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A Dime’s Worth of Difference: Beyond the Lesser of Two Evils

 

1. Milk Bars, Hollywood and the March of Empires
by Alexander Cockburn

2. Jolene: On the Line in Detroit
by Marsh Cusic

3. The Butterfly Has Landed
by Jeffrey St. Clair

4. Binti Jua’s Family Values
by Alexander Cockburn

5. Take Two Hits and Call Me in the Morning
by Ben Tripp

6. Hitler on Pat Buchanan
by Alexander Cockburn

7. The Incomplete, True, Authentic and Wonderful History of May Day
by Peter Linebaugh

Music

8. From Gospel to the Birth of Soul: Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers
by Daniel Wolff

9. From Birmingham to Nashville: The Making of Tammy Wynette
by David Vest

10. How Dylan Found His Voice
by Lenni Brenner

11. The Myth of Newport ’65: It Wasn’t Dylan They Were Booing
by Bruce Jackson

12. Seduced by a Legend: The Return of T99 Nelson
by Jeffrey St. Clair

13. The Music of Big Bill Broonzy
by Ron Jacobs

14. Waylon Jennings: an Honest Outlaw
by Jeffrey St. Clair

15. Alan Lomax: Great White Thief
by Dave Marsh

16. The Story of Death Row Records
by Jeffrey St. Clair

17. By the Hand of the Father: the Music of Alejandro Escevado
by Susan Martinez

18. Ken Burns Doesn’t Really Like Music
by Jeffrey St. Clair

19. Did the CIA Poison Paul Robeson?
by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

Art and Architecture

20. The Jackboot of Dada: Salvador Dali, Fascist
by Vicente Navarro

21. Max Dupain, Olive Cotton and the Aboriginal Tent Embassy
by Vanessa Jones

22. Freud’s House
by Alexander Cockburn

23. Flesh and Its Discontents: the Paintings of Lucian Freud
by Jeffrey St. Clair

24. Mizner in Florida
by Alexander Cockburn

25. Brett Weston: a Natural Eye
by Jeffrey St. Clair

26. William Randolph Hearst & Julia Morgan in California
by Alexander Cockburn

27. Usonian Utopias: Frank Lloyd Wright, Low-cost Housing and the FBI
by Jeffrey St. Clair

28. The World Trade Towers: an Architecture of Dread and Doom
by Jeffrey St. Clair

29. Proposal for a Landscape of Learning on the WTC Grounds
by Max Page and Sigrid Miller Pollin

30. Ripley’s World
by Alexander Cockburn

Sex

31. Love Button: a Big Week for the Clitoris
by Alexander Cockburn

32. Eros Meets Civilization: Gershon Legman Confronts the Post Office
by Susan Davis

33. Prison Bitch: Joking about Prison Rape
by Steve J.B.

34. Pee Wee, Pete Townshend and Scott Ritter
by Alexander Cockburn

35. Youth, Sex and the Heresies of Judith Levine
by Steve Perry

36. It’s a Sex Thing
by JoAnn Wypijewski

37. John Ashcroft’s Breast Fetish
by Dr. Susan Block

38. Angelina Jolie and the French Revolution
by Alexander Cockburn

39. A Visit to the Kinsey Institute
by Susan Davis

40. Let Them Perfect Love-making
by JoAnn Wypijewski

41. The Hoofprints of Lucifer
by Alexander Cockburn

Death

42. Ted Hughes’s Spell
by Ben Sonnenberg

43. Edward Said: a Mighty and Passionate Heart
by Alexander Cockburn

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Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

Jeffrey St. Clair is editor of CounterPunch. His new book is The Big Heat: Earth on the Brink co-written with Joshua Frank. He can be reached at: sitka@comcast.net. Alexander Cockburn’s Guillotined! and A Colossal Wreck are available from CounterPunch.

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