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April 2, 2007 Issue

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  • Editorials

    Swords Into Plowshares

    As rural America becomes ground zero for Iraq casualties, Farms Not Arms is urging farmers to attend anti-war rallies and recruiting families to give refuge to returning vets.

    Jason Mark

  • Antiwar Students Rising

    As the student peace movement grows stronger and more sophisticated, can it ignite the silent antiwar majority on campus?

    Sam Graham-Felsen

  • Robert Engler

    Remembering the political economist who brought to contemporary issues the research and philosophical vision of a scholar.

    the Editors

  • King of Calypso

    In praise of Harry Belafonte, on his eightieth birthday.

    Walter Mosley

  • Soft-Core Sexism

    If movies reflect our shared consensus about right and wrong, Black Snake Moan speaks volumes about twenty-first-century America.

    Lakshmi Chaudhry

  • Congress, End the War

    After four years in Iraq, America and the world are crying for a way out of the bloodshed. Can Democrats lead the way?

    the Editors

  • The December 7 Massacre

    The case of the Gonzales Eight proves the White House sees no legal limit on presidential power.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    Take the Money and Run

    New biographies of Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon depict the two primeval capitalists in all their contradictory complexity.

    Steve Fraser

  • Made in USA

    Two books about Kofi Annan illuminate the controlling relationship between the US and the United Nations.

    Perry Anderson

  • King of Calypso

    In praise of Harry Belafonte, on his eightieth birthday.

    Walter Mosley

  • Soft-Core Sexism

    If movies reflect our shared consensus about right and wrong, Black Snake Moan speaks volumes about twenty-first-century America.

    Lakshmi Chaudhry

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