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Saturday, November 12, 2005
Reason's Weekly Dispatch
By Jeff A. Taylor and the Reason staff
In this issue:
1. The Latest French Fashion
2. Two Days and Three Sleepless Nights in Baghdad!
3. Libby's Fibby: A Motive?
4. Quick Hits
5. New at Reason Online - Casey at the Bench
6. News and Events