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Graphic, September, 09 2000
Pond-mcpherson's ZSpace page
economics, advertising, youth, sales,corporation,
Commentary, September, 09 2000
Landau's ZSpace page
Picture Homer Simpson's boss, naked, a scrawny figure bent with age, covering his genitals with his general's hat. The caption: "You've stripped me, but don't take my hat!" Augusto Pinochet, former President, Generalissimo, King of the world, now ...
Commentary, September, 08 2000
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If one bothered to notice, we would see that most reports about "violence" are really stories about "violent males." That is not to say that females aren't violent. It is just that the male predominance is overwhelming. Yet we speak of these event...
Commentary, September, 07 2000
Weisbrot's ZSpace page
The World Bank spends millions of dollars each year on public relations, promoting the idea that the organization is well-run, accountable, transparent, and working for "a world free of poverty" (the slogan on their web site). This effort has grow...
Commentary, September, 06 2000
Schechter's ZSpace page
Don't say independent media analysts can't get on the air. On Wednesday might, hours before Joe Lieberman would speak to the Democratic Convention, Seth Ackerman was invited to have his say. Seth, who works with Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting ...
Commentary, September, 05 2000
Russell's ZSpace page
On Monday, the first day of the Democratic Convention, I was sitting in my wheelchair in the shade at Pershing Square, waiting for my compadres to join me for the ÒPeople Before ProfitsÓ march when a fellow activist recognized me and came over to ...
Commentary, September, 04 2000
Mokhiber's ZSpace page
About six years ago, a friend gave us a toaster. It was a present. The friend bought the toaster from Williams-Sonoma, the San Francisco-based kitchen store, with outlets in upscale malls throughout the United States.
Commentary, September, 03 2000
Naiman's ZSpace page
In Burma - "Myanmar" to its military regime - Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of the democracy movement, sits in her car, blocked by the military dictatorship from meeting her supporters.
Commentary, September, 02 2000
Dowd's ZSpace page
History is replete with corrupt and decadent societies, including (but not beginning with) that of 1st Century Rome, where decadent/corrupt Nero fiddled as corrupt/decadent Rome burned. Iniquity -- and inequality -- in ancient and medieval societ...
Zmag Article, September, 01 2000
Albert's ZSpace page
The New York Times business pages have lately featured reports of a music industry crisis. Many leftists dont read these pages, but this is big news for everyone, perhaps especially for the left. Napster Napster is a computer p...