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    • March 15, 2004 Issue - 18 Articles
    • Editorial, p. 3
      Pride Before the Fall
    • Letters, pp. 4-5
    • Endorsements Up for Grabs, pp. 6-7
      AFSCME drops Dean and looks to back frontrunner Kerry.
    • Unocal Off the Hook?, p. 8
      Myanmar villagers lose first round in court battle for restitution.
    • Coke's Killers, p. 8
      Soft-drink giant to review union deaths in Columbia.
    • Appall-o-Meter, p. 9
    • Viewpoint, pp. 10-11
      Praxis needs practice: The Chicago Social Forum.
    • Back Talk, p. 12
      Janet Jackson's breat: menace to society.
    • The Third Coast, p. 13
      The right's homegrown terrorists.
    • Features
    • Faulty Intelligence, pp. 14-15
      The independent intelligence committee is neither intelligent nor independent.
    • Dixie Tricks, pp. 16-17
      Bush sidesteps Senate to seat extremist Mississippi judge.
    • Judicial Disappointments, pp. 18-20
      Civil rights' last line of defense lurches rightward.
    • The Bush Budget, p. 21
      Same as it ever was: more military spending, more tax cuts, more deficits.
    • Jobs Not Well Done, pp. 22-23
      The economy's sorry state leaves an opening for Democrats.
    • Books
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      Every Breath You Take (2 Reviews) , pp. 24-25
      Living in Ashcroft's post-9/11 America
      1. Enemy Aliens by David Cole
      2. The Soft Cage by Christian Parenti
    • [+]
      Sins of the Fathers (Review) , p. 26
      Kevin Phillip's American Dynasty and the fortunate son's family.
      1. American Dynasty by Kevin Phillips
    • Music
    • From Jay to Z, pp. 27-31
      Will Jay-Z's retirement bring hip-hop away from the bling and back to its radical roots.
    • Architecture
    • Backpage, p. 32
      South Africa and the art of law.