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Tuesday, October 2, 2001
James Carroll
Mahatma Gandhi's Unfinished Work
WHEN ITALIAN prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, a self-appointed spokesman for the West, asserted last week the ''superiority of our civilization,'' one wonders what Mahatma Gandhi would have made of...
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Saturday, September 29, 2001
Arundhati Roy
The Algebra of Infinite Justice
In the aftermath of the unconscionable September 11 suicide attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, an American newscaster said: "Good and evil rarely manifest themselves as clearly as...
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Arundhati Roy
The Algebra of Infinite Justice
In the aftermath of the unconscionable September 11 suicide attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, an American newscaster said: "Good and evil rarely manifest themselves as clearly as...
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Friday, September 28, 2001
John Buell
Patriotism, Democracy, and Dissent
"I am an American." These words hauntingly recur in a recent Advertising Council campaign. The voices and faces reflect some of the race, nationality, age, and gender classifications in our official...
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Wednesday, September 26, 2001
Laurel Wamsley
Granfalloons, Toy Balloons, and American Flags
The tragic events of Tuesday, September 11 have changed everything: things we took as givens are now as distant as the careless days of summer. Our most famous skyline has been chopped down; our...
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Laurel Wamsley
Granfalloons, Toy Balloons, and American Flags
The tragic events of Tuesday, September 11 have changed everything: things we took as givens are now as distant as the careless days of summer. Our most famous skyline has been chopped down; our...
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Tuesday, September 25, 2001
Barbara Kingsolver
And Our Flag Was Still There
MY DAUGHTER came home from kindergarten and announced, "Tomorrow we all have to wear red, white and blue." "Why?" I asked, trying not to sound wary. "For all the people that died when the airplanes...
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Tom Turnipseed
Merchants of Death Make Money From Killing
While the dead and missing toll rose toward 7000 people and the stock market suffered it's largest week's loss since the great depression due to the terrorist attack on the symbols of U.S. economic...
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Amber Amundson
A Widow's Plea for Non-Violence
My husband, Craig Scott Amundson, of the U.S. Army lost his life in the line of duty at the Pentagon on Sept. 11 as the world looked on in horror and disbelief. Losing my 28-year-old husband and...
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Amber Amundson
A Widow's Plea for Non-Violence
My husband, Craig Scott Amundson, of the U.S. Army lost his life in the line of duty at the Pentagon on Sept. 11 as the world looked on in horror and disbelief. Losing my 28-year-old husband and...
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James Carroll
God Wills It? No, God Doesn't
WHEN PRESIDENT BUSH used the term ''crusade'' last week, his spokespeople quickly disavowed it, and with good reason. But far from being a long-ago history that we can blithely abjure, the Crusades...
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Monday, September 24, 2001
Huck Gutman
Changing US view of Pakistan
In these difficult days, when the roads ahead are unclear, one writes with a sense of great humility. Even the past, to an American observer such as myself, is neither so clear or certain as it...
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Sunday, September 23, 2001
Barbara Kingsolver
A Pure, High Note of Anguish
TUCSON -- I want to do something to help right now. But I can't give blood (my hematocrit always runs too low), and I'm too far way to give anybody shelter or a drink of water. I can only give words...
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Barbara Lee
Why I Opposed the Resolution to Authorize Force
ON SEPT. 11, terrorists attacked the United States in an unprecedented and brutal manner, killing thousands of innocent people, including the passengers and crews of four aircraft. Like everyone...
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US Rep Barbara Lee
Why I Opposed the Resolution to Authorize Force
ON SEPT. 11, terrorists attacked the United States in an unprecedented and brutal manner, killing thousands of innocent people, including the passengers and crews of four aircraft. Like everyone...
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Saturday, September 22, 2001
Maurice Sher
Make War on War
As a proud U.S. citizen and U.S. Army war veteran, I must speak up and tell our nation's leaders: "Don't perpetuate the cycle of violence"
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Jacob Levich
Bush's Orwellian Address: Happy New Year! It's 1984
Seventeen years later than expected, 1984 has arrived. In his address to Congress Thursday, George Bush effectively declared permanent war -- war without temporal or geographic limits; war without...
