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Articles from Reason (October 1, 2005)

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30 years ago in reason. 190
Aiding and indebting. Bailey, Ronald Brief Article 133
Antonin Scalia, judicial activist: how the conservative justice legislates from the bench. Young, Cathy 1297
Behind the Jeffersonian Veneer. Young, Cathy Letter to the Editor 728
Consumer vertigo. Schwartz, Barry Letter to the Editor 554
Creative accounting: taking stock of big ideas. Bailey, Ronald 343
DIY Sci-Fi: science fiction, science fact. Taylor, Jeff Brief Article 253
Fifth columnist. Sanchez, Julian Interview 477
Full of hot air: a climate alarmist takes on "criminals against humanity". Baliunas, Sallie Book Review 3273
Grand theft scapegoat: the ridiculous jihad against video games. Koffler, Daniel 1022
Honest agents: Narcs on the Web. Koffler, Daniel Brief Article 283
How reforms evolve: creationists push "bill of rights". Cavanaugh, Tim Brief Article 299
In defense of happy pills: why talk to a shrink if Prozac or Zoloft will do the trick? Szalavitz, Maia 5305
Millions of Ghandhis: the power of nonviolent revolution. Walker, Jesse 397
Pansies of New York: bend over for feel-good policing. Sullum, Jacob 646
Passing gas: energy bill giveaways. Koffler, Daniel Brief Article 270
Police tricks: shame and the sex trade. Howley, Kerry Brief Article 298
Porn inspectors: adult industry fights tight rules. Sanchez, Julian 344
Property and privilege. Epstein, Richard A. 517
Quotes. 176
Racial blind spots: the affirmative action path not taken. Hood, John Book Review 2290
Remains of the DNA: how clones, like the rest of us, justify their own misery. Godwin, Mike Book Review 1880
Rethinking the social responsibility of business: a reason debate featuring Milton Friedman, Whole Foods' John Mackey, and Cypress Semiconductor's T.J. Rodgers. Cover Story 5623
The man who marketed sperm: from eugenicist to entrepreneur. Howley, Kerry 742
The second Romanian revolution will be televised: the TV show Dallas helped overthrow Ceausescu. Now gangsta rap and pop culture are driving out corrupt post-Soviet thugs. Welch, Matt 4967
Virtual community, real debate. Gillespie, Nick 483
War's nightmare landscape. Gillepie, Nick Brief Article 207
Why the New York Times love eminent domain: elite newspapers and liberal activists embrace the Kelo decision at their long-term peril. Welch, Matt Column 1314

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