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April 26, 2002

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by David Moberg
Studs Terkel turns 90.
 
by Kristie Reilly
An interview with RAWA’s Sahar Saba.
 
by G. William Domhoff
A Commentary of the Nader 2000 Campaign.
 
by Lucy Komisar
Inside a shadowy banking system that secretly moves trillions of dollars around the world.
 
by Craig Aaron
Twenty-five Years of In These Times
 
by Silja J.A. Talvi
Experimental medical research on inmates is on the rise.
 
 

Features

What really happened in Jenin?
 
The left must confront anti-Semitism head-on.
 
Every One of Us Has a Teaspoon
 
 
Hugo Chávez is back in power. Now what?
 
Jean-Marie Le Pen’s strong showing shocks the French left.
 
Too Cruel for School
Students stand up for workers rights.
 

Views

Editorial
Dictatorship or Democracy?
 
Manufacturing postfeminism.
 
 
 

News

75,000 gather in Washington.
 
Crunch Time
Can Nevada derail Yucca Mountain?
 
To fund “clean elections” Mass. judge orders state property sold.
 
Workers Wronged
The NLRB is stacked against labor.
 
In Delaware, Not Easy Being Green
In Person: Alan Muller
 

Culture

Words To Live By
BOOKS: Ben Marcus’ Notable American Women.
 
MUSIC: Wilco returns.
 
FILM: Not your ordinary Teacher.
 
Accuracy Watch
 




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