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Oct./Nov. '03 Articles:
Global Fear & Loathing
Editorial: Criminalizing Dissent
Notes from the Cultural Wasteland
Elephants Enslaved
The Muddlemarch: 1
The Muddlemarch: 2
Forest Holocaust
From the Closet to the TV
(music reviews)

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October - November '03 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents

Protect Coral Reefs–Don't Buy An SUV
by Dr. David Suzuki
The connection may seem tenuous–after all, how could driving an SUV have anything to do with protecting coral reefs? But it does.

The Ten Commandments–Are They Fair and Balanced?
by Norman Solomon
As the holy smoke clears from the media frenzy over the most recent court case, let's consider some implications of the Ten Commandments for modern corporate media.

Overprice Musings: Opposite Poles
by Don Pflaster
Being one who believes that a linear political spectrum of left and right is a lazy falsehood, I would nonetheless argue that we are lucky that such a bipolarization exists.

Space Invaders: War-Happy Bush Taking Battlefield To New Heights
by Bruce Gagnon
Military victory in the Iraq war has emboldened the Pentagon in its claims that space technology gives the U.S. total advantage in time of war.

Longing For Home, Hoping To Stay: An Immigrant's Life In Nebraska
by Kari Lydersen
Thousands of miles from home, some Mexican immigrants dream of returning to their native land while others hope they are here to stay.

The Game Is Afoot
by R.S. Sanscrainte
The exorbitantly remunerated, plastic-armored charlatans of the National Football League have returned to their corporate-funded coliseums to prepare for battle.

Howard Dean's Constitutional Hang-Up
by Josh Frank
Dean would rather execute an innocent man than let a guilty one walk free.

Wesley Clark: The New Anti-War Candidate?
by Peter Hart
While recent coverage of Clark often claims he opposed the war with Iraq, the various opinions he has expressed on the issues suggest the media's "anti-war" label is inaccurate.

Film Review: Lolita–Slave to Entertainment
by Craig Mazer
Take an inside look at the new film about Lolita, an orca whale imprisoned at the Miami Seaquarium for over 30 years.

The Campaign To Save Lolita
by Larry Rumbough and Val Silidker
The fight continues to help save Lolita. Join the campaign!

Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight

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