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Articles from New York Times Upfront (September 5, 2005)

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1920: women get the vote: the 19th Amendment was ratified 85 years ago, after decades of campaigning by the women's suffrage movement. Roberts, Sam 1092
A town for the deaf? Would a town where sign language is the norm be a boon to deaf people--or further isolate them from the rest of society? Davey, Monica 804
China's leaders have a new watchdog: the Internet. Kristof, Nicholas D. Brief Article 163
Globalization: the challenge to America: computers and the Internet have made the world a much smaller place--and brought foreign competition right to America's doorstep. Friedman, Thomas L. Cover Story 1229
Hard-spell advertising. Brief Article 153
Helping Afghan girls get to school. Dedecker, Clotilde 496
Killers that also cure. Brief Article 203
Noted & quoted. 152
Numbers in the news. Brief Article 124
Presidential 'Pod. Brief Article 158
Reaching for the sky. Wines, Michael 1331
Should soda & snacks be suspended? Brief Article 105
Should women be allowed in combat? Women make up 15 percent of America's armed forces, but military policy prohibits them from serving in combat zones. Donnelly, Elaine 530
Soldiers, but not citizens: for the thousands of Mexicans in the U.S. military, serving can be a fast track to citizenship--if they survive. McKinley, James C., Jr. 802
The man behind the mask. Brief Article 144
The new face of Indy racing. Interview 238
War of words: for more than 200 years, Americans have revered the Constitution. So why can't we agree on what it means? Liptak, Adam 1283
What if ads could dribble? Ives, Nat Brief Article 141
What's happened to America's middle class? Krugman, Paul Brief Article 203
When in doubt, sort it out. Brief Article 162

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