Volume 20 no 6

CounterPunch Magazine, June 2013

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In this Issue:

  • A Social History of Wiretaps:  Anthropologist David Price recounts the history of government wiretaps in America.
  • Twilight of the Post-World War II Order: Peter Lee profiles the new Japan: aggressive, militaristic, nostalgic for the old empire
  • My Hollywood Adventure With the CIA: John Eskow recounts his experience writing the screenplay for Air America, the film which exposed CIA drug-running during the Vietnam War.
  • Malaysia on the Knife Edge: Nile Bowie reports from Kuala Lumpur on the rising Islamist movement
  • Accidental Racism? Lee Ballinger on the strange duet between Brad Paisley and LL Cool J in the context of the New South
  • Jeffrey St. Clair on The CIA Came at Night
  • JoAnn Wypijewski on Life Against Death
  • Chris Floyd on Shamming Into Syria
  • Mike Whitney on The Worst of Times for Workers
  • Kristin Kolb: Ave, Angelina
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