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November 5, 2007

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  • Editorials

    Whatever Happened to the Eight-Hour Day?

    Americans spend more time on the job than workers in any other country. Isn't it time presumably labor-friendly Democrats did something about it?

    Steve Early and Suzanne Gordon

  • It’s Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week!

    David Horowitz serves up a witch's brew of Cheney-style anti-jihadism, mixed with anti-feminism and a sour dash of anti-Semitism.

    Barbara Ehrenreich

  • Noted.

    How Chevron fuels the Myanmar military, Blackwater's legal woes and questions for Michael Mukasey.

    The Nation

  • Ink-Stained Marx

    A look at the cantankerous dispatches he wrote as London correspondent for the New York Tribune puts the father of communism in a new light.

    James Ledbetter

  • UAW R.I.P.?

    To save the domestic auto industry, the UAW may end up killing itself.

    Max Fraser

  • Inconvenient Truth-Tellers

    This year's Nobel Peace Prize should spur governments and people everywhere to urgent action on climate change.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    The Cinema of Terror

    Three new films--Rendition, The Kingdom and Redacted--take on the clash of civilizations. How does the "war on terror" look on the big screen?

    Christine Smallwood

  • Gracelands

    The taint of an unjust war tarnishes the lives of Vietnam-era Americans in Denis Johnson's stunning new novel.

    Keith Gessen

  • Godzilla in Mexico

    Listen carefully, my son: bombs were falling
    over Mexico City
    but no one even noticed.
    The air carried poison through
    the streets and open windows.

    Roberto Bolaño

  • The Imperfectionist

    Reconsidering the life and legacy of avant-garde artist and poet Francis Picabia.

    Barry Schwabsky

  • Big Red Checkbook

    America's foreign-policy establishment is struggling to find an appropriate response to China's soft power.

    John Feffer

  • Father of History

    Bettina Aptheker's recent memoir has incited fierce debate over her father s legacy.

    Christopher Phelps

  • Ink-Stained Marx

    A look at the cantankerous dispatches he wrote as London correspondent for the New York Tribune puts the father of communism in a new light.

    James Ledbetter

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  • Letters

    Letters

    Our readers weigh in on Marvin Kitman's paean to Keith Olbermann and continue to react to "The Other War," by Chris Hedges and Laila Al-Arian.

    Our Readers