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There are six articles in the second part of the July 10 & 17, 2006 issue:THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Too Much Information" by James Surowiecki: What's wrong with Ben Bernanke's openness? TALK OF THE TOWN

"Ready, Set, Rample" by Judith Thurman: Charlotte Rampling on her new film.

"Barefootin'" by Lauren Collins: Mike Wallace takes off his shoes. OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS
"Where Hip-Hop Lives" by Ben McGrath: The latest on turf wars at Hot 97 FM. BOOKS

"Fighting Faiths" by George Packer: Can liberal internationalism be saved?

"Going Long" by John Cassidy: Has the blockbuster met its match?
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  • The Good Fight: Why Liberals, and Only Liberals, Can Win the War on Terror and Make America Great Again by Peter Beinart.

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