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After the crash, the conundrum: To fight together, or to drift apart?

By Joanna Weiss
September 3, 2006

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Of course, it started with a plane crash. That's the first, most obvious way that ABC's ``Lost" has become TV's most prominent nod to our menacing new world. The tale of disparate characters, crashed on a tropical island, is full of overt references to the world we live in now. Through ``Lost," we get war-in-Iraq wish fulfillment: Sayid, the noblest ... (Full article: 534 words)

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