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

5. Women, Abortion and the Democratic Party
by Brandy Baker

6. The Instructive History of Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition
by JoAnn Wypijewski

7. Soul Brother: Clinton and Black Americans
by Kevin Alexander Gray

8. Notes from the Big Empty
by Bruce Anderson

9. The Slick Swindler from Montana: Sen. Max Baucus
by Josh Frank

10. Senator John McCain: Another Phony “Maverick”
by Alexander Cockburn, Andrew Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

11. Ron Wyden: One Senator; Many Masters
by Michael Donnelly

12. Santorum: That’s Latin for Asshole
by Jeffrey St. Clair

13. Marc Racicot: Bush’s Main Man
by Jeffrey St. Clair

14. Paul Wellstone: Liberal Icon?
by Jeff Taylor

15. The Political Business of Terry McAuliffe
by Jeffrey St. Clair

16. Karl Rove: the Manager and the Playing Field
by Steve Perry

17. Oil for One and One for Oil: the Politics of Energy
by Jeffrey St. Clair

18. The Bipartisan Origins of the War on Drugs
by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

19. Civil Rights Down Through the Presidencies
by Greg Moses

20. Capitalism’s Warehouses
by Vijay Prashad

21. Rand Beers and Colombia
by Sean Donahue

22. Phonying Up the Defense Budget
by Winslow Wheeler

23. Alliances and the American Empire
by Gabriel Kolko

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Serpents in the Garden
Liaisons with Culture and Sex
By Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

A steaming collection of essays on sex, music, art, architecture and culture from the editors and writers of CounterPunch, including a trip inside the Kinsey Institute, an exposition on the links between Angelina Jolie and the French Revolution, the transcripts of the stage tapes from Bob Dylan’s infamous electric performance at Newport in 1964 that prove they weren’t booing him but the ridiculous Peter Yarrow, and much, much more.

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The Politics of Anti-Semitism
By Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

Is this the most controversial book of 2003? It was denounced by liberals and neocons alike, numerous reviews in mainstream papers were quashed by editors. Find out what the storm is all about. There’s no more explosive topic in American public life today than the issue of Israel, its treatment of Palestinians and its influence on American politics. Yet the topic is one that is so hedged with anxiety, fury and fear, that honest discussion is often impossible. The Politics of Anti-Semitism lifts this embargo.

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Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

Jeffrey St. Clair is editor of CounterPunch. His new book is Killing Trayvons: an Anthology of American Violence (with JoAnn Wypijewski and Kevin Alexander Gray). He can be reached at: sitka@comcast.net. Alexander Cockburn’s Guillotined! and A Colossal Wreck are available from CounterPunch.

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May 18, 2018
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Andrew Levine
The Donald, Vlad, and Bibi
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How Long Will We Pretend Palestinians Aren’t People?
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Wild at Heart: Keeping Up With Margie Kidder
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Venezuela on the Eve of Presidential Elections: The US Empire Isn’t Sitting by Idly
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Criminalizing Victims: the Fate of Honduran Refugees 
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Don’t Call It an Explosion: Gaseous Ignition Events with Radioactive Waste
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The First “Fake News” Story (or, What the Serpent Would Have Said)
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Israel Crosses a Line as IDF Snipers Murder Unarmed Protesters in the Ghetto of Gaza
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The McCain Cult
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What’s Wrong With the United States?
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The Lesson I Learned Growing Up Jewish
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A Call to Secular Humanist Resistance
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The U.S. Role in Removing a Revolutionary and in Restoring War to Colombia
Rev. William Alberts
The Danger of Praying Truth to Power
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A Primer on the Venezuelan Elections
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The Age of Petty Tyrannies
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Have Recent Events Sounded the Death Knell for Iran’s Regional Project?
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How the “Cocaine Mitch” Saga Deflected the Spotlight on Corruption
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Tim Kaine’s War Scam Hits a Speed Bump
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Pipeline Outrage is a Human Issue, Not a Political Issue
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Who’s to Blame If the US-North Korea Summit Isn’t Held?
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When Outrage is Capital
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The Moral Revolution America Needs
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Big Dead Place: Remembering Antarctica
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What Does It Mean to be a Physician Advocate in Haiti?
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Saving Sage Grouse: Another Collaborative Failure
Sam Husseini
To the US Government, Israel is, Again, Totally Off The Hook
Brian Wakamo
Sick of Shady Banks? Get a Loan from the Post Office!
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Trump: Making America Dread Again
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Bloody Monday, Every Day of the Week
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Swing Status, Be Gone
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Questioning Our Declaration on Human Rights
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Classrooms, Not Computers: Stop Educating for Profit
Patrick Walker
Today’s Poor People’s Campaign: Too Important Not to Criticize
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Wrestling With Zionism
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The Exceptional President
Barry Barnett
The Family of Nations Needs to Stand Up to the US  
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Two Prongs of a Pitchfork
Bruce Raynor
In an Age of Fake News, Journalists Should be Activists for Truth
Max Parry
The U.S. Won’t Say ‘Genocide’ But Cares About Armenian Democracy?
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The History of Israel on One Page
Robert Jensen
Neither cis nor TERF
Louis Proyect
Faith or Action in a World Hurtling Toward Oblivion?
David Yearsley
The Ubiquitous Mr. Desplat
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