Punishing the Wrong People Punishing the Wrong People

A federal magistrate in Georgia sentenced eleven people to prison for up to six months last week for crossing the line onto a military base in an act of nonviolent civil disobedi...

Feb 2, 2005 / Feature / Patrick Mulvaney

Another World Turns Another World Turns

Imagining the possibilities at the World Social Forum.

Jan 30, 2005 / Feature / Alisa Solomon

Battling the Pentagon Battling the Pentagon

On issues of war and peace, progressives should take heart from the fact that no matter how aggressive the Bush Administration's intentions may be, its ability to carry them out ...

Jan 27, 2005 / Editorial / William D. Hartung and Michelle Ciarrocca

Waiting for Roper v. Simmons Waiting for Roper v. Simmons

A forum on the juvenile death penalty.

Jan 23, 2005 / Feature / Patrick Mulvaney

Post-Roe Postcard Post-Roe Postcard

Is Ole Miss Our Future?

Jan 20, 2005 / Feature / Sharon Lerner

Iraq’s Lost Election Iraq’s Lost Election

In the run-up to the January 30 election in Iraq, the prospects for a fair and credible outcome have steadily diminished.

Jan 20, 2005 / Editorial / The Editors

Babe Lincoln Babe Lincoln

Jan 6, 2005 / Books & the Arts / Robert Grossman

Are Students Red or Blue? Are Students Red or Blue?

The war rages on to win hearts and minds on colleges campuses.

Dec 22, 2004 / Feature / Sam Graham-Felsen

You Break It, You Pay For It You Break It, You Pay For It

So it turns out Pottery Barn doesn't even have a rule that says, "You break it, you own it." According to a company spokesperson, "in the rare instance that something is broken i...

Dec 22, 2004 / Column / Naomi Klein

Activist and author Dorothy Canfield Fisher at her desk.

A Christmas Amnesty A Christmas Amnesty

This article, from the December 14, 1946, issue of The Nation, is a special selection from The Nation’s Digital Archive.

Dec 21, 2004 / Feature / Dorothy Canfield Fisher