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'The Battle of Algiers' Released on DVD

Critic at large John Powers reviews The Battle of Algiers about the Algerian struggle for independence from the French in the '50s and '60s. The film was made nearly 40 years ago, and has a score by Ennio Morricone. It's just come out on DVD.

'The Battle of Algiers' Released on DVD

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Dan Seligson of the Election Reform Information Project

Dan Seligson is an editor at the Election Reform Information Project (electionline.org), a nonpartisan organization. He'll discuss their recent report, "Election Preview 2004: What's Changed, What Hasn't and Why."

Dan Seligson of the Election Reform Information Project

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'Chicago Tribune' Backs President Bush

Chicago is considered to be a Democratic city, yet The Chicago Tribune is endorsing President Bush. The paper received thousands of letters and e-mails in response. From the Tribune we speak with editorial page editor Bruce Dold, and letters editor Dodie Hofstetter.

'Chicago Tribune' Backs President Bush

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Author Interviews

A 'Darling' Novel from Russell Banks

Novelist Russell banks is the author of many works of fiction, Continental Drift, Rule of the Bone, Cloudsplitter, and Affliction and The Sweet Hereafter, both of which have been made into films. He speaks with Terry Gross about his latest novel, Darling.

A 'Darling' Novel from Russell Banks

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David Edelstein Review: 'Tarnation'

The new documentary Tarnation chronicles writer and director Jonathan Caouette's turbulent childhood with a mentally ill mother. He made the film on his home computer for just a few hundred dollars. Critic David Edelstein has a review.

David Edelstein Review: 'Tarnation'

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