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July 10, 2000 | The Nation

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July 10, 2000

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Editorials

The pernicious influence on politics of corporate money isn't confined to donations to candidates and parties.

Columns

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When it comes to world politics, the best Beatle was right.

Music

Since 1988, when it became available in France, American women have been waiting for mifepristone.

Articles

This is the story of Gato and Alex, two Salvadorans who as children became refugees from America's war in their homeland only to become rivals in America's gang war on the streets of Los Angeles.

Gay-Baiting in the Military Under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

AOL's buyout of Time Warner may have been this year's largest new media/old media merger, but in terms of sheer market consolidation, PlanetOut's purchase of Liberation Publications in late March

"This conference is not like other conferences."

Books & the Arts

Book

A revealing question: Why has V.S. Naipaul come to be much better known in the West than the great African writer Chinua Achebe?

Film

The first thing I need to explain about Bruno Dumont's Humanité shouldn't have to be said at all. It's that the film is not a whodunit.

Book

William Randolph Hearst is one of those people we all know was very, very famous but are never quite sure why, or what we are to think of him.

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At a quarter to 3 in the afternoon on March 14, 1883, one of the world's brainiest men, Karl Marx, ceased to think. He passed away peacefully in his favorite armchair.