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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