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April 11, 2005


  • Editorials

    In Fact …

    SHAKING UP THE UN

    the Editors

  • Old Women in the Cold

    My 91-year-old friend Alice, like many elderly women, has outlived her modest savings.

    Ruth Rosen


  • Elite Protectionists

    A man-bites-dog story of momentous implications is unfolding in Washington: The US multinational establishment, having successfully championed free-trade orthodoxy for decades, may now be flirtin

    William Greider

  • It’s Easter: He Is Recut

    No flaying below the belt: That's the guiding principle behind the kinder, gentler version of Mel Gibson's biblical blood fest, which has hit the cineplex in time for the Easter season.

    Richard Goldstein

  • Missing WMD Report

    When is a priority not a priority? When it's after the election.

    David Corn

  • The Schiavo Hypocrites

    With their handling of the heart-wrenching Terri Schiavo case, George W. Bush and his Republican allies in tragedy exploitation were awash in the currency of Washington: hypocrisy.

    the Editors

  • Democrats: MIA

    After giving George W. Bush far too easy a ride in his first term, the Democratic leadership in Congress promised that the second term was going to be different.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    Quartet for the End of Time

    When David Spencer Ware was a baby, his mother pronounced a blessing over him. Go See the World became the title of the saxophonist's first major-label record, for Columbia.

    Brian Morton

  • Dreams and Delusions

    California inspires people to think big, and to write big books. Take, for example, Kevin Starr.

    Jon Wiener

  • The Imagination of Disaster

    Saturday begins with its main character, Henry Perowne, getting out of bed because he's unable to sleep and going to stand by an open window.

    Lee Siegel

  • Patriotism Is Nonpartisan

    Challenging a mistaken war can take more courage than fighting one.

    George McGovern

  • It’s Easter: He Is Recut

    No flaying below the belt: That's the guiding principle behind the kinder, gentler version of Mel Gibson's biblical blood fest, which has hit the cineplex in time for the Easter season.

    Richard Goldstein

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