December 2001

An Alternative to War in Iraq

by John Absood

The Most Precious Gift

by Kathy Kelly

Going Nuclear in Iraq

by Ramzi Kysia

Can’t Forget the Afghan Dead

by Robert Jensen And Rahul Mahajan

Inviting Future Terrorism

by Aaron G. Lehmer

No Holiday for Iraq

by Ramzi Kysia

Observing George Bush

by John Chuckman

Palestinian Children Bear the Brunt of Mideast Violence

by Patrick McNamara

Where’s Osama?

by Nelson P. Valdés

Consumers Unite!

by Philip A. Farruggio

On the Recognition of Death

by Suren Pillay

In Praise of Unspeakable Things

by John Chuckman

Year of 2’s

by Sam Bahour

Believe It or Not

by Sam Bahour

Why I Resisted the Draft

by Yair Khilou

Israel’s Human Righs Record

by Jennifer Loewenstein

War as Diversionary Tactic

by Michael Chisari

Enron and the Green Seal

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

War is Working for Bush:

by Tom Turnipseed

Letter to Secretary Rumsfeld on Military Commissions

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

Foundations Without Representation?

by Miriam Rozen Texas Lawyer

The First Victim in the War on Terror

by John Chuckman

Who Opposes the War?

by Marjorie Cohn

Palestine and You

by Sam Bahour

Clash of Civilizations?

by Shahid Alam

Civilian Casualties: Theirs and Ours

by William Blum

Killing Other People’s Children

by Lawrence McGuire

Who Opposes the War?

by C.G. Estabrook

Arabs Viewed as Dangerous By Definition?

by Amira Howeidy Al-Ahram

Afghan Refugees: 1983-2001

by Judith Mann

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