September 2010 Volume 34, Issue 09

Dispatch
Singapore’s Useful Peasants
As they power a robust recovery, the city-state's foreign-born workers face a growing backlash.
Joseph B. Atkins
Culture
‘The Manchurian President’: Chicago’s Commie Liberal Puppet
The paranoid style of American politics is alive and well.
Chip Berlet
Culture
Once Upon a Time, in America…
The right has one fundamental advantage over its opponents: storytelling.
Michael Atkinson
Viewpoint
The Cruel Irony of Organic Standards
Terry J. Allen
Culture
‘There is Power in a Union’
The past, present and future of America’s labor movement
Steve Weinberg
Viewpoint
The Teachers Are All Right
Susan J. Douglas
Viewpoint
A Modest Proposal for Teacher Tenure Reform
Lifetime employment should be earned.
Richard Greenwald
Dispatch
Alice Waters’ Chez Sludge
The world-famous advocate of local, organic food now advocates controversial "organic biosolids compost" for gardens.
John Stauber
Viewpoint
The New Black Publicity Party
Salim Muwakkil
Culture
Jailed Hikers: the Untold Story
The three Americans Iran has charged with espionage are not who you think they are.
Kari Lydersen
Viewpoint
Stand Up for Elizabeth Warren
Joel Bleifuss
Culture
A Bronx School Tale
A new book shows how grassroots community organizing and persistence turned around one of the country's most corrupt school districts.
Louis Nayman
Dispatch
Dear ITT Ideologist: Interstate Warfare and the Teahadists
Pete Karman
Dispatch
BP: Dispersing Oil or Criticism?
Toxic chemicals helped the oil giant save face, but their health and environmental impacts are unknown
Terry J. Allen
Viewpoint
Why WikiLeaks Won’t Stop the War
Noam Chomsky

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