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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