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Articles from New York Times Upfront (May 10, 2004)

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1974: a President resigns: thirty years ago this summer, in the aftermath of Watergate, Richard Nixon left office in disgrace. Nassivera, Joan 1379
A year later, teens weigh in on Iraq: high-school students are taking a second took at the war, with many adopting more nuanced views about not only Iraq, but also America's rote in the world. Dillon, Sam 2046
Are zero-tolerance policies a good idea? Zero-tolerance policies generally mandate specific punishments for various types of misconduct in school. Do they make sense? Browne, Judith 477
Battling portals. Brief Article 91
Before you head off for the summer ... Rebhun, Elliott 173
Building a house and confronting poverty. O'Neill, Emma 390
C'mon--get mad already! Brief Article 141
Cartoons. Cartoon 105
Does God belong in the Pledge? Fifty years ago, Congress added 'under God' to the Pledge of Allegiance. A California atheist claims that recitation of the phrase in public schools violates the Constitution. Greenhouse, Linda 1186
Imagine our leaders really taking some chances. Friedman, Thomaas L. Brief Article 199
Instant widowhood. 165
Is the group responsible for the individual's crime? Collective sanctions have ancient roots, and are used more widely today than is often realized. But are they ethical? And do they work? Liptak, Adam 1118
It's not all in the envelope. Brooks, David Brief Article 149
Noted & quoted. 150
Numbers in the news. Brief Article 142
Olympic medal mania. Brief Article 379
Probing Kerry for punch lines. Brief Article 162
Ready to take on Vietnam. 166
Reality shows get pickier. Brief Article 201
The sky's no limit for this daredevil. Interview 227
The Supreme Court takes up God and the flag. Safire, William Brief Article 169
To get the truth send and e-mail. 101
Upfront quiz 1. 257
Upfront quiz 2. 426
Upfront quiz 3. 254
Upfront quiz 4. 268
Upfront quiz show. 301
When the games began: the Greeks competed in the equivalent of the Olympics 2,800 years ago. Now, as the Games return to Athens in August, recent archaeological findings are shedding new light on those ancient contests. Wilford, John Noble Cover Story 1564

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