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If the Bush Administration has its way, Iraq will be the first test of its new doctrine of pre-emption. To adopt such a destabilizing strategy is profoundly contrary to our interests and endangers our security.
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Readers of Andrew Sullivan’s website may have noticed a series of items about my piece “Attack of the Homocons,” which appeared in The Nation‘s July 1 issue.
The camera pans across the room
To see what she has made:
An omelette or a spring bouquet
Or just an inside trade.
Would it be too early to sense a sudden, uncovenanted shift against the corporate ethic, if ethic is the word? I can barely turn the page of a newspaper or magazine without striking across either some damaging admission, or at least some damage-control statement, from the boardroom classes.
Has the war on terrorism become the modern equivalent of the Roman Circus, drawing the people’s attention away from the failures of those who rule them?