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December 15, 2003 | The Nation

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December 15, 2003

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Annette Fuentes calls attention to locked-downed schools, Sarah Anderson reports from the FTAA protests and Stuart Klawans reviews "21 Grams."

Letters


IRAQ--'CAPITALIST DREAM'

Brookline, Mass.

Editorials

Click here for info about NOW With Bill Moyers.

It was as though US and Brazilian trade negotiators feared that if they spent one more minute in Miami, the fragile image of harmony they have struggled to project would shatter into a million p

The explosions in Istanbul during George W.

Click here for info on Greider's The Soul of Capitalism, just published by Simon & Schuster.

The Medicare "reform" legislation just passed by Congress sends the program on a path to destruction.

The corruptions of Washington are hidden in plain sight.

Columns

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Click here for info on Robert Scheer's new book The Five Biggest Lies Bush Told Us About Iraq.

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A new ad questioning the patriotism of Democratic candidates is shameless.

Music

Will someone please explain to me how permitting gays and lesbians to marry threatens the institution of marriage?

Stop the Presses

Errol Morris: After you left the Johnson Administration, why didn't you speak out against the Vietnam War?

Bush needs to lure some seniors to his side,
And so this bill on Medicare was crafted.
His world view's also fine with some of them,

Articles

More than 275 women have faced charges relating to drug use during their pregnancies.

Zero tolerance policies have created a "lockdown environment" in schools.

The general and his troops go after the Big Win.

Books & the Arts

Book

One of the nation's finest historians, Studs Terkel has told the story of twentieth-century America through the voices of ordinary people.

Film

To the fleet of symbolic vehicles currently cruising the screen--their number includes the "Pussy Wagon" that Uma Thurman (in Kill Bill) coldly claims as her own--we may now add Benicio De

Book

Toni Morrison's slim new novel, Love, may seem, at first glance, to fit within a group of books one could crudely call Morrison Lite, not requiring any heavy lifting from the reader like h

Book

Since 9/11, terror has become one of the most fashionable issues on both the American and the international agenda, and almost every publisher has rushed to publish a book written by one of the i