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December/January 2002 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents
Politicians Exploiting Drug-Terror Link
by David Borden
Politicians eager to smash terrorism are drawing a link between bin Laden and illicit drugs--and taking a few swipes at the drug culture.
A Strong People Do Not Need a Government
by Darren Kramer
To best understand the "new left"'s social revolution, we can look at the revolution in Chiapas, Mexico for some possible answers.
Drug Use Down on the Farm
by Heather Moore
Recent anthrax scares have made "Cipro" a household word. However, scientists warn against the overuse of antibiotics--particularly in animals used for food as drug-resistant strains of bacteria have already developed.
COMIC: Minimum Security
by Stephanie McMillan
Agri-business moves in on organic farming.
Hate Is Just So Easy
by Adam Finley
Love is a complicated emotion. That's why, in a pinch, I'll choose hate over love.
Rotting, But Still Alive
by Roger Nokes
Exposing the cruelty of Huntingdon Life Sciences, Europe's largest vivisection (animal testing) laboratory and one of the largest in the entire world.
When Is a Journalist a Journalist?
by Danny Schechter
Perhaps the FBI shouldn't be deciding, but it's a question worth asking.
Activist Event Listings
Make a difference: Participate in a protest, attend a rally or a conference.
Playing Games With Our Ecosystems
by David Suzuki
The building blocks of our ecosystems are fragile and must be protected.
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