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Articles from New York Times Upfront (November 13, 2006)

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1956: the roads that changed America: suburbia, shopping malls, fast food, and drive-in everything--the Interstate Highway System gave birth to much of American life as we know it. Roberts, Sam 1869
A message from 3,000 years ago. 140
Anyone here speak Urdu? 104
Back in session: it's the first full year for the Supreme Court's new team, and there are some tough issues on the docket. Greenhouse, Linda 1482
Cartoons. Cartoon 144
Cell phones take center stage. 157
Game show. 208
How to stave off the 'freshman 15'. Interview 265
Letter from the editor. Rebhun, Elliott Editorial 112
Monkey see, monkey say? 146
Monopoly makeover. Elliott, Stuart 153
Moving the Mississippi: would changing the river's course help save the vanishing coastline of Louisiana? Dean, Cornelia 417
North Korea goes nuclear: an authoritarian, unpredictable regime now has the bomb. What are the implications for the U.S. and the world? Sanger, David E. Cover story 2192
Noted & quoted. 122
Numbers in the news. 130
Political cartoon. Sack, Steve 114
Preserving Africa's jungles: an economic opportunity. Kristof, Nicholas D. 136
Should high school students be required to declare majors? Last spring, Florida became the first state to mandate high school majors. Fuhrman, Susan H. 516
The touch factor. 182
The U.S. at 300 (million, that is): the 300 millionth American arrived in October. How does America today compare with 1915 and 1967, when the population passed the 100 million and 200 million marks? Roberts, Sam 767
When finding a dentist is like pulling teeth. 141
Where Americans are living. 362
Why the good news about oil prices is really the bad news. Akst, Daniel 177
WOW goes Global. 135

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