Durr, William J.; Palmer, John D.; Mooney, Kelly; Miller, Alan C.; Cuomo, Joe; White, Fred
December 2001
New Republic;12/24/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 26, p4
Presents letters to the editor referencing several articles published in previous issues. Comments on the article "Notebook," published in the November 19, 2001 issue; Views of a reader on the article "Hit the Ground," published in the November 19, 2001 issue; Opinion of a reader on the article "Push and Pull," by Hope Roberts, published in the November 19, 2001 issue; Information on low level of adrenaline in c-section babies; Comments on the article "Bulworthism," related to the book "Political Fictions," by Joe Klein, published in the November 19, 2001 issue; Appreciation of Joe Klein, a political leader.


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