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Summer '05 Articles:
Eminent Domain & Economic Justice
Antiwar Doldrums
The Final Chapter
'Ecoterrorism' & Dissent
The Muddlemarch: 1
The Muddlemarch: 2
The OnStar Threat
(music reviews)

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Bush Bloats His Anti-Terrorism Record / A Prescription for Drug Profiteering
by Jim Hightower
The Bush Administration once again bends the numbers; human risk for corporate profit.

Impeachment Fever and Media Politics
by Norman Soloman
If you think President Bush should be impeached, it's time to get serious. We're facing huge obstacles.

Over-Priced Musings:
by Don Pflaster
Literally Offshoring – SeaCode, Inc. has found a new means of hiring inexpensive foreign labor and evading stringent U.S. labor laws.

Incomplete News Undermines U.S. Values
by Peter Phillips
It appears that corporate media groups are unable and unwilling to fully address human right violations by our own government.

Promised Aid and Reality in Nairobi Slums
by Nikolaj Nielsen
Kibera is the largest slum in sub-Saharan Africa. Located on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya's capital city, close to a million people live here in absolute squalor and desperation.

The Violent Forces Behind Capitalist Globalization
by Cyril Mychalejko
Journey to Guatemala to see another example of how violent forces are employed to secure the expansion of capitalist globalization that is being forced on people through neoliberal reforms and free trade agreements.

Our Fightin' Gays: The Military's Policy on Gays is Costly and Dangerous
by Gene C. Gerard
A new report shows that the military's policy on gays has been very costly: an estimated $200 million. But the cost of discharging gays is not just in financial terms.

Book Reviews:
by M.Valentine, Pattrice Jones, David Payne, Robert Allan Williams
"The Impossible Will Take A Little While," "The Voltairine de Cleyre Reader," "The Death of Sardanapalus and Other Poems of the Iraq Wars," and "For Workers' Power."

Petting Zoo Blues: Barnyard Exhibits Bad for Both People and Animals
by Heather Moore
A recent E. coli outbreak put fear into parentsí hearts and prompted health officials to scrutinize animal exhibits more carefully; but, despite the turmoil, few people gave much thought to the welfare of animals used in petting zoos.

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