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British liberals' protests have been ignored for years. So why did a campaign against the country's biggest tax dodgers suddenly gain traction?
Gather some friends, pick a tax dodger and get on the street!
After a testosterone-fueled boom and bust, the women of Iceland took charge.
The legendary organizer speaks on the “story of the self” and where Obama went wrong.
How did Hosni Mubarak manage to stay in power for three decades?
The commission's report offers an indictment of the leading players in the economic catastrophe, but ignores the out-and-out swindling.
Egypt's future looks uncertain. What is certain is if Obama sides with a repressive regime, feared extremism will become reality.
If the world has a heart, it beats now for Egypt.
The real dilemma in Amy Chua's book is how to survive in a world in which the slightest nonconformity risks landing you out of a job, a home, a life.
The assault on public employee unions is the next phase of a the forty-year campaign by the rich against the rest of us.
Robert Duncan saw in H.D.'s poetry “The story of survival, the evolution of forms in which live survives.”
For Jonathan Rosenbaum, the golden age of filmgoing is as dead as the drive-in, but cinephilia is thriving.
Lee Chang-dong's Poetry, Jorge Michel Grau's We Are What We Are, Ron Howard's The Dilemma
This puzzle appeared originally in the February 21, 1976, issue.