Eve Gerber

Eve Gerber is a Slateeditorial assistant.

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Dec. 30 1999 3:30 AMDead Man Talking
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April 28 2000 9:30 PMVietnam Was Overrated 
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April 14 2000 9:30 PMToo Many Elephants
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Feb. 11 2000 9:30 PMDeath and Texas  
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Jan. 21 2000 9:30 PMBaby, It's Kohl Outside 
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Jan. 7 2000 9:30 PMThe Coming World Government
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Dec. 21 1999 3:30 AMWhy McCain's Scary
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Dec. 9 1999 3:30 AMKinda Ask, Sorta Tell
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Dec. 3 1999 9:30 PMThe Case for a Dumb President
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