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On March 16, 1972, readers in Italy and throughout the publishing world
were shocked by the day's headlines.
The study of the Soviet Union in the United States, as distinguished from random journalism, memoirs and polemics, began on the right foot.
The night after the Bush Administration announced its refusal to grant the United Nations Population Fund $34 million dollars, Jane Roberts was so outraged she couldn't sleep.
The year since Congress passed the USA Patriot Act has brought an ever-growing enemies list from our nation's thought police.
Neoliberalism lost the elections in Brazil by a landslide on October 27,
when 52.8 million people rested their hopes on Luiz Inácio "Lula"
da Silva to revitalize the national economy and
A new democratic left is emerging for the first time since 1989.
Abby Aguirre's October 10, 2002, web-only piece on e-mail harassment of Palestinian activists inspired many letters to the edito
Research support was provided by the Investigative Fund of The Nation
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