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    • May 10, 2004 Issue - 31 Articles
    • Editorial, p. 3
      The Women Have It
    • Letters, pp. 4-5
    • Jobless Recovery, pp. 6-7
      By outsourcing labor, U.S. planners of Iraqi "democracy" do not include unions.
    • Fund Fight, p. 8
      Republicans attack Democratic 527's fundraising efforts.
    • And Justice for All?, p. 9
      U.S. Department of Justice attempts to weaken las protecting international human rights.
    • Rove Sweet Rove, pp. 10-11
      Ignored by "Bush's Brain," activists take the fight to his home.
    • In Sheep's Clothing, p. 12
      Bennetton is color blind, so long as it's not the green of its profits.
    • Task at hand, p. 13
      Will Cheney's secret energy meetings see the light?
    • Appall-O-Meter, p. 13
    • In Person, p. 14
      Michelle Montas talks about living on an island of men.
    • Viewpoint, p. 15
      Bush: Liar or stupid? A sober consideration.
    • Capitol Report, p. 16
      David Brooks' true colors: Red, Blue and moronic.
    • The Third Coast, p. 17
      The 9/11 Commission plays the blame game.
    • The First Stone, pp. 18-19
      Condeliesza Rice; and Justice Thomas likes his naps.
    • Downsizing the CEO, p. 20
      Labor and shareholders unite to roll back executive power.
    • Incredible Credibility, p. 21
      The only think more shocking than Richard Clarke's book is the fact he wrote it.
    • Into the Fire, pp. 22-23
      Freedom in Iraq sound suspiciously like gunshots.
    • Crucial Coalition, pp. 24-25
      The Bush administration's attacks on women's lives.
    • Notes to a Young Feminist, pp. 26-27
      Theory is OK, but keep in mind when it was all about the love.
    • Confronting the Mommy Myth, pp. 28-29
      Of the industrialized nations, America provides its mothers the least.
    • $577 a Month, p. 30
      What the United States thinks orphaned teenagers should receive.
    • Coalition to Community, p. 31
      Progressives must organize across differences to create a common movement.
    • Feminism's Future, pp. 32-33
      Why young women of color don't welcome feminism with open arms.
    • Transfeminism, pp. 34-35
      Let Her Rip: Scary at first, when handled with precision, transfeminism can do some dam...
    • Essay
    • Who's Afraid of Theory?, pp. 36-37
      How Butler, Spivak and others provide us with a radical imagination.
    • Books
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      A Woman of Mystery (Review) , p. 38
      Sara Paretsky: a pioneer of the female private eye.
      1. Blacklist by Sara Paretsky
    • Activism
    • Pink Bloque Party, p. 39
      Protesters get the word out and kick the grooves.
    • Television
    • Doc of Hazzard, p. 40
      Documentary captures the hurt and the healing of a broken family.
    • Books
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      Making peace (Review) , pp. 41-47
      Maxine Hong Kingston's The Fifth Book of Peace is a masterpiece.
      1. The Fifth Book of Peace by Maxine Hong Kingston
    • Ask Emma, p. 48
      An advice column you can actually use.
    • Cover