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April/May 2002 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents
Aliens in the Holy Land: American Athiests
by Gary Sloan
Since 9/11, American athiests have felt more keenly than ever (if possible) that they are strangers in a strange land.
Pentagon's Silver Lining May Be Bigger Than Cloud
by Norman Soloman
Bad publicity has a silver lining for the Pentagon.
Six Months Later, The Basic Tool is Language
by Norman Soloman
Promised a perpetual "war against terror," we face a parallel media war without end. It's a propaganda siege that must be resisted.
Amazon Faces Unexpected Pressures
by David Suzuki
From 7,000 feet up, the Amazon looks pristine. But on the ground, things are more complicated and the news isn't too good.
Businessmen Make Boo-Boos
by Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman
Has the Encron scandal loosened corporate America's grip on our nation' s capital? Not a chance!
Unmasking the Drug-Terror Link
by John Buell
The United States is in the midst of two wars. But enemies are elusive, and end games are hard to discern. Now the government has merged them.
Back to Bedrock
by Nick Gillespie
The stage is set (State of the Union address) for the ultimate comparison: GW vs. Fred Flintstone.
COMIC: Minimum Security
by Stephanie McMillan
It's Different for America
The Concept of Guardianship
by Eliot M. Katz, DVM
Because almost all animal abuse and exploitation stems from viewing animals as property, the animal protection movement is becoming unified in challenging this demeaning, cruel, and unjust perspective.
Canned Hunts: Slaughter By Another Name
by Norm Phelps
Fenced-in animals are hunted with no chance for escape.
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