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There are six articles in the May 29, 2006 issue:COMMENT
"The Letter" by Hendrik Hertzberg: What the President of Iran wrote.TALK OF THE TOWN
"Listening In" by Seymour Hersh: The NSA throws a wide net to catch terrorists in the U.S. ANNALS OF TERRORISM
"Private Jihad" by Benjamin Wallace-Wells: The woman who became a freelance spy. SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Caught" by Ian Frazier: What the Central Park coyote saw. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
"Central Casting" by Jeffrey Goldberg: The Democrats think about who can win in mid-terms and in 2008.THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Heaven Can Wait" by Anthony Lane: Ron Howard and Tom Hanks tackle Dan Brown's phenomenal best seller, The Da Vinci Code .
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