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October 2006

Tuesday, October 31
Sally Kohn: Abandoning the See Saw of Centrism
George Monbiot: Drastic Action on Climate Change is Needed Now - and Here's the Plan
Molly Ivins: GOP Ineptitude and Some Advice for Dems
Miriam Pemberton: Poll: Fewer Guns, More Talk
Colleen Patrick-Goudreau: 'Humane Meat': From Cradle to Grave
Ben Beachy: Targeting Nicaraguans' Stomachs: The US's 11th-hour Elections Meddling
Gayle Brandeis: Walk in Their Shoes
Bob Burnett: Bush Losing Support of Military
Allison Fine: A New Bargain: YouTube Politics
HDS Greenway: Straying from a Failed Course
Pierre Tristam: Presidential Theme Park Would Be a Place of Serpents' Tongues
Danny Schechter: If You Are against the War, Take This Quiz
Bob Fitrakis/Harvey Wasserman: Could a New GOP Court Victory and Karl Rove's Attack on Ohio 2006 Doom the Democrats Nationwide?

Monday, October 30
Susan Lenfestey: Election Tick-Tock Tension
Ray McGovern: Bush The Cheerleader
Joe Galloway: Ruining America
Gary Younge: The Polls Predict a Huge Republican Defeat. The People Aren't So Sure
Geov Parrish: Progressives Won't Get Party Leadership, but Seniority Brings Committee Chairs
Ann Jones: What Are They Smoking? The Bush War on Afghan Drugs
Norman Solomon: How I Was Wrong About Thomas Friedman
Dana Fisher: Ending Rot in America's Grass Roots
Sean Gonsalves: Voting Just Isn't Enough
Robert Koehler: The Cry of Our Inner Gandhi
Robert Jensen: The Consequences of the Death of Empathy

Sunday, October 29
Bobbie Ann Mason: Pick Your Poison
Eric Margolis: The Final Say
Trudy Rubin: U.S. Blunders in Reconstructing Iraq Are Staggering
Jon Sawyer: Iran Sounds an Awful Lot Like Iraq
Linda McQuaig: The Real Problem is That it is Illegal for One Country to Invade Another Country
Robert Freeman: Bush's Economic Policies: Don't Look Behind the Curtain
Andrew Davison: GOP Digs Out '04 Strategy: Raising Fears
The Toronto Star: Big Human Footprint Crushing Fragile Earth

Saturday, October 28
Robert Kuttner: Hampering The Vote
Janet Street-Porter: Giving Wal-Mart Environmental Award is Obscene
Margaret Carlson: Military Tactics Have Changed, And Failed
John Nichols: The Swift Boating of Michael J. Fox
Ralph Nader: Bill Moyers For President
Christopher Brauchli: Circumstance and Proper Timing Give an Action its Character and Make it Either Good or Bad
Bryan Farrell: A Tale of Two Climate Change Stories

Friday, October 27
Jeff Cohen: How to Turn This Election Into a Progressive Mandate
Ruth Rosen: South Dakota, Sexual Politics, and the American Elections
Jeremy Scahill/Garrett Ordower: From Whitewater to Blackwater: Ken Starr, the Mercenaries' New Lawyer
William Hartung: We Arm the World
Ruth Conniff: The End of the Rove
George Lakoff: Staying the Course Right Over a Cliff
Maher Arar: The Horrors of 'Extraordinary Rendition'
Ira Chernoff: Why Are They Afraid to Call it 'Marriage'?
Tom Engelhardt: Fiasco Then, Fiasco Now: Why Baghdad Will Keep Burning
Mark Weisbrot: Pro-Ecuador Doesn't Mean Anti-US
Tony Norman: What Color is Your Hypocrisy?
John Dear: Joan Baez, After All These Years
Hubert Locke: Fear is Driving this Political Drama

