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Aug./Sept. '01 Articles:

Education?: Teaching Kids to Consume

Bush & Global Warming

Overpriced Musings:
This Is Your Mind on Autopilot

The K Chronicles

Challenge of the 'Wealth Gap'

Treating Pigs Like Swine

Save the Maggots

The Muddlemarch: 1

The Muddlemarch: 2

(music reviews)

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

Notes from the Cultural Wasteland
by Morris Sullivan
Sex is everywhere, on TV, in movies, in ads, anywhere you look.

Drug Legalization Now
by David Borden
With a former British ambassador to Colombia blasting the drug war, Americans need the truth.

Pill Popping
by Sara Rimensnyder
The debate over whether insurance should cover oral contraceptives misses the real point.

Trampling Our Right To Travel
by Tom Crumpacker
U.S. restrictions on travel to Cuba are illegal and must be fought.

"Animal Experimentation is Good!"
by Jeff Nelson
How industry front organizations try to twist public perceptions.

Rejected by PBS (Again)
by Danny Schecter
The wail of the American independent filmmaker. Public Broadcasting exposed!

Decision Kills Pesticides Dead
by David Suzuki
Canada may be leading the way in chemical control. Will the U.S. follow?

COMIC: Minimum Security
by Stephanie McMillan
The hidden (or not so) hidden agenda of the genetically modified crop industry.

Bullet or Noose?
by David Lucander
It seems that the right to vote has not liberated the masses of people. This raises the question of whether suffrage improves the quality of life or is just an illusion.

A Scapegoat in Colorado
by J.C. Carnahan
How the media and police have taken the life of an innocent woman.

COMIC: Minimum Security
by Stephanie McMillan
An animated look at why Taco Bell farmworkers are pissed off.

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