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Volume 19 no 22

December 16-31, 2012

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Geography Counterinsurgent
By Joel Wainwright

Music Censorship – Tipper Gore and the Encore
By Lee Ballinger

Another ‘Conference of Polluters’ Confirms Climate Catastrophe
By Patrick Bond

Life in a Yoga Sex Cult – Romania’s Tantric Guru
By Stewart J. Lawrence

Japan’s Resurgent Militarism
By Tom Clifford

Privatizing the Air: The Emissions Trading Scam
By Patrick Bond

Volume 19 no 21

December 1-15, 2012

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Blown Up – Wind Industry Buffeted by Backlash
By Robert Bryce

Their Eyes Were Watching You – Notes on a Growing Surveillance State
By Tom Wright

Making Green a Threat Again
By Scott Parkin

Volume 19 no 20

November 16-30, 2012

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Vanishing Point – Canaries in the South Pacific
By Vijay Prashad

Pakistan and America Caught in a Bad Romance
By Charles Pierson

The Path to Change in Ethiopia
By Graham Peebles

Panthers in Sweden
By Gabriel Kuhn

Volume 19 no 19

November 1-15, 2012

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Fiscal Policy as Class Politics – What Keynes Really Prescribed
By Alan Nasser

The Manufacture of Knowledge – What’s Going On at the Israeli National Security Studies Think Tank
By Karim Malik

The Undocumented Population and Universalism
By Nicholas Parker

Suicides in Solitary
By Terry A. Kupers

Volume 19 no 18

October 16-31, 2012

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Aiding Corporations Through Death Squad Violence – The Blood Toll of Plan Colombia
By Daniel Kovalik

The Obama Illusion
By Rob Urie

Learning from the Zapatistas – Comañeros of the Word
By Greg Ruggiero

Volume 19 no 17

October 1-15, 2012

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Obama and Romney vs. Medicare – The First Cuts Won’t be the Deepest
By Dave Lindorff

The Arab Spring at the Crossroads – Seven Key Challenges
By Esam Al-Amin

The Kafkaesque Case of Matt Duran  – A Defense of Contempt
By Kristian Williams

Volume 19 no 15 & 16

September 1-31, 2012

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Special Tribute Issue
Alexander Cockburn
June 6, 1941 – July 21, 2012

Go Ask Alex
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Cockburn’s Promontory
By Peter Linebaugh

Ridiculing the Celebrated, Celebrating the Ridiculed
By Frank Bardacke

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Volume 19 no 14

August 1-31, 2012

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The Path to Full Employment – An Interview with Robert Pollin
By Laura Flanders

Vietnam Today – Passing from Communism
By Gabriel Kolko

Like a Tree Planted by the Rivers
By Daniel Wolff

Our Voltaire – Alexander Cockburn
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 19 no 13

July 1-31, 2012

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The Humiliation of JP Morgan – Cut to the Chase
By Mike Whitney

The Dreyfus Affair, Revisited
By Israel Shamir

Women and Revolution
By Ron Jacobs

The Fake War on Police
By Kevin Carson

Rape in the Congo, Giséle’s Story
By Victoria Fontan

Volume 19 no 12

June 16-30, 2012

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Black Farmers vs. the USDA – Jim Crow in the Fields
By Heather Gray

David Brower at 100 – My Dad the Archdruid
By Kenneth Brower

Cornwall Diary: Extraction Zones – From Penzance to California
By Iain A. Boal

Welfare Reform in Britain  – David Cameron’s Assault on the Poor
By Joseph Richardson

Volume 19 no 11

June 1-15, 2012

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Resistance’s Half-Life: Militarization and the Growing Academic Silence
By David Price

Romney’s Slash-and-Burn Economics
By Mike Whitney

The Fall of the House of Stanford
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 19 no 10

May 16-31, 2012

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Deep Poverty in American Today
Laura Flanders talks to Peter Edelman

Remembering the U.S. Attack on Vietnam Fifty Years Ago
By Jean Bricmont

The Real Function of Socialism  – Is the Left a Right-Wing Conspiracy?
By Israel Shamir

Volume 19 no 9

May 1-15, 2012

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Where We’re at in 2012 – Nero’s Half Boar and Other Disclosures
By Alexander Cockburn

Illusions Die Hard, A Lot Harder Than They Should Have
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The TSA’s Decade of Tyranny
By James Bovard

Volume 19 no 8

April 16-30, 2012

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The Flight of the Young Chicken-Hawk – How Mitt Romney Dodged the Draft
By H. Bruce Franklin

Scorpion’s Sting – The Social Cost of China’s GDP Growth
By Wei Zhang

The Completed “Kill Chain” – Automated Warfare and the Rise of the Drones
By Andrew Cockburn

Volume 19 no 7

April 1-15, 2012

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A Libyan Diary – Reality after the Overthrow
By Vijay Prashad

Hunger and Financial Speculation – Why the World Price of Food Is Going Up
By Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero

From Vengeance to Sanitation – How they Argue Now for the Death Penalty
By Bruce Jackson & Diane Christian

Argentina Shows the Way – Economic Piracy as Good as Policy
By Serge Halimi

Volume 19 no 6

March 16-31, 2012

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Advancing the Policy of “Aggressive Diplomacy” – Iran in Obama’s Speeches
By Sasan Fayazmanesh

Mitt Romney’s Mormonism: Why It’s a Serious Issue
By Renato Wardle

In Defense of Gilad Atzmon
By Jean Bricmont

The Anatomy of Hopelessness – Scenes from Martinsburg South Middle School
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 19 no 5

March 1-15, 2012

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The ProPublica and Other Models – How Toxic is the Fog of Benevolence in Foundation
By Harry Browne

The Validity of Faith: An Atheist Perspective
By Rachel Ortiz

Fortress in Stony Ridge Ohio  – The kids said, Let’s destroy everything! He said No.
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 19 no 4

February 16-29, 2012

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Dioxin, Dow and the EPA – Dow Chemical’s Endless War
By Peter Lee

“Emptying the water to catch the fish” – Terror in Chhatisgarh
By Marina Forti

Shards From a Broken Road – God and Cars in Kokomo
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 19 no 3

February 1-15, 2012

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A Witch-Hunting We Will Go – Lizzie Phelan vs.The New York Times
By Alexander Cockburn

Disgusting is as Disgusting Does – The Agonies of Susan Rice
By Vijay Prashad

Blaming the Poor – Yes, It’s Charles Murray, singing for his Supper
By Carl Ginsburg

Volume 19 no 2

January 16-31, 2012

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Two Ounces of Kafka – An Oily Encounter with Homeland Security
By Pete Knutson

An ex-Mormon Woman Looks Back at the Church – “I’ve Never Met a Mormon Man Who Has Any Real Respect for Women”
Alexander Cockburn interviews Becky Grant

The Port Huron Statement and the Start of the Sixties
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 19 no 1

January 1-15, 2012

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After Russia’s Winter Break – Liberals and Communists Regroup
By Israel Shamir

Paul Krugman Learns the Facts of Life On Health Insurance
By Rob Urie

The Change They Believed In – How Obama Got His Start
By Robert Fitch

“A cockleshell adrift on the ocean” – Presidents Who Don’t Preside
By Serge Halimi

Volume 18 no 22

December 16-31, 2011

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Now It’s Rio’s Turn – Why the Olympic Games Are Always Wars on the Poor
By Michael Volpe

From the Angle of Farm Workers and Farm Work – The Rise and Fall of Cesar Chavez and the UFW
By Bill Hatch

Factory Farms as Reality and Metaphor – Terror, Domination and Meat
By Rob Urie

Volume 18 no 21

December 1-15, 2011

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Portrait of an American “Hero” – A Soldier’s Story
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 18 no 20

November 16-30, 2011

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What’s the U.S. Up to in the Pacific?
By Conn Hallinan

Down the Mine and Up the Chimney with Dr. Gingrich
By Alexander Cockburn

Obama and Labor – Friends Without Benefits
By David Macaray

Involuntary Selective Service for All – Corporate Nihilism and the Roots of War
By C.P. Wilkinson

Volume 18 no 19

November 1-15, 2011

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Is There Any Fundamental Difference Between the Bush and Obama Presidencies in the Area of Domestic Civil Liberties? – Obama’s Assault: 20 Examples
By Bill Quigley

Beyond Anti-Semitism
By Rebecca Gould

Obama’s Attack on Social Security and Medicare
By Dave Lindorff

Volume 18 no 18

October 16-31, 2011

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“So, Finally, What’s a Former Catholic to do When her Church is Corrupt and Moribund?” – Clerical Sex Abuse and the Vatican
By Nancy Scheper-Hughes

Did They Really Read His Lips? – Obama’s Policy on Marijuana: The Reform Leaders’ Misleading Spin
By Fred Gardner

Volume 18 no 17

October 1-15, 2011

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“Most People Who have Worked in the Fields Say it is the Hardest Work They Have Ever Done” – The Work Itself
By Frank Bardacke

The Black Backlash Against Obama
By Linn Washington Jr.

Volume 18 no 16

September 16-30, 2011

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Succeeding Where Bush Failed – The Obama Administration’s Nuclear Weapons Surge
By Darwin Bond-Graham

Japan’s Nuclear Disaster Radiation Still Leaking – Recovery Still Years Away
By Richard Wilcox

Volume 18 no 15

September 1-15, 2011

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Obama and the Economy
By Mike Whitney

The “Jobs” Speech
By Andrew Cockburn

Guantánamo, Torture and Obama’s Surrenders
By Andy Worthington

Downhill from 2005 – A Tale of Two Lefts in Mexico
By Paul Imison

Volume 18 no 14

August 1-31, 2011

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“I want you to tell me why you killed people” – Howard Zinn’s Apologies, Allen Nelson’s Nightmares
By Doug Lummis

Buddy’s Story – Has a Cop Killed Your Dog?
By Patrick Higgins

Just Look at a Map and the Numbers – England: Why Riots Now? What to Do
By Adam Coutts & David Stuckler

Volume 18 no 13

July 1-31, 2011

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Where Did the Radiation Plumes from Japan Touch Down? – The Fukushima Disaster and Infant Deaths in the U.S.A.
By Pierre Sprey with Alexander Cockburn

Mark Zborowski in a World of Pain – Part Two: Trial by FBI
By David Price

Good Deeds of the Grass Roots Aristocracy – Cops and Crazy People
By Bill Hatch

Volume 18 no 12

June 16-30, 2011

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How America’s Shrinks Collude with Drug Industry In Turning America’s Children into Zombies
By Jed Bickman

Mark Zborowski in a World of Pain – Part One, The Spy-Scholar
By David Price

Volume 18 no 11

June 1-15, 2011

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Worse Than Yugoslavia and Iraq? – The Press and NATO’s Attack on Libya
By Alexander Cockburn & Patrick Cockburn

Alabama’s Awful New Immigration Law, HB56
By Stewart J. Lawrence

Interview with Jan Haaken – Feminism’s Pyrrhic Victory?
By Michael Snedecker

Censorship in Japan: The Fukushima Cover-up
By Richard Wilcox

Volume 18 no 10

May 16-31, 2011

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How Tre Arrow Became America’s Most Wanted Environmental “Terrorist”
By Joshua Frank & Jeffrey St. Clair

The U.S. Government Won’t Be Charged With Perjury, Even When It’s Caught in a Lie
By Sally Eberhardt

Neoliberalism Meets Cosmetic Surgery – Giving Unemployment a Face-Lift
By Mona Chollet

Volume 18 no 9

May 1-15, 2011

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“Judge Whether Good Enough [to hit] SH @ Same Time –Not Only UBL.” – Donald Rumsfeld’s Really Huge Mistake
By Andrew Cockburn

“Freeing ourselves from nuclear power would mean starting a new life with hope” – How Japan Can Prosper without Nuclear Power
By Takashi Hirose

Syria and the Specter of Civil War
By Margot Patterson

Volume 18 no 8

April 16-30, 2011

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Travels to Kabul and Tehran – From Earthquake to Statis
By Patrick Cockburn

Report from Japan – Nuclear Power’s Future Amidst Fukushima Crisis
By Richard Wilcox

The Logic of Nonintervention
By Jean Bricmont

Volume 18 no 7

April 1-15, 2011

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Flat Out Wrong  – How the Guardian Stitched up Julian Assange
By Guy Rundle

“Medvedev vs. Putin” and other Burlesques  – Russian Politics after Libya
By Israel Shamir

“The traditional left and right parties are largely discredited” – The Rise of Marine Le Pen
By Larry Portis

Volume 18 no 6

March 16-31, 2011

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“Follow the Money” – Why the U.S. Defense Budget Soars, Even as the Military Shrinks
By Andrew Cockburn

Badger-Two Medicine and the Blackfeet – Battle in the Backbone of the World
By Andrea Peacock

Volume 18 no 5

March 1-15, 2011

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How Obama Flacked for Plutonium as Fukushima Burned
By Will Parish

Hate, Hope and Despair in France
By Larry Portis

One More Chapter in the Great Game – Why Was Raymond Davis Destabilizing Pakistan?
By Shaukat Qadir

Volume 18 no 4

February 16-28, 2011

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Rendering the Dictator’s Manual Inoperable – The Great Arab Revolutions of 2011
By Esam Al-Amin

1952 and After – Earthquakes for Sixty Years
By Vijay Prashad

Why Madison Matters – Endgame of the Reagan Revolution
By Andrew Levine

Balkanization and its Discontents – U.S.A.’s Doomed Afghan Plan
By Shaukat Qadir

Volume 18 no 3.2

February 1-15, 2011

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For CounterPunch Subscribers – This File Contains all the State Department cables discussed in Kathleen Christison’s article in CounterPunch newsletter Volume 18, Number 3
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 18 no 3.1

February 1-15, 2011

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Inside the Lethal World of Bulk Carriers – Death Trip on the Seven Seas
By Stan Cox

The Bitter Fruits of Taking Things for Granted  – U.S.-Egyptian Relationship as Shown in Wiki-Leaked Cables
By Kathleen Christison

Beyond Genocide – Against the Crime of Sociocide
By Larry Portis

Volume 18 no 2

January 16-31, 2011

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Wikileaks on Gaza – U.S. Coached Israel on War Crimes
By Kathleen Christison

Tremors in the Empire
By Alexander Cockburn

The Great Marginalization  – “Winning the Future” Obama-style
By Carl Ginsburg

Spirit of Revolt Rekindles in France – Resistance and Stéphane Hessel
By Larry Portis

Volume 18 no 1

January 1-15, 2011

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Sparks Amid the Moral Darkness – A Page From The Abolitionists’ handbook: “Ending U.S.-Sponsored Torture Forever”
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Criminal Kosovo – America’s Gift to Europe
By Diana Johnstone

Volume 17 no 22

December 16-31, 2010

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How Religious Awakenings Presage Radical Reforms
By Mason Gaffney

A Brief Word on the Awakenings
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 17 no 21

December 1-15, 2010

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Let Us Now Praise Infamous Animals – The Hidden Story of Animal Resistance
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Why is Sarkozy Getting Away With It?
By Larry Portis

Volume 17 no 20

November 16-30, 2010

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Israel and Palestine: What Next? – Is a Game-Changing Break Possible?
By Jeff Halper

