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Articles from The New American (July 24, 2006)

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Administration resents "swift" kick: after the press reported that a secret operation following the money trails to terrorists was including financial dealings of innocent citizens, the neo-conservatives lashed back. Mass, Warren 599
Alert and ready. Williamsen, Kurt Brief article 122
Before 9/11: it's now five years since the 9/11 attacks and serious questions remain unanswered. Among these is whether or not the U.S. government had prior warning of the attacks. Behreandt, Dennis 1774
Car wash washout. Williamsen, Kurt Brief article 222
CIA disbands unit that has tracked bin Laden. Brief article 107
Costs of war--and bad intelligence. 472
Deep-sixing Senate inquiry into Iraq Intel failure. 248
Emerging police state: imprisonment without trial and the torture of prisoners are hallmarks of an oppressive police state, yet George Bush and his administration openly promote these practices. Eddlem, Thomas R. 2170
Falling into al-Qaeda's trap. Brief article 315
From the editor. Benoit, Gary Editorial 615
Hamdan case: a victory for individual rights. 363
Immigration & integration. Bentley, Christopher S. 839
Increasing unemployment with minimum effort. Hoar, William P. 933
NSA and CIA domestic spying programs presaged in proposed TIA. Brief article 251
People problem. Williamsen, Kurt Brief article 147
Players, plans, and betrayals: as WWII proceeded, Soviet and British intelligence operatives and American private interests sought to infiltrate and influence American operations. Jasper, William F. 2338
Protecting someone else's property. Williamsen, Kurt Brief article 230
Spy nation: does the vast, immensely expensive, and largely unaccountable centralized intelligence system created by the Bush administration really make us safer? Grigg, William Norman Cover story 3264
The NSA and domestic spying: the Bush administration's warrantless surveillance has become a concern for both sides of the political spectrum, but it's still being defended. Mass, Warren National organization overview 1161
TV's 24: entertaining--as fiction: weekly "lifeboat" decisions of super-agent Jack Bauer protect the lives of fictional millions, but without addressing the real moral consequences of situational ethics. Nelson, John 1335
War at home. Williamsen, Kurt Brief article 289
War crimes panel member comments on CIA use of Nazi informants after WWII. McManus, John F. Brief article 88
What government can do to you: our government has steadily, and increasingly openly, treated Americans as dispensable assets--to be used or discarded at will. Kirkwood, R. Cort Viewpoint essay 1936
White House, GOP, Dems Court La Raza Radicals. 365
Whom are we arresting? McManus, John F. Brief article 86

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