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Issue Date:April 2001; Vol 135, No 4
IN THIS ISSUE:-
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COVER: ALEX RODRIGUEZ is UNDERPAID.
JACKPOT! When Alex Rodriguez signed the richestcontract in pro sports, baseball officials and the media saw twothings: the ruin of the game and -- in the form of A-Rod's agent,Scott Boras -- the devil. What they didn't see was the promiseof a new golden age for an ailingsport. BY SCOTT RAAB.
THE BASEBALL FALLACIES: Players salaries aredestroying the game, and small-market teams are good forbaseball. Or is it the other way around? BY KEN KURSON.
JULIA ROBERTS (AN APPRECIATION): Five admirers try touncloak the mystique of the one true movie star of our time. BY JAMES GANDOLFINI, ROGER EBERTI, RALPH NADERI STEVENSODERBERGHI AND MIKE SAGER. [With drawings and photos]
WHAT I'VE LEARNED: Kirk Douglas talks aboutpoverty, sin, religion, raising kids, and getting old: "So what ifmy stroke left me with a speech impediment? Moses had one,and he did all right!" INTERViEWED BY MIKE SAGER.
THE DIGITAL MAN, 2003: Your wristtop computerwill be voice-activated, you'll pay fora meal withyour PDA,and your dashboard will read your e-mail to you. The very airyou breathe is about to be fat with data. BY GARETH BRAN WYN.
THE CRUSADER: Long before the rest of us firstheard about Firestones unraveling on the road, Bruce Kasterwas on a mission, filing lawsuits, spreadingthe word aboutfaulty radial tires. The industry thought it could outspendhim and outlast him. Not this country lawyer. BY SEAN FLYNN.
THINGS A MAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT LOSING IT ALL: The tax advantages of a capital loss, the firststeps to take after being fired, and a good three-dollar vino: Esquire's guide to your adjusted economic forecast.
THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE THOUGHT WEKNEW IT: A year ago, the new economy died. What comes next?The Buzzard, the Rabbi, and the Grim Reaper. BY RON SUSKIND.
PLUS: Regular features, columns, departments, fashion, Charles Pierce, Ken Kurson, Tom Carson, Scott Anderson, David Means, A. J. Jacobs, and MORE!
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