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    Physician, Reveal Thyself - Top Medical Journal Admits to Lax Conflict Policy

    Should medical writers disclose their financial ties to the drug industry? The New England Journal of Medicine says yes, even though NEJM editors informed readers in a letter dated February 24 that about half the drug reviews they published in the la...

    by Cynthia Cotts on March 7, 2000
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    A Rift Grows in Brooklyn - Dems to Clarke: Dont Run Against Owens

    A political chasm as wide as Eastern Parkway threatens to divide Brooklyn Democrats. The boroughs Democratic machine recently sent a letter to City Council member Una Clarke (D-40th District) urging her not to challenge the seat of nine-term incumbe...

    by Jamila Daniel on March 7, 2000
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    Letters

    After Amadou Steve Brodner's illustration of a bullet-ridden, screaming figure on last week's cover was absolutely stunning ["The Anger This Time"]. I have saved it to my computer screen as a reminder that after Amadou, nothing will be the same. ...

    on March 7, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    ANONYMOUS (copywriter; singer-songwriter) Income $32,000 (1999) Health Insurance covered by employer Rent $500/mo. Utilities included with rent Phone $30/mo. Food $900/mo. Transportation $60/mo. Anonymous, 33, cannot reveal his name in kee...

    by Toni Schlesinger on March 7, 2000
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    The Weill Party - The 20th Centurys Most Influential Composer Turns 100

    Fill in the missing term that links each of the following pairs: Ferruccio Busoni and Fred MacMurray; Jean Cocteau and Lee Strasberg; Fritz Lang and Langston Hughes. Hint: It's a composer whose music has been recorded by rock groups, avant-garde ense...

    by Michael Feingold on March 7, 2000
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    Nation

    God Have Mercy Rush Reagan Greenback Vote Virginia Is for Lovers God Have Mercy The Christian Right Wins Again At the beginning of his presidential quest, George W. Bush went out of his way to welcome the odd fellows of the old New ...

    by James Ridgeway on March 7, 2000
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    The Cult of Lauersen - Why Patients Adore Embattled Fertility Doc

    Prolonged jury deliberations are not unlike childbirth. There are the false alarms, the times when the end seems near only to disappear for another interminable stretch. The moments when the various players have important tasks to doclarifying evide...

    by Sharon Lerner on March 7, 2000
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    Amadous Ghost - Diallo Speaks to Serpico

    The ghost of Amadou Diallo haunted me in my sleep last night. He asked me, "Officer Serpico, where was justice in that Albany courtroom? Who was there to represent me? I can clearly see that Justice is not blind, just blindfolded. But who will remove...

    by Frank Serpico on March 7, 2000
  • Trashing the Point - Residents Oppose Bronx Waste-Transfer Site

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    Trashing the Point - Residents Oppose Bronx Waste-Transfer Site

    The last time Rudy Giuliani ran for officehis reelection campaign in 1997hepromised heavily Republican Staten Island that its hated Fresh Kills landfill would shut down for good on New Years Day, 2002, quelling the secessionist movement that threa...

    by James Bradley on March 7, 2000
  • Giuliani Justice - Arresting the Innocent

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    Giuliani Justice - Arresting the Innocent

    We do not yet have equal justice for the poor, for the members of minority groups, for the criminally accused. Ugly inequities continue to mar the face of our nation. We are surely nearer the beginning than the end of our struggle. the late Supreme ...

    by Nat Hentoff on March 7, 2000
  • Shock Corridor - How a Long-Dormant Law Could Spark a Hudson Valley Power Plant Boom

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    Shock Corridor - How a Long-Dormant Law Could Spark a Hudson Valley Power Plant Boom

    Eight hours into a public hearing at a local high school auditorium last week, the citizens of upstate Athens, New York, were still streaming to the microphone. They had come to speak up about the massive power plant a giant corporation plans to put ...

    by Karen Cook on March 7, 2000
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    Malcolm Fs Struggle - Did a Paroled Drug Dealers Outrage Over the Diallo Verdict Cost Him His Life?

    Asked to imagine a reputed heroin pusher getting high on black rage, friends of Malcolm Ferguson will conjure up the image of him going berserk after the acquittal of the four white cops who shot and killed Amadou Diallo. Cant imagine that? Pictur...

    by Peter Noel on March 7, 2000
  • On Any Given Day - Hillary on Diallo Case: From Pretrial to Postverdict

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    On Any Given Day - Hillary on Diallo Case: From Pretrial to Postverdict

    Hillary Clintons path to Sundays address on police matters has not been a smooth one. In fact, as with most things Clinton, the first lady has been careful, in light of the killing of Amadou Diallo, to not say much of substance about an issue criti...

    by William Bastone on March 7, 2000
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    Punch Like a Man - Big-Time Sports Domestic Violence Problem

    Perhaps its understandable that it got lost in the shuffle. What with John Rockers mouth and Ray Lewiss double homicide rap hogging the headlines, maybe there just wasnt room for the cases of Pedro Astacio and Bobby Chouinard to make it out of th...

    by Neil deMause on March 7, 2000
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    The City Game - New Yorks Greatest High School Hoops Stars

    All around NYC, the high school hoops postseason is in full swing, and the best prep school ballers are battling for the right to showcase their stuff in the city championships. This Sunday, the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) finals will be he...

    by Vincent M. Mallozzi on March 7, 2000
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    Sports

    We Got Two Words for the FEC . . . Instead of wrestling, Jockbeat got a taste of politics at last Monday night's taping of the WWF's Raw Is War at the Garden. And while no city can top homemade Big Apple signage ("HHH [Hunter Hearst Helmsley] Fears...

    on March 7, 2000
  • Heroine Addicts - photographs by Nina Roberts

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    Heroine Addicts - photographs by Nina Roberts

    For some it's Star Wars confabs; for others, Star Trek conferences. For the happy throng that gathered late last month at the New Yorker hotel, the "Official Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Convention" stirred the passions...

    by Lynn Yaeger on March 7, 2000
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    Sex Manuals - Formerly Timid Mainstream Magazines Are Now Selling Sex Alongside Cooking and Fashion Tips. Are You Buying?

    Raquan Crute Age 24 Resides Queens Occupation Musician Is sex necessary to sell magazines? Yes, but its not just magazines, its yogurt and cigarettes. I just saw a Camel ad with a half-naked woman wearing fishnets. Do you read the sex-advi...

    by Coco McPherson on March 7, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    'Like, oh my God, you guys!' to paraphrase Christina Aguileras Grammy acceptance speech. Miami Beach is now a dizzying blur of bold-faced names, soign restaurants, and misguided macho mayhem, torn between celebrity glamour and a nauseated feeling ...

    by Michael Musto on March 7, 2000
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    CityState

    on March 7, 2000
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