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February 26, 2001 | The Nation

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February 26, 2001

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Editorials

Radio station WBAI is under attack from within in order to silence radical dissent.

John Ashcroft's new leadership of the Department of Justice signals hard tomes for come in the United States.

The Bush Administration's health policies for Africa basically amount to the moral equivalent of the death penalty for 25 million people.

Christos Papoutsakis denied visa, Dr. James Pendergraft found guilty, Mexican President Vicente Fox, and Ralph Nader.

Christos Papoutsakis

Christos Papoutsakis

The paper of record has a curiously difficult time reporting the 'Chinese espionage' case.

Tommy Thompson's track record as governor of Wisconsin bodes poorly for his tenure as head of the Department of Health and Human Services.

Columns

The Bush Administration is relying on falsehoods when making its case for opening up Alaska to drilling.

Stop the Presses

New recounts show that the wrong man is in the Oval Office.

Robert Scheer

Te Bush Administration is looking to revive Reagan's Star Wars system, but why not resurrect something better from his legacy?

Articles

The former dictator is charged at last, and human rights are the talk of the nation.

His dream is an open northern border. But first, he must end southern poverty.

Books & the Arts

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Nick Bromell's Tomorrow Never Knows explores rock and roll in the sixties.

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Single-payer healthcare is favored by the public, yet the insurance industry has too much to lose if it is enacted.

With a more prudish administration assuming office, pornographers are carefully tailoring their product so as not to offend—or be the target of investigations.

Film

A survey of films from this year's Sundance Film Festival.