What happened on January 04, 2006
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The lesson Jack Abramoff taught me Doug Bandow, DOUG BANDOW'S commentaries and essays will be published in two collections by Town Forum Press in 2006.
Arrivederci, democracy Graham Allison, GRAHAM ALLISON, director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, was assistant secretary of Defense from 1993 to 1994.
The price of coal Bathsheba Monk, BATHSHEBA MONK's first collection of stories will be published by Farrar, Strauss & Giroux in May.
Strong Rebound Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
Defense Will Be the Key to Upset JAMES STREET, James Street was 20-0 as Texas' starter in 1968 and '69, the only quarterback in Longhorn history to win every game he started.
Being on the Road Isn't a Problem MICHAEL HUFF, Texas' Michael Huff is a senior All-American safety. He e-mailed The Times on Tuesday, writing about the Longhorns' preparations and his pregame routine.
Evening Kickoff Means a Long Day OSCAR LUA, Oscar Lua, USC's starting middle linebacker, is a fourth-year junior from Indio. He talked to Times staff writer Peter Yoon on Tuesday about his game-day routine and the build-up to today's Rose Bowl.
Team Is at Its Best in Big Moments MARCUS ALLEN, Marcus Allen, who in 1981 became USC's fourth Heisman Trophy winner, was college football's first 2,000-yard rusher and set 14 NCAA records. He played 16 seasons for the Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs and in 2003 was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Correct Change Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer