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Articles from New York Times Upfront (March 28, 2005)

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1925: the 'monkey trial': John Scopes was charged with violating Tennessee law by teaching evolution in a public school. His trial transfixed the nation. Roberts, Sam 1649
Abuse of inhalants and prescription drugs: real dangers for teens: overall drug use among teens is down, except for three dangerous substances. 1978
Ads that poke fun at men. Kane, Courtney 126
An obsession the world doesn't share: many countries see the war on terror as a U.S.-imposed distraction from critical issues such as poverty, crime, and AIDS. Cohen, Roger 1845
As questions arise, Pope sees his frailties as affirming life: can John Paul II continue to do the work necessary to lead a worldwide institution with a billion followers? Fisher, Ian 339
Can Iraq set an example for the entire Arab world? Friedman, Thomas L. 201
Cartoons. 149
China starts to give girls their due: decades of population controls and a societal preference for males have led to a 'boy glut.' The government is trying to reverse the imbalance. Yardley, Jim 786
Divided over evolution: Darwin's theories are nearly 150 years old, but the debate over how schools should teach the origins of life continues. Banerjee, Neela 1947
For a fee, iPods get their fill. 203
Game show. 239
High-decibel frogs. Brief Article 192
How inhalant abuse damages the brain. 524
Is the siesta over? 133
Lesson plans for student activities. 610
Letter from the editor. Rebhun, Elliott 123
Noted & quoted. 134
Numbers in the news. 123
Overprotection under the law. 196
Perils of piercings. 146
Should Social Security be partly privatized? President Bush wants to let workers invest part of their Social Security taxes in private accounts. Aaron, Henry J. 513
Social insecurity: Social Security is much more than the retirement program people think it is. A look at its creation, the debate over privatization--and why it matters to you. Toner, Robin Cover Story 2105
Social Security: crunching the numbers. 311
Speaking out for old-growth forests. Interview 211
The best bet for 'regime change' in North Korea. Kristof, Nicholas D. 161
Trends in teen drug use: good news and bad news. Volkow, Nora D. 281
Watching your dad go off to war. Lawler, Kelley 493
What do you know about teen drug trends? 257
Who does, and doesn't, buckle up. Brief Article 144

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