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Articles from The New American (April 18, 2005)

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Campaign finance reform conspiracy. 484
Exemplary citizens. Mass, Warren Brief Article 299
Exporting American jobs & industry: CAFTA, a forerunner of an "EU of the Americas," trades away American jobs in the name of rewarding Latin American "democracies.". Grigg, William Norman 3355
Fallacies about the Schiavo case: the case for starving and dehydrating Terri Schiavo to death was built on hypocrisy and deception. Eddlem, Thomas R. 1105
Feminist politics at work. 491
Fiery "lover of country": a man of explosive temperament, South Carolina's Christopher Gadsden willingly endured solitary confinement rather than forsake the cause of American independence. Eddlem, Thomas R. Biography 3807
Former farmhand. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 183
Government's attack on the dollar: the government is weakening the value of the dollar through deficit spending, thereby passing on a huge hidden tax to American citizens. McManus, John F. Cover Story 3326
Lackluster advice. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 245
Loose knots. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 224
Meaning of "conservative". Avard, Richard F. Letter to the Editor 226
More on the SPLC. Brief Article 248
Nanothechnology. Kwitek, Benjamin Letter to the Editor 171
No Gun? Use a spear. 440
Oklahoma City--a decade later. Jasper, William F. 835
Petro-Marxism in Venezuela. Brief Article 122
Planting an idea. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 230
Plastic surgeon helps poor. Mass, Warren 338
Post editor flatters China. Hoar, William P. Interview 736
Repackaging the IRS: behind its new customer-friendly facade, the IRS remains riddled with corruption and committed to prosecuting its "war" against taxpayers. Grigg, William Norman 2344
Service before self. Mass, Warren 362
Setback for energy foes. Hoar, William P. Correction Notice 445
Slow-motion justice. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 115
Social Security. Collorafi, Peter S. Letter to the Editor 284
The evolution of money: the rules of money state that for money to have worth, it must be relatively scarce, which explains why today's dollar is so unstable. McManus, John F. Cover Story 649
Time to go for the WTO. Brief Article 284

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