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Articles from Reason (December 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
25 years ago in reason. Brief Article 176
35 Heroes of freedom: celebrating the people who have made the world groovier and groovier since 1968. 2960
35 years of reason: a history in excerpts. 4539
A bolshie born every minute. Walker, Jesse 320
Account Balance. Salisbury, Ellen M. Letter to the Editor 163
Agency provocateur. Sanchez, Julian 442
Balance sheet. Taylor, Jeff A. 469
Balls: the joy of watching ideas win. Welch, Matt Book Review 2302
Bob Barr, civil libertarian: the right wing of the ACLU. Walker, Jesse Interview 1297
Carry on. Sullum, Jacob 433
Divorcees and social engineers: fathers face off against the marriage movement. Young, Cathy 1274
Do your own thing unto others: celebrating 35 years of baby boomer tyranny. Bagge, Peter Brief Article 205
Drug rush: Limbaugh to listeners: I belong in jail! Sullum, Jacob 690
Dueling discriminations. Alembakis, Rachel Brief Article 236
Economic education. Sanchez, Julian Brief Article 315
Five forgotten schools. Chubb, John E. 565
Forcing Freedom. Letter to the Editor 1076
Former Rep. James Traficant (D-Ohio) notwithstanding, the United States' government is only the world's 87th most corrupt--slightly more honest than Chile's, though not quite as clean as Austria's. Brief Article 88
Live from chapel perilous: we're living in Robert Anton Wilson's world. Walker, Jesse 781
Misreading millennials: the politics of a rising generation. Sanchez, Julian 1309
Moving violation. Sullum, Jacob 284
Music meltdown. Gillespie, Nick Brief Article 199
Orient obsess: a lackluster look at Americans abroad. Young, Michael 1857
Poor man's hero: controversial writer Johan Norberg champions globalization as the best hope for the developing world. Gillespie, Nick 4730
Quotes. Brief Article 100
Suspected Terrorist. Letter to the Editor 609
Tanks and tales. Freund, Charles Paul Brief Article 241
The reason for reason. Gillespie, Nick Periodical Review 1276
The smaller the better: the limitless promise of nanotechnology--and the growing peril of a moratorium. Bailey, Ronald 6194
Time enough for love. Welch, Matt 439
What's left? Sanchez, Julian 327
When some students from the Lubbock Independent School District in Texas asked to start a gay-straight alliance, Superintendent Jack Clemmons said no. Oliver, Charles Brief Article 116
Why Buffy Kicked Ass. Fowler, Miles Letter to the Editor 316
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's retirement home will be as large as a medium-sized hotel. Oliver, Charles 87

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