August 2007

Notes from Hempfest

by FRED GARDNER

What Do They Have to Hide?

by RALPH NADER

President Druzilla

by MISSY COMLEY BEATTIE

Why Mary Pipher Returned Her APA Award

by STEPHEN SOLDZ

Whitewashing the History of Abolition

by BRIAN CONCANNON, Jr.

Don’t Carpool with Nouri al-Maliki

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Bush, Vietnam and Iraq

by WILLIAM SCHRODER

Exit, the Vicar of Visuals

by RICHARD RHAMES

Uncle Ben and the Nanny State

by JACKIE CORR

A Cruel and Unusual Excuse

by GREG MOSES

More War on the Horizon

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

Naomi Klein and the Path Not Taken

by JEFF BALLINGER

Dissent, the Housing Crash and the Next President

by ALAN FARAGO

Inching Toward Insanity

by DAVE ZIRIN

Pere Jean-Juste Comes Home

by BILL QUIGLEY

How Newark Can Mend

by RYAN HAYGOOD

Naomi Klein and the Path Not Taken

by JEFF BALLINGER

We Shouldn’t be Causing This

by KATHY KELLY

When Sports Journalists Talk Race

by D. K. WILSON

Bush’s House of Snakes

by BRENDA NORRELL

Bush, Vietnam and 14 More GIs Dead

by RON JACOBS

Schwarzenegger’s True Lies About Dams and Canals

by DAN BACHER

Beyond Kafka

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

Meeting the Mahatma

by P. SAINATH

The Ongoing Tragedy of Afghanistan

by JOHN WRIGHT

The Weeds of Willapa Bay

by JOSHUA FRANK

Sleepless in Iraq

by MARC LEVY

Operation Kabuki?

by WILLIAM S. LIND

When Courts Bow Down to Secrecy

by LAWRENCE R. VELVEL

Bush’s War Drums

by RAY McGOVERN

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