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"Wiring the Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy" -- July 23, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2004: 2004

Edition: July 23, 2004

Seller ID: 003335

Condition: Very Good


Newspaper Supplement. Very Good. July 23, 2004. Ephemera. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 70 pp. Fresh, sturdy. Cover story, "Wiring the Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy" by Matt Bai explores the future of the Democratic Party and its new activists. Other stories concern surrogate motherhood, the Pentagon's R&D work on non-lethal weapons and a Carl Hiaasen piece on Florida. View more info

"Up in Smoke" -- April 4, 2004

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2004: 2004

Edition: April 4, 2004

Seller ID: 003353

Condition: Very Good


Newspaper Supplement. Very Good. April 4, 2004. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 82 pp. Clean, sturdy. No creases. Cover story by Bruce Barcott details how the Bush Administration has weakened the Clean Air Act through rule changes. Other articles deal with memory-blocking drugs, and development of new towns in exurbia. View more info

"The Intellectual Heart of Conservative America" -- New York Times Magazine March 9, 2003 issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2003: 2003

Edition: March 9, 2003

Seller ID: 003491

Condition: Very Good


Newspaper Supplement. Very Good. March 9, 2003. Ephemera. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 84 pp. Light wear, study, clean. NY Times Magazine -- cover story by Deborah Sontag deals with the right-learning Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Other stories concern Mel Gibson's traditionalist Catholicism and his "Passion of Christ" movie; a piece about anti-war organizer Eli Pariser, and a proposed face transplant. View more info

"Can a Trial Lawyer Expose Saudi Complicity with Terrorism?" -- March 14, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2004

Edition: March 14, 2004

Seller ID: 003530

Condition: Very Good


82 pp. Lightly used, sturdy. Cover story by Jennifer Senior is about lawyer Ronald Motley and his effort to sue Saudi charities and others for helping to finance terrorism. Part II of a series. Other articles deal with fashion designer Tom Ford, plus a second look at the Iraq invasion, one year later, by Michael Ignatieff, a liberal who supported the action. View more info

"To Have and to Hold" -- Aug. 22, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $2.65

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2004: 2004

Edition: Aug. 22, 2004

Seller ID: 003569

Condition: Good


Newspaper Supplement. Good. Aug. 22, 2004. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 56 pp. Moderate wear, some rippling of pages, crease on front cover. Cover story by Jason deParle shows on the cover an African American father holding his young son; article is a report on welfare report and its attempts to promote family unity, father responsibility and commitment. Other articles deal with anti-depression drugs in Japan; the military's use of video games for training and recruitment; performance artist Bill Talen, aka Reverend Billy, crusader against chain stores. View more info

"Bet on It" -- May 4, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2004: 2004

Edition: May 9m 2004

Seller ID: 003578

Condition: Very Good


Newspaper Supplement. Very Good. May 9m 2004. Ephemera. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 84 pp. Some wear but still sturdy and intact. Cover story by Gary Rivlin deals with slot machine technology and the odds in contemporary gambling. Other pieces deal with Mary Bonauto, the attorney who spearheaded the gay marriage movement in 2004; a profile of mystery writer Michael Connelly, and a profile of Demorat Bill Richardson, governor of New Mexico. View more info

"Leonardo DiCaprio's Seventh Act" -- Nov. 24, 2002 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, New York Times: 2002

Edition: Nov. 24, 2002

Seller ID: 003669

Condition: Good +


120 pp. Creases near corner of cover. Cover story by Marshall Stella traces the film career of DiCaprio as he prepared to release "Gangs of New York." Color photo of bearded DiCaprio on cover. Other stories deal with maverick UN arms inspector Scott Ritter who broke with Bush Administration on the likelihood of large arms caches remaining in Iraq (3 years later, it appears Ritter's assessment of no significant weapons of mass destruction was correct); Microsoft co-founder Steve Ballmer; Danish furniture designer Verner Panton; the sudden death of an alcoholic woman. View more info

"The E-Infectors" -- Feb. 8, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2004

Seller ID: 003974

Condition: Very Good


90 pp. Light wear and rippling, but still sturdy. Cover story by Clive Thompson deals with young hackers threatening the Internet. Cover shows German hacker known as PhiletOast3r. Other articles dea with efforts by U.S. airlines to protect themselves against shoulder-launched missiles; a photo profile of Cheshire, Ohio, a small town that American Electric Power bought for $20 million to solve an air pollution problem; the rise of Virignia Beach as a new Motown; the black music group Right Now. . View more info

The 4th Annual Year in Ideas Issue -- Dec. 12, 2004

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2004: 2004

Seller ID: 004055

Condition: Good +


Newspaper Supplement. Good +. Ephemera. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 118 pp. Light wear, thumbed corners. Sturdy. A recap of trends and innovations of 2004, ranging from the augmented barcode to Wal-Mart sovereignty. View more info

Style & Entertaining -- Shall We Dance?

