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Articles from Mother Jones (November 1, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
A Necessary Evil: A History of American Distrust of Government. McQuiddy, Steve 218
Bank on it. Brookes, Julian 394
Blueprint, greenprint. Weed, Speed 169
Bring a drained battery back to life without opening your hood: the remarkable Auto Starter[R] eliminates the need for dangerous jumper cables and can provide independent power for a variety of uses. 385
Buffalo soldiers: the activists of the Buffalo Field Campaign are putting themselves on the line to try to stop the state-sponsored killing of the nation's last herd of wild bison. Vollers, Maryanne 3536
Clinical shame. Roy, Suzanne Letter to the editor 178
Conscientious defectors. Horner, Justin Letter to the editor 248
Culture quake: what happens to a generation immersed in the most violent, interactive entertainment ever created? Keegan, Paul Cover story 5163
David Byrne: not brought to you by ... Shreve, Jenn Interview 774
Dead wrong. Paulin, Alastair 193
Dr. Seuss Goes to War: The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel. Zeisler, Andrea Editorial 265
Egging Mother. 130
Endocrine dispute. Price, Courtney M. Letter to the editor 659
Gardens and greenbacks. Clark, Susan Letter to the editor 160
German (re)engineering. 202
Gimme Some Truth: The John Lennon FBI Files. King, Jonathan Foster 211
Greener greens. Weed, Speed 324
Harvest of Shame '99: as agencies clash, migrant workers in Washington continue to live in squalor. Simmons, Bob 700
High-risk monkey business: the exotic-animal trade is moving disease-carrying primates from labs and zoos into the hands of pet owners. The results, scientists warn, can be deadly. Green, Alan 3825
Hip-hop goes postal. Rosenblum, Andrew 608
Inspiration. Rosenblum, Andrew 130
Instrument. Mechanic, Michael 116
Jack Kerouac Reads On the Road. Dickinson, Tim 178
Just spray no. Herman, Marc 135
Legal blues. Hollander, Elizabeth 486
Martha Ojeda: fighting for workers' rights along the U.S.-Mexico border, a veteran labor activist is forging a new brand of solidarity. Bacon, David 454
Nationalism reconstructed identities. Barrios, Jennifer 215
Native justice. Serra, J. Tony Letter to the editor 210
NATO's new imperialism. Hayden, Tom; Naureckas, Jim; Gollings, David H.; Grunow, Babette Letter to the editor 1039
No Way to Pick a President. Weed, Speed 166
Pacifism rocks. Eisenbeis, Hans 452 an influential mental health nonprofit finds its "grassroots" watered by pharmaceutical millions. Silverstein, Ken 782
Regret to Inform. Hartigan, Rachel 176
Rux Revue. Ward, Jacob 192
Scout's honor: if it wants to exclude gays, the Boy Scouts may have to tell the straight truth about itself. Saletan, William 1652
Senator strangelove: new Mexico's Pete Domenici is doing everything he can to ensure the future of all things nuclear. Mesler, Bill 2702
Shock-No-Par. Dickinson, Tim 141
Small herds, big ideas: the family-run dairy farm isn't obsolete yet. In an era of corporate consolidation, a dozen Vermonters are hanging tough. Halpern, Sue 1624
Songs from My Funeral. Welchman, Geoffrey 113
Taxing problems. Rand, Robert; Cook, Paul W. Letter to the editor 421
The end of growth: "renounce and enjoy," Gandhi taught. Now, as we push the global limits of unrestrained growth and consumption, his message may finally hit home. McKibben, Bill 3405
The future of Luddites: hand-done using good old brush & ink. Seth Cartoon 192
The Last Cigarette. Dickinson, Tim 161
This photograph. Rosen, Ricki 117
Trade secrets: is the U.S.'s most advanced surveillance system feeding economic intelligence to American businesses? Kleiner, Kurt 648
Under the gun: Amid the world's conflicts, women carry on with life. Wilentz, Amy 1102

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