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October 9, 2000


  • Editorials

    Aid for Nuclear Workers

    Madame Curie's denial of radiation dangers is emblematic of the legacy we now face as America's romance with the atom draws to a close.

    Robert Alvarez

  • The Threat to the Net

    Open access to the broadband Internet is essential if we are to insure that a diverse range of voices has a chance of reaching out to citizens in the new era of high-speed communications.

    Jeff Chester

  • Acting for Justice

    The two entertainment unions, already angered over runaway production, have tenaciously met the challenge and escalated the fight.

    Marc Cooper

  • Holy Joe! A Culture War!

    Instead of kissing babies, this year the pols are bashing youth culture and the companies that promote it.

    the Editors

  • Chase’s Historical Ledger

    Chase should immediately open its archives to slavery researchers.

    John Friedman

  • A Full Tank of Paradoxes

    Contrary to the impression fostered by the government's supporters, not all the fuel protesters are selfish, gas-guzzling throwbacks greedy for a bigger TV.

    Maria Margaronis

  • The Supreme Court Issue

    The Rehnquist Court's paeans of praise for state government are belied by reality.

    Herman Schwartz

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  • Books and the Arts

    Acting for Justice

    The two entertainment unions, already angered over runaway production, have tenaciously met the challenge and escalated the fight.

    Marc Cooper

  • Bad Boys, Whatcha Gonna Do…

    Christina Hoff Summers is hot with righteous indignation on boys' behalf.

    Mark Edmundson

  • On Painting Reality

    We've got too many stimuli and not enough places to put them. And so, perhaps, we keep moving around the surplus excitement, sticking it onto this or that image, with the unintended consequence of creating the hyperreal.

    Stuart Klawans

  • ‘The Big Discourse’

    Unusually sensitive to the fast-changing character of liberal social structures, C. Wright Mills proved impervious to the bitter ironies of reform.

    John Summers

  • Why Dubya Can’t Read

    The poor guy is obviously dyslexic, and dyslexic to the point of near-illiteracy.

    Christopher Hitchens

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  • Letters

    Letters

    Our readers and Ellen Schrecker and Maurice Isserman on "The Right's Cold War Revision."

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