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Articles from New York Times Upfront (April 18, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
"Barbarians" open up Japan: Commodore Perry broke through Japan's secret world 150 years ago. (times past). McCollum, Sean 1388
America & the Middle East: U.S. involvement in the Mideast goes back 200 years. It's a complicated tale of American idealism, strategic interests, and the uses of military power. Oren, Michael B. 1407
Doin' soft time. (International). Hoge, Warren 99
Drawing on the news. Illustration 98
Expert answers: a child psychologist helps you field the tough questions your students may ask. Brodkin, Adele M. 798
For research chimpanzees, a retirement home: aging chimps are getting a taxpayer-funded sanctuary. Some scientists worry it s a step toward getting apes out of labs for good. (science times). Stolberg, Sheryl Gay 1043
Frankie on top. (Q&A). Peters, Jenny Interview 196
Has Title IX's quest for equality gone too far? Title IX was designed to ensure equal opportunities for girls in school sports, but some say it has unintentionally hurt boys' teams. (Opinion). Column 653
Indian names show respect. (letters). Graves, Megan Letter to the Editor 106
Lettuce entertain you. (Photo). 84
Pronunciation guide. 214
Quotes. 263
Surfing: it's not just for guys anymore. (voices). Cooper, Sarah 469
Three strikes law upheld. (Upfront Update). Greenhouse, Linda 91
Upfront quiz show. 311
War in Iraq: America's second major military action since 9/11 could reshape U.S. foreign policy and the Middle East. U.S. officials hope the risks of going to war pay off. (America At War). Vilbig, Peter 2691
War names. (National). Zack, Ian 103
Women closing the pay gap. (Business). Leonhardt, David 163

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