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Unformatted text preview: Table of Contents: August 23, 2010 IN THIS ISSUE EDITION: U.S. Vol. 176 No. 8 COVER Jonathan Franzen (Cover) The Wide Shot Franzen's Bookshelf Jonathan Franzen offers his take on five novels that inspired him recently ESSAY Shrinking the Middle East (Commentary / Viewpoint) Reducing our use of oil would make the region less significant. That would be good for everyone The Kentucky Test (Commentary / In the Arena) How deeply will anti-Democrat sentiment affect November's elections? One race will reveal a lot Bring On the Elites! (The Awesome Column) Why I want experts sitting on the Supreme Court. And remodeling my kitchen NATION Is the FDA On Drugs? (The Well / Nation) A TIME investigation of Avandia's journey from lab to pharmacy reveals serious flaws in the way the Food and Drug Administration protects consumers from harmful medicines The World's Longest Yard Sale (The Well / Society) At this flea market over six states, one person's junk is another's treasure The World's Longest Yard Sale Photos: At this flea market over six states, one person's junk is another's treasure WORLD Postcard from Anlong Veng Cambodia is attempting to turn the Khmer Rouge's final bastion into a tourist destination. An odd nostalgia for a most deadly regime Cleaning Up Sumo (The Well / World) Racked by scandal and an influx of foreign competitors, can Japan's most traditional sport keep up with the times? The Changing Face of Sumo Wrestling Racked by scandal and inundated with foreign competitors, the traditional Japanese sport struggles to keep up with the times ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Eat Pray Love Happily Ever After? (Movies) As a woman in search of herself in Eat Pray Love, the radiant Julia Roberts, as memoir author Elizabeth Gilbert, is second only to the food Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: a Fizzy Double Feature! (Movies) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a fizzy double feature of rom-com sweetness and video-game fights The Myth of Fact (Tuned In) Despite all the evidence, many still believe Obama wasn't born in the U.S. Maybe the truth isn't what it used to be Q&A Rosanne Cash Short List TIME'S PICKS FOR THE WEEK SOCIETY Weekday Vegetarians (Life / Going Green) Yes, they're compromising a principle. But they still get to eat bacon! Where's The Beet? (Life / Food) How big-name chefs are shrinking their customers' carnivore quota Veggie-Centric Recipes: Chefs Do More with Less Meat Examples of how seven big-name chefs are shrinking their customers' carnivore quota SCIENCE Lake Invaders (The Well / Environment) Flying, fearsome Asian carp have already taken over much of the Mississippi. Can electrical barriers keep them out of the Great Lakes--or do we need to block the waterways to keep the fish from spreading?...
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