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Nov 16, 2000 / Column / John Nichols

The Butterfly Election The Butterfly Election

On Tuesday, November 14, exactly one week after Election Day (and with no President yet in sight), a notable though little-noted disclosure was made to the public. I do not mean ...

Nov 16, 2000 / Editorial / Jonathan Schell

Caught in the WAVE Caught in the WAVE

A corporate antiviolence program targets students who don't fit in.

Nov 16, 2000 / Feature / Jane Spencer

A Day in the Life of the Palm Beach County Recount A Day in the Life of the Palm Beach County Recount

While Bush says counting votes by hand's unfair, Gore gains--a bubbe here, a zayde there.

Nov 16, 2000 / Column / Calvin Trillin

Divorce, American Style Divorce, American Style

Divorce, American Style New York City In The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce, Judith Wallerstein argues that the consequences of parental divorce for children are...

Nov 16, 2000 / Letters / Katha Pollitt and Our Readers

Relax, Enjoy the Ride; Democracy Is Doing OK Relax, Enjoy the Ride; Democracy Is Doing OK

When George W. Bush spokesman James A. Baker III termed the fight over the Florida vote recount "a black mark on our democracy," he couldn't have been more wrong. At the time h...

Nov 14, 2000 / Column / Robert Scheer

Indecision 2000 Indecision 2000

What if they held a presidential election and neither guy won? Or a dead man from Missouri defeated an incumbent Republican senator?

Nov 10, 2000 / Editorial / The Editors

Left in Shambles Left in Shambles

Providence put me on a panel debating the Gore/Nader choice with Cornel West at New York University in late October. Most of the audience was for Nader, and the lineup on stage d...

Nov 10, 2000 / Column / Eric Alterman

The Best of All Possible Worlds The Best of All Possible Worlds

So it all came out right in the end: gridlock on the Hill and Nader blamed for sabotaging Al Gore. First a word about gridlock. We like it. No bold initiatives, like priva...

Nov 10, 2000 / Beat the Devil / Alexander Cockburn

Greens: Out of the Money Greens: Out of the Money

The razor-thin margin that defined the presidential race is sure to stir controversy around the Ralph Nader vote. Those wishing to blame Nader for Gore's troubles and those Green...

Nov 10, 2000 / Editorial / Marc Cooper

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