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Feb./Mar. '04 Articles:
Collateral Damage
Editorial: Dissent Under Siege
Notes from the Cultural Wasteland
The Muddlemarch: 1
The Muddlemarch: 2
3rd Parties
Blood on Your Back
A Kid by Any Other Name ...
(music reviews)

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February-March '04 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents

A Little Help From Halliburton's Friends / A Luxurious Holiday
by Jim Hightower
Perks for the VP's pals and holiday shopping sales skyrocket–but only some of us could afford the goods.

Announcing The P.U.-Litzer Prizes for 2003
by Norman Soloman
Winners of 2003's stinkiest media performances of the year include Tom Brokaw, Katie Couric and the entire Fox News Channel.

Overpriced Musings: It's Not The Economy Stupid!
by Don Pflaster
It looks as though the Democratic candidates may have banked a great deal of their campaign messages on an issue that may not exist come November.

Animal Rights and the New Enlightenment
by Dr. Steven Best
The next logical step in human moral evolution is to embrace animal rights and accept its profound implications.

Tasting Freedom: Solitary Confinement and the Angola 3
by Kari Lydersen
After three decades of solitary confinement in the infamous Angola prison in Louisiana, political prisoners and Black Panthers Albert Woodfox and Herman Wallace are still fighting for their rights.

Project Learning Tree or Project Lying Tree
by John Borowski
Project Learning Tree is an educational entrée cooked up by big timber. But before this is served to students, the recipe should be exposed to the fullest of light.

Dean and Kucinich: Embracing Ambivalence
by Paul Loeb
"I'd vote for any of the Democratic candidates over Bush, especially since it seems we'll mercifully be spared the choice of Lieberman."

The Seaweed Rebellion: The Marine Grassroots Movement to Protect Coastal and Ocean Ecosystems
by David Helvarg
Grassroots activism to protect the oceans, seas and coasts is rising faster than giant kelp, finding its hold fast in a public where 54 percent of its members live near a marine coastline.

Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight

In 2003, It Was "All Iraq, All the Time"
by Jim Lobe
How many people have to die before TV news decides it's a story?

Make A Difference: Compassion For Animals Action Symposium
Get details on an upcoming vegetarianism/animal rights conference being held in Orlando, FL, in early April.

Diary Entry of a Caucus Virgin
by Mary McInnis
Inside the enthralling, life-changing experience that was the 2004 Iowa caucus.

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