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Allegra Goodman

Craving the dark magic of science

By Allegra Goodman
August 25, 2008

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HOW QUICKLY we forget. In the aftermath of 9/11, after the memorials, the attacks on Afghanistan and Iraq, and the transit bombings in London and Madrid, the anthrax scare slipped from public consciousness. Now, long articles detail the results of a troubled investigation into the anonymous anthrax-tainted letters of the fall of 2001. (Full article: 711 words)

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