Thursday, October 26
Jonathan Schell: The Torture Election
Frida Berrigan: Space War
Molly Ivins: A Campaign of Sleaze: Even by Limbaugh Standards, Recent Attack on Michael J. Fox is Several Levels Lower than Tacky
Hope Marston: On PATRIOT Act's Fifth Anniversary, We Celebrate the Resistance
Bob Burnett: One, Two, Three, What Are We Voting For?
Garrison Keillor: Bush Closes the Gap Between Freedom and Terror, but there is an Upside
Jeremy Rifkin: This Crop Revolution May Succeed Where GM Failed
David Moore:
Election Night from Hell: A 'Fair and Balanced' Fox News?
Elizabeth Sullivan: Nothing's Changed for Bush 's 'New' Slant on Iraq? Nothing's Changed, of Course
Timothy Garton Ash: If We Miss This Last Chance, Then Our Soldiers Will Have Died in Vain
Matthew Rothschild: Bush Thinks if He Uses the Word "Victory" Enough Times, He Wins in Iraq
Bob Fitrakis/Harvey Wasserman: Will Ken Blackwell Find the Ways to Steal Ohio 2006 as He Did in 2004?

Wednesday, October 25
Daniel Ellsberg: The Next War: Public in the Dark about Government's Plans for War in Iran
Robert Scheer: Enron's Enablers Go Unpunished
Theo Stein: President Bush: 'We've Never Been "Stay the Course"'
Katrina vanden Heuvel: John Hall: He's Still the One
Rev Kathleen McTigue/Rabbi Donna Berman: Torture And The Nation's Soul
Jonathan Freedland: When It Comes to Global Warming, Market Rule Poses a Mortal Danger
Dick Meyer: Bush No Longer A 'Stay The Course' Guy
John Nichols: Paul Wellstone's Prescient Politics
Tom Engelhardt: Losing the Home Front: The Bush Administration's War of the Images
Heather Wokusch: How the Bush Family Makes a Killing from George's Presidency
Matthew Rothschild: Two Rows Over a T-Shirt with Arabic on It
Simon Jenkins: We Have Turned Iraq Into the Most Hellish Place on Earth

Tuesday, October 24
Jeff Cohen: Let's Challenge TV's Lockout of Progressives
Nancy Snow: Truth and Arrogance
Molly Ivins: It's Good to Be the Richest of the Rich
Pierre Tristam: Bush Presidency and Bin Laden: Each Needs Other for Legitimacy
William Greider: Endgame in Iraq
Patch Adams: On November 7, Be Smart: Vote for Love
Howard Zinn: Why War Fails
George Lakoff: Reframing: Words to Reclaim
Richard Gwyn: Baker Signals U.S. Exit from Iraq
George Monbiot: The Disneyfication of War Allows us to Ignore its Real Savagery
Timothy Karr: Net Neutrality: NY Times Op-Ed: Stranger than Fiction
Hope Ferdowsian/Susan Levin: Fish Still Not a Healthy Choice
Danny Schechter: Those Vietnam Parallels
Eugene Robinson: The Iraq War in a New Light

Monday, October 23
Will Braun: The Super-Powered Gospel: Evangelical Sabre-Rattling Doesn't Advance Global Understanding
Bill McKibben: How Close to Catastrophe? Saving the Planet Will Require Community Effort
Sally Kohn: I Learned It By Watching You: Countries that Have Nukes Teach Other Countries to Have Nukes
Norman Solomon: Channeling Thomas Friedman
James Carroll: A Time to Remember Our Own Mortality
Jeff Milchen/Stacy Mitchell: Wal-Mart's Drug Deal
Diane Steen: Our Most Precious Resource Isn't Oil
Michael Phillips: Still Resolved to Tell Palestinians' Story
Dave Lindorff: Time for Truth and Consequences
Cindy Sheehan: Is it Vietnam Yet?
Peter Rothberg: Abortion Battle in South Dakota
Cesar Chelala: The Global Plight of the Girl Combat Soldier

Sunday, October 22
Saul David: History Warns Us to Withdraw: The Tet Offensive Helped to Turn US Opinion Against the Vietnam War
Adil Shamoo: What Has Invasion Unleashed in Iraqis?
Robert Freeman: Is Iraq Another Vietnam? It is Already Lost
Joan Vennochi: What's Really Going on in Iraq
Howard Rodman: McCarthyism Without Habeas Corpus
Elizabeth Sullivan: Going it Alone Loses its Appeal
Milton Glaser: Protesting in Pictures: Appealing to the Visual Sense Has Long Been a Key Component of Dissent

