Issue 8 - Winter 2004

America Defeated in Iraq
by Jerry Harris

Moving From Protest to Politics: Dumping Bush’s Regime in 2004
by Carl Davidson and Marilyn Kat

Mel Gibson’s Passion of Blood and Guilt
Review of The Passion of the Christ, directed by Mel Gibson

by Jerry Harris

Political Division in the White House
b y Jerry Harris

Dreams of Global Hegemony and the Technology of War
by Jerry Harris

Terrorism and the Present Danger: A Perspective for the American Left
by Carl Davidson

Inequalities in the Information Society: Problems and Solutions
by Abdul Alkalimat, University of Toledo

The Hegemonist Challenge to Globalism
by Jerry Harris

China: Bursting with Brainpower
by Michael Kanellos

Human Rights Record of the United States in 2001
by Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China

The Economics of Software and the Importance of Human Capital
by Richard R. Nelson and Paul M. Romer, Challenge

Indentured in America
by Walter F. Roche Jr., Sun Staff; and Willoughby Mariano, Orlando Sentinel

Market Extremists Amok and How Best to Dethrone Them
by Kevin Phillips

In South Korea, it's the mouse that roars: New breed of politician taps the country's love affair with high tech
by Geoffrey York

Stephen Jay Gould— What Does it Mean to Be a Radical?
by Richard C. Lewontin and Richard Levins

America's Rush to Suburbia
by Kenneth T. Jackson

Taking Instead of Buying: Towards an Economics of Free Software
by Stefan Merten

IT Unions?
by James Mathewson

Temps: A New Labor Movement
by Spencer E. Ante

Book Review: Manuel Castells’ Trilogy The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture.
Reviewed by Steve Fuller

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