September 2011 Volume 35, Issue 09

Culture
By Hook & By Crook
A rogue sportsman catches corporate fish, respectfully.
Eric Johnson
Culture
Giving Gay Rights a Sporting Chance
The day when America’s athletes can play gay is drawing closer.
Pete Redington
Culture
Godard’s Oblique Socialism
The French director has never been dogmatic—he'd rather ask questions.
Michael Atkinson
Dispatch
New Drug Tests Target the Poor
A spate of new laws ties government assistance to sobriety—furthering an unfounded stereotype.
Rania Khalek
Viewpoint
Wall Street Pulls Obama’s Strings
Leonard C. Goodman
Dispatch
Brazil’s Dam Shame
Construction of the giant Belo Monte dam is now underway in the Amazon. But the movement against it continues.
Gabriel Schwartzman
Viewpoint
Naffissatou Diallo’s Ugly Choice
Sady Doyle
Viewpoint
Amorality in the U.K.
Jane Miller
Dispatch
Dear ITT Ideologist: Whitey Bulger & Rebekah Brooks Fear the Slammer
Pete Karman
Dispatch
Suppressing the Vote
New ID laws combat an imaginary crime wave.
Roger Bybee
Culture
Murdoch’s Minor Setback
Don’t believe the humility: The mogul’s empire is not crumbling.
Chris Lehmann
Dispatch
Behind Boehner’s Lies
The U.S. government is not a household that must live within its means.
David Moberg
Viewpoint
The Debt Debacle
David Moberg

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