A Citizen’s Counter Strategy – Ten Ideas to Starve the Wall Street Beast
By Pam Martens

How Real is the Threat of War? – North Korea Deathwatch
By Peter Lee

Serge Avedikian’s “Barking Island” – Dog Slaughter as Overture to the Armenian Genocide
By Larry Portis

Volume 17 no 19

November 1-15, 2010

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Goodbye Russ Feingold, Hello Rand Paul – The Best Senator Out-of-State Millionaires Can Buy
By Pam Martens

“Legal” Pot Comes Close in California  – Here is What Was Wrong with Prop 19
By Fred Gardner

The Rise and Fall of Steven Emerson, “Terror Expert”
By John E. Sugg

Was he an FBI Informant? – The Framing of Ernest Withers
By Daniel Wolff

Volume 17 no 18

October 16-31, 2010

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Britain’s Tri-Partisan Electoral Monolith – Slash-and-Burn Tory Coalition Picks Up Where New Labour Left Off
By Susan Watkins

The Class Struggle in France
By Larry Portis

Defeat on the Yellow River – The Debacle of the San Men Xia Dam
By Peter Lee

Volume 17 no 17

October 1-15, 2010

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Success is Not An Option – Obama’s Afghan Disaster
By Patrick Cockburn

A Lunch with Christine O’Donnell and Her People
By JoAnn Wypijewski

The Battle for Moscow
By Boris Kagarlitsky

Waiting for the Phone to Ring – Behind every Rendition There’s a Renderer
By Steve Hendricks

Volume 17 no 16

September 16-30, 2010

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Magical Thinking and the Suspension of Disbelief – The “Peace Process” Hits New Low in Grim Absurdity
By Kathleen Christison

Here it Comes Again! New Real Estate Bubble Looms – Farmland Casino Roars into Life
By Bill Hatch

How Can It Be Overcome? – A New Map of Hell
By Michael Snedecker

Volume 17 no 15

September 1-15, 2010

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The Body of the Terrorist – Body Parts, Bio-Piracy and the Spoils of War at Israel’s National Forensic Institute
By Nancy Scheper-Hughes

Volume 17 no 14

August 1-31, 2010

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Defending the 700,000 Most Despised People in America – The Mothers’ Rebellion
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Food Sovereignty – The Real and the Phony in Organic Food
By R.G. Davis

Kashmir and the Politics of the Shivalingam
By Peter Lee

Volume 17 no 13

July 1-31, 2010

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The Gulf Catastrophe, continued – How BP and the Obama Administration have been Joined at the Hip
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Three Tributes to Ben Sonnenberg – Farewell to a Friend
By Alexander Cockburn

The Political Economy of Migrant Labor – Why the Border Can Never Be “Secured”
By Frank Bardacke

Ben’s Class
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Visiting Ben
By Daniel Wolff

 

Volume 17 no 12

June 16-30, 2010

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Bad to Worse to Catastrophic – Oil Drilling Under Clinton, Bush and Obama
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The Best Way to Create Jobs? – Cut the Work Week
By Eugene P. Coyle

Interviewing Howard Blake – Have the CIA and British Intelligence Destroyed Classical Music in the Western World?
By Afshin Rattansi

Volume 17 no 11

June 1-15, 2010

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Deadly Consequence of the 9/11 Attacks Is Only Now Beginning to Show Up – What the Asbestos Workers of Libby Montana Can Tell New Yorkers
By Andrea Peacock

Workers rise up after the Raspadskaya Mine Disaster – The Explosion
By Boris Kagarlitsky

Here’s One “Quicksand” You Should Wade Into
By Jeffrey Blankfort

Volume 17 no 10

May 16-31, 2010

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“Never Forget!” – Where the Dead Still Walk: Civil War Graveyards and the Confederate Flag
By Kevin Alexander Gray

When Bad News is Good News – Making Big Bucks by Betting on the Collapse
By Carl Ginsburg

Elena Kagan and the Whitewashing Of Alan Dershowitz
By Fritz Neil

Volume 17 no 9

May 1-15, 2010

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Talking to Michael Pollan – Food: The Next Big Political Movement
By Harry Kreisler

From the Annals of Classical Espionage – The U.S. Great Seal in the Service of the USSR:  How the Americans were Bugged Through a Trojan Horse
By Igor Atamanenko

Volume 17 no 8

April 16-30, 2010

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Hu Jia’s Imprisonment and the Mockery of Citizens’ Rights in the Chinese People’s Republic
By Chaohua Wang

Outside a Tea Party – Mongrel Politics and an American Mind
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 17 no 7

April 1-15, 2010

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The Cloud Panopticon – Google, Cloud Computing and the Surveillance-Industrial Complex
By Christopher Ketcham & Travis Kelly

Hard Times for the Many – The Masters of Spin
By Carl Ginsburg

Good Times for the Few – Chairman Bernanke and the Bailout of the Banks
By Mike Whitney

Volume 17 no 6

March 16-31, 2010

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Stolen Computers, Witch Hunts, a Man Driven to his Death – Ultra-Zionism Runs Amok in Harper’s Canada
By Sarah Kamal

China’s Google Headache
By Peter Lee

Tortured Nature – The Rise and Rise of Gulag-Ag
By Steven Higgs

Volume 17 no 5

March 1-15, 2010

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On the Front Lines of the World Class Struggle – The Cargo Chain
By JoAnn Wypijewski

What can we do about the High Court’s Marriage to Corporate Power? – The History, the Verdict and Now the Challenge
By Mason Gaffney

Volume 17 no 4

February 16-28, 2010

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The Second Battle of Gaza – Israel’s Undermining of International Law
By Jeff Halper

Russian Liberals in their Theater of the Absurd
By Boris Kagarlitsky

Volume 17 no 3

February 1-15, 2010

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Knowing Better, But Doing Worse – Housing Poor People in Obama Time
By JoAnn Wypijewski

How the Economy was Lost
By Paul Craig Roberts

CounterPunch Exposé Prompts New Disclosures – The Spook School Program
By David Price

Volume 17 no 2

January 16-31, 2010

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How the CIA is Welcoming Itself Back onto American University Campuses – Silent Coup
By David Price

Iran and Russia Battle U.S.-Sanctioned Heroin Plague – They Fight Alone
By Peter Lee

Volume 17 no 1

January 1-15, 2010

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The Game’s Finally Up – California: Water and Real Estate
By Bill Hatch

The Huge Flaw at the Heart of the Goldstone Report
By Jennifer Loewenstein

Miss Palestine’s Rebellion
By Sousan Hammad

Medical Marijuana 2010 – Soaring Demand Shoves Reformers Forward
By Fred Gardner

Volume 16 no 22

December 16-31, 2009

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2010 – Is The Future Behind Us?
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Betraying Gaza – Egypt as Rent Boy
By Yvonne Ridley

Top Ten Reasons to Kill the Senate Health Care Bill
By Chuck Spinney

What Cuba Faces Now
By Saul Landau

Resuscitating the debate over education – From Dewey and Lippmann to Today’s Neoliberal Onslaughts on Public Schools
By Danny Weil

Volume 16 no 21

December 1-15, 2009

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Criminal Conspiracies and Religious Violence – When Stranglers Roamed the Roads
By William Pinch

Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here
By Andrew Cockburn

The Deficit Alibi
By Serge Halimi

Volume 16 no 20

November 16-30, 2009

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A Different Sort of Blowback – The Culture of Cocaine
By Forrest Hylton

Are Nepal’s Maoists on Shining Path to Victory?
By Peter Lee

“True Muslims”: The Trouble with Infallibility
By Niranjan Ramakrishnan

Volume 16 no 19

November 1-15, 2009

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Why the Bush Crowd Should Not Leave the Jurisdiction – A Lawless Presidency
By Stephen Green

Kidnapped for Reasons of State – Peggy Gibson and the Stolen Children
By Eamonn McCann

What Do Grassroots Organizers Actually Do When They Organize?
By Mike Miller

Volume 16 no 18

October 1-31, 2009

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The Novocaine Effect – Obama and Black America
By Kevin Alexander Gray

What it Takes to Build a Movement
By Mark Rudd

The March Into Afghanistan – A Brief Chronology of the Earlier Years
By H. Bruce Franklin

Volume 16 no 17

October 1-15, 2009

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From “Gentle Pursuasion” to “Better Killing” – Anthropology, Human Terrain’s Prehistory, and the Role of Culture in Wars Waged by Robots
By David Price

Education as “Soft Power” – Inside the American University of Iraq
By Mark Grueter

Mike Miller and the Golden Age of the Mission Coalition Organization
By Joe Paff

Volume 16 no 16

September 16-30, 2009

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Privatizing Public Schools: Another Big Chapter in the Smash-and-Grab Saga of Neoliberalism – The Wal-Mart Model of Education Comes to Los Angeles
By Danny Weil

How the SEC Helped Madoff Steal $50 Billion and has now Covered its Tracks  – First the Swindle, Now the Whitewash
By Eamonn Fingleton

The Man Who Saves Cows
By P. Sainath

Volume 16 no 15

September 1-15, 2009

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Pharmaceutical Imperialism and the Global Trade In Psychotherapeutics
By Eugenia Tsao

Newsletter Journal – Megrahi’s Release: How Libya Was Framed for the Lockerbie Bombing
By Alexander Cockburn

Next they’ll try to patent Ayahuasca (they already did) – The Ugly Saga of the Bean Biopirate
By Elyssa Pachico

Volume 16 no 14

August 1-31, 2009

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Former Bertelsmann High-Flier Plummets to Earth  – New York Times Director Probed for “Breach of Trust”
By Eamonn Fingleton

The High Line – A Place for “Human Humans”
By Carl Ginsburg

Rural Revolution in Colombia Goes Digital
By Elyssa Pachico

Diary of a Presidency – The Onslaught of the Israel Lobby
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 16 no 13

July 1-31, 2009

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Waterboarding, Sensory Deprivation, Confessions Under Torture… We Have Been Here Before – When America said No!
By Peter Lee

Pirates and Prisoners – A Visit to Auburn
By Marcus Rediker

Volume 16 no 12

June 16-30, 2009

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As a New Edition of the Shrink’s Bible Looms – Inside the DSM: The Drug Baron’s Campaign to Pathologize Entirely Natural Emotional Responses
By Eugenia Tsao

How the U.S. Has Secretly Backed Pakistan’s Nuclear Program
By Andrew Cockburn

The Strategy behind Israel’s Migrant Labor Policies
By Yonatan Preminger

Volume 16 no 11

June 1-15, 2009

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U.S. Popularity Plummets – Report from the Afghan Front
By Patrick Cockburn

Seymour Melman and the FBI’s Monitoring of the Demilitarization Movement
By David Price

Jim Webb’s Attack on the American Gulag
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 16 no 10

May 16-31, 2009

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The Untold Story of Detroit’s Collapse – How the U.S. Press Helped Destroy the Auto Industry
By Eamonn Fingleton

California Dreaming – Michelle Comes to Merced
By Bill Hatch

Volume 16 no 9

May 1-15, 2009

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Sheep, Cows, Pigs and the Consequences of Intensive Livestock Production
By Alexander Cockburn

The Perils of Nanotechnology
By Steven Higgs

Adventures in Indian Country, Part II – The Takeover at Wounded Knee
By James Abourezk

Volume 16 no 8

April 16-30, 2009

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Bombing Media Workers, Blaming Victims, and the Strange Role of CNN – An Investigation, Ten Years After the Bombing of Radio-Television Serbia
By Tiphaine Dickson

The Lengthened Shadow of an Institution… – Stiles Hall as Crucible
By Alexander Cockburn

Did Custer Have it Coming? – Adventures in Indian Country
By James Abourezk

Volume 16 no 7

April 1-15, 2009

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The Free State Project: Coming to a Town Near You?
By Pam Martens

Rockefeller’s Curse
By Bruce Jackson

Is Offshoring “Free Trade”?
By Paul Craig Roberts

Volume 16 no 6

March 16-31, 2009

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McCarthyism and Middle Eastern Studies – A Frenchwoman’s Disillusioning Journey from Iraq to an Upstate N.Y. Campus
By Victoria Fontan

The Future of the Everglades
By Alan Farago

What is NATO for?
By Serge Halimi

Volume 16 no 5

March 1-15, 2009

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50 Years After the Dalai Lama’s Flight – Paths to Tibet’s Survival
By Chaohua Wang

Out of Crisis Comes Opportunity – Is the Left Ready with Ideas and Programs?
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 16 no 4

February 16-28, 2009

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Direct-to-Consumer Advertising – A License to Print Money:  How the T.V. Networks Went into the Drug Peddling Business
By Alexander Cockburn

Not Ready for Prime Time – The Man for Whom Limbaugh Threw Over Sarah Palin
By Donald Juneau

Floating the Past with John Holt – Yellowstone Drift
By Doug Peacock

Volume 16 no 3

February 1-15, 2009

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The Complaisant Watchdog  – How the Wall Street Journal Buried the Madoff Scandal for at Least Four Years
By Eamonn Fingleton

Economics for a Full World
By Paul Craig Roberts

Volume 16 no 2

January 16-31, 2009

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Why Obama’s Pick of Dr. Sanjay Gupta as Top Public Health Officer of the U.S. Government is Bad
By Vicente Navarro

Where Economics Fails – The Problem of Free Trade
By Paul Craig Roberts

The Man Who Owns the Post
By Bruce Page

Volume 16 no 1

January 1-15, 2009

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Obama’s Team: ex-Harvard, pro-Biz, Pro-War and mostly a Slap in the Face to Obama’s Base
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

The State of Economics – Where Economics Succeeds (mainly)
By Paul Craig Roberts

Cross-Country Diary – From Junk to the Secrets of Jekyll Island
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 15 no 21 & 22

December 1-31, 2008

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The Largest Wave of Suicides in History – Neoliberal Terrorism in India
By P. Sainath

The Lawyer’s Tale – Jonathan Lubell on an Inglorious Chapter in the History of Harvard Law School
By Alexander Cockburn

The Environmental Factors – Tracking the Causes of Autism
By Steven Higgs

Suffolk Elegies
By Alexander Cockburn

Khaled Meshal, Leader of Hamas, on the Palestinian Resistance, the Occupation, and Israel’s Downward Path
By Alexander Cockburn

 

Volume 15 no 20

November 16-30, 2008

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Dams, Genocide and Reparations in Guatemala
By Barbara Rose Johnston

Freedom in Bush Time
By Alexander Cockburn

Will You Continue To Ignore Gaza’s Suffering, Mr Obama?
By Kathleen Christison & Bill Christison

Volume 15 no 19

November 1-15, 2008

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America’s Economic Crisis Beyond the Reach of Traditional Solutions
By Paul Craig Roberts

The Dystopia’s In the Oven, Darling
By Alexander Cockburn

Looking Back at CAPBOMB – What Were Those 1960s Terrorists Thinking Anyway?
By Judy Gumbo Albert

Volume 15 no 8

October 16-31, 2008

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Greenspan and the Torments of Contrition
By Frederick F. Claremont