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Jacob Levich
Bush's Orwellian Address: Happy New Year! It's 1984
Seventeen years later than expected, 1984 has arrived. In his address to Congress Thursday, George Bush effectively declared permanent war -- war without temporal or geographic limits; war without...
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Friday, September 21, 2001
Huck Gutman
Crash Course in Global Relations
AT a time when many are in despair, there is a new ray of hope. The US President has gone back to school. What George W Bush underwent this weekend at Camp David would be the envy of Harvard or Yale...
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Jacob Levich
Bush's Orwellian Address: Happy New Year. It's 1984
Seventeen years later than expected, 1984 has arrived. In his address to Congress Thursday, George Bush effectively declared permanent war -- war without temporal or geographic limits; war without...
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Thursday, September 20, 2001
Jeff Cohen
Rule of Law vs. Rule of War: Are Media Missing the Lesson of Oklahoma City?
Many media voices are enlisting in the push toward war. CBS anchor Dan Rather seemed more soldier than reporter on Monday's Letterman show when he endorsed the war drive and added: "George Bush is...
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Wednesday, September 19, 2001
Tamim Ansary
Bomb Afghanistan to Stone Age? It's Been Done
SAN FRANCISCO -- Last week I heard a lot of talk about "bombing Afghanistan back to the Stone Age." Ronn Owens, on KGO Talk Radio, allowed that this would mean killing innocent people, but "we're at...
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Sunday, September 16, 2001
Jonathan Schell
Worst Case: Nuclear Arms in a New World
NEW YORK -- On Tuesday morning, a piece was torn out of our world. A patch of blue sky that should not have been there opened up in the New York skyline. In my neighborhood - I live eight blocks from...
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Robert Fisk
Bush is Walking Into a Trap
Retaliation is a trap. In a world that was supposed to have learnt that the rule of law comes above revenge, President Bush appears to be heading for the very disaster that Osama bin Laden has laid...
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John Buell
Apocalypse Now?
In apocalyptic tones, the media now tell us that life will never be the same after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Towers and the Pentagon. They are surely right in one sense. Plane travel is...
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Saturday, September 15, 2001
Howard Zinn
Violence Doesn't Work
The images on television have been heartbreaking. People on fire leaping to their deaths from a hundred stories up. People in panic and fear racing from the scene in clouds of dust and smoke. We knew...
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Huck Gutman
An American Tragedy
A stunned United States, transfixed by images of horror and tragedy, has entered a new era. I write on the day following that tragedy from a country in which, to echo the poet William Butler Yeats,...
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Jeff Cohen
Remembering The Last US Retaliation Against Terror
Nothing will ever be the same, we're told, after the cataclysmic terrorism of 911. Yet some things seem unchanged in the media -- such as the pundit clamor for retaliation against someone, somewhere...
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James Carroll
We Need the Rule of Law, Not the Rule of War
HOW WE LOVE our country! For days now, we Americans, while mourning and shuddering, have felt the accumulating weight of our patriotic devotion. We are joined in the shocking recognition of what a...
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Friday, September 14, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
An Eye for An Eye?
Four commercial airliners hijacked by suicidal terrorists and turned into weapons of mass destruction killed thousands of U.S. citizens at the World Trade Center In New York City, the Pentagon in...
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Steve Niva
Addressing the Sources of Middle Eastern Violence Against the United States
éIn the wake of the immense tragedy of the recent attacks on American soil it is difficult to get beyond the horror and shock of what has just happened and engage in serious reflection on the sources...
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Saturday, September 8, 2001
Huck Gutman
Bush's Stem Cell Policy: A Biological Confidence Game
On the streets of America's larger cities small-time scoundrels used to play a game called 'three-card monte.' The game used three cards, one an ace. The cards were displayed face up to onlookers,...
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Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
September in Washington, D.C.
This year, at the end of September, the maturing anti-corporate globalization movement is poised to make history. During the fall meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank,...
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Tuesday, September 4, 2001
James Carroll
History Teaches, But Will We Learn?
