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If you write for TV or film in Hollywood, your check might never be in the mail
A Political obituary: Jim Gilchrist, 2005–2007
Inside the Boulder High School sleep-in
Our new system of global production
Meet Andrés Martinez, the L.A. Times new opinion meister
Sleeping with the enemy . . . then scolding her
The leftist case for patriotism
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John Kerry and John Edwards are more conventional candidates than Howard Dean and Wesley Clark — and they may be stronger, too
Meat industry has resisted cleaning up its act for decades
LAPD wants to ban ski masks from demonstrators’ wardrobes
The 2000 national convention had everything except the next president
Nine Democrats in search of a message
When war goes well, what else can a peace candidate do but hit up his L.A. fans for money?
Christopher Hitchens and Doug Ireland duke it out on the war
The neocon-xenophobe war
Politics may be a drag, but kids today are turning Green instead of tuning out
Paul Wellstone, 1944–2002
Can the Exorcist save us from genetically modified foods, or is it another freak in disguise?
Hollywood fights back on runaway production
Some un-American thoughts from Brazil on global Justice
Walter Russell Mead makes a case for U.S. foreign-policy effectiveness
A new war gives new urgency to the globalization debate
Pro-industry Frontiers of Freedom challenges Rainforest Action Network’s tax-exempt status
The attack on protesters and the press in Genoa
Silencing debate on biotech foods
The record industry sued Napster and has just inhaled MP3.com. Is there a future for music on the Internet? Analog Pussy thought so... Then they got a scary e-mail...
Students fight for tenure for beloved UCLA professor
The beautiful chaos of Kill Radio
The Green-Republican front against DiF
The Weekly’s recommendations in the November general election
Training at the Ruckus Society’s Democracy Action Camp
The GOP goes gooey
Pearl Jam’s book of changes
What the Nader Candidacy means for Gore, the Greens, the left, and the nation
Cops push politics to the sidelines at DNC
U’wa’s next stop — Democratic Convention
Downs and ups of a protest
Labor dreams of Gore busting free of Clinton
The McCain firestorm, the Bush bust and the new Democratic divide
How Bill Bradley Learned to be a Principled Liberal, but not how to Campaign, and how Al Gore Learned to be a Terrific Campaigner, while Trashing his Party's Historic Principles.
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