Anatomy of a Foreclosure
By Bill Hatch

Torture at Area 2
By Kristian Williams

Volume 15 no 17

October 1-15, 2008

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The Election of 2008
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

The End of the Washington Consensus
By Michael Hudson & Jeffrey Sommers

Remembering George Demmerle – Portrait of a Police Informer
By David Bonner

Volume 15 no 16

September 16-30, 2008

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There Was an Alternative to the Bailout, but… – Heist of the Century as Parties and Candidates Click their Heels to Wall Street
By Michael Hudson

Melanoma Recurrence? – Is McCain Sicker Than We Know?
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 15 no 15

September 1-15, 2008

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Giving Aid and Comfort to the Enemy – McCain’s 14th Amendment Problem
By Douglas Valentine

What the Doctors Saw – McCain’s Women
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

The Future of Indentured Scholarship – Payback Time: The Student Who Decided Not To be a Spook
By David Price

Volume 15 no 14

August 1-31, 2008

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One Cheer for Sarah Palin
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Is Nixonland Still What It Was?
By Alexander Cockburn

Defending Western Shoshone Lands for the Seven Generations
Carrie Dann’s Oral History of the Western Shoshone, as told to Julie Fishel and Brenda Norrell

Russia gets its Act Together
By Serge Halimi

Volume 15 no 13

July 1-31, 2008

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Untrue Confessions – How People Tell Cops They’re Guilty Even When They Aren’t
By Emily Horowitz

How to Wash $7.3 Billion – Russians Sue America’s Oldest Bank
By Alexander Cockburn

Notes on a Visit to the Comunas of Medellín, Colombia
By Marcus Rediker

European Style – Nobody Loves It
By Serge Halimi

Volume 15 no 12

June 16-30, 2008

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No Newspaper has run the headline, “Bush to American Drivers and Suburbanites: Drop Dead.” – How Bush has Pushed up Oil Prices
By Michael Hudson

Intellectual on the Make
By Alexander Cockburn

Copper Colony in the Congo – Mining Multinationals Get Deals of the Century
By Colette Braeckman

Volume 15 no 11

June 1-15, 2008

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The Story of Gen. Petraeus’ Deception and How It Easily Duped the Press and Congress
By Gareth Porter

In the Tiny Footprints of Todd Gitlin… – Those Pesky Sixties!
By Alexander Cockburn

Still Pushing Booze on the Indians After All These Years
By James Abourezk

Why Life is Getting Harder for Most People
By Serge Halimi

Volume 15 no 10

May 16-31, 2008

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Why Blacks Keep Quiet About Obama
By Kevin Alexander Gray

Laura Bush puts her foot in it – How the U.S. Has Tried to Use Burma’s Cyclone to Spy Out Ground for Intervention
By Peter Lee

L.A.’s Air: Weapon of Mass Destruction
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 15 no 9

May 1-15, 2008

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The Story of a 15-Year Pentagon Cover-Up – The Murder of Colonel Sabow
By James Abourezk

The Epics of Amazonia
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 15 no 8

April 16-30, 2008

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Fixers Indicated HRC was Key in Pardon Deal – Bill Clinton and the Rich Women
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Bitter Struggle over Identity of 17th Reincarnation – Who Will be the Dalai Lama’s Successor?
By Peter Lee

Volume 15 no 7

April 1-15, 2008

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War Hero? – Meet the Real John McCain: North Vietnam’s Go-To Collaborator
By Douglas Valentine

Bill’s Bad Year – From Charmer to Sleazeball
By Alexander Cockburn

Why the U.S. Chose Northrop Grumman – The Realities of “Free Trade”
By Serge Halimi

Volume 15 no 6

March 16-31, 2008

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Memoir of a Brother from Another Planet – When One African Met Black America
By Pius Adesanmi

Blind Whistling Phreaks and the FBI’s Historical Reliance on Phone Company Criminality
By David Price

Volume 15 no 5

March 1-15, 2008

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The Role of Schools and of “No Child Left Behind” in a Rotting Imperial System: How Educators Should Resist
By Rich Gibson & E. Wayne Ross

Did Wall Street Nail Eliot Spitzer?
By Alexander Cockburn

How the Bell Tolled for Ian Paisley
By Eamonn McCann

Volume 15 no 4

February 16-29, 2008

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Bankrolling a Presidential Brand; Why Wall Street Needs Obama – The Obama Bubble Agenda
By Pam Martens

Did a Plutonium Generator End up in the Ganges?
By Peter Lee

Volume 15 no 3

February 1-15, 2008

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Obama’s Money Cartel – How He’s Fronted for the Most Vicious Firms on Wall Street
By Pam Martens

An Indian Among the Homeboys
By Alexander Cockburn

How Egypt Greeted the People of Gaza
By Jack Brown

Volume 15 no 2

January 16-31, 2008

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Report from El Salvador: Why They’ll Keep Coming
By Alexandra Early

The Clintons High and Low
By Alexander Cockburn

The Debate over Israel and Palestine  – One state or two?
By Kathleen Christison

 

Volume 15 no 1

January 1-15, 2008

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Making a Killing: Girl Deaths and Land Deals on the U.S.–Mexico Border
By Debbie Nathan

Clinton, the Woman: Not a Feminist Candidate
By Ruth Blader

The One-State Illusion: More is Less
By Michael Neumann

Volume 14 no 22

December 16-31, 2007

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Hogwash – Fecal Factories in the Heartland
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Why the U.S. Occupation is Faring Better in Iraq
By Patrick Cockburn

The Cassandra Industry
By Alexander Cockburn

What It’s Like To Be Waterboarded
By “Scylla”

Volume 14 no 21

December 1-15, 2007

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James Brown: The Soul Will Find a Way
By Kevin Alexander Gray

Volume 14 no 20

November 16-30, 2007

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Before, During and After Annapolis – The Horror that is Gaza
By Jennifer Loewenstein

The Impending Destruction of the U.S. Economy
By Paul Craig Roberts

Knowing Where the Bodies Are Buried
By Allan Nairn

Volume 14 no 19

November 1-15, 2007

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Israel’s Iron Heel

Food Security and Mental Health in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
By Feroze Sidhwa

The Defense of Palestinian Prisoners
By Nancy Glass & Reem Salahi

Volume 14 no 18

October 16-31, 2007

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Pilfered Scholarship Devastates General Petraeus’ Counterinsurgency Field Manual
By David Price

Volume 14 no 17

October 1-15, 2007

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Nuclear Renaissance
By Peter Montague

Israel’s Very Dangerous Gamble
By Stephen Green

How To Make a Term Meaningless – Devaluing “Anti-Semite”
By William Blum

Volume 14 no 16

September 16-30, 2007

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An Early 21st Century Holocaust
By P. Sainath

Volume 14 no 15

September 1-15, 2007

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The Battle Over the Israel Lobby
By Kathleen Christison & Bill Christison

Volume 14 no 14

August 1-31, 2007

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Scenes from the Struggle for the Rights of the Guantanamo Detainees
By Andy Worthington

The Vices of Hillary Clinton – Secrecy, Intransigence and War
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

McKinley, Bush and The Distractions of War
By Eva Liddell

A Kinder, Gentler Coyote
By Debbie Nathan

Volume 14 no 13

July 1-31, 2007

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Letter From South Carolina – The Black Primary
By Kevin Alexander Gray

Hillary Clinton in Arkansas
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 14 no 12

June 16-30, 2007

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André Gunder Frank, the FBI and the Bureaucratic Exile of a Critical Mind
By David Price

The Making of Hillary Clinton
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 14 no 11

June 1-15, 2007

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America’s Debt to the Pacific – Grover Cleveland and the Funny Thing About Heroism
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Christians Reel At Satan’s Onward Rush
By Alexander Cockburn

The Warbler’s Parable
By Rosa Miriam Elizalde

The Truth Comes Out About Offshoring
By Paul Craig Roberts

Volume 14 no 10

May 16-31, 2007

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A Day in the Life and Death of Motown
By George Corsetti

The Democrats Collapse Again – Whatever Happened to the Anti-war Movement?
By Alexander Cockburn

Bringing the Border Wars Home
By Andrea Peacock

Volume 14 no 9

May 1-15, 2007

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The Birth of the Military-Industrial Complex  – America’s First Terror War
By R.T. Naylor

The BP / U.C. Berkeley Merger
By Ali Tonak

Volume 14 no 7 & 8

April 1-30, 2007

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The New York Times, Kurt Eichenwald and the World of Justin Berry – Hysteria, Exploitation and Witch- Hunting In the Age of Internet Sex
By Debbie Nathan

Volume 14 no 6

March 16-31, 2007

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Suez 1956, Iran 2007?
By Harry Clark

Lame Duck Tours
By Alexander Cockburn

Zoo or Bloodbath or Both? – The West’s Plan for Kosovo
By Diana Johnstone

Volume 14 no 5

March 1-15, 2007

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“Make Sure This Happens!” – How Rumsfeld Micromanaged Torture
By Andrew Cockburn

“Loyalty” and the Bottom Line – Any Flag Will Do
By Robert Bryce

How Rumsfeld set up  defeat in Iraq
By Andrew Cockburn

Volume 14 no 3 & 4

February 1-28, 2007

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Cheering Movers and Art Student Spies – What Did Israel Know in Advance of the 9/11 Attacks?
By Christopher Ketcham

Ketcham’s Story
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 14 no 2

July 16-31 2007

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Populism, Lite and Dark – From John Edwards to James Webb
By JoAnn Wypijewski

“I See Tangible Progress”.  What Gen. David Petraeus was saying in 2004
By Alexander Cockburn

Meet Malcolm Gladwell, at the Bottom of the New Yorker’s Barrel
By Fred Gardner

Volume 14 no 1

January 1-15, 2007

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You Think the Highland Clearances Were Bad? – Why the Avant Garde Moved to Brooklyn
By Forrest Hylton

Volume 13 no 22

December 16-31, 2006

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Mall Versus Mosque in the War on Terror – How Islamic Charity Works
By R.T. Naylor

Shut Them Down Before They Start…
By Alexander Cockburn

Dollar Dethroned By Red Ink
By Paul Craig Roberts

Volume 13 no 21

December 1-15, 2006

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Blood Diamonds: the Inside
By R.T. Naylor

The Democrats: Party of War
By Alexander Cockburn

When Chile Lost Its Fear of the “Jakarta Solution”
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 13 no 20

November 16-30, 2006

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Libération and the Evolution of Neoliberalism in France
By Pierre Rimbert

Robert Gates and the New Union Army
By Greg Moses

Dylan in Winter – White Mule of the Apocalypse
By Daniel Wolff

Volume 13 no 19

November 1-15, 2006

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Galilee: the 1948 Rules in 2006
By Charles Glass

Have Journalists Been Deliberately Murdered by the U.S. Military?
By Christopher Reed

Volume 13 no 18

October 16-31, 2006

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“An oil well fire under a loaded bridge.” – Dark Fire: the Fall of WTC 7
By Manuel Garcia, Jr.

On Conspiracies
By Alexander Cockburn

Ending the Violence in the Israel/Palestine Conflict – What’s in a Road Map?
By Michael Neumann

Volume 13 no 17

October 1-15, 2006

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Atrocious Surgical Mass Murder Charged – China’s Trade in Falun Gong Body Parts
By Larry Lack

“Bush Enabling Troll”? — That’s Me!
By Alexander Cockburn

China Denies Charges, as Others See Substance to Lawyers’ Claims
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 13 no 16

September 16-30, 2006

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Why We See Conspiracies (That Don’t Exist) – The Physics of 9/11 (Part Two)
By Manuel Garcia, Jr.

How to Spot an FBI Provocateur
By Jennifer Van Bergen

Volume 13 no 15

September 1-15, 2006

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A Century Ago, Satyagraha Began – Gandhi’s 9/11
By P. Sainath

The Theory of the WTC Collapses
By Alexander Cockburn

The Return of the Taliban
By Chris Sands

Volume 13 no 14

August 1-31, 2006

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We Gave You Texas
By Tony Swindell

In Praise of Stupid Emperors
By Alexander Cockburn

My Visit with Nabil Qaouk – The Roots of Hezbollah
By Peggy Riley Thomson

Volume 13 no 13

July 1-31, 2006

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As Jobs Leave America’s Shores… – The New Face of Class Warfare
By Paul Craig Roberts

Incident Near Ramadi: What It’s Like to Investigate a War Crime
By Mike Ferner

Volume 13 no 12

June 16-30, 2006

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The Chinese Face of Neo-Liberalism
By Peter Kwong

Travels in the Blathersphere
By Alexander Cockburn

The Ominous Shadow of 1988 Hovers Over Mexico’s Presidential Elections
By John Ross

 

Volume 13 no 11

June 1-15, 2006

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A Primer on PTSD – The Thing They Will Always Carry
By Marc Levy

Glow River Glow – Of Hanford’s Leaks and Plumbers
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Millions Shun Tapwater – Bottled Water Madness
By Larry Lack

Eros and Militarization
By Christopher Reed

Volume 13 no 10

May 16-31, 2006

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The Rise of the Israel Lobby – A Measure of Its Power
By Kathleen Christison & Bill Christison

Volume 13 no 9

May 1-15, 2006

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Making Non-Sense of the Funding Cut-Off – Hamas and Israel’s Right to Exist
By Virginia Tilley

Dick’s Dirty Money
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The Israel Lobby
By Norman Finkelstein

Michigan’s Youth Used as Political Scapegoats by Dems
By Raymond Garcia

Volume 13 no 8

April 16-30, 2006

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The US Government and the Israel Lobby – Who’s the Dog? Who’s the Tail?
By Uri Avnery

Ginsburg’s “Howl” 50 Years Later
By Lenni Brenner

The Abominable Dr. Ishii – The Pentagon and the Japanese
By Christopher Reed

Volume 13 no 7

April 1-15, 2006

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Message From a Vet of My Lai Time – “Our Descent into Hell has Begun”
By Tony Swindell

The War on Terror Hits a Bump in Lodi
By Alexander Cockburn

The US and Iran: a Peaceful Way Forward
By Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi

Volume 13 no 6

March 16-31, 2006

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The Break-Up of Iraq
By Patrick Cockburn

Tales of Lunacy and Hope in New Orleans
By Bill Quigley

Red Reporter on the Front Lines – The Memoirs of Wilfred Burchett
By Christopher Reed

Volume 13 no 5

March 1-15, 2006

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Is Stalin or Confucius the Guide? – Secrets of the Garden of Bliss
By Christopher Reed

Malevolent Power at Fort Sill – The Army Slays Its Own
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Three Years On: Where’s the Resistance Here On the Home Front?
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 13 no 3 & 4

February 1-28, 2006

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Did Oprah Pick Another Fibber? – Truth and Fiction in Wiesel’s Night
By Alexander Cockburn

Is Chavez Hitler or Father Christmas? – Venezuela’s Handout to Uncle Sam’s Shivering Poor
By Larry Lack

The Endangered Visigoth – The Rise and Possible Fall of Rick Pombo
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 13 no 2

January 16-31, 2006

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Left Strike in India
By Vijay Prashad

