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Issue 23: May-June 2002
Justice for Palestine
Editorials, news and reports
How much can Bush get away with?
A step forward for the antiwar movement
Beating back Le Pen
Venezuela: Coup and Countercoup by Bridget Broderick, plus interview with James Petras
Greece: Social Democracy near collapse by Antonis Davanellos
U.S. escalates Colombia's dirty war by Tristan Adie
Jenin: Eyewitness report
The war against the Palestinians
Israeli policy and Washington's complicity
Rania Masri, Tayseer Arouri, Toufic Haddad, Ghassan Andoni, Huwaidi Arraf, Chris Toensing
Lies, damned lies, and Israeli propaganda
Anthony Arnove and Paul D'Amato
Students for justice in Palestine
Language, media manipulation, and the "war on terror"
Taking on the fascist menace in France
Sherry Wolf's eyewitness report, and interviews with Hassan Berber and Danielle Sallandre
Class and poverty in the maquila zone
A new colonial "age of empire"?
On the road with Karl Marx
Brian Jones tells of his experiences performing "Marx in Soho"
Zionism and Anti-Semitism
Special reprint: The class character of Israel
Moshe Machover and Akiva Orr
The real story of class in the U.S.; Roots of Bush's war; Voices in the antiwar movement; Cracking the lies of empire; Formation of the South Korean working class; Making Mexicans illegal; Still the Commander-in-Thief; Palestine--When "peace" means war