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SHOCK AND AWE OVER GAZA — Jonathan Cook reports from the West Bank on How the Media and Human Rights Groups Cover for Israel’s War Crimes; Jeffrey St. Clair on Why Israel is Losing; Nick Alexandrov on Honduras Five Years After the Coup; Joshua Frank on California’s Water Crisis; Ismael Hossein-Zadeh on Finance Capital and Inequality; Kathy Deacon on The Center for the Whole Person; Kim Nicolini on the Aesthetics of Jim Jarmusch. PLUS: Mike Whitney on the Faltering Economic Recovery; Chris Floyd on Being Trapped in a Mad World; and Kristin Kolb on Cancer Without Melodrama.
Patrick Smith places the Ukrainian crisis in historical and political context; Yvette Carnell profiles the strange career of Obama’s Pitbull, Rev. Al Sharpton; David Macaray explores the job-killing history of US trade pacts; Ron Jacobs assays the political resumé of that Prophet of False Hope Bernie Sanders; Kim Nicolini surveys the rock documentaries of DA […]

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Patrick Smith places the Ukrainian crisis in historical and political context; Yvette Carnell profiles the strange career of Obama’s Pitbull, Rev. Al Sharpton; David Macaray explores the job-killing history of US trade pacts; Ron Jacobs assays the political resumé of that Prophet of False Hope Bernie Sanders; Kim Nicolini surveys the rock documentaries of DA Pennebaker; JoAnn Wypijewski investigates fatal encounters between police and civilians; Mike Whitney details how Obama made a bad economy worse; Kristin Kolb offers a meditation on water, the Northwest and cancer; Chris Floyd on why some girls are more precious than others; and Jeffrey St. Clair on the Death Penalty and the American Mind.