October 2002

Turkey Resigned to No-Win Situation

by LINDA HEARD

The Lantos / Netanyahu Two-Step

by WILLIAM HUGHES

The Problem with Posner

by EDWARD LAZARUS

Starring Jimmy Carter, in War and Peace

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Venezuelan Democracy Under Siege

by MARK WEISBROT

Bush and Bosses Target Dockworkers

by LEE SUSTAR

Identify the Enemy!

by JERRE SKOG

Predators, Snipers and the Posse Comitatus Act

by KURT NIMMO

I Can Tell You Want Us to Bomb You!

by TREY SAGER

The Politics of File Sharing

by DAVE MARSH

Karen Hughes in Texas

by JACKSON THOREAU

Do I Divest?

by DESMOND TUTU

Redbaiting the Antiwar Movement

by RON JACOBS

Reform By Imprisonment

by SAM BAHOUR

Selling War

by JOHN JONIK

The Iraq Peace Team

by RAMZI KYSIA

Between Armageddon and Peace

by HANAN ASHRAWI

Colombian Army Hacked Handicapped Man to Death

by MARIA ENGQVIST

Can the UN be Saved?

by DON KRAUS

Fighting Terrorism with the Wrong Weapons

by AHMAD FARUQUI

Deserving Abolishment

by JOSH FRANK

Madison Takes on the Patriot Act

by MICHAEL LEON

Bush Corelone

by JEREMY SCAHILL

A New Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

by PIERRE TRISTAM

Flesh

by RICHARD THIEME

An Open Letter to John Kerry on Iraq

by BRIAN WILLSON

Notes on DC Snipers

by ANTHONY GANCARSKI

Chickenhawk a la Mode

by BEN TRIPP

Israel and White Supremacy

by AARON MICHAEL LOVE

Iraq as Prison State, a review of Milan Rai’s War Plan Iraq

by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

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