May 2004

The Indian Elections of 2004

by VIJAY PRASHAD

Caterpillar Should Do the Right Thing, Now

by ELIZABETH W. CORRIE

Who is Kenneth deGraffenried?

by MICHAEL GILLESPIE

Who to Trust: AIPAC or Amnesty International?

by RAY HANANIA

Out of Iraq and Plato’s Cave

by GARY CORSERI

Homes Destroyed; Death Toll Mounts

by JOSH FRANK

If Malcolm Were Alive

by KEVIN ALEXANDER GRAY

The Body Burden

by THOMAS P. HEALY

Man on a Leash

by VANESSA JONES

The Gaza Debacle

by NEVE GORDON

The Other War, One Year Later

by ELAINE CASSEL

The Color of Abu Ghraib

by BOB WING

The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations

by ZEYNEP TOUFE

Mistreatment of Detainees in US Custody

by KENNETH ROTH

Why Abu Ghraib Shouldn’t Surprise Us

by DOUG STOKES

A New Film Exposes Police Terror

by FREDERICK B. HUDSON

Iraq from Saddam to Occupatio

by ALEX DAWOODY

Were Abu Ghraib Soldiers Properly "Trained?"

by LAURA SANTINA

The Revelations of Mr. W

by BORIS LEONARDO CARO

More Election 2004 Madness

by MICKEY Z.

Kerry Woos McCain

by KURT NIMMO

The Last Moments in the Life of Nick Berg

by VICTOR KATTAN

Rumsfeld’s Sovereignty Shell Game

by RON JACOBS

The Power of Patti Smith

by RON JACOBS

There’s No Such Thing as a Good War Crime

by RAY HANANIA

Green Lights for Torture

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

ABCs of American Interrogation Methods

by DOUGLAS VALENTINE

Inside the City Detention Center

by JOE SURKIEWICZ

Massive Demolition of Palestinian Homes in Gaza

by JEFF HALPER

A Fond Reminiscence

by BEN TRIPP

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