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Articles from New York Times Upfront (October 6, 2008)

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'The most insignificant office'? John Adams didn't think much of the vice presidency. But this year, Barack Obama and John McCain have chosen running mates who could determine the outcome in November. Bilyeu, Suzanne Cover story 2233
1960: the first mass media election: the new medium of television played a decisive role in the race between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon: 'image' ruled, and presidential elections changed forever. Davey, Monica 2100
Campaign worldplay. Brief article 323
Cartoon analysis. Brief article 80
Cartoons. Cartoon 108
Course correction. Brief article 155
Don't Im ur term paper. Brief article 99
Fowl Crowds in Miami. Brief article 121
From Bethlehem to Virginia: a Palestinian student looks back at her freshman year at an American college and life back home. Abu-Shanab, Hanan 554
George Orwell, blogger? Brief article 146
Global warming: what the next president should do: the candidates haven't focused on one of the biggest challenges of this century. Kristof, Nicholas D. 475
Numbers in the news. 125
Photo analysis. Brief article 102
Sea ice in the arctic. Brief article 109
Should the U.S. withdraw its troops from Iraq? Five years after the war began, how the U.S. should proceed in Iraq is a major issue in the election. 556
The charge: Genocide: years after the violence began in Darfur, Sudan's reader may face arrest. Polgreen, Lydia 1312
The inalienable rights of Apes? They share up to 98.7 percent of our DNA; in Spain, they may soon share our rights. McNeil, Donald G., Jr. 1390
Tonight's homework: finding a date. Brief article 118
When sushi met science. Brief article 158
Why they're cramming in Korea: high school students in South Korea are studying overtime to get into the same colleges you're aiming for. They're part of a wave of foreign students vying for sports at top America schools. Dillon, Sam 982

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