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January 1, 2001 | The Nation

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January 1, 2001

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Editorials

Al Gore will be playing a special political role in the future.

 Powerful elements converged to determine who would be president.

We're sorry, but it is not technically feasible for us to post the hilarious Robert Grossman cartoon that appears in the editorial section of the print edition.

The election reveals a deep need for voting reform.

Abolishing the Electoral College is one way the Florida fiasco could be addressed.

The Supreme Court was determined to make George W. Bush the winner of the election.

Some debatable assumptions underlie their use by the press.

Columns

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Some reasons (personal and political) for applauding Colin Powell's new appointment.

Minority Report

It has created a menacing image of North Korea for its own purposes.

Music

Our drug laws, like those concerning voting, reveal bias and backward thinking.

Articles

In Stamford, Connecticut, organizers are putting the movement back in labor.

But as the bankers know, he loves some of us more than others.

There's a growing movement to add livable hours to calls for a living wage.

Books & the Arts

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Are sanctions ethical--or an ill-used weapon of mass destruction?

Book

Noah Isenberg reviews Communazis, by Alexander Stephan.

We're sorry, but we do not have permission to present this article on our website. It is an excerpt from Upside Down: A Primer for the Looking-Glass World (Metropolitan). © 2000 by Eduardo Galeano. Translation © 2000 by Mark Fried.

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Chris Kraus reviews Cool for You, by Eileen Myles.