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For the Week of
June 30-July 7, 2004

Cover Story: Mock the Vote:
Think the 2000 election was the first time a president has won the White House after losing the popular vote? Think again! It wasn't even the first time an election has been won through tainted Florida recounts and controversial Supreme Court decisions. In honor of America's most patriotic holiday, here's a historical look at the worst election scandals and what they could mean for this election year.

Nüz: Lines stretched down Pacific Avenue this weekend for sold-out showings of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' at the Del Mar.

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Rev: Besides keeping your hands on the steering wheel, don't get out of the car and don't make any sudden movements.

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The Fire This Time: Part one of a two-part series taking a deeper look at the artistic and commercial success of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' and the hell-raising career of Michael Moore.

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McMurtry's Law: James McMurtry helps us clear up five popular misconceptions about live records, the universe and everything.

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Merry Planksters: Jim Denevan is literally taking his table on the bus for an anarchic Outstanding in the Field road trip.


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