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    • July 19, 2004 Issue - 20 Articles
    • Editorial, p. 3
      Reagan's Legacy of Lies
    • Letters, pp. 4-5
    • The Gap Minds Itself, pp. 6-7
      The fashion giant releases a candid report detailing the industry's squalid working con...
    • Protesting Too Little?, pp. 8-9
      Brutal police tactics recently quieted activists, but this summer's party conventions s...
    • Oncoming Catastrophe, p. 10
      With the United Nations' continued inaction, the humanitarian crisis in Sudan may claim...
    • In Person, p. 11
      Al-Jazeera's Samir Khader discusses the war in Iraq, Arab democracy and the Pentagon's ...
    • Power Pop, p. 12
      Feeling good about the Gipper.
    • The Third Coast, p. 13
      (Woop-woop!) Hip-hop and the sound of the police.
    • Back Talk, p. 14
      How "The Swan" constructs us into ugly ducklings.
    • Viewpoint, p. 15
      How to torture family and influence people.
    • The First Stone, pp. 16-17
      Republican presidents: dead horses and asses.
    • The New and Improved Iraq, pp. 18-19
      The June 30 transfer of sovereignty is little more than a shell game.
    • Left Turn, pp. 20-21
      Polls show a growing progressive electorate---will John Kerry heed the call?
    • A Court of Cronies, pp. 22-23
      Who did Rumsfeld place on the appeals court for Guantanamo inmates? His friends and nei...
    • Books
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      Whose Homeland is This? (Review) , pp. 24-25
      Dale Maharidge ventures into America's heartland of darkness.
      1. Homeland by Dale Maharidge
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      The Wise Many (Review) , p. 26
      The Wisdom of Crowds, and the follies of the few.
      1. The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki
    • Theater
    • Rule of Lawlessness, p. 27
      The stories, and illegality, of Guantanamo prisoners.
    • Books
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      Reason's Heathens (Review) , pp. 28-31
      Ian Buruma and Avishai Margalit stare into the eyes of the enemy.
      1. Occidentalism by Ian Buruma and Avishai Margalit
    • Photography
    • Only Skin Deep, p. 32
      Exploring how race is shaped.
    • Cover