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Herman: Hitchens Degraded
May 08, 1999
It would be hard to imagine better evidence of the sorry state of supposedly left opinion in this country than Christopher Hitchens' "Belgrade Degraded" in the May 17 issue of The Nation.
Hightower: Radio Nuggets
May 04, 1999
Bill Clinton did not inhale. We're clear on that, right? But, recently, he did swallow.
Herman: The U.S. Versus the Rules of War
Apr 25, 1999
It is clear that the U.S./NATO military strategy in Yugoslavia is to use capital intensive warfare to ravage Serbian military forces and civil society until either the Serbs surrender or are so completely crushed that there is a "permissive environment" i
Herman: Oligarchic Control of Mutual Organizations
Apr 06, 1999
Many years ago I participated in a Wharton School study of the savings and loan industry, my assignment being to analyse their control and conflict of interest problems.
Hightower: Selected Shorts
Mar 31, 1999
Travel again [space music] into the Far, Far, Far-Out Frontiers of Free Enterprise. Today, Spaceship Hightower takes you to that far-out cosmic cusp where public purpose and private profiteering overlap.
Hahnel: The Great Global Asset Swindle
Mar 23, 1999
Is it any surprise that the least noticed effect of the global economic crisis among Western economists is that Western multinational corporations and banks are busy buying up the most attractive economic assets the third world has to offer at bargain bas
Hightower: Time Warner Lobbyiest Costs You Money
Mar 14, 1999
When Bill Clinton watched this year's Super Bowl on TV at the presidential retreat at Camp David, one of those kicking back with him was Washington superlobbyist Mike Berman.
Herman: How the NYT Solved the New Guatemala Problem
Mar 05, 1999
The recent massive report of the UN-sponsored Historical Clarification Commission of Guatemala gives a brutally frank account, with details, of the Guatemalan army's mass killings of the indigenous Mayan Indians on a scale that bordered on genocide, and t