OpinionJournal – On the Editorial Page – November 29, 2007

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WSJ assistant editorial page editor James Freeman and Dan Henninger discuss Amazon’s new electronic-book reader and declines in voluntary reading.
November 29, 12:01 a.m.

TODAY ON OPINIONJOURNAL

On the Editorial Page
Abu Dhabi takes Manhattan–and Washington, too?
12:01 a.m. EST

Wonder Land BY DANIEL HENNINGER
Amazon debuts Kindle just as the National Endowment for the Arts says reading is fading.
12:01 a.m. EST

Leisure & Arts BY JOHN C. HULSMAN
What’s wrong with Michael Gerson’s “heroic conservatism.”
12:01 a.m. EST

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Review & Outlook

Citi of Arabia
Abu Dhabi takes Manhattan — and Washington, too?
Nov 29 2007
Cable Coup Foiled
FCC chair Kevin Martin has managed to alienate everybody.
Nov 29 2007
After Annapolis
President Bush comes to the task with some advantages.
Nov 29 2007

Commentary

Our Unsanitary Hospitals
Why do meat processors get more inspections than operating rooms?
By BETSY MCCAUGHEY
Nov 29 2007
Don’t Bail Out Fannie and Freddie
Government-backed lenders could be a bigger problem than the Savings and Loan crisis. Here’s why.
By PETER J. WALLISON
Nov 29 2007
What’s Next in Pakistan?
Mr. Musharraf hopes to play Nawaz Sharif against Benazir Bhutto.
By HUSAIN HAQQANI
Nov 29 2007

Notable & Quotable

Notable & Quotable
Norman Mailer thought Timothy Leary was wasting a generation.
Nov 29 2007

Wonder Land

Does Reading Matter?
Amazon debuts Kindle just as the NEA says reading is fading.
By DANIEL HENNINGER
Nov 29 2007


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