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April 6, 2009

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  • Editorials

    Obama’s New Monopoly Set

    President Obama has invented a new board game that nobody can lose. But only Wall Street money men can play.

    William Greider

  • Economic Dirty Bomb Goes Off in New York

    In the second 9/11, all the pain and torture is in the neighborhood.

    Tom Engelhardt

  • Bush Law Continued

    Obama vowed to reverse Bush's excesses. But his resistance to judicial oversight and constitutional restraint may render his promises unenforceable.

    David Cole

  • AIG Lights a Fire

    A new kind of economic populism is driving grassroots protests to nationalize, reorganize and decentralize the financial system.

    Chris Hayes

  • Noted.

    Iraq by the numbers, six years on; John Nichols on The Daily Show's meltdown smackdown.

    the Editors

  • Which Side Are You On?

    Every Democratic elected official must answer an old but newly relevant question: are you for or against labor unions?

    Chris Hayes

  • Don’t Bail on EFCA

    In a climate of crisis, it would be foolish for Democrats to retreat from the one measure that could rebalance our disastrous economic formula: pass the EFCA.

    the Editors


  • Crossword

    Puzzle No. 3163


     1 Perhaps the purpose of digging a deep hole in the ground is very good, and to be hoped for. (4-8)

    Frank W. Lewis