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February 9, 2009

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  • Editorials

    My Future as an Arms Manufacturer

    It's not that I'm keen on killing people. It's just that the money's so good.

    Terry Jones

  • Seeking Obama’s Center

    The pundits insist Obama will govern from the center, but to me it seems he's dedicated to redefining where the center is.

    Victor Navasky

  • Winning & Losing in Gaza

    If both sides embrace the fragile cease-fire with leaps of imagination and faith, Israelis and Palestinians could chart an escape route from the inferno.

    Richard Falk

  • ‘I Saw My People’

    Washington desperately needs new blood. Will Obama's people provide the necessary transfusion?

    Chris Hayes

  • Missing Howard Dean

    Why has Howard Dean become a virtual stranger to the Democratic Party he helped revive?

    the Editors

  • Noted.

    John Nichols on Pete Seeger, Roberto Lovato on censorship in San Antonio.

    the Editors

  • A Matter of Justice

    Obama declines to "criminalize policy differences"--but what about holding lawbreakers to account?

    the Editors

  • Renewing America

    With realism, grit and hope, Obama begins a new era: his first hundred days will be a decisive test of his resolve and vision.

    the Editors