Politics

Notes From a Latin Lover Notes From a Latin Lover

Civil wars do not start overnight. You do not simply wake up one morning in what has been a peaceful country only to discover organized armed forces trying to destroy each other. ...

Jun 14, 2001 / Books & the Arts / James North

Yale Bites Unions Yale Bites Unions

For God, country and the ruling class.

Jun 14, 2001 / Feature / Kim Phillips-Fein

Aliens Aliens

Illustrated by Robert Grossman

Jun 14, 2001 / Editorial / Jon Swan

Post-Jeffords Slippery Slope in the Senate Post-Jeffords Slippery Slope in the Senate

If Georgia's Miller did decide He's really on the other side, The Democrats might then connive To make Strom prove he's still alive.

Jun 14, 2001 / Column / Calvin Trillin

Elliott Abrams: It’s Back! Elliott Abrams: It’s Back!

"How would you feel if your wife and children were brutally raped before being hacked to death by soldiers during a military massacre of 800 civilians, and then two governments tr...

Jun 14, 2001 / Editorial / David Corn

Star Wars Foes Hit DC Star Wars Foes Hit DC

The two sisters from the Our Lady of Angels convent had driven down from Pennsylvania with a message for their Congressman: Say no to Star Wars. It was proving a tough sell.

Jun 13, 2001 / Feature / Matt Bivens

The Republicans and John McCain The Republicans and John McCain

They thought that Jeffords was their bane, But now they see that John McCain, Who shrugs off efforts to restrain His longtime love of speaking plain, And likes to jerk George...

Jun 7, 2001 / Column / Calvin Trillin

Universe of Faith and Terror Universe of Faith and Terror

Let's begin with a Denis Johnson moment. One Saturday, in Los Angeles, I venture out to buy a newspaper; when I get home, I discover, wedged between its C and D sections, a grainy...

Jun 7, 2001 / Books & the Arts / David L. Ulin

Letters Letters

...AND APPLE PIE Ravello, Italy Katha Pollitt's heart-wrenching "Happy Mother's Day" was, of course, a treat ["Subject to Debate," May 28]. But the crystalli...

Jun 7, 2001 / Letters / Alexander Cockburn, Gore Vidal, Ken Silverstein, Susan Sontag, Gila Svirsky, Tarek Milleron, Matthew Runci, Holly Burkhalter, and Nathaniel A. Raymond

The Dogmeteers The Dogmeteers

It's been six years since Dogme 95 nailed its ten-point "Vow of Chastity" to the door of world cinema. Lars von Trier's gang of four Danish film rebels flung an inkwell at the fat...

Jun 7, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Tim Appelo

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