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March 22, 2010 | The Nation

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March 22, 2010

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Alexander Cockburn on the new axis of evil, Jon Wiener on the New Left Review, and Stuart Klawans on Jacques Audiard.

Editorials

Stuart Klawans on radical filmmaker Leo Hurwitz; John Nichols on the primary fight for Blanche Lincoln's Senate seat.

The journal's sustained critique of neoliberalism remains indispensable.

The Obama administration wants to push holistic solutions to national problems--and retooling manufacturers of military hardware into purveyors of solar technology is one.

Obama is on the brink of bringing significant reforms for workers to government contractors.

Bill Moyers's emphasis on dissenting views must live on at PBS.

Columns

What makes for the most gender-egalitarian country in the world?

The petite bourgeoisie are legitimately pissed off.

Articles

A big deficit-reduction program would destroy the economy two years into the Great Crisis.

An American auto-parts businessman says he was tortured in the UAE--with US complicity. 

The Nature Conservancy has acknowledged the oil leak in the Gulf, but failed to mention BP. Could it be because the Conservancy has close ties to the oil company? Johann Hari reports on the relationship between conservation groups and corporate cash.

Books & the Arts

Film

In Jacques Audiard's <i>A Prophet</i>, clairvoyance has its limits.

Book

The past was one single catastrophe to the Baader-Meinhof Gang, and acts of violence the only perceived exit.