April 2002

A Year in the Life of Spencer Abraham

by Jeffrey St. Clair

A Colonizing Project Built on Lies

by M. Shahid Alam

Undoing Chavez

by Norman Madarasz

Carrots, Sticks, Israel and Palestine

by Norman G. Finkelstein

The Chemical Coup

by George Monbiot

Fear and Learning in America

by Brian Wood

With the Wounded and the Homeless in Nablus

by Kristen Schurr

Inside Jenin, Rubble and Decomposing Bodies

by Brian Wood

Fear and Learning in America

by Robert Fisk The Independent

The Oilman, the General and the Coup that Failed

by Gabriel Ash

The US Should End Aid to Israel

by Todd May

The Press, the IMF, the CIA and the Chaavez Coup

by Ron Jacobs

The New York Times, The Washington Post and the Coup Plotters

by Jack McCarthy

A Field Trip to Jenin

by Susi Abeles

How I Got Over Last Week

by The Hand Of The Father, Alejandro Escovedo (Texas Music Group Advance)

The Media, The CIA and the Coup

by Christopher Reilly

An Open Letter to Abe Foxman

by Jordy Cummings

Amid the Rubble of Nablus

by Kristen Schurr

You Won’t Break Them, General Sharon

by Breyten Breytenbach

CounterCoup in Venezuela

by Gregory Wilpert

Was the CIA Behind the Chavez Coup?

by William Blum

Homicide Bombers

by James T. Phillips

A Good Old-Fashioned Incursion

by David Vest

The Coup in Venezuela

by Gregory Wilpert

Bulldozing History

by Patrick Cockburn In Moscow The Independent

The Struggle for Freedom in Palestine

by M. Junaid Alam

General Motors–Backwards Into the Future

by Ralph Nader

Thoughts on Our War on Terrorism

by Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney

Life in the Ruins of Nablus

by Beth Daoud

Palestinians and Americans

by Sam Bahour

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