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Jolly Old Elephant
Chris Hedges on Invisible Revolutions and the Collapse of Ruling Institutions
Arson Fires Destroying Detroit’s Famed Heidelberg Project
Top Authors Lend Their Names to Anti-Surveillance Campaign
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By Robert Scheer, Christopher Scheer and Lakshmi Chaudhry
Flickr/John Edwards 2008
This is the story of how Jackson Browne’s 30-year-old song “Running on Empty” became the unlikely catalyst for the singer’s lawsuit against Sen. John McCain—and what Yoko Ono has to do with McCain’s response.
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