SOMETIMES A CIGAR is only a cigar, so Freud said, but there was a time when a cigarette was anything but. Nothing embodied the chaos of Europe's destroyed economy after World War II more dramatically...
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Jeff Cohen
The CIA Goes Primetime on CBS
In a country where separation of media and state is so valued, should a TV network allow a government agency to have an editorial role in how that agency is portrayed on the air? The question is...
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Saturday, September 1, 2001
John Buell
Corporate Crime or Business as Usual?
Fresh out of graduate school 25 years ago I was offered a job as a summer intern by Erwin Knoll, the editor of The Progressive magazine. Erwin could be cantankerous and opinionated, a quality that...
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Friday, August 31, 2001
Molly Ivins
Deregulation: High Prices, Bad Service
Where there is greed, there is no vision.
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Tuesday, August 28, 2001
John Buell
Nature, Technology and Stem Cell Politics
George Bush is confident he has crafted a complete solution to the stem cell controversy, one that faithfully reflects nature and the sanctity of human life. Advocates of stem cell research are...
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Sean Gonsalves
Was Gandhi Anti-Semitic?
Imagine if some radical black revolutionary blew up a cafe back in the 1950s amid calls for the destruction of white America in response to a string of lynchings. Now imagine the U.S. Army occupying...
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Friday, August 24, 2001
Molly Ivins
More Foxes
Bush Continues to Put Corporate Types in Federal Agencies
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Monday, August 20, 2001
Huck Gutman
Changes of Historic Magnitude
THIRTY years ago American novelist Norman Mailer lyrically described that subtle moment when day slides into night: "And the afternoon takes a turn and is different having just passed through one of...
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Friday, August 17, 2001
Bernie Sanders
U.S. Needs A Political Revolution
In the midst of the summer congressional recess, Congressman Bernie Sanders asserted today that the United States needs nothing less than a “political revolution” that will revitalize American...
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Tuesday, July 31, 2001
Nancy Snow
Genoa Protesters: Your Image Needs Work
THE FIX is in. Activists in Genoa, you were framed. You know that the world missed out on your message of social justice and saw only melee, chaos and confusion at the Group of Eight summit in Italy...
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James Carroll
Where the Soul Meets the Sea
THE MOST RECENT census, with an ever greater percentage of the population concentrating itself on the continent's two coasts, underscores a peculiar impulse of the American species. Why do so many...
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John Buell
Global Warming vs. Our Economic Health
Last week, I was struck by a curious coincidence. On the day the Bush administration condemned the rest of the world for global warming agreements, the Environmental Protection Agency issued another...
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Friday, July 27, 2001
Molly Ivins
Who's 'Scare-Mongering' Now on Social Security?
AUSTIN, Texas — I'm afraid Karl Rove's timing is off: You can't pass a huge tax cut tilted heavily toward the rich and then announce Social Security is about to go belly-up. People make the...
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Monday, July 23, 2001
Katharine Ainger
The Movement Against Economic Globalization: Coming to a Town Near You
Plenty of old hands were saying someone would die at Genoa. The signs were clear in the escalating militarization on both sides. But the members of the Landless Movement of Brazil (MST) could tell...
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Sunday, July 22, 2001
Bianca Jagger
America the Unbeautiful: If President Bush refuses to change himself, we must do it for him
George W Bush has abdicated the leadership role America once enjoyed. He has walked away from his international obligations, tearing up international treaties like the Kyoto Protocol and ABM treaty,...
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Friday, July 20, 2001
Helen Thomas
Bush Wants to Dump Treaties
Unilateralism adds up to isolationism, which is based on arrogance. There is something about a treaty -- especially an arms treaty -- that the Bush administration doesn't like. Now that the Cold War...
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Norman Solomon
Katharine Graham and History: Slanting the First Draft
Some time before he committed suicide 38 years ago, leaving the Washington Post Co. in the hands of his widow Katharine, publisher Philip Graham described journalism as "the first draft of history."...
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Tuesday, July 17, 2001
James Carroll
Israeli Bulldozers Won't Win Peace
THE EXPECTATION of peace in the Middle East was based on the hopes, on one side, that Palestinians had at last accepted the fact of Israel's existence and would cease demonizing Jews and, on the...
