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Articles from New York Times Upfront (March 7, 2005)

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'Texting' takes its toll. 134
1970: tragedy at Kent State: with the Vietnam War escalating, Ohio National Guard troops fired at a crowd of student protesters, killing four of them. Roberts, Sam 1315
A growing divide between 'blue Europe' and the U.S. Friedman, Thomas L. 524
Africa's AIDS orphans. 416
Ball of contention. 174
Beggar, serf, after two years in Senegal, a Times correspondent tells why much of Africa is an appalling place to be a child. Sengupta, Somini Cover Story 1894
Cant' U rite a compleet sentence!!! 101
Cartoons. 160
Drug abuse and AIDS: how young people are at risk. Volkow, Nora D. 459
Helping the troops stay connected. Interview 226
How long is too long? Supreme Court Justices are appointed for life. But the founding fathers didn't imagine 80-year-old Justices and terms lasting 30 years. Greenhouse, Linda 1526
Letter from the editor. Rebhum, Elliot 158
Noted & quoted. 136
Numbers in the news. 95
Olympic quest: an athlete's attempt to become the first Iraqi to compete in the Winter Games. Pennington, Bill 802
One phat phiddler. 130
Refusing to let evil triumph. Brooks, David 147
Should Maggie move? 217
Should Supreme Court Justices continue to have life tenure? The Constitution says justices may serve until death or retirement, but some question whether that still makes sense in the 21st century. Bradley, Craig M. 513
Teens, drug abuse, and AIDS: the deadly connection: teens who abuse drugs face a risk of getting AIDS and (get this!) of passing it on to the friends they love. 3266
Video visits reunite families. 203
Why America will continue to succeed. Safire, William 169

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