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June/July '01 Articles:

The Chemical Industry Exposed

Juvenile (In)justice

A Taboo Subject IMPACT Column

Overpriced Musings:
Dinosaur Fuel

Fish Are Not Swimming Vegetables

(music reviews)

The Muddlemarch: 1

The Muddlemarch: 2


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What You're Missing by Not Picking Up a Copy of the June/July 2001 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents

Notes from the Cultural Wasteland
by Morris Sullivan
The death of one culture and the birth of a new one. From the oral word to the written word to the electronic word.

Amtrak's Bad Trip
by Michael Lynch
If our national rail line can't turn a buck running trains, maybe it can by joining the drug war.

Separation of Church and State Under President Bush
by Seel Wetherell
Bush has publicly threatened to blur the line of separation with several policies in direct defiance of our Constitution.

Comic Relief: The K Chronicles by Keith Knight
Grin and Bare It: What's the point in teaching us to be ashamed of our bodies?

Inside the World Bank -- Marketing a "Free" Press
by Danny Schechter
While protests raged at the Summit of the Americas, another globalization force, the World Bank, was reaching out to journalists for help.

Activist Event Listings
Make a difference: Participate in a protest, attend a rally or a conference.

Veal: Cruelty in the Crate
by Gene Bauston
Young calves are subjected to such egregious abuses, many countries in Europe have outlawed the practices involved in producing veal. But the U.S. hasn't.

Comic Relief: Minimum Security by Stephanie McMillan
Team USA wins a gold medal in highest consumption of the world's resources.

Selling Out for Cash
by Adam Finley
Waiting for money to drop from the sky; finding personal integrity in the dot-com world.

The Legislation of Common Sense
by Carol Remsburg
Coming to the U.S. Congess near you: the legislation of common sense. Should we allow this runaway train to come to full steam?

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