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November 26, 2007

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  • Editorials

    Immigrant Drivers License Plan Unravels

    New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer had a good idea about how to issue driver's licenses to undocumented workers. Too bad he caved.

    Andrea Batista Schlesinger and Amy Traub

  • Writers Strike, Silence Falls

    As the screenwriters strike enters its second week, take a moment to appreciate those without whom late night comics are struck mute, movies are left unmade and on TV, there's nothing but reality.

    Barbara Ehrenreich

  • Nation Notes

    Farewell, David Corn, and best of luck in your new venture. Welcome, Christopher Hayes to The Nation's Washington bureau.

    the Editors

  • Reading Lincoln in Pakistan

    Pervez Musharraf wraps himself in Lincoln's mantle, but no one is fooled.

    Eric Foner

  • All Cowboys Out Now

    Firms like Blackwater operate in a demand-based industry, and it is this demand that must be cut off.

    Jeremy Scahill

  • Noted.

    Peter Rothberg on extremist judges, Peter C. Baker on Radiohead.

    the Editors

  • Musharraf’s Emergency

    If the United States is so keen on spreading democracy and fighting radical Islamists, why does it continue to back a leader who has suspended the Constitution and gone to war with legal activists?

    Graham Usher

  • Voting for Torture

    By approving Michael Mukasey's nomination for Attorney General despite his evasions on waterboarding, the Senate has led us all across a dangerous line.

    the Editors

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  • Letters

    Letters

    Readers react--positively and negatively--to design changes in the print edition of The Nation.

    Our Readers