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  • May 20, 2004

    Outsourcing Is Hell

    The war on Iraq has made us all painfully aware of the Pentagon's growing reliance on private companies.

    William D. Hartung

  • May 6, 2004

    Bhopal’s Legacy

    Every December for the past nineteen years, marchers in Bhopal, India, have paraded an effigy of Warren Anderson through town and burned it. Anderson is despised because he was the CEO of Union

    Mark Hertsgaard

  • May 6, 2004

    America’s Last Honest Place

    Las Vegas is capitalism stripped bare. If you're out of money, you're out of luck.

    Marc Cooper

  • April 15, 2004

    Educating Senator Frist

    George W. Bush has declared that tort reform will be a major part of his forthcoming campaign.

    Paul Brodeur

  • April 15, 2004

    Why the Bubble Popped

    This clutch of books offers an excellent retrospective on the recent stock-market crash, which wiped out $8.5 trillion in market value.

    Robert Sherrill

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  • April 8, 2004

    The Cruelest Month

    Like mushrooms after a spring rain, signs pop up at this time of year in hardscrabble urban neighborhoods across the country, promising quick and easy money.

    Bobbi Murray

  • April 1, 2004

    Fighting for Oil–Still

    Although media attention has been focused on civil violence in the Baghdad area, Iraq's vast and vulnerable network of oil pipelines and pumping stations has become a major battlefield in the ong

    Michael T. Klare

  • March 18, 2004

    Whatever It Takes

    Exxon has used the legal system to avoid paying damages for the Valdez spill.

    Ashley Shelby

  • February 26, 2004

    What’s Right With Kerry

    At key moments, he's displayed guts and taken tough, sometimes lonely, positions.

    David Corn

  • February 19, 2004

    Trade Wins

    Paul Wellstone would have loved the turn the race for the Democratic presidential nomination has taken.

    John Nichols