|by Ray Greek, M.D. Animal tests don't protect humans from harmful medications, and may actually hinder the discovery and distribution of good medications|
|by Joab Jackson What agenda does an elite, Emeryville, California-based think tank have for the future, and what's their connection with this popular magazine?|
|by Jim Hightower The good folks in Butte, Montana, hope to promote pollution as a tourist attraction|
|by Jim Hightower Yeah, they're dictators -- so what?|
|by Russell Sadler Portland and other cities must now decide: How far can the city reach into the farmland countryside?|
|by Randolph T. Holhut Even conservative pundits are tiring of the fundamental tenet of the GOP -- that the federal government is evil|
|by Norman Solomon Reprint of 1996 column finds few changes in adultory coverage of controversial movement|
|by Alexander Cockburn If Greenpeace thinks the only way to save itself is to shut down its sole links to real people -- the canvass and the regional offices -- then it might as well shut down altogether.|
|by Alexander Cockburn In the nest few months, the Sierra Club, which advertises itself as the nation's most progressive and high-minded environmental group, may very well commit itself to public advocacy of severe restrictions on immigration|
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