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by RON JACOBS

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by MARJORIE COHN

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by AGUSTIN VELLOSO

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Desperation in Gitmo’s Camp 6

by NICOLE COLSON

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Syrian Expeditions

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by TOM CLIFFORD

The Holocaust as Political Asset

by AMIRA HASS

Onward, Free Market Soldiers!

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Beginning of the End for the Yellowstone Grizzly?

by DOUG PEACOCK

A Day of Bombs and Blood

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Betraying Thomas Jefferson

by DAVE LINDORFF

Wolfowitz’s Quid Pro Quo

by EMAD MEKAY And JIM LOBE

Apologies, Incorporated

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

Bowing Down to Our Own Violence

by NORMAN SOLOMON

How Green is Tom Friedman?

by HARVEY WASSERMAN

John Valverde’s Fight for Freedom

by ANTHONY PAPA

How Many Dead Equal a Failed Government?

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An Open Letter to Oprah Winfrey

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A New Dark Ages for Women

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Tom Tancredo as 17th Century Indian Chief?

by SAUL LANDAU And FARRAH HASSEN

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Economic Campaign Against North Korea

by CHINA HAND

The Bonfire of the Hannities

by NIRANJAN RAMAKRISHNAN

Virginia Tech and Cho Seung Hui

by JERRY KROTH

Don Imus’s Firing and the Hip-Hop Culture

by CHARLES FISHER And RANDY FISHER

What’s Inside the STRIVE Bill

by JUSTIN AKERS CHACÓN

More Gun Laws or Fewer Idiots?

by LILA RAJIVA

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