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newspaper cover For the Week of
October 22-28, 1998

Cover: Election Vivisection
Metro's analysis of the county measures and local races and faces in the Nov. 3 showdown. Plus, Santa Clara County's charter amendments.

A Governor for the People: Metro endorses Gray Davis.

The Guvs and God: Two Catholic boys are vying for California's top post, but they don't score equal points with the church.

Right and Fong: Public perception has run amok--but don't be fooled. Barbara Boxer is no flaming liberal, and Matt Fong is no moderate Republican.

The Fine Print: A voter's guide to the state's plethora of propositions.

Voters Cheat Sheet: Metro's voting recommendations in a handy ballot box guide.


News:
Public Eye: Sheriff wannabes exchange fire.


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Max-imum Visibility: Thirty years after he defined a whole era with his art, Peter Max still creates indelible, including the piece on Metro's cover this week.

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The Whigs' New Party: One long sexy groove makes 1965 a treat for Afghan Whigs fanatics.

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Why Be 'Happiness'?: Happiness and Pleasantville differ not in theme but in attitude.

Magnum Verse: Poetry trumps violence in Marc Levin's Slam.

Porn to Lose: A Mormon becomes a smut-fighting superhero in porn spoof Orgazmo.

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In a Jam: In the kitchen, self-preservation can sometimes put a lid on common sense.


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