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Workers Feel the Pain of Bain

Four hardy souls from rural Illinois joined tens of thousands of people undeterred by threats of Hurricane Isaac during this week’s Republican National Convention.

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A Brief History of Contempt Between Germany and Greece

Greece has been the main target of German denigration, at great cost.

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Ryan and the P90X Republicans

Something odd is happening in Mitt Romney’s Republican Party. The GOP is marketing the concept that a great many Americans need to suffer before they can prosper. The government needs the equivalent of a P90X regimen—and never mind checking first whether it will actually be good for the country.

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A Contagion of Killing in Afghanistan

New Zealand is now expediting the departure of its 140 soldiers from Afghanistan. That’s not exactly headline-making news here in the U.S. But it may be that the flight of those Kiwis should be thought of as a small omen, because once the November election is over, the U.S. could turn out to be the New Zealand of superpowers as it slips ignominiously out of Afghanistan.

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Syria: The Kurdish Wild Card

Armed Kurds could be a powerful force in the Syrian uprising, but their participation is anything but simple.

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How Romney Keeps Lying Through His Big White Teeth

The Republican Party has developed three means of bypassing the mainstream media and its fact-checkers.

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The Quebec Student Protest Movement and the Power of the Radical Imagination

To understand the shared concerns of youthful protesters worldwide and the global nature of the forces they are fighting, it is crucial to situate diverse student protests within a broader analysis of global capital and the changing nature of its assaults on young people.

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The Great Medicare Switcheroo

In the hall-of-mirrors parallel universe where the Republican National Convention is taking place, the GOP stands tall and proud as the party of Medicare.

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George W. Bush as Hurricane Isaac

There is nothing Republicans would rather the American people forget more than George W. Bush, who doesn’t even have a bit-part at the GOP convention opening in Tampa. But W’s ghost may be there, anyway.

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GOP Ghosts in Tampa

In 1964, George Romney, then the governor of Michigan, walked out of the Republican National Convention during Barry Goldwater’s acceptance speech. He was protesting his party’s sharp turn rightward and its weak platform plank on civil rights.

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