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    • April 12, 2004 Issue - 20 Articles
    • Editorial, p. 3
      Campaign of Shame
    • Letters, pp. 4-5
    • Watergate Redux, pp. 6-7
      Calls mount for investigation of Republican staffers' piracy of Democratic files.
    • Chavez Escapes Recall, p. 8
      But the Venezuelan opposition continues to escalate its tactics.
    • Smear Campaign, p. 8
      Fear and suspicion in El Salvador's presidential election.
    • Appall-O-Meter, p. 9
    • China's Nuclear Ties, p. 10
      White House downplays reports that country gave weapons plans to Pakistan.
    • In Person, p. 11
      Greg Palast takes advantage of the First Amendment "problem."
    • Back Talk, p. 12
      Bush's harem---it's a bad thing.
    • The Third Coast, p. 13
      The Congressional Black Caucus and the international wrong.
    • The First Stone, pp. 14-15
      Duck and cover: The sludge is hitting the fan.
    • Haiti's Democracy in Flames, pp. 16-19
      Powell's dirty-dealing demolishes the tattered remnants of his credibility.
    • The Truth About Leonard, pp. 20-21
      Court cases raise questions about the radical AIM activist's guilt.
    • All Against One, pp. 22-23
      The annual AFL-CIO meeting finds labor united against Bush.
    • Essay
    • Doing Women Wrong?, pp. 24-25
      Does dressing in drag eliminate gender differences or ridicule them?
    • Books
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      Mind the Gap (Review) , p. 26
      David Cay Johnson shows how the rich's tax-cheats are Perfectly Legal.
      1. Perfectly Legal by David Cay Johnston
    • Music
    • Shades of Grey, p. 27
      "The Powerpuff Girls" meet old-time country ballads, and it's beautiful.
    • Television
    • The Untold Tales, pp. 28-31
      PBS's "The New Americans" proves the power of public airwaves.
    • False Advertising, p. 32
      Blowing smoke at the Utopia of Cleveland
    • Cover