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Elsewhere on NRO today . . .

– Our expert panel knocks the nikab: Bennett, Charen, Chesler, McCarthy, Ottolenghi, and Pipes on the veil

– Wake-up Call: Stanley Kurtz on the conservative imperative

– Negron Who?: Byron York on the contender

– Hands Off Our Ovaries: K-Lo on stem cells

–“The Iron Curtain falls again”: Myrna Blyth remembers Budapest

–It’s a “Knowledge Economy,” Stupid: Jonah Goldberg on free markets

–Swing Ho: Boaz and Kirby draw in the center

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