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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/January 21, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, January 14)
Date:1/13/2008

08 election. "Not since James Carville helped Bill Clinton take the White House 16 years ago by reminding him 'it's the economy, stupid,' has the nation's economic state played such a key role in a presidential campaign," Gross writes. "Today, the nation is perilously close to sliding into a recession." With Special Correspondent Ashley R. Harris and Los Angeles Bureau Chief Andrew Murr.

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HEALTH FOR LIFE: "A Guide to Predicting Your Medical Future" (p. 59). General Editor Mary Carmichael and Correspondent Roxana Popescu offer a detailed guide to the medical exams you need, and those you can do without-in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond-in this installment of Newsweek's ongoing "Health for Life" series, in conjunction with Harvard Medical School. The package also looks at advances in personalized medicine-how your molecular structure means personalizing medicine for you.

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BOOKS: "Death of a Nation"(p. 76). Senior Editor Malcolm Jones reviews "The Republic of Suffering," a new book on the Civil War. "The horrific Civil War body count, estimated at 620,000 dead, is a well-known statistic. Less familiar, but of no less importance, is what all that dying did to the populations north and south of the Mason-Dixon line during the war and for decades to come. It is that gap in our understanding that historian (and Harvard president) Drew Gilpin Faust so brilliantly addresses," Jones writes.

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THE ARTS: "Lights, Camera, Austen"(p. 78). Senior Editor Cathleen McGuigan reviews "The Complete Jane Austen," a 10-week series of films based on all six novels airing on PBS's Masterpiece Theatre. "They have all the ingredients we've come to expect: lyrical landscapes
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