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  • December 24, 1998

    Our Bloodless Coup

    People warn that a Senate impeachment trial will effectively shut down the government, involving as it would the Supreme Court and tying up the World's Greatest Deliberative Body for weeks or

    Arthur Miller

  • December 17, 1998

    Noah’s Arc

    Somewhat impudently for a man taken in adultery, Henry Hyde compares himself to Jesus Christ.

    Alexander Cockburn

  • December 17, 1998

    Impeachment Madness

    As the House of Representatives moved toward a historic decision--delayed by the bombing of Iraq--on whether to impeach the President, so-called moderate Republicans lamented that if only the Presi

    the Editors

  • December 17, 1998

    His Terrible, Swift Sword

    You're familiar, of course, with the Wall Street Journal.

    Michael Tomasky

  • December 17, 1998

    Jesse ‘The Gov’ Ventura

    On January 4, 1999, Jesse Ventura will be sworn in as the new governor of Minnesota amid a media deluge not seen since the state hosted the Super Bowl.

    Micah L. Sifry

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  • October 5, 1998

    Close, But No Cigar

    On August 20 last, President Clinton personally ordered the leveling of the Al-Shifa pharmaceutical plant on the outskirts of Khartoum.

    Christopher Hitchens

  • May 14, 1998

    Social (In-)Security

    What precisely about the current Social Security "reform" debate makes it so hateful and repellent?

    the Editors

  • January 2, 1998

    The Politics and the Pity

    "We are all German Jews" chanted 50,000 Frenchmen at the gates of the Bastille in 1968; I was recently reminded of this episode, which has become revolutionary lore, when Holocaust was sho

    Daniel Singer

  • January 2, 1998

    May in December

    It's not May in December. The ten days that shook the Chirac government are not a repetition of the great rising of students and workers that precipitated the fall of Gen.

    Daniel Singer

  • January 2, 1998

    The Ghosts of May

    Today the cobblestones of Paris's Latin Quarter are covered with asphalt.

    Daniel Singer