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by The New Republic Staff | November 30, 2006

The American literature scholar Andrew Delbanco reflects on what it means to study war at a distance; Dorothy J. Kronick argues that Hugo Chávez's anti-Americanism may hurt him more than it helps him; Annia Ciezadlo explains why Lebanon's anti-Syria movement, which just months ago seemed all-powerful, has fizzled; and Jonathan Cohn points out that Republicans won't stop trying to destroy Medicaid just because they're in the minority. --Adam B. Kushner

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