November 2010 Volume 34, Issue 11

Culture
Eight Myths of Justice
Innocent Americans are routinely convicted and incarcerated. The new book False Justice explains how.
Steve Weinberg
Culture
Reading Gandhi in Budrus
A new documentary illuminates the power of nonviolent protest in a Palestinian village opposing the West Bank barrier.
Michael Atkinson
Culture
The Surreal World
Class anxiety, hyperconsumption and mocking the poor, for your viewing pleasure.
Jennifer Pozner
Viewpoint
Coal Ash: The Glowing National Security Threat
Terry J. Allen
Culture
Hull-House Museum: Open to the Counter-Public
The revolution lives at Jane Addams' historic old house in Chicago.
Andrew Oxford
Dispatch
Targeting Soft Money
A retailer’s foray into electoral politics could help fuel campaign-finance reform.
Sam Ross-Brown
Viewpoint
Democrats and the Anger Gap
Susan J. Douglas
Dispatch
Dear ITT Ideologist: Iran’s Mercurial Mullahs and the Dismal Science
Pete Karman
Dispatch
The Truth About Civil Servants
The shiftless paperpusher fattened on your tax dollars doesn't really exist.
Michelle Chen
Dispatch
Excommunicated Over Abortion
A nun's decision to save a life angers a U.S. bishop.
Robin Peterson
Viewpoint
The Rot of D’Souza’s Rant
Barbara Ransby
Dispatch
In Vermont, Shades of McCarthy
The state's Republican candidate for governor waves a bogus list—but this time the enemies are prisoners, not communists.
Terry J. Allen

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