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Articles from Mother Jones (May 1, 1994)

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Title Author Type Words
Be like Gandhi: I realize my efforts are much smaller. He liberated India. I let people in in traffic. Poundstone, Paula 1050
Changing colors: once a rising star in the white supremacist movement, Floyd Cochran now attacks racism with equal fervor. Is he for real? Hochschild, Adam Biography 2555
Company spies: the CIA has opened a global Pandora's box by spying on foreign competitors of American companies. Dreyfuss, Robert 4189
Crossing the line: are transsexuals at the forefront of a revolution - or just reinforcing old stereotypes about men and women? Levine, Richard M. 3872
Despite mounting evidence of environmental causes for the breast cancer explosion, our scientific and political establishments have avoided investigating them.... Castleman, Michael Cover Story 3602
Faulty rods: why are nuclear fuel rods failing? An engineer thinks a faulty manufacturing process he helped to design may be to blame. Craddock, Ashley Biography 3635
Getting to first base. Maharidge, Dale 1123
I or we. D'Antonio, Michael; Krasny, Michael Biography 3558
I'm alive and angry! Wittman, Juliet Cover Story 886
Mother Russia: in 1994, every hedonistic fantasy and natural resource is for sale. Burkard, Hans-Jurgen; Viviano, Frank 487
Oliver twisted: a day in the former life of a would-be senator. Kornbluh, Peter Column 499
Self-examinations. Klein, Jeffrey Editorial 868
The cancer business: the same companies that profit from breast cancer treatments also manufacture cancer-causing toxins. Paulsen, Monte Cover Story 967
What can women do? Cover Story 553

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