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April 5, 2004

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  • Editorials

    In Fact…


    the Editors

  • New School, Old Tricks

    The New School University is one of Manhattan's most storied progressive institutions. But don't tell that to the people who work there.

    Eyal Press

  • Three Mile Island

    On the morning of September 11, 2001, after the second plane hit the World Trade Center and it was clear that the nation was under attack, US authorities issued an emergency alert, grounding air

    Mark Hertsgaard

  • Trying Saddam

    The capture of Saddam Hussein has raised the question of how best to hold him accountable for the horrendous human rights violations committed by his regime.

    Balakrishnan Rajagopal

  • Blix Not Bombs

    Before he left New York, Hans Blix had a poster on his apartment wall from the big antiwar demonstration in New York City a year ago on the eve of the attack on Iraq.

    Ian Williams

  • A Vote for Honesty

    Click here to read Lowenberg's dispatch from the March 20 peace march in Madrid.

    Samuel Loewenberg

  • Terror & Truth in Spain

    The horrific bombings in Spain, which claimed more than 200 lives, were sad proof that terrorists can achieve success when their target is a government that has distanced itself from its people a

    the Editors


  • Books and the Arts

    The New Critic

    The American foreign affairs establishment seems finally to have gotten worried about the antics of the Boy Emperor.

    Chalmers Johnson

  • Moses Goes Down

    If upon reading the first sentence of Moses Isegawa's debut novel, Abyssinian Chronicles, in an Amsterdam bookstore a few years back, I quickly re-read it a few times and committed it to m

    Matt Steinglass

  • The Secret Sharer

    Although the epigraph of Damon Galgut's novel is taken from Chekhov, it is the ghost of Graham Greene that hovers most palpably over The Good Doctor, and even in the cadence of its title.

    Claire Messud

  • Accidental Friends

    "One does not jail Voltaire." So responded the president of France to calls that Jean-Paul Sartre be arrested for backing an independent Algeria.

    Russell Jacoby

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