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  • January 22, 2004

    Take Back Values

    Democrats need to offer a compelling vision of a morally based social contract.

    David Callahan

  • January 22, 2004

    The New American Century

    A call to global activists meeting in India.

    Arundhati Roy

  • January 16, 2004

    The Trouble With CAFTA

    CAFTA promises to extend the harmful impacts of NAFTA to Mexico’s weaker southern neighbors.

    Mark Engler

  • January 15, 2004

  • January 15, 2004

    The View From Mexico

    This past November, along with six other members of the US Congress, I visited Mexico on a Teamsters-sponsored trip in order to assess what NAFTA has done to Mexico.

    Sen. Bernie Sanders


  • January 15, 2004

    NAFTA at 10

    Where do we go from here?

    Jeff Faux

  • January 15, 2004

    A Spectacular Success?

    On the tenth anniversary of the NAFTA accord, mainstream media accounts have voiced muted disappointment with its relatively meager effects.

    Eric Alterman

  • January 15, 2004

    The Kitchen-Table State of the Union

    With the stock market surging and the economy growing, George W. Bush has begun touting the success of his tax cuts.

    Robert L. Borosage

  • January 13, 2004


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    The Editors

  • January 8, 2004

    Economics 2004

    The Democratic Party has come a long way from the “lockbox” economics of 2000.

    William Greider