue:THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Synergy with the Devil" by James Surowiecki: Venezuela has the most business-friendly socialism ever devised.DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC POLICY
"Open Secrets" by Malcolm Gladwell: Enron and the perils of full disclosure.SHOUTS & MURMURS
"How to Operate the Shower Curtain" by Ian Frazier: Some helpful tips for houseguests. A CRITIC AT LARGE
"Big Pictures" by David Denby: Where are movies heading?THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Under the Volcano" by Anthony Lane: Two visions of dystopia from Mexico, Children of Men and Pan's Labyrinth.
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