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February/March 2002 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents
Asleep at the Switch
by Simon Marks
Journaiism's faiiure to track Osama bin Laden and the lessons that can be learned.
Need for International Cooperation Never Greater
by David Suzuki
It was naive to think the 9/11 attacks might at least show the world just how small our planet has become.
Fast Track and FTAA
by Josh Dermer
If it passes in the Senate "fasttrack" would give President Bush the power to negotiate major new global trade agreements. Be afraid, be very afraid.
by Philip Farruggio
Our Congressmembers' comprehensive medical coverage is paid for by U.S taxes. But many of those taxpaying
Americans can barely afford coverage for themselves.
Sentient Beings or Meat Machines
by Kristie Snyder
U.S. agribusiness has demonstrated repeatedly that it considers farm animals to be little more than mechanized units of production.
COMIC: Minimum Security
by Stephanie McMillan
It's Different for America
Let Freedom Ring, But Don't Disturb Me
by Adam Finley
Back in September, it seemed that our lives would be changed forever. What a difference five months makes.
Holding Out On Kids: Abstinence Education in America
by Mary E. Bahl
Sex Ed is taught in various ways at U.S. public schools and it's essential to look at what does and doesn't work.
Veggie Burger and Fries, Hold the Radiation
by Kevin Mercer
While "irradiation" is a familior word to many, what does it actually mean and, more importantly, is it safe for our foods?
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