October 2004

Election Day

by WILLIAM S. LIND

Sanctions as a War of Attrition

by HOPE BASTIAN

Why MLB Owners Support the Prez

by DAVE ZIRIN

An Interview Dr. David Himmelstein

by NANCY WELCH

Standing at the Graves of Iraq

by GREG MOSES

Bush, Ba’ath and Beyond

by NIRANJAN RAMAKRISHNAN

Put a Cork in It

by JON SWIFT

Notes from the Big Empty

by BRUCE ANDERSON

What Makes Ralph Nader Tick?

by GREG BATES

Uzbekistan and Bush Hypocrisies

by BRIAN CLOUGHLEY

The New York Times: Paper of Record and Ripoff

by SUZAN MAZUR

Are The States Ready for Stuff Happens?

by ALEXANDER BILLET

How Monica Lewinsky Saved Social Security

by ROBIN BLACKBURN

Landscape of Fear

by KEN AVIDOR

The Tower of Gabble

by P. SAINATH

…and the Million Worker March

by JOANN WYPIJEWSKI

They Worked for Franco

by VICENTE NAVARRO

Osama’s Offer

by RICHARD OXMAN

The Joke was on Me

by RON JACOBS

How Both Parties Exploit the Defense Budget

by WINSLOW T. WHEELER

Osama’s Endorsement

by JOHN CHUCKMAN

No Justice in County Clare

by HARRY BROWNE

Kerrycrats and the War

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Ecstasy in Red Sox Nation

by RON JACOBS

Political Satire 101

by ALAN MAASS

Rebellion in the Rank

by Col. DAN SMITH

“The Gas is Ours”

by FORREST HYLTON

Crammed with Distressful Politics

by JULES RABIN

The Bi-Partisan Politics of Oil

by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

Both Parties Ignore Working Parents

by KRISTIN VAN TASSEL

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