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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