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December 1997 -- Volume 3, Number 12
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fast Track Down, but the Game Goes On
Japan Makes a 'Green Car'
Corporate Extortion in Cashmere
Instant Loans=Instant Ripoff
The Official American Test
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Question of Self-Governance
Fleshing Our Privatization
Spare Me Ralls' Satire
Just the Facts; Smith is from N.H.
RURAL ROUTES/Fred Stokes
The Changing Structure of Agriculture
Elections: You've Got to Pay to Play
Who's Been Workin' on the Railroad?
CALAMITY HOWLER/A.V. Krebs
Big, Bigger, Biggest
Appeasing Investors with Worker Anxiety
Giving Away the Store to the Supermarket
Monsanto Scolds European Union
Is the Left Nuts? Or is it Me?
E. coli Causes Food Safety Review
LABOR TALK/Harry Kelber
Chile on 'Fast Track'
WORK IN PROGRESS
WASHINGTON WATCH/Doug Ireland
Party of Losers
Computers Could Solve Fundraising Problems
THE SCOOP/Bob Harris
Behind IRS Reform: Shifting the Burden
What Iowa would Frank Miller Draw?
Power to the People
Brains R Us: Getting Right in the Mind
HEALTH CARE/Joan Retsinas
Why Do We Encourage Advertising?
PROGRESSIVE REVIEW/Sam Smith
Botching Probes is No Bar
Superior Wages Await
PRIMAL SCREED/James McCarty Yeager
Scenes of Visionary Enchantment
TALES FROM EAST TEXAS/Carol Countryman
Hookers and Handguns Nail Nixon
GLOBAL CITIZEN/Donella Meadows
The Greenhouse Problem
MEDIA BEAT/Norman Solomon
Press Flails as Lawmakers Make Mess
So Many Court Dates, So Little Time
THE AMERICAS/Patrisia Gonzales & Roberto Rodriguez
And Education for All
New Party Scores on Election Day;
Couch Wins Election Again;
USDA Poised with Organic Standards.
The People Speak Against Fast Track
IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST/Ralph Nader
Workers Win in Comp Vote
Games Without Shame
Grazing Bill Knocks Public Off Lands
Congress Chokes on Line-Item Veto
Saving Money Off Disabled Children
Dan Burton's Silly Season
NAFTA on the Border
I'm Not Drunk, Pa, It's Only 3.2 Beer
Ten Lessons from October's Markets
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