Ex-State Department 911 Cover-Up
By Alexander Cockburn

Job Disinformation from The New York Times
By Paul Craig Roberts

How Long Will Europe Put Up With a Crazed America?
By Gabriel Kolko

He’s “Hitler”, He “Hates Jews”, He’s … Hugo Chavez, Of Course.
A Bulletin from Extra

Volume 13 no 1

January 1-15, 2006

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Secret War Plans and the Malady of American Militarism
By Floyd Rudmin

No Longer a Credible Opposition: The Dems and Alito
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 22

December 16-31, 2005

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Japan’s Neo-Militarists Get Green Light from Washington
By Christopher Reed

A “100 Per Cent Certainty”: The FBI and the Myth of Fingerprints
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

What a Miner’s Life is Worth
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 12 no 21

December 1-15, 2005

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How the FBI Spied on Edward Said
By David Price

How Many Iraqis Have Died in the War? 30,000? No. 100,000?
By Andrew Cockburn

The NYT and the NSA’s Illegal Spying
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 19 & 20

November 1-30, 2005

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Bush, a Year Later
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Pryor’s Truths
By Lee Ballinger

What People Endure in This Country 50 Years after Rosa Parks – Your Papers, Please
By Ann Harrison

Indian Exodus from Southern Mexico Divides California Day Labor
By John Ross

Meet Rahm Emmanuel – The Republicans’ Secret Weapon
By Andrew Cockburn

The Council on Foreign Relations Does AIDS
By Ed Krales

Volume 12 no 18

October 16-31, 2005

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The Core of Zionism
By Michael Neemann

Did Libby’s Lies Cost Kerry the White House?  Answer: No!
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Should Libby’s Lawyer Be Disbarred?
By Lawrence Velvel

“Massacre” or Massacre? – Smearing 101, in The Guardian
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 12 no 17

October 16-31, 2005

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A Special CounterPunch Report on Iraq

The War So Far: Worse Than Vietnam
By Patrick Cockburn

Volume 12 no 16

September 16-31, 2005

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Return to Flint – A Workers’ Dystopia
By Michael Donnelly

The Antiwar Movement: Goff, Hayden and an Admonition from Frank Bardacke
By Alexander Cockburn

The Poor, the Kleptocrats and Disasters – Mexico 1985 – New Orleans 2005
By Heather Williams & Miguel Tinker Salas

Volume 12 no 15

September 1-15, 2005

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Questions for the Terror Warriors – Surgical Incisions
By Andrew Wimmer

Killing People is… Inappropriate
By Alexander Cockburn

An Interview with Sheik Hadi al-Khalassi – Voices of the Iraqi Resistance
By Laith Al-Saud

Volume 12 no 14

August 1-31, 2005

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What’s the Matter with Oklahoma?
By Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

Can Cindy Sheehan End the War?
By Alexander Cockburn

Is the Dollar Still Falling? – The Latest Twists in Global Neoliberalism
By Robert Pollin

Volume 12 no 13

July 1-31, 2005

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Remember the Leadbelly Rip Off? Try This – The Story of SoundExchange
By Fred Williams

Judge Roberts: Business as Usual
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Swiftboat Vets March to Bush’s Drum on Iran
By Trish Schuh

The Duke Crash Lands
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 12

June 16-30, 2005

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Is This Really an “Insurgency” to Shake Up the Unions?
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Graded as Dupe, Not Commie
By Alexander Cockburn

The Luckiest Martyr
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

“Gee, You Guys Used to Be Interested in Making Money” – What “Defense” Really Means
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 11

June 1-15, 2005

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How U.S. Anthropologists Planned “Race-Specific” Weapons Against the Japanese
By David Price

Juries and Lynch Mobs
By Alexander Cockburn

What’s So Neo about the Neo-Cons?
By Gabriel Kolko

A History of Halliburton, Part 2
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 10

May 16-31, 2005

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Bolivia’s Third Revolution
By Newton Garver

The Political Origins of Halliburton
By Jeffrey St. Clair

In Guatemala, the Dead Don’t Let the Living Die
By John Ross

Volume 12 no 8 & 9

April 16 – May 15, 2005

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India Journal – Travels with Sainath
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 12 no 7

April 1-15, 2005

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Where Is It Going? – The Decline of the Dollar
By Robert Pollin

Franco’s Spain Revisited
By Alexander Cockburn

No Bid, No Sweat
By Jeffrey St. Clair

An Interview with Patrick Cockburn – A Reporter from Iraq
By Omar Waraich

Volume 12 no 6

March 16-31, 2005

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Questions Labor’s Leaders Daren’t Ask – Where and Why Did We Go Wrong?
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Lisa Fittko: She Escorted Walter Benjamin Across the Pyranees
By Lawrence Reichard

Oil’s Victory in Alaska, – with a Dem Assist
By Jeffrey St. Clair

CounterPunch Notebook
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 12 no 5

March 1-15, 2005

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News from Pentagon-Babylon – The Chenega Native’s Big “Score”
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Dems and Dives
By Alexander Cockburn

From PRISP to ICSP: Skullduggery Among the Acronyms – Carry on Spying (or Pay Us Back at a Rate of 2,400 Per Cent )
By David Price

Volume 12 no 4

February 16-28, 2005

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Enough of “Frames” – What About the Big Picture?
By Steven Sherman

24/7 Syndrome
By Alexander Cockburn

King of the Hill and the Master Appropriator – How Ted Stevens Strikes It Rich
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 3

February 1-15, 2005

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Innocent Lads, Depraved Killers, Predatory Priests – Pittman and Shanley as Demons
By JoAnn Wypijewski

How Go the Dems?
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

The Road to Rendition – Torture Air, Incorporated
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 12 no 2

January 16-31, 2005

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The Election in Iraq – How Do the Votes Add Up?
By Patrick Cockburn

Tsumanis of Blood
By Joseph Nevins

Remember the New Unity Partnership? – First the Wedding; Now the Wake
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Tsunami Aid: How the People Scored
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 12 no 1

January 1-15, 2005

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The CIA’s Campus Spies
By David Price

Disaster Relief as Scam
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 11 no 22

December 16-31, 2004

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Occupation on Borrowed Time
By Patrick Cockburn

Ahoy There 005!
By Alexander Cockburn

People Will Cross the Border, No Matter How Hard It Gets; Besides, Uncle Sam Needs Them
By John Ross

Volume 11 no 21

December 1-15, 2004

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Rev. Joseph’s Last Trip
By Daniel Wolff

A Visit to Caracas – Keeping Hope Alive
By Saul Landau

CounterPunch’s Annual Round-Up – Ten Good Groups That Need Help
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 11 no 19 & 20

November 1-30, 2004

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Encounters Outside Ft. Sill
By David Smith-Ferri

How the Other Half Talks
By Alexander Cockburn

Pie in the Sky – Star Wars Goes Online…Crashes
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Jim Talib’s Story – A Marine’s Time in Iraq
By Derek Seidman

The Marines or Jail – Take Your Pick, Young Man
By Ron Jacobs

Coups and Rumors of Coups – Are the Strategists of Tension at Work in Bolivia?
By Forrest Hylton

Impressions of Syria – Fall in Damascus
By Farrah Hassen

Volume 11 no 18

October 16-31, 2004

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Election Special

The Wreckage
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Political Diary – They Didn’t Believe Him
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 11 no 17

October 1-15, 2004

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How Bush Might Have Been Defeated
By Robin Blackburn

Terror and Death: Iraq Falls Apart
By Patrick Cockburn

From Detroit to Baghdad – Death of an Interrogator
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 11 no 16

September 16-30, 2004

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What Business Wanted from Welfare Reform
By Stephen Pimpare

Why the Nazis Banned Fractura
By Alexander Cockburn

ABB versus Movement Building – Report from a Black Organizer in the South
By Kevin Alexander Gray

Volume 11 no 15

September 7-15, 2004

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A CounterPunch Special (For Adults Only) – How the Two Parties Serve Big Oil
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 11 no 14

August 1- September 7, 2004

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The World Trade in Body Parts – Resurrectionists
By Peter Linebaugh

Notes from the Big Empty
By Bruce Anderson

 

Volume 11 no 13

July 1-31, 2004

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A Dime’s Worth of Difference
By Alexander Cockburn

What Kerry Would Do; What Nader Should Do
By Robin Blackburn

What Moore Left Out
By Frank Bardacke

Assassinating Teens
By Scott Handleman

Richard Ben Cramer’s “How Israel Lost”
By Heather Williams

Volume 11 no 12

June 16-30, 2004

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The Thieves of the Green Zone
By Patrick Cockburn

Presidential Elections – Not as Big a Deal as They Say
By Alexander Cockburn

Could John Doar Have Saved Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner?
By David Kotz

Volume 11 no 10

May 16-31, 2004

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Rumsfeld’s Enforcer: The Secret World of Stephen Cambone
By Jeffrey St. Clair

A Nuke, Pawnshops and Real Estate Agents – The Empire, Seen from Oceanside
By Alexander Cockburn

We Only Want to Hurt the Westerners. Where can We Find them?” – Raid on the Saudi Oil Industry
By Patrick Cockburn

You Call This a Choice? – Kerry and Those Anti-Abortion Judges
By Brandy Baker

Volume 11 no 9

May 1-15, 2004

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Kerry Gives CPR to Stricken President
By Alexander Cockburn

A CounterPunch Special Investigation – The Truth About Ahmed Chalabi
By Andrew Cockburn

Volume 11 no 8

April 16-30, 2004

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Iraq Diary – Ebb-Tide of the Occupation
By Patrick Cockburn

Torture: As American as Apple Pie
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Portland’s Killer Cops – The War at Home, Oregon Sector
By Kristian Williams

Volume 11 no 7

April 1-15, 2004

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The Return of Robert Rubin – Kerry, Jobs and the Economy
By Alexander Cockburn

Fallujah Kill Zone
By David Martinez

Party Favors – The Political Business of Terry McAuliffe
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 11 no 6

March 16-31, 2004

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Alliances and the Election
By Gabriel Kolko

Welcome to Operation Manifest Failure
By Patrick Cockburn

Hold Those Pulitzers!
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 11 no 5

March 1-15, 2004

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Iraq, a Year Later – Baghdad Diary
By Patrick Cockburn

Kerry’s Silver Star
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Is Your Child’s Teacher Working for the Pentagon?
By Jorge Mariscal

Volume 11 no 4

February 16-28, 2004

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A Coup for the Entente Cordiale! – Why France Joined the US in Haiti
By Heather Williams

Kerry in Vietnam
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Ashcroft in Indonesia – Bloodshed and Terror with US Connivance
By Ben Terrall

Volume 11 no 3

February 1-15, 2004

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The Uproar Over Nader
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

“Gay Adulterer”?  – Bush’s Successor as Defender of Straight Marriage in Texas in Eye of Storm
By Alexander Cockburn

Bush Rangers in Nascar Country
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Star Chamber Redux – The Persecution of Ernst Zundel
By Alan Cabal

Volume 11 no 2

January 16-31, 2004

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“We Will Destroy You, If Not in Death, Then in Life” – A Journey to Rafah
By Jennifer Loewenstein

Sen.Facing-Both-Ways
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Tommy Franks: 50,000 American Dead “OK”
By Stan Cox

Volume 11 no 1

January 1-15, 2004

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Serving Two Flags (Part One) – Perle, Wolfowitz, Feith, Ledeen and the Pentagon’s Internal Security Problem
By Stephen Green

O’Neill, Bush & Oil
By Alexander Cockburn

Trashing the Constitution: The US Supreme Court, Padilla and Hamdi
By Mark Norton

Serving Two Flags (Part Two) – My Corporation, ’tis of thee… Gen. Heebner – Salutes GD, GM, and the Stryker
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 10 no 22

December 16-31, 2003

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Steal a Tree, Go to Prison; Steal a Forest, Sleep in the Lincoln Bedroom
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The Facts of Janus
By Alexander Cockburn

So. Africa Sojourn
By Lawrence Reichard

Before Kill and Run was There Rape and Run? – Documents Show the FBI Gave Janklow a Pass
By Steve Hendricks

Volume 10 no 20 & 21

November 16 – December 15, 2003

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Protecting Wesley Clark – As Saddam Faces War Crimes Trial, the Milosevic Kangaroo Court Hops to US Orders
By Tiphaine Dickson

Dr. Dean’s Dilemma
By Alexander Cockburn

Newsom Just Makes It
By Ben Terrall

Oil Grab in Alaska
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The Miami Model in Context – A Quick History of Crowd Control
By Kristian Williams

Annual CounterPunch Honor Roll – Nine Great Groups That Deserve Your Money
By CounterPunch Editors

Arnold Okays Davis Rejects for Parole
By Scott Handleman

Volume 10 no 19

November 1-15, 2003

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Peasant Suicides in India
By Robert Pollin

“I Am Thy Father’s Ghost”: A Journey Into Rupert Murdoch’s Soul
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 10 no 18

October 16-31, 2003

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From Clinton to Bush – The Contours of Descent
By Alexander Cockburn

Bush’s Iraq Mess: Getting Worse by the Day
By Patrick Cockburn

Hillary Clinton Takes a Dive – Inside America’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Plant
By Jeffrey St. Clair

 

Volume 10 no 17

October 1-15, 2003

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The Lessons Greens Should Take from California
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Inside the Crack Up of A Congressional Marriage
By CounterPunch Editors

Recount in the Forests – Bush Puts Out a Contract on the Spotted Owl
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 10 no 16

September 16-30, 2003

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Bush and Blair’s Chickens: But No Poultry for the Press?
By CounterPunch Editors

London Diary – Kelly’s Pal Mai
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 10 no 15

September 1-15, 2003

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My Life as an “Anti-Semite”
By Alexander Cockburn

US Guided Missile Parts Outsourced to China – Indiana Workers Charge Treason
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 10 no 14

August 1-31, 2003

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The Vietnamization of Iraq – Tunnel! Lights! Action!
By Alexander Cockburn

Freedom of Assembly? – We Don’t Think So
By CounterPunch Editors

Leavitt for EPA? – Worse Than You Thought
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Trivializing Jew Hatred
By Scott Handleman

Volume 10 no 13

July 1-31, 2003

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Iraq Diary
By Patrick Cockburn

Anatomy of a Swindle
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Space Conspiracies – The Return of the Alien Visitor
By Scott Handleman

Volume 10 no 12

June 16-30, 2003

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Judy Miller’s War
By Alexander Cockburn

Smith, Smythe, Hey, What’s in a Name?
By Dave Marsh

Racicot: “The White Colin Powell”?
By Jeffrey St. Clair

WTO Food Fraud
By Alexander Cockburn

Love, Marriage and Lawrence v. Texas – It’s a Sex Thing
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 10 no 11

June 1-15, 2003

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The Blitz and the Rosenbergs – How I Came to Oppose the Death Penalty
By Peter Linebaugh

Anybody But Bush? – Look Before You Leap to Dean
By Alexander Cockburn

Onward and Downward – Book-Cooking at Boeing Reaches New Lows
By Jeffrey St. Clair

 

 

Volume 10 no 10

May 16-31, 2003

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The Roadmap Fraud
By Alexander Cockburn

David Horowitz Gets It All Wrong
By CounterPunch Editors

Kucinich Wows Madison (Mind you, if he didn’t he be in big trouble)
By Anis Memon

