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October 15, 2007

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  • Editorials

    Clinton and Obama: Running on Ambien

    Can America survive the tedium of its black and female candidates?

    Barbara Ehrenreich

  • When Monks Get Mad

    If you think the Buddhist monks challenging the military regime in Myanmar are passive and peaceful, think again.

    Andrew Lam

  • Noted

    A new section features brief comments, late-breaking news, revealing statistics, curiousities, shout-outs, disses, obits, quotable quotes and other short notes.

    the Editors

  • Chávez: ‘Galbraithiano’

    As Venezuela and the rest of Latin America repair the damage of two decades of free-market orthodoxy, John Kenneth Galbraith is a major inspiration.

    Greg Grandin

  • Our New Look

    Take note of our new look, new features, the return of Comix Nation in the print edition of the magazine.

    the Editors

  • End the Shadow War

    Blackwater USA should answer for the crimes of its soldier-contractors in Iraq. Calls for withdrawal from Iraq must also include private security contractors.

    the Editors