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $2.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2003

Edition: Fall 2003

Seller ID: 004470

Condition: Fair +


114 pp. A few pages curled, covers detached from text. Part 2 of the Fall 2003 Style & Entertaining section. Cover shows Cuban-American designer Narcisio Rodriguez in a conga line with his sister and 2 models. Articles include an interview with Frank Sinatra's butler, a piece on using sociometry to analyze cocktail party chatter. Also, a piece on book discussion clubs as a form of socializing. View more info

Warlordistan -- June 1, 2003 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2003

Edition: June 1, 2003

Seller ID: 004484

Condition: Good +


105 pp. Light wear, corners curled. Cover story by Barry Bearak shows Ismail Khan, governor of Herat who is one of the few warlords moving reconstruction forward in the post-invasion period. A detailed look at how a benevolent despot runs a local government in the "new" Afghanistan. Other articles include an interview with Dennis Rodman, a piece on Howard Dean's adversarial relations with other Democratic presidential contenders; an essay on affirmative action and a piece about the uncertain future of Farnsworth, the Plano, Illinois, glass house built by Mies van der Rohe. View more info

Joan Didion "After Life" -- Sept. 25, 2005 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2005

Edition: Sept. 25, 2005

Seller ID: 004565

Condition: Very Good


152 pp. Nearly new. Cover story by Joan Didion deals with the bereavement process and her experience in losing husband John Gregory Dunne to a sudden heart attack. (Her daughter also died soon afterward). Cover shows a closeup of a weary Didion. Other articles deal with the future of Turkey; a profile of fashion designer Alber Elbaz of Lanvin; and high performance hybrid cars in development. View more info

"What the War Did to Colonel Sassaman" -- Oct. 23, 2005 Issue.

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2005

Edition: Oct. 23, 2005

Seller ID: 004619

Condition: Good


182 pp. Rear cover wrinkled, light thumbing, otherwise very good. Cover story by Dexter Filkins details the downfall of Col Nate Sassaman, implicated in covering up an incident where 2 Iraqi men violating a curfew were forced by U.S. soldiers to jump off a bridge. One of them reportedly drowned. This case study illustrates how American counterinsurgency efforts in Iraq appear headed toward failure as heavyhanded rule by the occupation force increasingly generates anti-American hatred. Other articles deal with Diane Keaton and the overfishing of Chilean sea bass. Also a special section on weddi... View more info

Osama Bin Laden "Is He Winning?" -- Sept. 11, 2005 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2005

Edition: Sept. 11, 2005

Seller ID: 004566

Condition: Very Good


90 pp. Light cover crease. Sturdy, clean. Riveting cover portrait of Osama bin Laden to highlight the 9-11 anniversary issue. Cover story by Mark Danner explores "Is he Winning -- Taking Stock of the Forever War." plus companion story by Mary Ann Weaver on how Bin Laden escaped from Tora Bora. Other stories include a Q&A with poet Andrei Codrescu and a piece on the flooding of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina. View more info

"How to Keep Afghanistan from Falling Apart" -- July 28, 2002

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2002

Edition: July 28,2002

Seller ID: 004678

Condition: Good +


60 pp., corners curled, otherwise very good. Cover Story by Michael Ignatieff is subtitled: "The Case for a Committed American Imperialism," contending the Bush administration is giving short shrift to rebuilding war-damaged Afghanistan. Other articles include an interview conducted in Daytona Beach with Dave Pelzer, who has written best-sellers about his dysfunctional childhood. Other articles -- a feature about movie trailer production; profile of teenage woman weightlifter Cheryl Haworth and a style spread of preteen fashions; also a cooking feature on eggplant. View more info

"A Nation Unto Himself" Ariel Sharon Cover -- Aug. 15, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2004

Edition: Aug. 15, 2004

Seller ID: 004721

Condition: Good


79 pp. Corners creased, thumbed. Text complete, no tears. Cover story by James Bennett about Ariel Sharon "Where is Ariel Sharon Leading Israel?" with cover showing tight closeup of Sharon's face. Other articles include a feature on Hong Kong action figure designer Michael Lau. ; a report on Hispanic gangs invading rural areas like Shenandoah County, Virginia; a fashion spread with Icelandic musician Bjork as the model. View more info

"The Dawn of Genomic Medicine" -- Nov. 6, 2005 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2005

Edition: Nov. 6, 2005

Seller ID: 004734

Condition: Very Good


118 PP. Lightly read, thumbed. All pages intact. Cover story by Lisa Belkin looks at genetic medical research among the Amish and Mennonites. Other articles include a profile of Sarah Smiley, advice columnist for military wives; a piece on literary darwinism; immigration issues; a brief interview with Lawrence Ferlinghetti; and a look at the Federal Reserve as the Greenspan era draws to a close. View more info

"The Opening of the Wahhabist Mind" -- March 7, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2004

Seller ID: 004817

Condition: Good


122 pp. Cover started to detach from staples but still intact. Cover story by Elizabeth Rubin explores the politics of contemporary Saudi Arabia, profiling Mansour al-Nougaidan as a liberal force for change. Other articles include a piece on Alice Waters and her campaign for health food in middle schools. View more info

Bono Cover Story Sept. 18, 2005 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $5.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2005

Seller ID: 005591

Condition: Good


190 pp., light wrinkling, crease on back cover and lower front cover. Cover story by James Traub on U-2 singer Bono and his poltiical effort. Includes his visit to a G-8 summit in Edinburgh. Other articles: a David Cronenberg piece on body language in film, a photo profile of the University of Kentucky cheerleaders. Mark Lalla recalls his teeage years as a fervent evangelical. View more info

Modernism Architecture Issue -- May 15,2005

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $5.00

Publisher: NY, New York Times: 2005

Seller ID: 005792

Condition: Very Good


114 pp. Lightly thumbed, corner creasing. Overall light wear. Package of several articles dealing with modernism in architecture and dangers to various iconic towers around the world. Includes profile of Oscar Niemeyer, creator of Brasilia; USSR architecture; deterioration of Phnom Penh; Los Angeles' tract houses; Sotheby executive James Zemaitis, specialist in modern furniture. View more info