Saturday, October 21
Helen Caldicott: The Way the World Ends
Greg Palast: Recipe for a Cooked Election
Pierre Tristam: The American Way of Gore: Casualties of War: Dead, Buried and Discarded
Christopher Brauchli: Corporate Incompetence Run Amok in Iraq? Whatever.
Ed Kociela: Osama New Poster Boy for the GOP
Ralph Nader: The Messianic Militarist in the White House

Friday, October 20
Kevin Tillman: After Pat's Birthday: Kevin Tillman Honors Late Brother's Birthday with Plea to Speak up for Democracy
Rosa Brooks: Hillary Hits Bottom
Robert Dreyfuss: Will a Coup Unravel Iraq?
Helen Thomas: Law Legalizes Shameful Treatment
David Cook: Bill Clinton, George Bush and Craig Scott: Nation's Leaders Mislead Youth by Preaching Peace, Practicing War
Ruth Conniff: Voters are Ready to Reject Republicans--But Can Democrats Get in Front?
Marie Cocco: Principled Resignation Carries Weight
Staughton Lynd: Soldiers of Conscience
Patrick McElwee: Justifying War with Iran: A False Strategy for Nuclear Nonproliferation
Jonathan Steele: There is Never Going to be a NATO Victory in Afghanistan
The Nation: The War and the Election

Thursday, October 19
Keith Olbermann: 'Beginning of the End of America'
Elizabeth Sullivan: Vietnam & Iraq: Another 'Bright Shining Lie'
Molly Ivins: Don't Count the Republicans Out
Nomi Prins: Greasing the Skids: How the Republicans Can Manipulate Oil Prices for Political Gain
Amy Hagopian: War Makes Public Health Work Risky
Mark Riley: Media Mind Game
Laurie King: It is Time to Face War's Devastation at Home
Thom Hartmann/Lamar Waldron: JFK's Biggest Secret Revealed -- But Will Congress Keep History from Repeating Itself?
Sidney Blumenthal: Now the Religious Right Has Turned Against the Republican Congress, the Great Revolution is Over
John Brady Kiesling: How to Win Back Our Allies
Stephen Castle: America Intends to Claim a New Empire: Space

Wednesday, October 18
Robert Scheer: The Killing Fields of Iraq
Theo Stein: In November, Remember: Character Counts
Tom Engelhardt: November Surprise? Why Hasn't Mainstream Media Connected the Dots Between Saddam's Judgment Day and the Midterm Elections?
Fitrakis/Wasserman: A Loaves & Fishes/Holy Ghost Victory for the GOP in November?
Kate Doyle: The Dead of Tlatelolco
Martha Burk: Corporate Leaders Still Demean Women
Michael Simmons: An Open Letter to Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner
Heather Wokusch: Poisoning US Troops: Anthrax, Lies and Vaccines
Ari Melber: Netroots Challenge Dems' Electoral Strategy
Greg Grandin: Still Dancing to Ollie's Tune, Will the Democrats Blow It Again as They Did in 1986
Matthew Rothschild: Bush Betrays Democracy and Truth in Signing Military Commissions Act
John Nichols: Voting for Impeachment
Danny Schechter: Crime is on TV, but TV is often The Bigger Crime
Simon Jenkins: America has Finally Taken on the Grim Reality of Iraq

Tuesday, October 17
Bill Moyers/Scott Fogdall: Against An Imperial Internet
Bob Edgar: 1974, a Political Rout for Democrats
William Pfaff: An Irresistible Invitation
Molly Ivins: Iraq Follows Vietnam Model
Jesse Jackson: Health Care Scandal has Real Victims
John Nichols: Bush Plays Politics with Iraqi Dead
Rosa Maria Pegueros: A Priest, A Rabbi And A Minister Walk Into A Bar.
Pierre Tristam: Pamuk's Fiction Illuminates a Central Problem of our Time
HDS Greenway: A Foreign Policy Meltdown
George Monbiot: The Courts are Starting to Accept that the War Against Iraq is a Crime
Cindy Sheehan: Playing the Numbers Game