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Monday, July 16, 2001
William Greider
The Man From Alcoa
Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill is Turning Out to Be a Dangerous Crank
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Marian Wright Edelman
Give All American Kids a Safe, Poverty-Free Life
WASHINGTON - In less than the time it takes to read this newspaper, another 14 infants will be born into poverty in America. Another 10 will be born without health insurance. And one more child in...
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Monday, July 9, 2001
Helen Thomas
For Bush, Sex Education is a No-No
U.S. SURGEON GENERAL David Satcher said recently that more sex education is needed to help prevent AIDS, other sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. President Bush and most...
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Sunday, July 8, 2001
Howard Zinn
Artists of Resistance
Whenever I become discouraged (which is on alternate Tuesdays, between three and four) I lift my spirits by remembering: The artists are on our side! I mean those poets and painters, singers and...
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Saturday, July 7, 2001
Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Slam the Doctor's Door on the Pharmaceutical Companies
We walked out of our office the other day and almost tripped over a little white shopping bag. We looked up and down the corridor, and there were little white shopping bags in front of every door...
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Friday, June 29, 2001
Norman Solomon
George Orwell in 2001, Speaking From the Grave
I dreamed I saw George Orwell last night. Alive as you or me. He'd been watching the news, and he was quite irate. "All this doublespeak about war crimes is appalling," he said. "That chap Milosevic...
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Wednesday, June 27, 2001
Frances Moore Lappé
People, Not Technology, Are the Key to Ending Hunger
The debate over biotechnology is a tragic distraction
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Monday, June 25, 2001
Jonathan Schell
The New Nuclear Danger
On June 12, 1982, 1 million people assembled in Central Park in New York City to protest the reckless nuclear policies of the Reagan Administration and to call for a nuclear freeze. They never...
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Friday, June 22, 2001
Molly Ivins
More Proof That There's No Place Like Texas
AUSTIN — First, we Texans would like to salute the only governor we've got, Rick ("Goodhair") Perry, the Ken Doll, for vetoing the bill to outlaw executing the mentally retarded. We are Texas Proud...
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Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Censorship at the National Press Club
Henry Kissinger came to the National Press Club here in Washington, D.C. last night to give a talk, sell his latest book, Does America Need a Foreign Policy? and take questions from an audience of...
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Monday, June 18, 2001
Barbara Lee
The Need for the Kyoto Protocol
OF ALL the crimes against the environment that President Bush has committed during his brief tenure, trampling his own promise to reduce carbon dioxide emissions may prove to be the most damaging...
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Friday, June 15, 2001
Norman Solomon
The Pentagon Papers -- Media Praise Ringing Hollow
When they challenged the power of the White House by claiming the right to publish the Pentagon Papers, the nation's two most influential newspapers took a laudable stand. During the three decades...
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Wednesday, June 13, 2001
Molly Ivins
McVeigh's Twisted Warrior Mentality Sadly Familiar
AUSTIN — "Invictus"?! Lord save us, what a sick man. Talk about delusional. That Timothy McVeigh, mass murderer of children, saw himself as the master of his ship and the captain of his soul is...
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Monday, June 11, 2001
Molly Ivins
Tax-Cutting Our Way to Giant Deficits
AUSTIN, Texas — Boy, does this have a familiar ring. George W. Bush comes up with a terrible idea, and by the time it becomes law it's such a hopeless hash you can't even tell what it was supposed to...
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Tuesday, June 5, 2001
James Carroll
The Curse and Blessing of a Beautiful Sunset
THESE ARE THE WEEKS in which sunset comes later and later, and so you notice it. Through most of the busy year the fading of the light barely registers, but in the run-up to the summer solstice you...
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Sunday, June 3, 2001
Michael Pollan
The Organic-Industrial Complex
What do the words 'organic food' mean, now that the movement has become a $7.7-billion business dominated by large corporations?
