Adam Christian

Adam Christian is co-editor of the Fray.

Fraywatch
Sept. 15 2006 6:31 PMWatch What You SayA White House press conference revisited.
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Sept. 1 2006 10:31 AMFocus on the FamilyFord's attempt at edgy advertising prompts debate.
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Aug. 25 2006 10:54 PMFat ChanceIs stomach stapling for teens worth the risk?
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Aug. 14 2006 3:15 AMMartyrology 101It's an elective course.
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July 26 2006 8:39 PMChocolate BarredShould schools restrict access to junk food?
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July 12 2006 10:22 PMPractice Makes ImperfectHow real is the medical malpractice myth?
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June 30 2006 7:26 PMFemme Frat BrawlThe feminist sisterhood, divided.
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June 17 2006 2:37 AMTerrible TwosomesWhat's wrong with the childless?
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June 3 2006 9:27 AMBruegelian DialecticDeflating the underclass.
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May 22 2006 12:13 AMColor-CodedDeciphering Tyra Banks.
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May 3 2006 7:44 PMPet PeevedAn ex-dog owner gets an earful—and some sympathy.
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April 21 2006 3:50 PMThe Battered TerroristIs Moussaoui's bad childhood a valid defense?
The Slate Gist
April 3 2006 2:55 PMCatching Up With the Pellicano TrialIt all began with Steven Seagal.
Fraywatch
Jan. 20 2005 3:19 PMForm & FunctionEfficient posting in the Fray.
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Jan. 7 2005 12:07 PMBattle of the NexusFraysters argue about where femininity and feminism link.
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Sept. 8 2006 9:21 PMFear of TremblingDisaster of the Fray!
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Aug. 31 2006 4:47 PMFocus on the FamilyFord's attempt at edgy advertising prompts debate.
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Aug. 23 2006 2:36 AMStranger DangersWhy do we care about the Ramsey murder?
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Aug. 4 2006 11:06 PMRegime ChangeAre economic sanctions counterproductive?
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July 21 2006 10:47 PMShy of ExpectationsAssessing M. Night Shyamalan's career.
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July 7 2006 2:48 PMStem SelloutsHow principled are opponents of scientific research?
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June 22 2006 4:02 PMEnterfraynment TonightIdeas for a Slate face-lift.
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June 7 2006 10:03 PMImmigration Policy 101Fraysters hold a seminar.
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May 26 2006 8:41 PMPaperback WriterReaders weigh in on pulp fiction week.
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May 12 2006 6:29 PMHillary PilloryThe strange bipartisan embrace of Sen. Clinton for president.
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April 28 2006 6:18 AMDoes Your Job Suck?Fraysters celebrate Secretary's Day
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April 14 2006 9:03 PMCentury 21's Last-Century AdvertisingA commercial about real estate touches a nerve.
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Jan. 28 2005 2:19 PMWhere Were They Then?Culling old posts from Iraq's Progress Fray.
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Jan. 14 2005 3:15 PMBush:Reagan ... Fraysters draw presidential analogies.
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Dec. 31 2004 2:17 PMMy Left or Your Left?Readers debate who's minding the store at the DNC.

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Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

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