Monday, October 16
Gwynne Dyer: More Deadly Than Saddam
Michael Klare: Beware Empires in Decline
James Carroll: The Makings of a Nuclear Standoff
Ruben Garcia/Andrea Buffa: Watch Out Wal-Mart! Mexican Progressives Target Wal-Mart After Its Involvement in the Presidential Election
Bernestine Singley: 'Ghetto Fabulous Party': Steeped in Stupid
Jay Bookman: It's Time to Face Harsh Reality in Iraq
Gary Younge: Forget Iraq and Guantánamo; This is About the Bottle and The Zipper
Michael Schwartz: The More Force You Use, the Less Effective You Are
Jorge Hirsch: Voting Against Nuclear War with Iran
Sean Gonsalves: Good People - Bad Government?
Neal Peirce: Those Shady State Initiatives
Kevin Sweeney: Running With Blinders
Michael McCarthy: The PM Must Choose... Air Travel or Cuts to Greenhouse Gases

Sunday, October 15
Mary Riddell: It's Time To Say Sorry For Iraq's Agony
Les Payne: Bush's Rube Ruse Just Won't Cut It
Joseph Cirincione: Bush Unleashes the Nuclear Beast
Patrick Cockburn: The General Was Far Too Gentle
Walden Bello: Microcredit, Macro Problems
Steven Laffoley: Are We Numb to Numbers?
Ken Waldman: George W. Bush as Formalist Poet: Where Political Commentary Meets Art
Paul Rogat Loeb: Foley's Meltdown - The Seductions of Clicking
Eric Margolis: Life Risked to Speak the Truth
Andrew Rawnsley: America is Finally Revolting Against the Republicans

Saturday, October 14
Dilip Hiro: One Eye on the Polls
Stephen Zunes: Afghanistan: Five Years Later
Robert Kuttner: Cleaning Up The Mess
Simon Tisdall: Price Of a Broken Deal
Ralph Nader: Woes for New York Yankees
Patrick Cockburn: Why Dannatt is Right About the Forces of Occupation
Jonathan Schell: Shock Waves From Kilju
Matthew Rothschild: Peace Activists Beware: Homeland Security May Be Reading Your E-Mail, and Passing it on to the Pentagon
Christopher Brauchli: Bush's Lincoln Group: Pig Back at the Trough

Friday, October 13
Swati Gauri Sharma: How Gandhi Got His Mojo Back
Rosa Brooks: A Good Week for the Axis of Evil
Ira Chernus: Iraq and North Korea: A Tale of Two Stories
Molly Ivins: Dear Leaders
Joseph Gerson: Preventing Nuclear War in Korea
Jeffrey Chester: The Google YouTube Tango
Tony Norman: When Government Snoops, All Groups Should be Afraid
Brigitte Schön: "The Air-Conditioned Nightmare" Revisited - and A Few Questions
Pervez Hoodbhoy: Musharraf's Coup - Seven Years Later
Brecher/Costello/Smith: US Corporations Are Opposing New Rights for Chinese Workers
Timothy Karr: Mega-Merger vs. Internet Freedom
Helen Thomas: Finding a Way to Get Bush off the Hook
Ryan Blethen: Media Biggies Shouldn't be Allowed to Get Bigger

Thursday, October 12
Norman Solomon: The Pundit Path for Death in Iraq
Elizabeth de la Vega: Who Said All Roads Lead to Karl?
Garrison Keillor: Is the Current Occupant the Columbus of Our Time?
Richard Horton: This Terrible Misadventure Has Killed One in 40 Iraqis
Abrahan Paulos: You Can Thank Industrial Agriculture for E. Coli
Helena Cobban: Bush Created a Mess in Iraq. Here's How to Clean It up.
Ted Rall: The End of the US as a Civilized Nation
George Lakoff: A Call for Progressive Unity
Allison Fine: Connected Age Gives Power to Peoples
Gwynne Dyer: North Korea's Leader Is Cagey, Not Crazy
Scot Lehigh: A Fundamental Right in Danger

Wednesday, October 11
Andrew Gumbel: Americans Want It All, and Hang the Consequences
Ron Kovic: Breaking the Silence of the Night
Mark Weisbrot/Robert Naiman: Yes, It Is Possible to Stop War with Iran
Cesar Chelala: Lebanon's Ambient Clusters of Death
Joyce Marcel: Our Daily Lives Don't Amount to a Hill of Beans in the Face of Nuclear War
Jackson Katz: Coverage of the "School Shootings" Avoids the Central Issue
Tom Engelhardt: Bush to Kim: Thank You!
Robert Scheer: Dear Leader Brings It On
Matthew Rothschild: Bush Still in North Korean Fantasy Land
David Bacon: Farmworkers' Plight: No Fruits for Their Labor
Marilyn Gardner: 1. Make List of Dreams. 2. Start to Live Them.

