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April - May '03 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents
Demise of the Asian Antelope Should Be a Warning to Us
by Dr. David Suzuki
It may be too late to save the odd-looking saiga, but it should be a warning to us about the fragile state of Earth.
Media War: Obsessed with Tactics and Technology
by Norman Solomon
With American troops busy at work in Iraq, the nedia fixations are largely tactical and ignore moral questions.
Roy Jones, Jr. Ruffles Animal Activists' Feathers
by Heather Moore
The boxing champion is now facing one of his toughest opponents PETA, after disclosing he raises roosters for cockfighting.
The Empire Needs New Clothes
by Thom Hartmann
The current administration has a specific vision for the future of America and the world. In order to put forward an alternative vision, it's essential to understand the vision held by the New Right.
Peace is Hell
by Nick Gillespie
It's a strange sort of war, one that's essentially over before it begins. But winning the war will be easy compared to winning the peace.
The Myth of Objective Journalism
by Adam Finley
Backing away from satire for the moment, Finley shares his thoughts on "the most intelledually refreshing hour of my young adult life."
Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight
Watchdogs, Lapdogs and Sleeping Dogs
by Will Potter
Journalists like to think of themselves as watchdogs. Progressive critics see them as lapdogs for the political and corporate elite. More often reporters are just tired old dogs asleep on the porch.
Peace Candidate Wants To Be President ... And He's a Democrat
by Josh Frank
U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich has been the most outspoken critic of the Bush administration's reactions to September 11th the dismantling of our civil liberties under Ashcroft's PATRIOT Act, and the war against Iraq.
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