Rat in the Grain – Dan Amstutz and the Looting of Iraq’s Fields
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 10 no 9

March 1-15, 2003

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The Jayson Blair Affair – Why Dumping on The New York Times Is A Waste of Time
By Alexander Cockburn

Why Chalabi
By CounterPunch Editors

Meet Steven Griles – Champion Sleazeball of the Bush Team
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 10 no 7 & 8

April 1-30, 2003

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A Special Double Issue on the Iraq War – The Thirteen Years War
By Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Vowing to Vote Democratic Next Time? Here’s Some of the Talent in the Room
By CounterPunch Editors

Patriot Gore – The Fatal Flaws in the Patriot Missile
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The Iraq Money Pot
By Dave Lindorff

Volume 10 no 6

March 16-31, 2003

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Unfolding Nightmare
By CounterPunch Editors

Liberation Four Years After – Iraquis, Look to Serbia for a clue to what “freedom” may mean for you.
By Chad Nagle

Iraq War’s Message to Latin America
By Kenneth Rapoza

Volume 10 no 5

March 1-15, 2003

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Labor’s Historic No to Bush’s War on Iraq
By JoAnn Wypijewski

This Just In From Oregon
By CounterPunch Editors

Rubin to Rich to…
By Kenneth Rapoza

Dirty Bombs
By Dave Lindorff

Volume 10 no 4

February 16-28, 2003

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The Plot to Frame the Zapatistas
By CounterPunch Editors

A Pre-War Diary – Turkish Delights
By Tariq Ali

Jack and Jill Went Up the Hill to Fetch Their Neuroleptics
By Christine TenBarge

At Last, the Book We’ve Been Waiting For – The Mumia Case, In True Colors
By Scott Handleman

Volume 10 no 3

February 1-15, 2003

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Clockwork “Orange”
By CounterPunch Editors

No! In Thunder
By CounterPunch Editors

Living in Australia in 2003
By Vanessa Jones

A CounterPunch Journey to the Kinsey Institute – Sex Science in the Heartland
By Susan Davis

Volume 10 no 2

January 16-31, 2003

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Cover-Ups
By CounterPunch Editors

One Angry Jury
By Alexander Cockburn

Diana Ortiz, Back from the Dead
By Brenda Norrell

A CounterPunch Journey from Nablus – Lifeline in Qosin, “Closed Village”
By Anne Gwynne

Volume 10 no 1

January 1-15, 2003

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“Unlawful Combatant” – The Hamdi Ruling
By CounterPunch Editors

He Said Later He Was Stupid
By CounterPunch Editors

From Fleischer’s Pressroom, Jan 6
By counterPunch Editors

Return to Kabul – A Louse in the Hand
By Noor Besharat

Racism?  Check out the Black Farmers
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 22

December 16-31, 2002

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Is This Party Worth Saving? – Why Gore Dropped Out
By CounterPunch Editors

He’s Up There With Jesus and Galileo
By CounterPunch Editors

Frist and the Poor
By Andrew Cockburn

Who’s Fighting the Good Fight? – Our Magnificient Ten
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 21

December 1-15, 2002

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“Terrorist” as New Human Type
By Doug Lummis

Edible Knickers Fall Flat
By CounterPunch Editors

“If I Lose, Unmask Me!” – Garzon vs Marcos
By Scott Handleman

Storms in Venezuela
By Tom Hart

Police Shoot, Torture & Then Extract Confessions – Goodbye, Miranda!
By Kurt Nimmo

Volume 9 no 20

November 16-30, 2002

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“A Distinctly American Internationalism” – Dare Call It Empire
By CounterPunch Editors

Define Terrorism; Win $1000
By Frank Bardacke

The Osama of Bhopal
By Romi Mahajan

A Mighty Echo of Seattle – Quito’s Days of Rage and Hope
By Daniel Burton Rose

Volume 9 no 18 & 19

October 15 – November 15, 2002

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Reeling Democrats
By CounterPunch Editors

Gandhi or Hitler?
By CounterPunch Editors

Earn While You Learn
By William Johnson

Lynching Then and Now
By Peter Rachleff

Eros and Civilization – Gershon Legman Confronts the Post Office
By Susan Davis

The Class Struggle in Boston – All That Effort, But What Did They Win?
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Hysteria in the Inland Empire – Defending MOM and Apple Pie
By Anthony Gancarski

Volume 9 no 17

October 1-15, 2002

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The Shafts of Death
By CounterPunch Editors

Speak Memory
By CounterPunch Editors

Daniel’s World
By William Johnson

Cops as Robbers
By David Price

An Egyptian in Baghdad – 1987, When the Going Was Good
By Vanessa Jones

Green and Grounded
By Doug Stuber

Volume 9 no 16

September 16-30, 2002

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How to Change the Subject – Corporate Scandal & Pension Reform as Weapons against War-Mongering
By Robin Blackburn

Charles Moyer and the Western Federation of Miners – Padilla’s Predecessor
By Joanne Mariner

Edwina and John, Tony and George
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 15

September 1-15, 2002

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Sorry, W! Wrong Guy
By CounterPunch Editors

Hunting Commie Perverts – The Scarlet Professor
By Susan Davis

DC’s Best Political Mind?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 14

July 16 – August 31, 2002

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If It’s War, Here’s Why
By CounterPunch Editors

The Case of the Missing Terrorist
By Jacob Levich

The Myth of Newport: It Wasn’t Dylan They Were Booing
By Bruce Jackson

Bono Betrays Ireland
By Andrew Cockburn

Volume 9 no 13

July 1-15, 2002

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Enclosure and Eviction in the West Bank
By Jordan Green

CounterPunch Exclusive – The Secrets of Plan E
By Kathleen Sharp

Volume 9 no 12

June 16-30, 2002

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The Incredible Shrinking Presidency and Other Exciting Stories
By CounterPunch Editors

Strikers as Terrorists? – Ridge Calls Longshoremen’s Chief
By CounterPunch Editors

Terror by Rail: Senate Okays Yucca Mountain Dump
By CounterPunch Editors

Outback Films & Free Terrorism Postcards from Down Under
By Vanessa Jones

Volume 9 no 11

June 1-15, 2002

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Life, Death and Kucinich
By CounterPunch Editors

ADL and the Christian Right: A Marriage Made in Heaven
By Jeffrey Blankfort

Who’s Afraid of the Pankisi Gorge?
By Chad Nagle

Volume 9 no 10

May 16-31, 2002

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From 78% to 22% to a Few Fragments: The Story of the “Land-for-Peace” Betrayal
By Kathleen Christison

Clinton and Holbrooke in East Timor – First the Butchery, Then the Flowers
By Joseph Nevins

Volume 9 no 9

May 1-15, 2002

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Sunday Brunch In Bombingham
By David Vest

The War on Teen Moms
By Christine TenBarge

Inside the CIA’s LSD Lab
By CounterPunch Editors

Marx, Marriage and Math
By CounterPunch Editors

Survivalism, USA
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 8

April 16-30, 2002

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Sex, Freedom and the Catholic Church
By JoAnn Wypijewski

James Marion Sims – Father of Gynecology? Or Ur-Nazi Doctor?
By Wendy Brinker

Volume 9 no 7

April 1-15, 2002

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Col. Martha McSally’s War
By Lenni Brenner

A CounterPunch Bulletin – Set This Flag on Fire!
By CounterPunch Editors

From Alabama to Texas
By Alexander Cockburn

How to Talk to Fox News
By CounterPunch Editors

Coup De Farce
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 6

March 16-31, 2002

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Surviving the Israeli Invasion of Ramallah
By Lori Allen

America’s Answer to Genet – The Case of the Cross-Dressing Aryan
By James Murray

Occupied D.C.
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 5

March 1-15, 2002

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Facing Down Scalia and Rehnquist – Harbury’s Day in Court
By CounterPunch Editors

Bully America
By Alexander Cockburn

The Executioner’s Last Songs
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Anti-Defamation League Throws in Towel, Pays UP
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 4

February 16-28, 2002

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From Bluster to Bombs – Will The US Attack Iraq?
By CounterPunch Editors

Under the White Robe – Pickering and Lott’s Racist Pasts
By CounterPunch Editors

My Name is Mark and I’m a Sludgeaholic
By CounterPunch Editors

Springfield’s War
By CounterPunch Editors

Billy Graham: His Lust for Mass Murder
By CounterPunch Editors

Arubanization
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 3

February 1-15, 2002

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Death Comes for a Snitch Who Recanted – Harvey Matusow
By Bruce Jackson

Waylon Jennings: An Honest Outlaw
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The Pledge that Won the Election – Bush and Yucca Mountain
By CounterPunch Editors

Diary of a Few Days – Jack Henry Abbott and Other Passages
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 9 no 2

January 16-31, 2002

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Charge of the Blue Light Brigade – Taking on Wal-Mart
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Remember Taung-Min Lin, the Tipton Kangaroo Rat Killer? – Rep. Pombo: Too Dumb to be Dangerous
By Chris Clarke

Big DoD Contractor Fresh from Bosnian Sex Scandal, Deploying Around Venezuela
By CounterPunch Editors

Woomera, Australia’s Answer to Those Guantanamo Cages
By CounterPunch Editors

Chomsky to Turkey
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 9 no 1

January 1-15, 2002

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From Enron to Black Hawk Down – Political Diary
By CounterPunch Editors

The Rise and Fall of Death Row Records
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 8 no 22

December 16-31, 2001

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Afghanistan Aprés Taliban – Pebbles and Poppies
By CounterPunch Editors

Send Them What You Can – Our Annual Pick of Ten Groups That Deserve Your Support
By CounterPunch Editors

Poisoned Wells
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 21

December 1-15, 2001

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Public Health Agents as Police – The New Quarantine Laws
By Catherine Campbell

Labor in Las Vegas
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Bush’s Crooked Columbian Pal
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 20

November 16-30 2001

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The Crisis in Black Leadership Black Out
By Kevin Alexander Gray

The FBI and Torture
By CounterPunch Editors

Married to a Muslim Truck Driver
By Vanessa Jones

Volume 8 no 19

November 1-15, 2001

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What Workers Talk About When They Talk About War
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Why Green Lost
By Dave Marsh

Victory in So. Carolina
By Chris Kromm

Get Pancho Villa!
By Cheyney Ryan

Amazing new Hitchens claim: As a seven year old he helped found Britain’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
By CounterPunch Editors

Anthrax as Normalcy: 500 Cases A Year
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 18

October 16-31, 2001

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How Monica Lewinsky Saved Social Security
By Robin Blackburn

War Journal
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 17

October 1-15, 2001

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War Journal
By CounterPunch Editors

When the ‘Servants of God’ Wore Red Shirts – “Hey, Rickshaw!”
By Peter Linebaugh

Are We Feeding Afghans, Muslims or the US Public? – Sticks and Carrots
By Aisha Ikramuddin

Volume 8 no 16

September 16-30, 2001

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Aftermath Diary – Wars on Many Fronts
By CounterPunch Editors

A CounterPunch Journey to the West Bank – The Aftermath From Ramallah
By Lori Allen

Volume 8 no 15

September 1-15, 2001

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Sense and Nonsense About The September 11 Attacks
By CounterPunch Editors

The Fallen Towers of Wall Street
By CounterPunch Editors

“Small is Beautiful” – Attack Bolsters Nuke Lite Lobby
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 14

July 16-31, 2001

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A Journey Through Snow Hill, Alabama – Consuela’s Return
By Alexander Cockburn

Lie Detector Lies
By CounterPunch Editors

James Watt’s Scions
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 13

July 1-15, 2001

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Blueprints for the Colombian War
By CounterPunch Editors

Amazing SHU Strike
By CounterPunch Editors

Angelina Jolie and the French Revolution
By CounterPunch Editors

Remembering Shahak
By CounterPunch Editors

Murder in Navajoland
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 12

June 16-30, 2001

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The Case of the Charleston Five – Blacks, Labor, and Southern Politics
By Chris Kromm

John Lee Hooker, 1917-2001
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 11

June 1-15, 2001

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Janitors Beat Back Academic Goosestep
By Susan Davis

Real Politics and the Jeffords Jump – Was the Bush White House Truly Sorry?
By CounterPunch Editors

Scams Dentists Pull
By Becky Grant

From the Bloodbaths of East Timor to Washington, DC – A Suicide in Alexandria
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 10

May 16-31, 2001

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Pirates of the Air and Seas – Scenes from the Drug War
By CounterPunch Editors

Things You Can’t Say in America
By CounterPunch Editors

Peyote and the East Village in 1961 – How Dylan Found His Voice
By Lenni Brenner

Volume 8 no 9

May 1-15, 2001

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Time for a War Crimes Trial – Kerrey and the CIA
By Douglas Valentine

New Dees Scam
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 8

April 16-30, 2001

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Big Daddy and the Plantation
By Kevin Alexander Gray

Bob Kerrey – Our Kurt Waldheim
By CounterPunch Editors

The Battle in Quebec – How Do You Like Your Oeufs?
By Jennifer Berkshire

Volume 8 no 7

April 1-15, 2001

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Carpenters’ Union Quits AFL-CIO – “The War Has Begun!”
By JoAnn Wypijewski

The Fake Fight on Campaign Finance
By CounterPunch Editors

Putin & Son – Rafting the Colorado
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 6

March 16-31, 2001

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Stones and Glass Houses – Said and Sontag
By CounterPunch Editors

A CounterPunch Journey – From Monticello to Gastonia and Beyond
By CounterPunch Editors

Bush, Byrd and the Stink Over CO2 – Political Gas
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 5

March 1-15, 2001

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“We Are Here!”
By Scott Handleman

Straight Out of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not – The Incredible F-22 Saga
By CounterPunch Editors

Abrams and Allen: The Truth at Last
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 4

February 16-28, 2001

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Political Diary – The Bush Cuddle
By CounterPunch Editors

Ted Turner’s Golden Showers – Lord of the Land
By CounterPunch Editors

Now, That’s Not Jazz
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 8 no 3

February 1-15, 2001

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Jose Bove of Millau – A Farmer for Our Time
By CounterPunch Editors

Beast in Gold Braid – Pinochet: The Final Count
By CounterPunch Editors

A Letter from El Salvador
By Wendy Wallas

Bill Heads for Harlem
By CounterPunch Editors

Swift, Twain, Browning? – Nah, It’s Eminem
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 2

January 16-31, 2001

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Return of the Terrorist – The Crimes of Sharon
By CounterPunch Editors

Nader and the Dems
By CounterPunch Editors

The Bush Cabinet – They All Love Veneman
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 8 no 1

January 6-15, 2001

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Rumsfeld: Another Nut at DoD – They Call Him Star Child
By CounterPunch Editors

Now the Cold War Is Over – Russia Nukes Itself
By CounterPunch Editors

Vote Fraud 2000: Outside Florida
By CounterPunch Editors

Deregulation in Airlines and Energy
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 22

December 15, 2000 – January 5, 2001

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The Bush/Cheney Cabinet – Meet Gale Norton
By CounterPunch Editors

Bush Family Pal Staked Cuban Exile Killer – The Blood on Luis Posada’s Hands
By CounterPunch Editors

