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Articles from The New American (April 4, 2005)

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Another portent of draft revival. 301
Asian Central bankers meet as dollar swoons. Brief Article 261
Attorney General thanks La Raza militants. Brief Article 339
Behind the environmental lobby: it may seem stranger than fiction, but it's a documentable fact: the eco-socialist movement is financed by the super-rich as part of a comprehensive agenda for global control. Grigg, William Norman Interview 2427
Behind the green curtain. 1386
British tourist discovers goodness of Americans. Mass, Warren Brief Article 236
Bush caves in to World Court on death penalty. Brief Article 156
Carnival cahoots. Williamsen, Kurt 361
China's textile tsunami & the WTO. Jasper, William F. 822
Court-ordered euthanasia: euthanasia advocates claim it is not a crime to kill as long as the victims cannot speak for themselves. Gilmore, Jodie 1852
Curing the Continental Army's IIIs: Declaration of Independence signer, noted physician, teacher, and political writer Benjamin Rush led the reform of many medical problems in the Continental Army. Gilmore, Jodie 2844
Energy's future: the world need never run out of energy. In fact, technology and private enterprise are poised to bring us an abundance of energy--if government will just get out of the way. Behreandt, Dennis Cover Story 4162
Environmental scientist attacks global warming hype. Brief Article 91
Facing our fears: after much research, bestselling author Michael Crichton concluded that global warming is a fraud. His persuasive conclusions form the basis of his new novel, State of Fear. Behreandt, Dennis Book Review 1679
He got what's coming. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 262
High school girl thwarts bicycle robbers. Mass, Warren 296
Law of the Sea. Cumber, Jim Letter to the Editor 489
Lebanon's "liberator"?. 327
No Oscar for The Passion. Wechter, David Letter to the Editor 235
Obstructionists at work. Hoar, William P. Brief Article 235
Once is enough. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 229
Russia organizes "Putin youth". Brief Article 284
Should U.S. recruit non-citizens? 324
Singapore displaces U.S. as world hi-tech leader. Brief Article 131
Students help teacher; community helps students. Mass, Warren Brief Article 339
Supreme arrogance: in one of its rulings, the Supreme Court has once again stepped beyond its legal bounds, ending capital punishment for people under 18 years old. Adding insult to injury, the court explicitly cited foreign sources in the main text of its decision. Eddlem, Thomas R. 1219
The Fed & Alan Greenspan. Hoar, William P. Correction Notice 744
Wrong house. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 137

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