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February 17, 2003 Issue

  • Editorials

    Powell’s UN Presentation

    Secretary of State Colin Powell's presentation wasn't likely to win over anyone not already on his side.

    Phyllis Bennis

  • Bush’s Gulf of Credibility

    Bush's Gulf of Credibility

    The President's State of the Union address deepened the gulf between word and deed. Poll-tested packaging hid the untruths within.

    the Editors

  • Undermining the UN

    The long-awaited January 27 report of United Nations inspection chiefs Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei, as anticipated, did not include a clear-cut finding of success and readiness to close the

    Phyllis Bennis

  • The New Imperialism

    In my days as a student activist in the 1970s, the use of the term "imperialism" to describe US policy was generally used only in the antiwar and international solidarity movements, the writing

    William D. Hartung

  • Copyright Monopolies

    Big Media won another battle in the escalating war over copyright on January 15, when the Supreme Court upheld a 1998 law extending copyright terms by twenty years, to life plus seventy years f

    Andrew L. Shapiro

  • Irene Diamond

    Irene Diamond, who died recently at 92, was an innovative philanthropist, ever ready to bet on an unlikely cause.

    the Editors

  • ‘Random’ Destruction

    Once again, changes at Random House have made headlines in papers throughout the country.

    André Schiffrin

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