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In These Times, August 9, 2004 Issue PDF - Previous Issue / Next Issue
24 Articles, 40pp

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  • Editorial by Cynthia Moothart, p. 3 - PDF
     Grasping at Straw men
  • Letters, pp. 4-5 - PDF
  • Counting the Costs by Phyllis Bennis and Laura Dolan, pp. 6-7 - PDF
     With no end in sight, the price of the Iraq war continues to skyrocket.
  • Two Steps Forward by Doug Cassel, pp. 8-9 - PDF
     The recent Supreme Court decisions are a start toward returning to the rule of l...
  • Too Little, Too Late by Eric Reeves, p. 10 - PDF
     Colin Powell's visit to the Sudan only highlights the tragic consequences of the...
  • In Person by David Moberg, p. 11 - PDF
     Howard Dean's permanent campaign.
  • House Call by Rep. Jose E. Serrano (D-N.Y.), p. 12 - PDF
     Looking at what might have been.
  • Capitol Report by Craig Aaron, p. 13 - PDF
     Monkey sees, monkey does: cash and Kerry.
  • Truth & Consequences by David Sirota, p. 14 - PDF
     Some Republicans can no longer stand themselves.
  • Viewpoint by David Cobb, p. 15 - PDF
     Concerned about Kerry? Nauseated by Nader? Go Green!
  • The First Stone by Joel Bleifuss, pp. 16-17 - PDF
     Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bush's Christmas wish for July.
8 Ways to Build a Better Body Politic
  • Make Judicious Appointments by Hans Johnson, pp. 18-19 - PDF
     The Democrats must make Bush's far-right judicial nominees a campaign issue.
  • Exercise Fiscal Responsibility by Dean Baker and Heather Boushey, pp. 20-21 - PDF
     Our budget priorities have led us to the edge of a precipice.
  • Forge a Coalition with Labor by David Moberg, pp. 22-23 - PDF
     Those seeing no difference between Bush and Kerry should (card) check their head...
  • Be a Good Steward by Adam Werbach, pp. 24-25 - PDF
     Kerry should use executive orders for the benefit of the environment.
  • Win Over Women by Susan J. Douglas, pp. 26-27 - PDF
     Women are angry, and they're not going to take it anymore.
  • Prioritize Civil Rights by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 28-29 - PDF
     Get it together: The hip-hop generation is mobilizing.
  • Educate All Children by Barbara Miner, pp. 30-31 - PDF
     Adequate and equitable funding is required for an honest education policy.
  • Cure a Sick Healthcare System by Steffie Woolhandler and David Himmelstei..., pp. 32-33 - PDF
     National health insurance can heal us---for what we're now spending.
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  • Tuneful Humanism by Kevin Canfield, pp. 37-39 - PDF
     A.C. Newman and Br. Danielson remind us why rock rules.
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