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Newsweek 'Photo Illustration' of Martha Stewart Stirs Debate

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The subtitle of Newsweek's current cover story on Martha Stewart says, "After Prison She's Thinner and Ready for Prime Time." But the magazine's table of contents reveals Martha's head was placed on someone else's body. Robert Siegel talks with Lynn Staley, assistant managing editor at Newsweek.

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