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The Progressive POPULIST

A Twice-Monthly Journal from the Heartland
February 15, 2000 -- Volume 6, Number 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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COVER/David Bacon
Can workers beat globalization?

EDITORIAL
The populist quiz

JIM HIGHTOWER
Sneak attack on Seventh Amendment;
Hunger report bites Bush on butt;
Bush's blue-blood instincts;
Who pays for AOL/Time Warner merger?;
FARM fights hog factories;
Fungus that ate Florida.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

RURAL ROUTES/Margot McMillen
Vegetarians, revisited

CONVERSATIONS/Jim Van Der Pol
Farm dog gets a promotion

COMMENT/Art Cullen
What's wrong with Iowa?

REPORT/A.V. Krebs
AFBF: Bewitched, bothered and bewildered

CALAMITY HOWLER/A.V. Krebs
Cargill charged with defrauding California

SOLUTIONS/American News Svc.
Old-time cattle herders get sensitivity training

CORPORATE FOCUS/Russell Mokhiber & Robert Weissman
Prof won't assist domination of nature

FEATURE/David Moberg
Out of the Ashes of Citizen Action

FEATURE/Dennis Fox
Ben & Jerry's melting corporate responsibility

FEATURE/Dean Meyerson
Challenges of a Green presidential campaign

RANDOLPH HOLHUT
Jesus C and George W on campaign trail

JOHN BUELL
An inventory of our social health

MARK WEISBROT
Uncritical view of Greenspan's record could be a costly mistake

GRANNY D/Doris Haddock
Fairness compels us

GRASSROOTS/Hank Kalet
The drug war on TV

GLOBAL CITIZEN/Donella H. Meadows
Campaign reform clears hog manure

JOHN NICHOLS
GOP hopefuls a rather sorry lot

PUBLIC INTEREST/Ralph Nader
Bi-partisan exclusion

JESSE JACKSON
Celebrating King on Wall Street

TED RALL
Permatemps: The American economic miracle and the slaves who drive it

MADE IN THE USA/Joel Joseph
Chrysler emigrates to Canada and Mexico

STEVEN HILL & BOB RICHIE
American women have a long way to go

MEDIA BEAT/Norman Solomon
AOL-Time Warner call faithful to their knees

DISPATCHES
Reform Party in disarray

AMERICAS/Gonzales & Rodriguez
Elian's fate becomes bad political theater

ALEXANDER COCKBURN
Who won the war on crime?

HEALTH CARE/Joan Retsinas
AIDS drugs for Africa

WAYNE O'LEARY
Budget funny business in Washington

OUCH!/Public Campaign
Bush follows the money

HAL CROWTHER
A millennial manifesto

CHARLES LEVENDOSKY
Court saves wolf recovery program

MARJORIE KELLY
Six trends toward sustainable economy

MOLLY IVINS
What do you do when the money leaves?
People are getting SLAPPed too much;
Mr. Malaprop, call campaign headquarters

WILL DURST
Whither the Reform Party

PLAIN TALK/Dave Zweifel
Family farms still not getting fair shake


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