February 2013 Volume 37, Issue 02

Culture
Guantanamo Declassified
Why did it take 12 years to bring the 9/11 conspirators to trial? A new book provides a withering look.
Peter C. Baker
Dispatch
The Revolution Will Be Capitalized
State-owned banks can offer low-interest credit and local investment capital. But do they have a future?
Theo Anderson
Viewpoint
Clothing to Die For
Bangladesh garment workers earn an average of $43 a month, and sometimes lose their lives.
Terry J. Allen
Viewpoint
Extreme Makeover: GOP Edition
Fearful of being outflanked by far-right extremists, the GOP is pushing for moderation in its ranks.
Achy Obejas
Dispatch
Minimum Wage, Maximum Stimulus
There's an easy way to stimulate the economy.
Theo Anderson
Culture
‘Forget About Morality’
Two Oscar-nominated documentaries present footage of Israel and Palestine you'll never see on network TV.
Michael Atkinson
Culture
Eighty at Last
On Amour and pitying the elderly.
Jane Miller
Dispatch
Prison Prep School
'Zero-tolerance' and 'tough-on-crime' policies put students in a school-to-prison pipeline.
Rebecca Burns
Viewpoint
Year of the White-Guy Meltdown
Boehner's f-bomb, LaPierre’s rant ... have the white men in power simply lost it?
Chris Lehmann
Culture
The Guts and the Gory
The Quentin Tarantino paradox.
Sady Doyle

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