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September 17, 2001 | The Nation

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September 17, 2001

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Now that Al Gore has returned to the stage it's an appropriate time to issue a heartfelt plea: Al don't do it! David Corn reports; John Nichols looks for progressive presidential candidates in 2004; Neve Gordon explains that Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon's militaristic ideology has nothing whatsoever to say about political issues.

Editorials

Euthanasia is the right step for some people, but today the person taking that step must do so unaided.

The Shays-Meehan bill would help reform campaign financing--but there is a much better solution.

Ariel Sharon's government is failing to use nonviolent approaches in its confrontation with the Palestinians.

It is not too early to devise a progressive strategy for the 2004 election.

The facts about Bush's tax cuts are being kept from the public.

It's a slippery slope that these two lawgivers would have us tread.

Columns

Minority Report

Whether in his home district or in Washington, DC, Congressman Gary Condit is a discredit to his profession.

Music

It's time to consider what would really improve our unequal society.

Articles

He may have been screwed out of the election, but he's still a terrible candidate.

 'Following the Money' can prove devastating to critics of the illegal trade.

If they connect well with voters in 2002, they'll have an edge in a weak economy.