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REVIEW & OUTLOOK

The Novak Exception -- III
The press corps discovers the First Amendment.

The Grasso Files
The press missed the story.

Kerry on Iraq
The candidate betrays his pre-9/11 mentality.

COMMENTARY

Mr. Grasso's Money
Carl McCall (and the rest) knew the details. So what's Eliot Spitzer's case?
By KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL

WONDER LAND

Democrats Sell Apocalypse Now
Is there any room left in the VIP lounge for the little guy?
By DANIEL HENNINGER

THE AMERICAS

Beware of Fidel's Mini-Me
When Venezuelans go to vote on Sunday, they don't have to look far to see what's at stake.
By MARY ANASTASIA O'GRADY

EAST OF THE ODER

And, Finally, 'Linguistic Cleansing'
The Latin script is banned in a region of Moldova.
By VLADIMIR SOCOR

INTERNATIONAL OPINION

Welcome to New Europe
The Franco-German era of driving the EU agenda is over.
From The Wall Street Journal Europe

For Nationalists, It's the Best and Worst of Times
Each year, Europe's nationalists meet in Corsica.
By MATTHEW KAMINSKI
From The Wall Street Journal Europe

The Other Candidate Bounce
Some Americans are bouncing back and forth between Bush and Kerry.
By SEBASTIAN MALLABY
From The Wall Street Journal Europe

China's Economic Debate
The internal fight will only make the task more difficult.
From The Asian Wall Street Journal

New Demands in Manila
Some Filipinos want to work in Iraq.
From The Asian Wall Street Journal

China's Power Struggle
The U.S. must work to ensure the failure of Jiang's "Army First" policy.
By ARTHUR WALDRON and JOHN TKACIK JR.
From The Asian Wall Street Journal

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