December 2004

Disappearing the Anti-War Movement at the NYTs

by JOHN WALSH

Rumsfeld Must Go

by BRIAN CLOUGHLEY

An Interview with Amos Elon

by ARI SHAVIT Ha'aretz

Greens and Greenbacks

by MICHAEL DONNELLY

An Interview with Noam Chomsky

by M. JUNAID ALAM

Texas Election Scandal

by GREG MOSES

Fallujah and the Media

by MIKE WHITNEY

Cuban Deja Vu All Over Again, All Over Again

by SAUL LANDAU

Reflections for a Handful of Activists

by RICHARD OXMAN

Honduras Validates Its Banana Republic Status, Again

by GENNA GOODMAN-CAMPBELL

Blaming the Victims of the 2004 Election

by BRIAN KWOBA

Justice With Eyes Wide Open

by TONI SOLO

Rummy’s Quagmire of Lies

by MIKE WHITNEY

Christmas Eve Resistance to the First US Occupation

by WILLIAM LOREN KATZ

My Friend Richard Barnet

by SAUL LANDAU

The Endless War in Colombia

by JOE DeRAYMOND

O Little Town of Bethlehem

by FRANCIS A. BOYLE

Ukraine’s Real Underdog

by CHAD NAGLE

X-Mas vs. the Power Fools

by GREG MOSES

Winning

by DIANE CHRISTIAN

Iraq’s Christian Minority Loses Its Innocence

by BORZOU DARAGAHI

Not Quite Ready for Sainthood

by CHAD NAGLE

Social Security Pump and Dump

by DAVID PRICE

When No Law Means No Law

by GREG MOSES

Crumbs from Our Table

by MICKEY Z.

Death Watch for Human Rights in Haiti

by BILL QUIGLEY

The UN’s Real Disgrace was the Sanctions Regime

by DAVID SMITH-FERRI

An Encounter with Senator Charles Schumer

by ALAN SINGER

Merck’s Merry Christmas

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

Nobel Laureate Suffers from a Bizarre Historical Amnesia

by JAMES PETRAS

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