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May 26, 2008

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  • Editorials

    Hillary’s Gift to Women

    She's managed to smash the myth of innate female moral superiority.

    Barbara Ehrenreich

  • Market Media Meltdown

    Financial news outlets, tethered to a mission to pump up confidence and support their advertisers, helped fuel the subprime meltdown.

    Danny Schechter

  • Noted.

    Longshoremen protest the war, Ken Livingstone loses London, Zephyr Teachout blogs The Nation.

    the Editors

  • Gitmo in Disarray

    Ethical conflicts and judicial dysfunction cloud the military commissions system at Guantánamo.

    Ross Tuttle

  • Trust the Voters

    Finally, the Democratic campaign can begin to focus on what really matters--healthcare, the economy and leaving Iraq.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    Unlovable

    The contemporary art world, reflected in the 2008 Whitney Biennial, is themeless and heading in no identifiable direction.

    Arthur C. Danto

  • The Age of the Wooden Spoon

    The radical subjectivity and reckless politics of Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun find new expression in recent English translations and editions.

    Benjamin Lytal

  • The Counter-Family

    British author Jonathan Coe departs from grand social transformations and turns to the domestic sphere in The Rain Before It Falls.

    Chris Lehmann

  • Market Media Meltdown

    Financial news outlets, tethered to a mission to pump up confidence and support their advertisers, helped fuel the subprime meltdown.

    Danny Schechter

  • Tonight No Poetry Will Serve

    Saw you walking barefoot
    taking a long look
    at the new moon's eyelid

    Adrienne Rich

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  • Crossword Puzzles

    Puzzle No. 3127

    ACROSS

    1 The final battle needs a weapon--old, like Quixote. (10)

    6 Badly need a garden spot? (4)

    Frank W. Lewis