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April/May '04 Articles:
Building An Ecological Society
Editorial: IMPACT at 50
Notes from the Cultural Wasteland
Born to Die
The Muddlemarch: 1
The Muddlemarch: 2
USA: Home of the Hateful
(music reviews)

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April-May '04 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents

Battle The Monsanto Milk Beast / A Corporation That Breaks The Greed Mold
by Jim Hightower
The evil that is Monsanto and the surprisingly compassionate company that is Costco.

Spinning the Past, Threatening The Future
by Norman Soloman
Top Bush administration officials are going all out to airbrush yesterday's Iraq war deceptions on behalf of today's. And tomorrow's.

Round & Round We Go: Gearing Up For The Big Race
by Morris Sullivan
Barring miracle or catastrophe, the choice for most voters will be four more Bush years, or John Kerry. The war for the White House will be fought hard; here's a preview of the battle strategies.

Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight

Bolivia Despierta–Bolivia Awake
by Kari Lydersen
Today, things are relatively calm in Bolivia. But the stark divisions between rich and poor, the debilitating effects of globalization, corruption and internal divisions still exist, and citizens say they expect more upheaval or drastic political change in the near future.

The Little Mermaid: So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed
by Adam Finley
Rather than feign concern for the public, the tobacco industry would probably do much better if it took over the movie industry completely. Essentially, every actor in a film would be smoking non-stop.

Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight

Corporate Crimes Against Animals
by Pattrice Jones
With the daily crises that threaten ecosystems and animals, the esoteric details of accounting scandals and insider trading can both seem incomprehensible and beside the point. But most corporate crime is not abstract and much of it has a direct impact on animals and their habitats.

Old Presidents And New Theocrats
by Gary Sloan
Whether the immediate provocation be placement of the Ten Commandments in courthouses or school prayer, the new theocrats seek to undermine the Establishment clause of the First Amendment.

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