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February 26, 2007

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  • Editorials

    The Daffodil Delusion: Sensationalizing Global Warming

    Media frenzy to the contrary, a warm winter doesn't point to the end of the world--scientific evidence does.

    Michael Corcoran

  • Mission to Caracas

    Hugo Chávez's critics may mock his ideas of twenty-first-century socialism as empty rhetoric. But maybe it's magical realism--still a fiction, but one to be nourished as a realizable ideal.

    Victor Navasky

  • Killer Weather Ahead

    The good news on the latest global warming report: Political leaders can no longer ignore it. The bad news: It's probably too late.

    Mark Hertsgaard

  • Thelma and Louise Imperialism

    Are Bush and Cheney so wedded to their delusions that they might gun the car and head directly over the cliff in a confrontation with Iran?

    Tom Engelhardt

  • Kill the Death Penalty

    The time has come for the US to join the rest of civilized nations and abolish capital punishment.

    Sunil Dutta

  • Molly, in Her Own Words

    From the pages of The Nation, here's a sampler of Molly Ivins at her best.

    the Editors

  • Into 2008

    America's next President must have a big heart, an open mind and the passion to set the nation on the way to equality, opportunity, true democracy and social justice.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    Thelma and Louise Imperialism

    Are Bush and Cheney so wedded to their delusions that they might gun the car and head directly over the cliff in a confrontation with Iran?

    Tom Engelhardt

  • The Spy Who Loved Me

    Reviews of The Lives of Others and Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams.

    Stuart Klawans

  • Terror at the Nixon Library

    A new exhibit inadvertently displays why Americans might be confused about what terrorism is and how to fight it.

    Jon Wiener

  • Careful, He Might Hear You

    In the Country of Men tells the story of a Libyan boy whose dissident father is wanted by the authorities.

    Ali Sethi

  • The Thought Experimenter

    A new biography of William James portrays a man who made a brilliant career of asking tough questions.

    Jackson Lears

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