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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/January 28, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, January 21).
Date:1/20/2008

the environment and foreign policy, the next president's got issues. With Miami Bureau Chief Arian Campo-Flores, Research/Reporter Sarah Kliff, Senior Editor Michael Hirsh, Senior Editor Daniel Gross, Correspondent Jennifer Barrett, Correspondent Jamie Reno and Senior Editor Jerry Adler.

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"Daring to Touch the Third Rail" (p. 39). National Correspondent Allison Samuels reports that, Michelle Obama -- known as "The Closer" -- hasn't backed away from discussing race, thus becoming the point person in her husband's campaign to reach the African-American vote. Understandably nervous about the safety of her husband, "I tell people something bad could happen, and I think about that. How could you not?" she tells Newsweek. "But something great could happen as well."

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THE MONEY CULTURE: "To the Rich, From America" (p. 17). Senior Editor and Columnist Daniel Gross writes in a letter to America's wealthy, that despite tax breaks, cuts on the levies on dividends and capital gains, signs indicate that they are not doing their part to help the economy by spending in the U.S. "Just when the economy has started to take on water-and we don't know if we've just sprung a leak or we've hit an iceberg-it seems like the wealthy are piling into the lifeboats. So consider this a plea not to abandon us ... after all we've done for you, it's the least you can do," he writes.

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IRAQ: "The Great Moqtada Makeover" (p. 44). Baghdad Bureau Chief Babak Dehghanpisheh reports that U.S. commanders are engaged in talks with Shiite militants for the first time since 2003 about "splitting the seams" within Moqtada al-Sadr's Mahdi Army-the Shiite militia-and working with moderates in the gr
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