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TIME Magazine Collection, October 2006


TIME Magazine Collection, October 2006
My Right Hand - In his book Blood Brothers, TIME senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf weaves his own tale of losing a hand in Iraq with the stories of three soldiers who also spent time at Amputee Alley, Ward 57 of Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington
What Makes Us Different? - Not very much, when you look at our DNA. But those few tiny changes made all the difference in the world
The End of a Revolution - Sex, lies and power games are just the latest symptoms of a Republican Party that has strayed from its ideals
The Fresh Face (The Democrats' New Face) - First-term Senator Barack Obama has the charisma and the ambition to run for President. But, says Joe Klein, he's not quite ready to answer the tough questions
America By the Numbers - At the beginning of its fourth century, America is more colorful, still uncrowded, purple in its politics and complicated in its beliefs. An illustrated guide to the nation's essential truths

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