|by Eric Margolis Not since World War I had troops been so intensively exposed to a lethal soup of environmentally toxic elements -- which the US and England supplied to Iraq|
|by Jim Hightower Clinton's Asian money deals would make an unbelievable movie|
|by David Bacon Workfare creates no new jobs, and forces welfare recipients into a job market already glutted with the unemployed, and offers no guarantee of an eventual permanent job paying a livable wage|
|by Andrew Reding The unfolding hostage drama in Peru is only one symptom of a disorder now spreading through large portions of Latin America; from Mexico to Colombia to Peru, insurgencies are gaining strength. Behind this instability is a widening gap between rich and poor -- particularly between Native Americans|
|by Norman Solomon Although British reporters have tied the CIA to cocaine smuggling via the contras, the U.S. press remains curiously mum|
|by Ted Rall "White male executives from the suburbs have developed a completely separate language system from other Americans, " says expert|
|by Alexander Cockburn Politics, celebrity, fortune both good and bad has its cycles|
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