Tuesday, October 10
Pierre Tristam: A Democratic Perspective of War Requires a Clear Look at its Worst
Jeremy Rifkin: Virtual Companionship
Kathy Kelly: When Evil Doing Comes Like Falling Rain
Mark Weisbrot: Bush Administration Has Done Much to Provoke Hostility at UN
Rosa Maria Pegueros: North Korea: Tomorrow May Never Come
Ed Garvey: Dems Shouldn't be Sitting on Their Lead
Molly Ivins: The Not-So-Great Texas Gubernatorial Debate
George Monbiot: The Freshwater Boom is Over. Our Rivers Are Starting to Run Dry
Jamie Court: Less Corporate Money, More Voters
John Nichols: Reject Vengeance in Death Penalty Vote
Nat Hentoff: McCain Bends Principles
Jesse Jackson: Foley Scandal has Republican Politicians Running for Cover-Up
Tom Engelhardt: George Bush's War of the Words
Bob Burnett: Savage America

Monday, October 9
Chris Hedges: Bush's Nuclear Apocalypse
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Death of a Courageous Journalist
Norman Solomon: Welcome to the Nuclear Club
Tom Barry: The Politics of Fear
Andrew Simms: The Human Race is Living Beyond Its Means
Neal Peirce: Time to Become a "Locavore"
Heather Wokusch: North Korea's Nuclear Test and Bush's FUBAR Foreign Policy
Dave Lindorff: Free Linda Greenhouse! Free the Press!
Terri Grayum: What's in a Number? A Silent, yet Visible, Reminder of the Human Toll in Iraq
Danny Schechter: The Murder of Anna P: A Blow to Humanity
Fitrakis/Wasserman: Why is the Man Who Stole Ohio Campaigning with a White Supremacist?

Sunday, October 8
Mary Robinson: Taking Aim at Weapons Trade
David Morris: What Would Wellstone Have Done? He Would Have Fought.
Alice Rothchild: Mideast Chaos, Grief Resound in the Air
Cindy Sheehan: A Nation Still at War
Ed Kociela: Bob Woodward Sees the Light
John Nichols: The Problem With the Mark Foley Problem
Sam Bahour: We Can't Go Home Again
Victoria Braithwaite: That Fish You Caught Was in Pain
Marie Cocco: Scandal Rises, Outrage Doesn't
Catherine Lutz: A US 'Invasion' of Korea

Saturday, October 7
Helen Thomas: Past Comes Back to Haunt Us in Form of Kissinger
Robert Kuttner: Same Song, Different Scandal
Sean Gonsalves: The 'Cut and Run' of Bombing
Henry Porter: Why We Are Still Getting It So Wrong in the 'War on Terror'
Peter Bosshard: World Bank Shuts Out Dissident Voices
Christopher Brauchli: The Man Who Came To Dinner
Ralph Nader: The Army and Marine Corps Field Manual on Iraq: Options for Revision
Maureen Dowd: Death by Instant Message
Paul Krugman: A Brutal Way with Wages

Friday, October 6
Keith Olbermann: A Special Comment About Lying
Sally Kohn: What the Amish are Teaching America
Corporate Crime Reporter: Thirty-Seven Reasons to Vote for Big Business
Sarah Anderson: The Forgotten Enron Enablers
Molly Ivins: Return of the War Criminal
David Goodman: Military Recruiters Work Hard to Leave No Child off Their Lists
Katha Pollitt: Foley's IMbroglio
David Rupel: US Must Follow Nuremberg Code
Rosa Brooks: Think Foley is Bad? Republican Policies have Harmed Millions of American Kids
Robert Dreyfuss: Coup In Iraq?
Ellen Goodman: Courtesy of GOP, Voters Finally Get 'It'
Tony Norman: For Scandals, Iraq War Outpaces Foley
Paula Wall: Following Example of Berrigans
Bill Johnson: Protester Prevailed, but the 'Chill' Lingers