Behavior Mod – Can New Mexico’s Gays Be Serious?
By CounterPunch Editors

Wall Street & Jesse Jackson
By CounterPunch Editors

Revenge Play At EPA – The Kaufman Hit
By CounterPunch Editors

Limo Talk
By CounterPunch Editors

Jeb the Creep
By CounterPunch Editors

Don’t Touch Sherry
By CounterPunch Editors

Jeb the Creep
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 21

December 1-15, 2000

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How Many Do Cops Kill?
By Karen Saari

A CounterPunch Decenary
By CounterPunch Editors

It Really Was a Coup
By CounterPunch Editors

No Closure, No Peace
By CounterPunch Editors

A Fraud Called Scalia
By CounterPunch Editors

The Curse of Constructive Consensus
By CounterPunch Editors

Bipartisanship on Columbia
By CounterPunch Editors

Soul Breaux
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 20

November 16-30, 2000

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Blacklisted at the Polls
By CounterPunch Editors

Remember Those “Super-Predators”? – Criminalizing Youth
By CounterPunch Editors

Infernal Triangle?  The Governor, His Secretary & A President-In-Waiting
By CounterPunch Editors

Press War in San Francisco
By CounterPunch Editors

Remember Mena?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 19

November 1-15, 2000

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Voting Without Tears:  How to Hold Your Nose and Not Spoil Your Ballot Paper
By CounterPunch Editors

When Pepper Spray Came to Decatur – Staley Courtroom Reunion
By JoAnn Wypijewski

David Brower, 1912-2000
By CounterPunch Editors

Joys of Vote Fraud
By CounterPunch Editors

How Col. Harry Crown Got His Pay-off, and Why Abe Fortas Became LBJ’s Favorite Lawyer
By CounterPunch Editors

A Chat with Nader
By CounterPunch Editors

Glorious Gridlock
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 18

October 16-31, 2000

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You Could Smell the Fear – Get Nader!
By CounterPunch Editors

One Outside Who Won – How’s Ventura Doing?
By Steve Perry

Jim Crow at EPA – Driving Ms Browner
By CounterPunch Editors

Studs Terkel Describes a Dinner with Churchill
By CounterPunch Editors

Gen. Wesley Clark and His Mustang
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 17

October 1-15, 2000

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Bush and Cocaine
By CounterPunch Editors

Neel, Chagnon and the Yanomami – Darkness in El Dorado
By CounterPunch Editors

“A Cloud Over My Life” – Destroying A Yanomami Village
By Leslie Baer

NOW, Gore and Abortion
By Ellen Johnson

CounterPunch on the Stump – View from the Road
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 16

September 16-30, 2000

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They Loved His Views – Gore, Lieberman and Clarence Thomas
By CounterPunch Editors

Fresno Air Wars
By Catherine Campbell

I and I:  Friedman’s World
By CounterPunch Editors

Wen Ho Lee – Who Needs to Eat Crow and Tell Him That They’re Sorry? Jeff Gerth, James Risen and William Safire, That’s Who
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 15

September 1-15, 2000

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PANAM 103 Trial – The Case Falls Apart
By CounterPunch Editors

Is It a Movement? – The Nader Campaign
By Rico Cleffi

God’s Country – Lieberman Tears Up the Constitution
By CounterPunch Editors

His Hidden Talent – Bush as Press Critic
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 14

August 1-31, 2000

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A Field Day for the Heat
By CounterPunch Editors

“Magical Thinking” and Campaign 2000 – What Nader Represents
By Edward Said

Fizzle or Sizzle? – Protesters and the Press
By Laura Flanders

The New Prudery
By CounterPunch Editors

A Heartbeat Away
By CounterPunch Editors

All Along the Watts Towers
By CounterPunch Editors

Tipper’s Campaign Diary
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 13

July 1-31, 2000

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Gore: the Bottom Line
By CounterPunch Editors

It Takes One to Know One – The Truth About Cheney: He’s Dumb
By CounterPunch Editors

The Real Al Gore
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore’s TV Posturing
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore Sells Out on Nuked Kid
By CounterPunch Editors

How Gore Screwed Labor
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore’s Lies on Choice
By CounterPunch Editors

The Gore/Helms Gay Bashing Team
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 12

June 16-30, 2000

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Gore’s Platform
By CounterPunch Editors

A.CounterPunch Journey Through the Alimentary Canal – Why You Can’t Buy Good Sausage
By Alexander Cockburn

Biowar Meets the NYT
By CounterPunch Editors

Pentagon’s Info War
By CounterPunch Editors

Veggies Boo Batgirl
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 11

June 1-15, 2000

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New Biowar on Drugs – McCaffery’s Plagues
By CounterPunch Editors

Fadia Rafeedie’s Speech – What Albright Missed
By CounterPunch Editors

Don’t Wear a Veil in Philly – Conventions: Cops Lay Plans
By CounterPunch Editors

5,000 Hear Rafeedie Trash Albright at Berkeley Graduation
By CounterPunch Editors

Supreme Court Scare
By CounterPunch Editors

When Gays Ruled the World
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 10

May 16-31, 2000

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Urine Tests, No Travel, Financial Probes – Feds Get Rough With Mumia Activists
By CounterPunch Editors

Zig-Zag Path of Gore Aide – Katie McGinty’s New Gig
By CounterPunch Editors

Throned Autocrat v. We the Jury – Gov Edwards’ Mistrial
By Godfrey Lehman

Death of Little Crizel
By CounterPunch Editors

Wolfe’s Yap
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 9

May 1-15, 2000

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Fifty Grand for Killer Doc
By Marta Russell

The DOJ Gave Him $4 Million – Antiwar.com Meets the New McCarthyism
By CounterPunch Editors

Clinton’s Pet Snoops
By Wayne Madsen

Moms, Guns and Cops in DC
By CounterPunch Editors

“Hate Crime” Shocker
By CounterPunch Editors

Mountebank Green-E
By CounterPunch Editors

Gladiator: Gibbon v. Ridley Scott
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 8

April 16-30, 2000

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April Was a Jolly Month – A16: Inside/Outside Stories
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Move Over, Pacifica! – Here Come Indy Media
By Laura Flanders

A CounterPunch Journey – With Tussy in Toledo
By Peter Linebaugh

Elian: This is How We Do Things Here
By CounterPunch Editors

Gitlin Alert! – Millions Flee
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 7

April 1-15, 2000

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Drain It!
By CounterPunch Editors

He Wants Every Plant on a Barge – GE Stands for ”Gone Elsewhere”
By CounterPunch Editors

The FBI’s Project Megiddo – Apocalypse When?
By CounterPunch Editors

Tipper Gore’s Unquiet Night
By CounterPunch Editors

CNN and Psyops
By CounterPunch Editors

Dees and WTO Protests
By CounterPunch Editors

MinAtom Conspiracy
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 6

March 16-31, 2000

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Teaching Kids to Snitch
By Jim Redden

Robin Blackburn concludes his journey – Cuba at the Millennium
By Robin Blackburn

Morris Dees’ New Scam
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore’s Debts to Richardson and Coelho
By CounterPunch Editors

Meet Cur DeLeon, Cohen’s Successor?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 5

March 1-15, 2000

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CNN and PSYOPS
By Alexander Cockburn

A CounterPunch Journey – Return to Cuba
By Robin Blackburn

Sad News About Tipper Gore
By CounterPunch Editors

Arizona Shows the Way
By CounterPunch Editors

Ahoy There, Kerry!
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 4

February 16-28, 2000

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All Show, No Blow (Till He Blows) – The Mark of McCain
By CounterPunch Editors

A CounterPunch Journey to a Win- Win Solution – The Killing of Carmel Mountain
By Susan Davis

Grime, Greed and the Recording Industry Association of America  – (Our Music, Their Congress Their Money)
By CounterPunch Editors

Haider’s Reebocks
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 3

February 1-15, 2000

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New Army Plan for Torturers’ School
By CounterPunch Editors

Blows Against the Death Penalty – Ryan’s Quake
By CounterPunch Editors

Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell’s Billion Dollar Water Grab – A River Runs Through Him
By CounterPunch Editors

Their Man in North Korea – Nike’s Joe Appleseed
By CounterPunch Editors

The Iraq File
By CounterPunch Editors

Lessons From Serbia
By CounterPunch Editors

Don’t Blame the IRA for the Ulster Veto
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 2

January 16-31, 2000

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We’ll Show Castro! – How We Steal Kids
By Catherine Campbell

All Heaven’s in a Rage … – The Secret History of the Monarch Butterfly
By CounterPunch Editors

Macro-Win on Micro-Radio – FCC Does (Almost) Right Thing
By CounterPunch Editors

Marquez as Slimeball
By CounterPunch Editors

Fonda and Christ
By CounterPunch Editors

Star Wars Fakery
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 7 no 1

January 1-15, 2000

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Bush, Death & Texas
By CounterPunch Editors

Do The Numbers Mean Anything? – Those Hollow Victories Over Crime
By CounterPunch Editors

The Truth At Last – Scott Ate Oates
By CounterPunch Editors

Framing Wen Ho Lee
By CounterPunch Editors

US Banks – Worse Than the Swiss
By CounterPunch Editors

Marc Cooper:  It Sounds Like He Wants Mumia Dead
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 22

December 16-31, 1999

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Be Glad That They’re Around – 11 Who Make a Difference
By CounterPunch Editors

Citizen McCain – The Fraud Continues
By CounterPunch Editors

Hillary and That Picket Line
By CounterPunch Editors

Who Won in Seattle
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 21

December 1-15, 1999

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Seattle Diary – It’s a Gas, Gas, Gas
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Remembering Rose Bird
By CounterPunch Editors

Nazi Compensation
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 20

November 16-30, 1999

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The Inflation of Timid Bill Bradley
By CounterPunch Editors

The Valujet Trial – Air Crashes: The Blame Game
By CounterPunch Editors

Who Planted the Bombs in Moscow? – How the FBI Aids Russia’s War
By CounterPunch Editors

Hoffa Jr.’s Big Test – The Overnite Strike
By CounterPunch Editors

 

Volume 6 no 19

November 1-15, 1999

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The American Landscape – Teaching at The Wall
By Michael Yates

CounterPunch Journeys  – What Grapes Have Wrought
By CounterPunch Editors

Democrats Go to Bat for the Stripmining Companies – Old King Coal Still Reigns
By CounterPunch Editors

Albright’s Tiny Coffins: A Sequel
By Nicholas Arons

McKinney’s Sentence
By CounterPunch Editors

Schumer & Forfeiture
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 18

October 16-31, 1999

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How They Fixed the Star Wars Test
By CounterPunch Editors

Nike Chronicles – 20 Cents an Hour? It’s the Market
By CounterPunch Editors

Clinton’s Sham Plan for Roadless Areas – Saving Forests or Saving Al Gore?
By CounterPunch Editors

How Al Gore Stopped US Crime, Singlehanded
By CounterPunch Editors

Doris Kearns Goodwin:  Does She Feel No Shame?
By CounterPunch Editors

Sales Clerk or Cop: Which Job is Safer?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 17

October 1-15, 1999

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Food Central
By CounterPunch Editors

Where There’s Grief There’s Greed – Tony Coelho and the Smell of Death
By CounterPunch Editors

After the War on Serbia – Gen. Wesley Clark Fights On
By CounterPunch Editors

Bribing Boris Yeltsin
By CounterPunch Editors

Kissinger on Heroin!
By CounterPunch Editors

Horman’s Killers
By CounterPunch Editors

More on Justus Weiner
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 16

September 16-30, 1999

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The Minatom Conspiracy
By CounterPunch Editors

Endless Love – Chronicles of the US-Indonesia Alliance
By CounterPunch Editors

How Sanctions Kill 14,000 Iraqi Kids a Month – Albright’s Tiny Coffins
By CounterPunch Editors

Milk Industry’s Moustache Mess-Up
By CounterPunch Editors

“Good Capitalism” Fraud
By CounterPunch Editors

Pope Shills for Gore
By CounterPunch Editors

American as Apple Pie – Eye Gouging
By CounterPunch Editors

The Wit and Wisdom of Conrad Burns
By CounterPunch Editors

Return of Menges Khan
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 15

September 1-15, 1999

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Edward Said as Jew
By CounterPunch Editors

Our Biggest Temperate Rainforest: – The Chainsaws Never Stop
By CounterPunch Editors

“Labor Stumbles” – CounterPunch Article Stirs the Pot
By CounterPunch Editors

Commentary “Scholar” Deliberately Faked the Record in His Attack on Edward Said
By CounterPunch Editors

A-Bombs to Earrings
By CounterPunch Editors

Guerrillas Win DEA Nod
By CounterPunch Editors

CIA’s Gottlieb: Kirk Killer?
By CounterPunch Editors

Classroom Censors
By CounterPunch Editors

The Waco Storm
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 14

July 16-31, 1999

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Inside Big Meat
By CounterPunch Editors

CounterPunch Journeys – Montana High and Low
By CounterPunch Editors

Poisoned Toothbrushes
By CounterPunch Editors

Those Kennedys…
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 13

July 1-15, 1999

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Political Diary
By CounterPunch Editors

Pass the Brie and Shine the Jackboots – How Pacifica Fired Opal Nations
By CounterPunch Editors

From the Death Chamber to the Unabomber – The CIA, Shrinks & LSD
By CounterPunch Editors

From Watts to Fat Cats
By CounterPunch Editors

Put Guns into the Hands of Children
By CounterPunch Editors

Spooking for Monsanto
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 12

June 16-30, 1999

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Labor Stumbles
By CounterPunch Editors

Those Skeletons in Her Closet – How Vulnerable Is Hillary?
By CounterPunch Editors

Beaten and Paralyzed by Cops, Cut Off Medicaid, Ignored by the Press – Max Antoine: New Jersey’s Louima
By CounterPunch Editors

Will Bombing Always Be Risk Free For the Bombers? – First Iraq, Now Serbia
By CounterPunch Editors

The War on Teens
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 11

June 1-15, 1999

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War Diary III: The Cost
By CounterPunch Editors

Peace:  Who Stands to Cash In?
By CounterPunch Editors

Who NATO Killed
By CounterPunch Editors

Waco Update: The Delta Force Was There
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 10

May 16-31, 1999

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War Diary II
By CounterPunch Editors

Kucinich Heads Off War Powers
By CounterPunch Editors

Dispatches from the Wider War – Brazil’s Elusive Miracle
By CounterPunch Editors

Death Squads’ Flack in El Salvador, – Clinton’s Man in Kosovo
By Mark Ames & Matt Taibbi

Was Clark at Waco?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 9

May 1-15, 1999

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”Cream Them!” – The Horrors of John McCain
By CounterPunch Editors

US officials should be investigated for war crimes – NATO’s Targets & Body Count
By CounterPunch Editors

War Diary
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 8

April 16-30, 1999

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57 Reasons the War Sucks
By CounterPunch Editors

Vain, Pompous, Brown-Noser – Meet the Real General Clark
By CounterPunch Editors

When Bombing First Bombed
By CounterPunch Editors

The War Lobby’s Back in Business
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 7

