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Articles from New York Times Upfront (October 20, 2008)

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A two-way strait? Brief article 180
According to the latest poll ... With Election Day approaching, polls are making headlines. But it can be tricky figuring out what they really mean--if they mean anything at all. Smith, Patricia 2144
Africa. Brief article 118
Cartoon analysis. Beeler, Nate 99
Cartoons. Cartoon 185
How the Supreme Court really works: after 30 years covering the Court of The New York Times, Linda Greenhouse takes us behind the scenes for a look at how nine Justices determine the law of the land. Greenhouse, Linda 3131
India at a crossroads: the world's largest democracy deals with growing pains as its economy continues to boom. Sengupta, Somini 1396
Numbers in the news. 451
Photo analysis. Brief article 83
Poe in motion? Brief article 153
Poverty in the developing world. 455
Q&A: economy in crisis: the meltdown on Wall Street and Washington's rescue plan left many Americans worried--and scratching their heads. Here are some straightforward explanations to help you make sense of what's happened and where we go from here. Smith, Patricia Cover story 1725
Saving the world in study hall: college students used to be the activists, but now they're being joined by high school students interested in a range of issues. Kristof, Nicholas D. Essay 715
Security that gets under your skin. Brief article 117
Should states allow Election Day registration? Eight states currently let people register to vote on Election Day, and others are considering it. 541
The American Muslim Teenager's Handbook: writing from experience. Brief article 150
The Prime Minister is done. Brief article 147
Voices: starting over: foreclosure on their home turned life upside down for Amber Vickerman and her family. Vickerman, Amber Essay 584
Was Stonehenge a health spa? Brief article 121
When less isn't more. Brief article 110

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