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Sunday, May 27, 2001
Bernie Sanders
Vermont Isn't Out of Touch - Bush Is
There is an enormous amount of speculation as to why Senator Jim Jeffords left the Republican Party to become an independent. There should not be. The truth is simple: Vermont is a progressive state...
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Wednesday, May 23, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
Did God Bless Americans to Have More than Others and Steal From Future Generations?
President Bush prays every day for God's guidance according to media reports. Ari Fleischer, the White House Press secretary, recently declared that "Mr. Bush believes that energy use is a reflection...
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Tuesday, May 22, 2001
Ralph Nader
Act to Leave No Child Behind
Become Part of the Children's Defense Fund Campaign
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Monday, May 21, 2001
Nancy Snow
Is It a 'Hood or Verging on Good?
Last Tuesday they were celebrating Inglewood's finest hour in more than a decade: the "grand opening" of a revitalized Market Street, the main downtown thoroughfare. The band was playing, the...
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Sunday, May 20, 2001
Kevin Horrigan
Keep Your Poor. Our Masses are Huddled at the Mall.
A couple weeks ago, in the wake of Vice President Dick Cheney's suggestion that energy conservation was for wimps, someone asked Ari Fleisher, President George W. Bush's press secretary, whether the...
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Sunday, May 13, 2001
Marian Wright Edelman
Does President Bush Really Mean to Leave No Child Behind?
During his presidential campaign, President Bush repeatedly promised to "Leave No Child Behind," using the Children's Defense Fund's trademarked mission statement. He and members of his Cabinet...
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Monday, May 7, 2001
Bill Moyers
Hi. My name is Bill, and I'm a Recovering Unimpeachable Source
Hi. My name is Bill, and I'm a recovering Unimpeachable Source. I understand "Unimpeachable Source" is now an oxymoron in Washington, as in "McCain Republican" or "Democratic Party." But once upon a...
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Sunday, May 6, 2001
Jeff Cohen
The Myth of the Media's Role in Vietnam
Of the many myths that mushroomed from the carnage of the Vietnam War perhaps none is more specious than the fable about how a bold, aggressive mainstream media turned America against the war. As the...
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Tuesday, May 1, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
Another Energy Crisis????
The global energy cartel is imperiling the world's environment and economic stability in a greedy grab for profits that is empowered by a heavy investment of campaign contributions and corporate...
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Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Warning: Philip Morris Wants Regulation
If the world is going to permit organizations to exist for the purpose of promoting consumer products that used as intended cause death and disease, then it at least ought to establish meaningful...
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Monday, April 30, 2001
William Greider
Sovereign Corporations
When NAFTA was adopted in 1993, Chapter 11 in the trade and investment agreement was too obscure to stir controversy. Eight years later, it's the smoking gun in the intensifying argument over whether...
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Tuesday, April 24, 2001
James Carroll
The Ghosts That Still Haunt Cincinnati - And the Nation
"WE HAVE A GHOST in here," a character says in Toni Morrison's novel "Beloved." The haunting figure is the long-dead child killed by her fugitive mother. The slave catcher had come, and rather than...
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Monday, April 23, 2001
James T. Phillips
War Crimes, Warriors, Witnesses
Countless pundits and televised talking heads have been telling Americans that, unless participation in a war was up-front and personal, comments about war crimes committed by United States Armed...
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Friday, April 13, 2001
Molly Ivins
Our Fake Energy Crisis: What Really Happened in California
Here at the annual World Affairs Conference at the University of Colorado, the assorted experts from around the globe may sometimes be wrong, but they are rarely in doubt. This lends a happy, "But...
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Wednesday, April 4, 2001
Danny Schechter
Media Prostitutes And China Coverage
On April 1, the day Americans call April Fools Day, the Sunday New York Times carried a front page scoop : "Secret U.S. Study Concludes Taiwan Needs New Arms." The story revealed that top officials...
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Tuesday, April 3, 2001
James Carroll
Let the Voices of Slaves Be Heard
A JUDGE IN THE Federal District Court in Atlanta is deciding this week whether the voice of a slave can be heard in America.