April 1-15, 1999

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Flacked by Global Exchange – Nike’s New Wage Scam
By CounterPunch Editors

Disasters As Normalcy – Chevron’s Big Bang
By CounterPunch Editors

Slipped BZ and Jolted with Electroshock – Did the CIA Poison Robeson?
By CounterPunch Editors

Incubator Babies II
By CounterPunch Editors

NATO, Sig Heil!
By CounterPunch Editors

“What About Chile?”
By CounterPunch Editors

Pacifica Strikes Again
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 6

March 16-31, 1999

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Theirs To Steal, Ours To Win – Battle for the Soundwaves
By CounterPunch Editors

US Official Poisoner Dies
By CounterPunch Editors

The “Mickey Mouse” Bill – Valenti: Fear and (Really) Loathing in Las Vegas
By CounterPunch Editors

Menchu, Stoll and Mass Murder
By CounterPunch Editors

Exxon Valdez: Ten Years After
By CounterPunch Editors

Where Elia Kazan First Snitched
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 5

March 1-15, 1999

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Racial Typing on the Highways – Driving While Black
By CounterPunch Editors

Now England Has Its Nader – Prince Charles’ Crusade
By CounterPunch Editors

Greenspan in Heart-Stopping Rally
By CounterPunch Editors

Israelis to Bill – “Spring Klein”
By CounterPunch Editors

Pacifica:  Yes, They Did It
By CounterPunch Editors

Madeline’s Mess-Ups
By CounterPunch Editors

More on Strom
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 4

February 16-28, 1999

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Labor’s Changing Landscape – The Blessings of Corruption
By CounterPunch Editors

Tainted Plasma Traced to Arkansas Prison – Bill Clinton’s Blood Trails
By CounterPunch Editors

Bye-Bye Miranda
By CounterPunch Editors

Dombeck’s Sleights
By CounterPunch Editors

Hitchens’ Empty Boast
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 3

February 1-15, 1999

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Were the Snoops “Journalists”? – The Case of the ADL Spies
By CounterPunch Editors

As the Door Revolves – The Arms Pushers
By CounterPunch Editors

Who Bombed Judi Bari?
By CounterPunch Editors

The Ming Switcheroo: How the Chinese Fooled Henry Kissinger
By CounterPunch Editors

St. Anthanasius v. BFI
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 2

January 16-31, 1999

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The Neutering of Pacifica
By CounterPunch Editors

When Strom Was Young and Dinosaurs Ruled – Seduction in the Shadow of Old Sparky
By CounterPunch Editors

The Late Great Bill of Rights – Tony Serra Counts Freedom’s Losses
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 6 no 1

January 1-15, 1999

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Chrysler’s Huge Haul:  Hold-Up in Toledo
By CounterPunch Editors

Cold War Legacy – Hot Bugs: Hanford’s New Peril
By CounterPunch Editors

Gray Davis:  The Shape of Things to Come
By CounterPunch Editors

Was Carter Worse?
By CounterPunch Editors

Stranger Love Has no Man – Christopher Hitchens Sends Reagan Mash Note
By CounterPunch Editors

New Mexico’s Farmers Unveil Fascist Program
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 22

December 16-31, 1998

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Ten Good Groups That Make a Difference
By CounterPunch Editors

He’s The Employers’ Darling – How Much Harm Can Hoffa Do?
By CounterPunch Editors

The Attack on Rigoberta Menchu
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 21

December 1-15, 1998

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“Torture and Kill Them” – How Gringo Doctrine Works
By CounterPunch Editors

Panthers in Angola, La., in Death Trial
By CounterPunch Editors

School of the Americas – 7,000 Rally Outside U.S. Death Squad School
By CounterPunch Editors

Pinochet and the US
By CounterPunch Editors

Pinter on US Crimes
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 19

November 1-15, 1998

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The Politics of “Natural” Disaster – Who Made Mitch So Bad?
By CounterPunch Editors

The Watchdog is the Fox – The Truth About That ”Sweat Free” Label
By CounterPunch Editors

Jesse “The Body” – The People’s Man
By CounterPunch Editors

Blackfoot River Saved from Goldmine
By CounterPunch Editors

Welcome Bob Livingston, Mr, Speaker, Mr. Pac
By CounterPunch Editors

How Nike, Reebok and Other Sweatshops Put Up Fake Factory Reform and Got Clinton’s Kiss
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 18

October 16-31, 1998

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How the Labor Dept. Helps INS – Keeping Sweatshops Profitable
By CounterPunch Editors

The CIA and the Origins of the Contras – Drugs, Kidnapping, Robbery and Extortion
By CounterPunch Editors

Whole Food, Whole Phoo-ey
By CounterPunch Editors

Bringing Nuke Waste Back Home – Yes, Bringing it to Bernard Sanders’ Own Back Yard
By CounterPunch Editors

Calling Oprah – Could Juries Have Spared US Civil War?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 17

October 1-15, 1998

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New York Times in Epic Climb-Down – CIA: We Knew All Along
By CounterPunch Editors

Workers and “The Rule of Law” – Shipyard Economics: $9.45 an hour plus food stamps
By CounterPunch Editors

Grandstanding on Terror – The House vs. Assata Shakur
By CounterPunch Editors

Dag Hammarskjold & Rajiv Gandhi – Who Killed Them?
By CounterPunch Editors

An Oil Company Sets Its Value on Human Life
By CounterPunch Editors

One for Our Side: Shintech Blinks
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 16

September 16-30, 1998

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Ag Lobby in Big New Push – The Return of Bracero
By CounterPunch Editors

Power Dynamics – How Enron Gets What It Wants
By CounterPunch Editors

No Need for the Crystal Ball: Neoliberalism In Bloody Rout
By CounterPunch Editors

Clinton and OJ: Beating the Man
By CounterPunch Editors

Scandal at Salon: Broder’s Downfall
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 15

September 1-15, 1998

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“It Was Like Fire” – Exxon’s Deadly Air
By CounterPunch Editors

The Trouble With Harry  – Anslinger and the Racist Roots of the Drug War
By CounterPunch Editors

The Trouble with Al Gore’s Zipper
By CounterPunch Editors

Birds of a Feather – Audubon’s Oily Passions
By CounterPunch Editors

Pentagon’s Fearful Asymmetry
By CounterPunch Editors

Gitlin Peril Strikes Again
By CounterPunch Editors

The Fallows Dunciad
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 14

July 16-31, 1998

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Screams from Hell – Adidas and China’s Political Prisons
By CounterPunch Editors

Vindicating Gary Webb – Justice Dept. Report Confirms Contra Cocaine Ties
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore Watches TN Rape, Stays Silent
By CounterPunch Editors

Sierra Club’s Walk ‘n Spray Policy
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 13

July 1-15, 1998

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The Case of Father Jerry
By CounterPunch Editors

AIDS Groups’ Cozy Ties to the Drug Industry
By CounterPunch Editors

Non-Profit AIDS CEOs Wallow in Ever-Fattening Stipends
By CounterPunch Editors

Tina Brown – Has Anyone Ever Got Further on Less?
By CounterPunch Editors

Nina Burleigh – Praise Bill and Pass the Kneepads
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 12

June 16-30, 1998

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It’s So-o-o Nineties! – Welcome to the NPWF
By CounterPunch Editors

It’s A Money/Class Thing, Of Course – Why the Drug War Works
By CounterPunch Editors

How South African Secret Police Dreamed of Infertility
By CounterPunch Editors

Microsoft Bribes Profs
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 11

June 1-15, 1998

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How Jim McDougal Died
By CounterPunch Editors

A Billion Dollar Gameplan – How Big Oil Talks… Live on Tape!
By CounterPunch Editors

GM, Jesse Jackson and Nightline – Paving the Road to Hell…
By CounterPunch Editors

”Pinebox” Medicine
By CounterPunch Editors

Toxic Gitlin Peril
By CounterPunch Editors

Bruce Babbitt’s Death Squad Ties
By CounterPunch Editors

Four for the Road – Alice Walton’s .16
By CounterPunch Editors

Microsoft Bribes Profs
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 10

May 16-31, 1998

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Hating Castro, On $2 Million a Year
By CounterPunch Editors

Student Radicals Against UC
By CounterPunch Editors

CAQ Editors Speak Out – The Purge At Covert Action
By CounterPunch Editors

Turmoil at Tulane
By CounterPunch Editors

Does GM Run Alabama’s Court?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 9

May 1-15, 1998

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Back to the Middle Ages – The Rise of the Lumpen Teacher
By CounterPunch Editors

The World Upside Down – Who Really Loves Big Banks?
By CounterPunch Editors

Saving the Taku River – At Last! Time For Albright To Do Something Useful
By CounterPunch Editors

Jesse Jackson – Q. How Bad Can He Be? – (A. Incredibly Bad)
By CounterPunch Editors

Lani on Bill
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 8

April 16-30, 1998

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GM in Black and White
By CounterPunch Editors

CounterPunch ‘s Business Journal – The Secret Lives of the Fortune 500
By CounterPunch Editors

How Sid Blumenthal Really Treats His Wife
By CounterPunch Editors

Is Jonathan Alter World’s Most Pompous?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 7

April 1-15, 1998

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The War Comes Home! – Napalming East Chicago
By CounterPunch Editors

Al Gore Betrays the Turtles – Secret Panel in Geneva Strikes Down US Law
By CounterPunch Editors

Heart of Darkness  – Bill’s African Adventure
By CounterPunch Editors

Latvian Nazis Mar NATO Lovefest
By CounterPunch Editors

The CIA’s Windfall
By CounterPunch Editors

Colliding Nukes
By CounterPunch Editors

Grafitti Felonies
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 6

March 16-31, 1998

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Liberals Bail Out the IMF
By CounterPunch Editors

Memo to Reich: What about the People?
By CounterPunch Editors

Meet Nathan Landow (A Real Sleazeball)
By CounterPunch Editors

Bill Protects CIA & Indonesian Goons
By CounterPunch Editors

Kathleen & Shelia – Natural Passions
By CounterPunch Editors

The Paxon/Hume Stories
By CounterPunch Editors

Dr. Vogt Tells All
By CounterPunch Editors

Alterman vs. NOW
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 4

February 16-28, 1998

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The Texas Death Machine
By CounterPunch Editors

Germ War: The US Record
By CounterPunch Editors

“A Brazen Racial Animus” – Poverty, Race and the Death Penalty
By CounterPunch Editors

Rep. Richard Baker’s Whites Only Mail Shot
By CounterPunch Editors

Vernon Jordan’s Pussy Tales
By CounterPunch Editors

What Arkansas’ AG Did in the Ladies Loo
By CounterPunch Editors

What Castaneda Did to Che Guevara
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 3

February 1-15, 1998

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The Babbit Probe
By CounterPunch Editors

Delay’s South Pacific Adventure
By CounterPunch Editors

Presidential Sex, 1993-1998
By CounterPunch Editors

The Nuts & Sluts Defense
By CounterPunch Editors

Clinton’s Coed Tenants
By CounterPunch Editors

The Cocaine Connection
By CounterPunch Editors

Markie Post: Bill’s Favorite TV Star
By CounterPunch Editors

The Waitress & the Guv
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 2

January 16-31, 1998

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The Navy Drops Its Wings
By CounterPunch Editors

CIA’s New Watchdog is Kennel Trained
By CounterPunch Editors

Another Bungled Bid: The CIA’s Plots Against Saddam
By CounterPunch Editors

That Asian Crisis: “Get Me Rewrite!”
By CounterPunch Editors

Every Damn Cent – PG&E, NRDC & the Poor
By CounterPunch Editors

New Clinton Sex Scandal
By CounterPunch Editors

Poddy Agonistes
By CounterPunch Editors

Kinsley: Love at Last
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 5 no 1

January 1-15, 1998

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Sex, Dollars & Freedom
By CounterPunch Editors

Ainerica’s Nuclear Guinea Pigs
By CounterPunch Editors

Michael Kennedy’s Wage Bloat
By CounterPunch Editors

Sonny Bono’s Wooden Head
By CounterPunch Editors

Costner’s war on nature/ Stone’s war on the past/ Spielberg’s war on NewLondon
By CounterPunch Editors

Nuclear egg on Enron’s Face
By CounterPunch Editors

He-e-e-re’s Larry – Can a Dakotan rise from the dead?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 22

December 16-31, 1997

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The CIA’s Latest Coup
By CounterPunch Editors

Saro-Wiwa Died For Their Sins – Big Oil Lobbies the Hill for Nigeria
By CounterPunch Editors

Princeton Prof Denies Genocide – Bernard Lewis & the Armenians
By CounterPunch Editors

Teamster Critic Cracks
By CounterPunch Editors

Albright’s Bad Year
By CounterPunch Editors

Nike and Kyoto
By CounterPunch Editors

The Numbing of Al Gore
By CounterPunch Editors

Kevorkian Death Award
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 21

December 1-15, 1997

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The Second Coming – Nuclear Power’s Latest Play
By CounterPunch Editors

A License to Print Money – Mark Palmer’s Rise and Rise
By CounterPunch Editors

Another Visitor to the Lincoln Bedroom? – Why Mrs. Lawrence Deserves to Rest At Arlington
By CounterPunch Editors

Bernie Sanders’s Quiet Support for Suharto
By CounterPunch Editors

Brittain Cleared
By CounterPunch Editors

DreamWorks Redlines “Amistad” from Black Areas of New Haven
By CounterPunch Editors

Judge Conboy’s Anti-Union Ties
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 20

November 16-30, 1997

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The Fall of Ron Carey
By CounterPunch Editors

Gun$, Nut$ & T’baccy – Fast Track Deals & Bill’s Principles
By CounterPunch Editors

Sleight of Hand Leaves Pentagon Unbowed – William Cohen’s Fake Fix
By CounterPunch Editors

George Soros, Hypocrite
By CounterPunch Editors

Nike’s Boss Takes Albright’s Job
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 19

November 1-15, 1997

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How GM (with Jesse Jackson’s Help) Screws Its Black Dealers
By CounterPunch Editors

Clinton’s New Pals – Algerian Fanatics Welcomed in Army Study
By CounterPunch Editors

Drugs, Booze and Silence – Gore’s Son Booted from High School, How Veep Squelched Story
By CounterPunch Editors

This Exhibit Backed by Arco: Smithsonian Sells Out
By CounterPunch Editors

The Tibet Richard Gere Never Knew
By CounterPunch Editors

How Nike Peddles Child Pornography
By CounterPunch Editors

Godfather of Gardening: Coppola and Pesticides
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 18

October 16-31, 1997

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Smoke and Chains – Bob Butterworth’s Double Life
By CounterPunch Editors

How Conservatives Dress for Success – Undercover at the Leadership Institute
By CounterPunch Editors

The Smearing of Victoria Brittain
By CounterPunch Editors

Clinton Snubs Nobel Winner
By CounterPunch Editors

Timber-r-r: Wilderness Society Strikes Again!
By CounterPunch Editors

Tarnished Armor: Peter Knight & His Sleazy Clients
By CounterPunch Editors

Nike’s Bogus Vietnamese Retirement Plan
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 17

October 1-15, 1997

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The Great Nike Rally
By CounterPunch Editors

