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  • February 10, 2000

    Farewell, Gary Bauer

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    Farewell, adieu to Gary Bauer.
    We never thought that you'd be our
    Next President. Too small. Too sour.
    The countryside we'd have to scour

    Calvin Trillin

  • February 3, 2000

    Justice for Bernard Baran

    On January 30, 1985, 19-year-old Bernard Baran was convicted of molesting five 3-, 4- and 5-year-old boys and girls at the Early Childhood Development Center (ECDC) in Pittsfield, Massachusetts,

    Katha Pollitt

  • February 3, 2000

    Morning After in NH

    It was the last question at the last New Hampshire town meeting for Bill Bradley.

    David Corn

  • February 3, 2000

    The Beat

    The Beat

    Sea Turtles Redux?

    John Nichols

  • February 3, 2000

    Orrin Hatch Ends Whatever It Was

    The Orrin Hatch campaign is done--
    Kaput at last, without a doubt.
    And now, perhaps, could someone please
    Explain what that was all about?

    Calvin Trillin

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  • January 27, 2000

    WTO: Workers of the World United?

    San Francisco

    In his December 20 "Beat the Devil" column, "Trade Wars, Trade Truths," Alexander Cockburn got it exactly

    Alexander Cockburn and Our Readers

  • January 27, 2000

    Rebel Yell

    The recent march in Columbia, South Carolina, demanding the removal of the Confederate battle flag from atop the state Capitol is the latest episode in a long-running debate over the legacy of sl

    Eric Foner

  • January 27, 2000

    California’s Knightmare

    W hen the Vermont Supreme Court ruled December 20 that denying the statutory benefits and protections of marriage to same-sex couples was discriminatory, conservatives began frothing at the mouth

    Doug Ireland

  • January 27, 2000

    Unfinished Business

    As he travels around the country, musing aloud on his hopes for the future, Bill Clinton inspires an unintended melancholy about his presidency.

    William Greider

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