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July 6, 2002 | Vol. 17, No. 26

A look in the mirror

BOOKS SPECIAL REPORT | Books-how they're written and who writes them, the ideas they fight over, and the unpleasant implications they ignore-tell a lot about a culture
July 6, 2002 | Vol. 17, No. 26

FEATURES
With boomers graying and starting to ponder the end of their lives, here's an opportunity for publishers to get ahead of the curve and produce meaningful, challenging books.
The Top 5 news stories as measured by coverage in The Washington Post, USA Today, and NBC Nightly News over a one-week period from June 19 to 25
$3.8 billion swept under the rug?
From intelligent design to pop culture, from Christian apologetics to politics, 12 contemporary authors do what they do best: pontificate, Q & A style
"Pronoun envy" or just another weapon to fight the battle against the "subjugation of women"?
The rise of historical fiction and narrative history-which often takes God into account through richly detailed stories of the era-marks a positive cultural trend
Sales of Christian books are so strong, secular sellers are looking to grab a slice of the lucrative market.
"Father of vouchers" Milton Friedman tells WORLD the high court has freed legislatures to make school-choice decisions-by ending the "endless litigation"
A funny thing happened on the way from the Forum: IBS, Zondervan rapped for claiming "consensus," causing "confusion"
Former Israeli prime minister praises Bush's Palestinian proposal

CULTURE
MOVIES & TV

Minority Report card

Steven Spielberg's science-fiction thriller is one of the famed director's best, if also one of his edgiest, movies