Pittsburgh Diary – Labor: The Quick & The Dead
By CounterPunch Editors

Al Gore’s Absence
By CounterPunch Editors

Laura Ingraham’s Freak-Out
By CounterPunch Editors

Ellen Miller’s Blunder
By CounterPunch Editors

Charles Lane’s Past
By CounterPunch Editors

Di’s Silliest Devotee
By CounterPunch Editors

Bob Perry’s Scoop
By CounterPunch Editors

Daryl Jones’ Wings
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 16

September 16-30, 1997

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The Missing Suitcase Bombs – A Hundred Nukes on the Loose
By CounterPunch Editors

How To Fake An Invoice – (But Tell Your Lover, Too)
By CounterPunch Editors

The Incredible Flying Cocktail Shaker
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore Girl’s Motown Taint
By CounterPunch Editors

Diana: Now This
By CounterPunch Editors

Huey Long’s Tongue
By CounterPunch Editors

The Dirt on Daryl Jones
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 15

September 1-15, 1997

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A Reserve Army of Guinea Pigs – How the Drug Lords Test Their Products
By CounterPunch Editors

The Budget Deal – Line Items Bill Didn’t Veto
By CounterPunch Editors

Dirty Deeds of Dodi’s Dad (Much Worse Than You Can Guess)
By CounterPunch Editors

Big Business’s Fast Track Fix
By CounterPunch Editors

How to Get Chris Dodd to Pick Up His Phone
By CounterPunch Editors

Triumph at Tooele
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 14

July 16-31, 1997

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How’s He Doing? – Has Sweeney Changed Labor?
By CounterPunch Editors

The Chemical Plant that Could Break Tulane
By CounterPunch Editors

The Teamsters vs. UPS – The Shape of the Battle
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 13

July 1-15, 1997

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Doomsday At Deseret
By CounterPunch Editors

Clarence Thomas’s Second Home
By CounterPunch Editors

Where Carville Draws the Line
By CounterPunch Editors

Why Oregon Went Off Pot
By CounterPunch Editors

South African Spy Scandals
By CounterPunch Editors

Libya and the US Press
By CounterPunch Editors

Jacques Derrida’s War on the Nuclear Family
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 12

June 16-30, 1997

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Those New Clean Air Rules – You Really Think Bill Hung Tough?
By CounterPunch Editors

Emerging Markets Redux – Looking for the Next Mexico
By CounterPunch Editors

Political Stability: More Precious Than Gold
By CounterPunch Editors

Gulf War Verdict At Last
By CounterPunch Editors

Good Guys in Green-Part III
By CounterPunch Editors

Adieu Cousteau
By CounterPunch Editors

Drugs and Intelligence Agencies – The South African Version
By CounterPunch Editors

The Aitken Scandal – Lolicia Just Woudn’t Lie
By CounterPunch Editors

Andrew Young Earns His Pay from Nike
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 11

June 1-15, 1997

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Letting Hillary Off the Hook – Why Starr’s Staff Hates Him
By CounterPunch Editors

The Annotated Unocal – Notes on A Burma Booster
By CounterPunch Editors

More Sleaze from Babylon
By CounterPunch Editors

Murder: Another CIA Manual Surfaces
By CounterPunch Editors

The CIA and the NYT
By CounterPunch Editors

Contra-Gate Prosecutor Calls Toobin Incompetent and a Thief
By CounterPunch Editors

Richard Cohen’s Sex Toys
By CounterPunch Editors

Kissinger on Clinton
By CounterPunch Editors

Sex-Mad Generals:  What the Press Missed
By CounterPunch Editors

Greenpeace Dumps Dudley
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 10

May 16-31, 1997

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The Smelly Life of Gen. Fish
By CounterPunch Editors

Send Them Money! – The Good Guys in Green – Part Two
By CounterPunch Editors

Yes, It’s Super-Cruise!
By CounterPunch Editors

White-Out: Drugs, the CIA and the Press
By CounterPunch Editors

That Guatemala Hit List
By CounterPunch Editors

Working at Wanking
By CounterPunch Editors

Eileen McNamara: Cover-Up Continues
By CounterPunch Editors

Freedom for Bonebrake
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 9

May 1-15, 1997

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The Budget Deal Fraud
By CounterPunch Editors

Eileen McNamara: 1997’s Janet Cooke
By CounterPunch Editors

A Brief Guide to Our Times – The CounterPunch 25
By CounterPunch Editors

“But Who Can We Support?” – The Good Guys In Green
By CounterPunch Editors

Powell: Make the Blood Flow
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 7 & 8

April 1-30, 1997

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Clinton Crowd Said Yea! – Plot to “Cure AIDS”, Make H-Bombs and $5 Billion
By CounterPunch Editors

“Generally Accepted Slavedriving Principles” – Accounting Firms to Monitor Sweat Shops
By CounterPunch Editors

The Kennedys: No Sweat
By CounterPunch Editors

NAACP Takes Money, Okays Deal
By CounterPunch Editors

Veep Watch – AI Gore: Home of the Whopper
By CounterPunch Editors

Pulitzer Faker?
By CounterPunch Editors

Those Viet Vets
By CounterPunch Editors

A Short History of Paul Hawken
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 6

March 16-31, 1997

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Big Fight in a Little Town
By CounterPunch Editors

Dan Burton’s Double
By CounterPunch Editors

“Bring Me Saddam’s Head” – The Corpses in Tenet’s Closet
By CounterPunch Editors

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha – (How to Spell Ethics Reform)
By CounterPunch Editors

The Pulp Parachute – When Louisiana-Pacific Got Paid to Destroy the Tongass
By CounterPunch Editors

Ron Brown Lives!
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 5

March 1-15, 1997

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The Foulest Job in Babylon – Al’s Bro-in-Law Screws Vets
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore Watch – Wheels & Deals of Fortune
By CounterPunch Editors

White House Klatsches – Who Went, What They Got
By CounterPunch Editors

Tex Mix – What Do Nukes, Sarah Weddington, Ann Richards and Bernie Sanders Have In Common?
By CounterPunch Editors

The Trust Fund Kids (An Occasional Series)
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 4

February 16-28, 1997

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Cuban Fixer Meets Bill – The $12 Billion Florida Scam
By CounterPunch Editors

The Valujet Cover-Up
By CounterPunch Editors

Make-Up Hints From Feinstein and Moseley-Braun – How To Make Murderers Look Good
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 2

January 16-31, 1997

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Power Play – The Biggest Game in Town
By CounterPunch Editors

Is It the Khan? No …  It’s … It’s the Messiah!
By CounterPunch Editors

The Kingdom and the Power (And a Cast of Billions)
By CounterPunch Editors

Like a Fox Building a Chicken Coop
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 4 no 1

January 1-15, 1997

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America’s Private Gulag
By CounterPunch Editors

Our Air: Deadlier than Ever
By CounterPunch Editors

The Annotated Boggs – Tommy Sniffs Hawaii
By CounterPunch Editors

That Israel Waiver
By CounterPunch Editors

Wage Slaves
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 3 no 21

December 1-15, 1996

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Your Buck Stops Where? – What AAA Doesn’t Tell You
By CounterPunch Editors

Is the Busines Cycle Dead?
By CounterPunch Editors

“The Zapatistas Must Be Elitninated”: An Update
By CounterPunch Editors

Tipper’s Torch Still Burns!
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 20

November 15-30, 1996

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Friendly Fire: Gulf War Syndrome and How It Began
By CounterPunch Editors

Foot-in-Mouth Outbreak – Pundits’ Clouded Crystal
By CounterPunch Editors

Texaco’s Love of Opera
By CounterPunch Editors

They Never Give Up
By CounterPunch Editors

Not Enough Green – FEC’s final blow to Nader campaign
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 19

November 1-15, 1996

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How Little Rock Went Global
By CounterPunch Editors

It’s All Over, and Now – … Back to the Future
By CounterPunch Editors

Russia’s Nukes: New Deal
By CounterPunch Editors

Guns, Drugs and the CIA: Sequel
By CounterPunch Editors

Larry Pressler’s Stool Pigeon
By CounterPunch Editors

Lippogate’s Forerunner
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 18

October 16-31, 1996

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Drugs, Contras and CIA – Post Defends Agency’s Honor
By CounterPunch Editors

Bringing Israel Up To Code
By CounterPunch Editors

South Dakota’s Globe-Trotting Senator – Larry Pressler’s World Tour
By CounterPunch Editors

Sequel: Contributions Watch Conspiracy
By CounterPunch Editors

Perry’s China Syndrome
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 17

October 1-15, 1996

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Fortune 500 Fakery – The “Watchdog” Paid for by the Tobacco Cartel
By CounterPunch Editors

The Bob Kerrey Show! – Goldplaters of 1996
By CounterPunch Editors

Narco-Killer at Pentagon School
By CounterPunch Editors

Dees v. CounterPunch
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 15 & 16

September 1-30, 1996

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Part One: Stars and Money – A Tale of Two Babylons
By CounterPunch Editors

Part Two: Spielberg’s City – The Curse of Dreamworks
By CounterPunch Editors

Closet Senators Outed
By CounterPunch Editors

What Dick Told Sherry
By CounterPunch Editors

The Liberal Press: – Sleeping Dogs Lie
By CounterPunch Editors

Dinner with George
By CounterPunch Editors

Tennis Shoes & Free Speech
By CounterPunch Editors

The Magic Plane
By CounterPunch Editors

This Party Brought to You by …
By CounterPunch Editors

Schindler’s Check
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 14

July 16-31, 1996

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Oil in Its Hours of Triumph
By CounterPunch Editors

Doing Well By Doing Good
By CounterPunch Editors

A Death in Georgetown. – The Unsolved Killing of Mary Meyer
By CounterPunch Editors

Dees Watch
By CounterPunch Editors

The GOP’s Pravda
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 12

June 16-30, 1996

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Flacking for Bill – How Washington’s Do-Good Crowd Sold Out
By CounterPunch Editors

The Myth Of Morris Dees: – Fall-Out Continues
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 11

June 1-15, 1996

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Fronting for the Fortune 500 – “Grassroots” and the Money Power
By CounterPunch Editors

Planet Hollywood, Planet Earth and Planet Clinton
By CounterPunch Editors

Gingrich, the Market-hating Tree Hugger
By CounterPunch Editors

Abrams Leads Ethics Crusade
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 10

May 15-31, 1996

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The Civil Rights Movement’s TV Evangelist – The Myth of Morris Dees
By CounterPunch Editors

SBA Staffs Torture Trade
By CounterPunch Editors

Pentagon Declares War on the Homeless
By CounterPunch Editors

Wall Street Journal Ends Hunt for Red Clinton
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 9

May 1-14, 1996

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Free Trade Narco-Traffickers
By CounterPunch Editors

At Last! A Magazine For Companies That Staple Dogs
By CounterPunch Editors

The Scourge of Corruption – Leiken’s New Scam
By CounterPunch Editors

Hang’ Em High – (But First, Pass the Stamps)
By CounterPunch Editors

Let Them Eat Cake – Sally Quinn’s Rx for America’s Ills
By CounterPunch Editors

Natural Containers
By CounterPunch Editors

Cocaine Corruption
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 8

April 15-30, 1996

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Green Guru, Big Oil’s Man – Greenwashing’s Newest Phenom
By CounterPunch Editors

Greenwashing’s Newest Phenom
By CounterPunch Editors

And That Shark, Dear … – Exactly How Bloated Should a Capitalist Be?
By CounterPunch Editors

Shalit’s Sticky Fingers
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 7

April 1-14, 1996

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A Knight of Babylon
By CounterPunch Editors

The New China Lobby
By CounterPunch Editors

Why Elephants Hate Neo-Liberals
By CounterPunch Editors

NAFTA’s Swift Sword
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 6

March 15, 1996

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Is Hillary a Crook?
By CounterPunch Editors

The Poison Trade
By CounterPunch Editors

Bill Gates’s Chain Gang
By CounterPunch Editors

Turkey Moot
By CounterPunch Editors

Unwonted Stiffness in President’s Spine
By CounterPunch Editors

How Jeff Gerth Saved the Clintons
By CounterPunch Editors

Who Killed Vince Foster?
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 5

March 1, 1996

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Crime Without Punishment – Corporate Dream Nears Victory
By CounterPunch Editors

The Primary Colors Mystery – How Did Dreary Fiction Become Bestseller?
By CounterPunch Editors

Rubin’s China Syndrome
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 4

February 15, 1996

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Clinton’s Gangster Pal
By CounterPunch Editors

Joe Browder’s Secret Life
By CounterPunch Editors

Bernie the Rat
By CounterPunch Editors

Viva la France!
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 2 & 3

February 1, 1996

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Paper Trail – The Origins of Whitewater
By CounterPunch Editors

Wall Street Journal in “Demon Bonior” Boo-Boo – Editors Make Omelette, Get Egg on Face
By CounterPunch Editors

Gingrich and Breaux – Rent Them By The Hour
By CounterPunch Editors

Boggs’ Bucks Cover Board
By CounterPunch Editors

Sierra Club: They Stole from the Poor (and the Rich); – They Gave to Themselves
By CounterPunch Editors

Crossblather: It’s Geraldine!
By CounterPunch Editors

Ron Brown: Dynamic Genes
By CounterPunch Editors

Steve Stockman Bites the Hand That Fed Him
By CounterPunch Editors

Mobutu’s Friends
By CounterPunch Editors

Carville Does Lines With Andy Griffiths
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 3 no 1

January 1, 1996

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Yucca Flat to Geneva – Keep Nukes Alive!
By CounterPunch Editors

Give Me Your Tired, Your Huddled PCBs
By CounterPunch Editors

Till Cement Doth Them Part: Newt and Tom’s Mixer Rumble –
By CounterPunch Editors

When is a Veto not a Veto? – Bill’s Feint on Scammers’ Charter
By CounterPunch Editors

Brown, Root & Cheney’s Bosnian Boondoggle
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 2 no 22

December 15, 1995

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IBM’s Coup d’Etat – $37 Million in Used Bills
By CounterPunch Editors

Government Confirms, Applauds AIFLD’s Slimy Role
By CounterPunch Editors

Shell, the US and Nigeria’s Generals
By CounterPunch Editors

Dodd Takes a Bath in Mess of Pottage
By CounterPunch Editors

God Made Him Do It; Russell Rises from the Dead
By CounterPunch Editors

Gore Amour – Errant Knight
By CounterPunch Editors

Money Monsoon Over the Rain Forest
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 2 no 21

December 1, 1995

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The “Reinvention” Racket – Anatomy of a Mantra
By CounterPunch Editors

A Widow’s Billion vs. the World’s Brainiest Mammal
By CounterPunch Editors

Goodling’s Law: Goering Would Approve
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 2 no 20

November 15, 1995

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The Shalit Paradigm – Young Liars of the Right
By CounterPunch Editors

The Book On Numbers – How The Park Police Count
By CounterPunch Editors

Those Oily Green Foundations
By CounterPunch Editors

Trade Follows the Flag, Or is it the Other Way Around?
By CounterPunch Editors

Mexico’s Junk Repayment
By CounterPunch Editors

Volume 2 no 19

November 1, 1995