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Romney and his kind turned much of our economy into a betting parlor—how did he ever become a serious candidate for the presidency?

As a bookseller, Amazon has left no corner of the publishing world untouched. What will happen as it ventures into publishing original content?

 

The WikiLeaks cables not only uncovered extensive Washington influence in the region, it also ushered in a new age of investigative journalism.

How does having too many postage stamps in prison land you alone in a bathroom-sized cell, 23 hours each day for a month?

Romney and his kind turned much of our economy into a betting parlor—how did he ever become a serious candidate for the presidency?

How anti-Muslim bias entered the mainstream.

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This week: Chuck Collins, Doug Henwood and Barbara Ehrenreich. Sarah Anderson lays out a 12-step program for "ending plutocracy." Gary Younge on Obama and the power of symbols.

Katha Pollitt on the end of the Clinton campaign, Corey Robin on a neo-conservative book scandal and Mark Hertsgaard on the latest climate change legislation effort.

Bob McChesney on media justice, Esther Kaplan on the future of labor, David Sirota on The Uprising.

This week, Nation editor and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel reflects on the role of independent media in turbulent political waters.

Arthur C. Danto recalls Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Kim analyzes California's gay marriage ruling.