[Paleopsych] NYT: @Times: 10 Most Popular Articles of 2004
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@Times: 10 Most Popular Articles of 2004
Which stories piqued our readers' interests last year? Here are the 10
Most Viewed NYTimes.com articles from 2004.
The Girls Next Door
By PETER LANDESMAN, Published January 25, 2004
The sex-trafficking trade may begin in Eastern Europe and wend its way
through Mexico, but it lands in the suburbs and cities of America, where
perhaps tens of thousands are held captive and pimped out for forced sex.
Without a Doubt
By RON SUSKIND, Published October 17, 2004
What makes Bush's presidency so radical - even to some Republicans - is
his preternatural, faith-infused certainty in uncertain times.
Fire: The Birth of an Anti-Kerry Ad
By KATE ZERNIKE and JIM RUTENBERG, Published August 20, 2004
An ad questioning John Kerry's war record sprang from an alliance between
Texas Republicans and veterans angry about Mr. Kerry's criticism of the
Review | 'Fahrenheit 9/11': Unruly Scorn Leaves Room for Restraint, but
Not a Lot
By A. O. SCOTT, Published June 23, 2004
While Michael Moore's documentary about the Bush administration has been
likened to an op-ed column, it might more accurately be said to resemble
an editorial cartoon.
Rich: On 'Moral Values,' It's Blue in a Landslide
Published November 14, 2004
There's only one problem with the storyline proclaiming that the country
swung to the right on cultural issues in 2004. It is fiction.
Videotape Shows the Decapitation of an American
By DEXTER FILKINS, Published May 12, 2004
The killers called the decapitation revenge for the American mistreatment
of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison.
the White House Embraced Disputed Arms Intelligence
By DAVID BARSTOW, WILLIAM J. BROAD and JEFF GERTH, Published October 3,
The Bush administration was made aware as early as 2001 that the aluminum
tubes used as critical evidence against Iraq were most likely not for
Cache of Explosives Vanished From Site in Iraq
By JAMES GLANZ, WILLIAM J. BROAD and DAVID E. SANGER, Published October
The Iraqi interim government has warned that nearly 380 tons of the
world's most powerful conventional explosives are missing from a former
John Kerry for President
Published October 17, 2004
John Kerry has qualities that could be the basis for a great chief
executive and we enthusiastically endorse him for president.
Scientists and Victims Watched Helplessly
By ANDREW C. REVKIN, Published December 31, 2004
The magnitude of the tsunami that killed tens of thousands and remade the
coasts of the Asian subcontinent was slowly gauged across the world.
2004: The Year in Pictures
Last year's most memorable images capture the war in Iraq, the U.S.
presidential campaigns, the Summer Olympic Games in Athens and more.
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