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Defending Dan? Rather Not

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The Stupid White Man Quiz

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Confessions of a Despairing Voter

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Reagan and the Killing Fields of Lebanon

by STANLEY HELLER

Ask Your Questions; Prepare to Die

by ELAINE CASSEL

Kerry’s "Unwavering Commitment" to Securing a Middle East Realm

by GARY LEUPP

Attention Deficit America

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

America Will Disappoint the World, Again

by ADAM FEDERMAN

What’s Behind the Horror in Darfur?

by DAVID WHITEHOUSE

How to Avoid Becoming an Anti-American

by M. JUNAID ALAM

Large Dams in India: Temples or Burial Grounds?

by ROBERT JENSEN

Tigers Against Nader, Pussycats Against Bush

by DAVE LINDORFF

Talked Out, But Does the IRA Give Up?

by HARRY BROWNE

What If the Problem with Phone Polls is that They are Phone Polls?

by DAVID PRICE

What Really Happened in the 2000 Election

by KARYN STRICKLER

No Taxes for Owners, Only for Workers

by MARK WEISBROT

The New Cult of the Temple

by URI AVNERY

Get Fallujah

by PATRICK COCKBURN And ANDREW BUNCOMBE

Forgeries, Fingerprints and Forensic Fakery

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Sequestered in Nablus

by SCOTT HANDLEMAN

Ashcroft in Indonesia

by CONN HALLINAN

W is For Wimp

by BRIAN J. FOLEY

And Then I Got Sick…

by LORI SMITH

The Real Story of Vietnam Veterans Against the War

by JOE ALLEN

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