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Politics news and analysis from The Nation

  • September 24, 2000

    Why Dubya Can’t Read

    The poor guy is obviously dyslexic, and dyslexic to the point of near-illiteracy.

    Christopher Hitchens

  • August 24, 2000

    The Latest Gore

    Talk about surprise Hollywood endings.

    David Corn

  • August 24, 2000

    In Re Lori Berenson

    In the nearly five years since Lori Berenson's arrest in a Peruvian police roundup, the politics and emotions swirling around her case have only intensified.

    the Editors

  • August 24, 2000

    Cries in the Streets in LA

    Tonight is the finale for insiders and outsiders in Los Angeles this week: In a few hours, Al Gore will be giving his acceptance speech at the Staples Center.

    Naomi Klein

  • August 24, 2000

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  • August 14, 2000

    Stem the Tide of Research? Fuhgeddaboutit

    President Bush was not deterred by lack of expertise when it came to deciding a highly specialized scientific issue.

    Robert Scheer

  • August 10, 2000

    Vote for Gore

    Ralph Nader, America's indomitable public citizen, is the one great man in this presidential election.

    Robert L. Borosage

  • August 10, 2000

    Vote for Nader

    It must be some playful new postmodernist form of politics: First you spend years ranting about the plutocracy that has supplanted American democracy and is rapidly devouring the planet.

    Barbara Ehrenreich

  • August 10, 2000

    Tricky Dick

    When Dubya picked Dick Cheney as his running mate, the little screen was awash in flatulent flatteries from the chattering classes: "a grown-up," "presidential," "all steak and no sizzle" were

    Doug Ireland

  • August 10, 2000

    The Other America

    On the eve of the Democratic convention, the challenge to Democrats is to recognize the limits of the current economic boom and act boldly to assist those left behind.

    Jan Schakowsky