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Economy news and analysis from The Nation

  • October 24, 2002

    Spending for Growth

    One of the great disappointments of recent decades is that Democrats have more or less swallowed whole the underlying economic theories of their Republican rivals.

    Jeff Madrick

  • October 24, 2002

    Can Coke Prevent AIDS?

    As one of the largest private employers in Africa, the Coca-Cola Company could dramatically alter the course of HIV/AIDS.

    Lisa Weinert

  • October 24, 2002

    Labor Plays Its Hand

    Unions have improved their political game but are unhappy with the results.

    David Moberg

  • October 10, 2002

    Sowing Disaster?

    How genetically engineered American corn has altered the global landscape.

    Mark Schapiro

  • October 10, 2002

    Going Down the Road

    Out in the countryside is where you'll find America's true leaders--the gutsy, scrappy, sometimes scruffy and always ingenious grassroots agitators and organizers who go right into the face of

    Jim Hightower

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  • October 10, 2002

    A Union on the Line

    With its future at stake, the ILWU will not go down without a fight.

    David Bacon

  • October 3, 2002

  • October 3, 2002

    Guns, No Butter

    Democrats have rightly gone ballistic over the cynical White House efforts to use Iraq to change the subject of the fall elections.

    the Editors

  • October 3, 2002

    October Surprises

    October surprises are built into our system, since elections come in November. Cliffhanger movies in Hollywood's old days could not have staged it better.

    Alexander Cockburn

  • September 19, 2002

    Sham Pension Reform

    When George W. Bush isn't peddling war, he's been goading the Senate to join the Republican House in passing pension reform.

    Robert L. Borosage