|by Ruth Conniff Conservative "think-tanks" are now claiming that feminists and the media have managed to persuade women that they are suffering the symptoms of strange diseases|
|by Jim Hightower Before we shell-out $70 billion on the new warplanes shouldn't we ask whether we can afford it and whether we even need it?|
|by Jim Hightower Remember those $1,200 toilet seats, $600 hammers and other rip-offs the Pentagon was buying from its pampered contractors in the 1980s? Well, don't look now, but ... they're baaaack|
|by Randolph T. Holhut While the social welfare programs created by FDR helped millions of people by stabilizing the excesses of the boom-and-bust business cycle, Clinton and the Democrats turn their backs on protection for the weakest or misfortunate|
|by Norman Solomon The front page of The New York Times trumpeted at the end of April the latest economic news with a cheery headline -- "Markets Surge as Labor Costs Stay in Check"|
|by Norman Solomon Far from media spotlights, the Mexican military -- wielding U.S. equipment -- is on the march to bolster the status quo|
|by Lucy Komisar For the first time in 70 years, the combined opposition parties could win the July election -- but reformers worry about the militarization of Mexico being carried out under the guise of fighting drug traffickers or guerrillas|
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