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March 31, 2003


  • Editorials

    This Is What History Feels Like

    Repeat after me: This is what democracy looks like!

    Repeat after me: This is what history feels like!

    A movement the think tanks thought unthinkable.

    Tom Hayden

  • Kumbaya Dammit–and Nine More No-Brainers for a Smarter Left

    George Bush is not the only one who has to fight a two-front war in the months ahead. So do progressives who want to take power in 2004--and beyond.

    Dan Carol

  • The UN’s Relevance

    Much to the frustration of the Bush Administration, France, Russia, China and the other members of the United Nations Security Council opposing the British-US resolution on Iraq have not bought

    the Editors

  • The Vision Primary

    The presidential contest has begun, as usual, with the "money primary," in which major donors choose their favorites and weed out other candidates, long before any citizen has an opportunity to

    the Editors

  • Military Globalism

    One of the first casualties of war may be those happy-talk forecasts of a robust recovery once the bombing starts in Iraq, but a far more momentous economic question accompanies Bush's invasion

    William Greider

  • Selling the War on TV

    Let's say you have a war to sell. You have the usual public relations tools at your disposal: highly scripted press conferences, stories leaked by White House officials to a compliant press.

    Susan J. Douglas

  • Dissent and Basketball

    During the Vietnam War the heavyweight boxing champion of the world, Muhammad Ali, refused to serve in the Army.

    Murray Polner

  • Nation Notes

    That Fox News Channel advertisement on the back cover is not a parody. We know it's hard to believe, but it's a real ad, and they paid good money to run it, too.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    Military Globalism

    One of the first casualties of war may be those happy-talk forecasts of a robust recovery once the bombing starts in Iraq, but a far more momentous economic question accompanies Bush's invasion

    William Greider

  • War and Remembrance

    In a provocative book published recently in Germany, a Hamburg scholar named Klaus Briegleb appeared to take on the entire national literary establishment for indulging in self-censorship of th

    Hugh Eakin

  • Guns in the Courtroom

    In the late summer and fall of 1997, small news leaks began appearing that Mayor Edward Rendell of Philadelphia (who is now governor of Pennsylvania) was thinking about suing the firearms indus

    Carl T. Bogus

  • Around the World in 80 Ways

    In about five years' time, there will be a new Paul Theroux travel book, and it will look like this.

    Eric Weinberger

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