July 2004

All Blame and No Responsibility

by BRIAN CLOUGHLEY

Colin Powell and My Grandmother

by SAM BAHOUR

Behind the UNITE HERE Union Merger

by LEE SUSTAR

Surreal Political Theater

by JENNIFER VAN BERGEN And TOM STEPHENS

The Frowning Face of Compassionate Conservatism

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

A World of Pain

by FRED GARDNER

The Disturbing Words of John Edwards

by JOHN CHUCKMAN

He’s the (Any) One

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Was Iraq a Mutual Charade?

by HAROLD A. GOULD

Forest Battles Escalate in Oregon

by JOSHUA FRANK

The Lost Art of Hitchhiking

by RON JACOBS

The Shame of the DNC

by DAVID LINDORFF

Five Questions with Noam Chomsky

by MERLIN CHOWKWANYUN

The Invisible Hand at the Voting Booth

by DIANE FARSETTA

Victims without Oppressors; Massacres without Crimes

by DAVID NALLY

An Interview with a Palestinian-American Rapper

by M. JUNAID ALAM

The Real Drug Culture

by MICHAEL DONNELLY

The Pathology of George Bush

by FIDEL CASTRO

Murder Not So Foul?

by DAVE LINDORFF

Kerry Doesn’t Want Anti-War Activists

by SONALI KOLHATKAR And JAMES INGALLS

Why They Resist

by MAXIMILIEN ROBESPIERRE

Walt Whitman on C-SPAN, Fox News and Wolf Blitzer’s Voice

by BRUCE JACKSON

JFK Rolls Over in His Grave

by SAUL LANDAU

What Kerry Must Do to Win (But Probably Won’t)

by ALLAN J. LICHTMAN And VLADIMIR KEILIS-BOROK

What Kerry Really Did in Vietnam

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN And JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

Cashing in on Failure

by WILLIAM S. LIND

US Document Reveals Scale of Conflict

by ROBERT FISK

What Michael Moore Left Out

by FRANK BARDACKE

Kerry’s Latin America Plan

by TOM BARRY

Hawking the CounterCulture

by RON JACOBS

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