Politics

President Bush’s Wag-the-Dog Policy on Iraq President Bush’s Wag-the-Dog Policy on Iraq

With its admission that an alleged link between Saddam Hussein and the Sept. 11 attacks doesn't exist, the Bush administration has lost its most compelling argument for invadin...

May 9, 2002 / Column / Robert Scheer

Support for Refuseniks Support for Refuseniks

About three weeks ago, Moti Perry, an economics professor from Hebrew University, organized twenty-eight of his colleagues and together they published a letter supporting studen...

May 9, 2002 / Editorial / Neve Gordon

What Are They Reading? What Are They Reading?

Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare I have been on something of a Shakespeare comedy jag over the past months; I laughed all the way from Columbus, Ohio, to New York...

May 6, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Arthur C. Danto

Listing Left, Listing Right Listing Left, Listing Right

Devotees of "balanced," "objective," "fair" and "evenhanded" nonfiction--well, they be hurtin' in these early days of the twenty-first century. Enough, perhaps, to demand that sel...

May 2, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Carlin Romano

For Which We Stand For Which We Stand

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has been traveling around the country recently as part of a nationwide post-9/11 effort to promote debate about civic values in schools and co…

May 2, 2002 / Column / Patricia J. Williams

In Fact… In Fact…

BUSH'S SHADE OF GREEN Chris Floyd writes: It's no mystery why the Bush Administration engineered the ouster of Robert Watson as chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel o...

May 2, 2002 / Editorial / The Editors

Letters Letters

NEW LIFE FOR DORMANT BOOKS New York City As a longtime admirer of André Schiffrin's publishing programs, I was disappointed by a conspicuous omission ...

May 2, 2002 / Letters / Our Readers

The New Old Glory The New Old Glory

Lynne Cheney sees the world in black and white. Or, rather, in red, white and blue.

May 2, 2002 / Books & the Arts / James W. Loewen

Kerrey’s Case: Not Closed Kerrey’s Case: Not Closed

One year after the story broke that a Navy SEAL team under his command was involved in an atrocity during the Vietnam War, former Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey stood before a packed...

May 2, 2002 / Editorial / Eyal Press

Bill Simon’s Enron Ties Bill Simon’s Enron Ties

California GOP gubernatorial candidate Bill Simon Jr. has portrayed himself as a savvy businessman who can deal successfully with the state's financial woes. But Simon's ties to E...

Apr 25, 2002 / Editorial / Jason Leopold

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