November 8, 2004

Cover

Barbara’s World

History

IT HAUNTS US STILL

Palestinians

AFTER ARAFAT, WHAT?

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Cover

Barbara’s World

Amiel made a career out of being outrageous—in print and in her private life
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History

IT HAUNTS US STILL

The fault lines of modern history branch back to the cataclysm of 1914
AFTER ARAFAT, WHAT? 2223
Palestinians

AFTER ARAFAT, WHAT?

The president’s illness raises new concerns about who can replace him,
A TRILLION-DOLLAR PIPE DREAM 4041
Personal Finance

A TRILLION-DOLLAR PIPE DREAM

Boomers expect to inherit windfalls from their frugal parents. They’re in for a shock.
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Politics

LESSONS IN DAYCARE

Ottawa’s push for a preschool program will take some stickhandling,
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THE MAIL

Your article on cholesterol and preventing heart attacks with the use of statins was excellent (“The cholesterol cure,” Cover, Oct. 25). I read it with great interest because high cholesterol and heart disease run in my husband’s family.
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Cover

Going Strong

Four wives and two million books later, PETER C. NEWMAN looks ahead
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All Business

NAOMI KLEIN’S TIRED TRICKS

When the celebrity socialist is on the case, accuracy takes a holiday
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Over to You

WHAT REALLY BUGS ME

I’d like to claim my kids have never had head lice—but I’d be lying
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The Back Page

WE SHOULD PICK THE PREZ

What fun we’d have, electing the guy who tells Americans what to do
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