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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