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Monday, April 2, 2001
William Greider
Stockman Returneth
Washington Seems About to Replay History as Farce
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Sunday, March 25, 2001
Jeff Cohen
Pitching Softballs: Why are Journalists Going Easy on Bush?
Imagine that while Bill Clinton was president, Secret Service agents had gone to fetch Chelsea Clinton's boyfriend from jail, where he'd been arrested for public drunkenness. One could imagine days...
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Friday, March 23, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
The Wild West of Dick Cheney
More Tax Cuts, Oil Drilling and Nuclear Plants
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Thursday, March 22, 2001
Molly Ivins
No More Hot Air From the Democrats
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Democrats in the U.S. Senate have an unusual opportunity coming up in the next few weeks. One could even call it unique, if unique were not a forbidden word in newspapers. The...
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Tuesday, March 20, 2001
Norman Solomon
Digital Promise of Global Village
Many Americans have seen the digital dream of global communications vividly expressed on TV commercials for Cisco Systems. Eager to promote its theme of "empowering the Internet generation," the...
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Tuesday, March 13, 2001
Molly Ivins
Bush Making Gaffes While Cheney Maneuvers
DALLAS — Our new president has just committed foreign policy. Run for your lives! He's going to Git Tuff on North Korea. North Korea consists of several million people who are the verge of starvation...
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Monday, March 12, 2001
William Greider
Nader and the Politics of Fear
Mention his name in the House Democratic caucus and Ralph Nader draws spontaneous boos. Among party regulars, many assume that the anger and the regrets lingering from Election 2000 effectively put...
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Sunday, March 11, 2001
Jeff Cohen
Democrats, Who Needs Them?
Oligarchy: The Marc Rich scandal shows how Clinton and his followers raked in big bucks from the rich and dumped working people, the poor and grass-roots activists.
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Friday, March 9, 2001
Norman Solomon
Triumph of (George) Will: When Media Might Makes Right
A skeleton is rattling in George Will's closet. But it's difficult to hear above the steady applause from his elite boosters inside the media business.
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Friday, March 2, 2001
Helen Thomas
After Handing Presidency to GW Bush, US Justices Engage in Spin
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court justices might have to hire a slick public relations firm to refurbish their image after the disastrous decision to hand the presidency to George W. Bush.
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Wednesday, February 28, 2001
Molly Ivins
Drug War has Made Drugs Cheaper, More Pure
AUSTIN, Texas — That was quite a remarkable moment that George W. Bush had in Mexico. You may have missed it or even assumed he was just pointing out the obvious again, but consider the implications...
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Tuesday, February 13, 2001
James Carroll
Pulling Together Here to Stop AIDS Everywhere
AIDS IS a matter of national security. That definition of the global epidemic, especially as it ravages Africa but also as it bears down on Russia, India, and China, became current toward the end of...
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Saturday, February 10, 2001
Frances Fox Piven
Tommy Thompson's Easy Ride
As President Bush's Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson, the former governor of Wisconsin, will decide how federal authority is used to supervise an array of programs that reach...
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Tuesday, February 6, 2001
Molly Ivins
Recessions are Good for You -- Unless You're a Little Guy
AUSTIN -- For terrific entertainment, watch the Washington press corps swoon over George W. Bush. The famous charm offensive (he's calling congressmen by cute nicknames like "Big George") has the...
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Monday, February 5, 2001
Molly Ivins
Getting Between the Hogs and the Tax Cut Trough
AUSTIN -- Christmas! Tax cuts ahead! Look out -- whatever you do, don't get between the hogs and the trough. The K Street lobbyists are ginning up a campaign to get big business a bigger slice of the...
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Tuesday, January 30, 2001
James Carroll
America's Bookstores: Shrines to the Truth
SAN FRANCISCO - Among the many pleasures of a nationwide book tour is the privilege of seeing America through the lens of its best impulse. I have been in cities on both coasts, north to Chicago and...
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Monday, January 29, 2001
Norman Solomon
Letter From Porto Alegre: 'A Different World is Possible
The World Social Forum here in southern Brazil is being reported around the planet as an oppositional counterpoint to the annual bash in Davos, where corporate leaders have been gathering for three...
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