June 6, 2005 Issue
Greg Sargent profiles Hillary Clinton, Jon Wiener calls the Israeli boycott a mistake and Norman Mailer ponders Sartre’s God problem.
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The British Association of University Teachers should overturn its boycott of Israeli academics.
Republican aides and allies must not be allowed to control PBS.
Will the Bush Administration recognize that anti-Castro radical Luis Posada Carriles is a terrorist?
As Bush and his allies assail Newsweek, they continue to ignore the Downing Street memo.
The pope has minimized priests' crimes while wagging a finger at gays.
Why do Americans trust Bush and the Republicans on national security issues?
Why is The New York Times Magazine floating an unsubstantiated theory of genetic determinism?
Patricia J. Williams
If Wal-Mart finds resistance irksome, it should lobby for universal healthcare.
A dozen deaths in three days marks the onset of the season of
death along the US-Mexican border.
In 1992, Tony Perkins violated his oath to uphold the law. Now he
lectures Democrats on the constitution.
A report on the mysteries of the FBI's Larry Franklin/AIPAC investigation.
Immigration reform has a real chance of passing, and the nativist right
Crafting a politics uniquely her own, she's making her mark on the Dems.
Books & the Arts
A review of James Hurt's Writing Illinois.
Max Ernst at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Arthur C. Danto
Reflections on the centenary of the birth of Jean-Paul Sarte.
A biography of Utilitarian philosopher Henry Sidgwick sheds new light on life in the Victorian era.
Martha C. Nussbaum
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