Thursday, October 5
Frida Berrigan: War or Rumors of War?
Bill C. Davis: Bush Talked Dirty to the Country. Investigate Bush
Peter Barnes: Slicing up the Earth's Atmosphere for Corporate Profit
Carol Norris: The Radical Right, the Myth of the Gay Child Abuser, and You
Tom Gallagher: Democrats and America's Wars
Tom Engelhardt: $20 Million for Premature Celebration
Brynne Keith-Jennings: Rep. Burton in Nicaragua: Speaking Loudly and Carrying the Same Big Stick
Smith/Brecher/Costello: China's Emerging Labor Movement
Matthew Rothschild: Criticizing Cheney to His Face Is Assault?
Stephen Walt: Misreading the Tea Leaves: US Missteps on Foreign Policy
John Dugard: Despite the 'Withdrawal', the Siege of Gaza Goes on
Pat Holt: On Every Level, the Iraq War is Hurting America
David Link: The Gay Problem in the GOP

Wednesday, October 4
William Pfaff: A Disaster by Any Measure
Shirin Ebadi: People Hold Promise for Peace
Jess Hunter-Bowman: Here's Why Chávez Is So Mad
Elizabeth de la Vega: Pardon Me? Scooter Libby's Trial Strategy
Heather Wokusch: Now That You Could be Labeled an Enemy Combatant...
Phyllis Bennis: Just Say No to War in Iran
Carla Seaquist: Bush's Torture Policy Hurts our Soldiers
Ira Chernus: Neocons may be Down, not Out, with a Nuclear Iran
Robert Scheer: Rice More Sordid Than Foley
Erin Aubry Kaplan: Juan Williams, Turncoat
Ruth Conniff: To Combat School Violence, Clamp Down on Guns and Hysteria
Roger Hickey: A Political Advertising Strategy Backfires
Thea Paneth: Requiem For My Country
Joyce Marcel: You Mean Silence Isn't Golden Anymore?

Tuesday, October 3
Bill Moyers: Lincoln Weeps
Jeff Cohen: Is Olbermann on Thin Ice?
Mark LeVine: The American Republic Died Last Week. At Least the First One
Noam Chomsky: Latin America Declares Independence
John MacArthur: Clinton Democrats Want Money More Than Votes
Pierre Tristam: Precedents of Public Service and Far Less by Ex-Presidents
Jesse Jackson: Bush Crowd Can't Get Us out of Iraq
Mark Crispin Miller: Our Rigged Elections: The Elephant in the Polling Booth
Bill C. Davis: The Foley Case: Cause and Effect vs. Judgment
Tom Hayden: Blind To Iraq's Majority
John Brown: The First Lady & Torture: Reading The Brothers Karamazov by a Houston Swimming Pool
Sami Abdel-Shafi: The Strife of a People Stripped of Dignity
Kevin Watkins: The Forgotten Other India
Andrew Bacevich: The Cold War Inside the Pentagon

Monday, October 2
Anne McIlroy: Tortured Canadian Wins Battle for Truth
James Carroll: An Enemy and War Born from Ignorance
Medea Benjamin: Four Years of CODEPINK Rabble-Rousing for Peace
Jeff Milchen: A Blow Against the Corporate Empire
Norman Solomon: Iraq Is Not a Quagmire
Jon Wiener: CIA-FBI Cooperation: The Case of John Lennon
Nick Turse: With Friends Like These: The Militarization of MySpace
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Rigging the News in Iraq
John Atcheson: The Enemy Within and the Gift of Fear
Andrew Bard Schmookler: Get a Grip America! It's Dangerous for a People to be Ruled by Fear
The Daily Texan: Bringing the War Home
Gary Younge: Let's Have an Open and Honest Discussion about White People
Neal Peirce: Is Your Vote Being Counted?
David Francis: Are We Rich If We Don't Feed the Poor?

Sunday, October 1
John Robbins: The Health Costs of Wealth Inequality
Sean Gonsalves: October Surprise: Trick or Treat?
John Cox: Bush Uses the Word Fascism to Mislead
Nicole Brodeur: Her Hunger for Peace
Robert Kuttner: The John McCain Charade
Matt Tabbi: I, Left Gatekeeper
Charlie Cray: House Stages Sham Hearings on Iraq Contracts as Heat Rises on War Profiteers
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Doolittle for Democracy
John Nichols: Hastert's Living A Lie
Moazzam Begg: No 'Holiday' in Guantanamo
Jacqueline Marcus: The Medieval Detainee Bill: An Uncivilized People
John Dear: The Santa Fe Nine


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