Slate's take on Plamegate.

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Oct. 27 2005 5:43 PM

Plamegate

Slate's take on the fiasco.

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"After Judy: The New York Times' next First Amendment embarrassment," by Michael Kinsley. Posted Oct. 20, 2005.

"Glue Factory," by Bruce Reed. Posted Oct. 20, 2005.

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"Illiberal Prosecution: Why Democrats should take no comfort in the Plame case," by Jacob Weisberg. Posted Oct. 18, 2005.

"Do Aspens Turn in Clusters?: How much does Scooter Libby really know about trees?" by Daniel Engber. Posted Oct. 17, 2005.

"What Will They Do Without Karl?: If Bush's Brain is removed, it's gonna hurt," by John Dickerson. Posted Oct. 14, 2005.

"An Unofficial Secrets Act?: The ugly fur ball the Plame investigation may cough up," by Jack Shafer. Posted Oct. 10, 2005.

"The Biggest Loser: It's not Judith Miller. It's the Times editorial board," by Jack Shafer. Posted Sept. 30, 2005.

"What Novak Was Running From ...: Was it ... a book?" by Mickey Kaus. Posted Aug. 6, 2005.

"A Nutty Little Law: The Intelligence Identities Protection Act must go," by Christopher Hitchens. Posted July 26, 2005.

"Rove Rage: The poverty of our current scandal," by Christopher Hitchens. Posted July 18, 2005.

"The Anonymity Trap: Norm Pearlstine didn't go far enough," by Jacob Weisberg. Posted July 12, 2005.

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