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Articles from New York Times Upfront (November 1, 2002)

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"Under God" in the pledge? Last spring, a California court ruled that mentioning God in the Pledge of Allegiance violates the constitution. What do you think? (opinion). Martin, Alex 607
An ordeal like no other: the Donner Party's westward trek turned tragic in the snow. (times past). Price, Sean 1852
Big radio's bad boy: Clear Channel owns one of every ten radio stations in the country. It is remaking the airwaves and making enemies in the process. Is this the future of radio? (arts). Browning, Lynnley Company Profile 898
Debugging the ballot: counting votes should be easy. But counting millions is another matter. And when the system breaks down, the failures can be spectacular. (National). Vilbig, Peter 939
Drawing on the news. 192
Dying for diamonds. (National). Zack, Ian 175
Hollywood's gadget factories: engineers, they're not. But sometimes screenwriters spur advances in technology. (circuits). Biersdorfer, J.D. 474
How the wave behaves. (Science Times). Fountain, Henry Brief Article 143
It's time to behave like we live here. (voices). Schwartz, Stephan 393
The melons are glowing. (International). Wines, Michael 117
The midterm elections: its showtime: once again, the Democrats and the Republicans wrangle for control. (National). Vilbig, Peter 1814
The United States of Europe? Is an increasingly united Europe poised to challenge America as a second global superpower? (International). Tagliabue, John 1777
U rite GR8. (Education). Lee, Jennifer 8. 210
Upfront quiz 1. 577
Upfront quiz 2. 278
Upfront quiz 3. 284
Upfront quiz show. 314
Yao-za Yao-za. (Sports). Zack, Ian 121

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