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Stories by Katrina vanden Heuvel
Katrina vanden Heuvel is editor of The Nation.
Why is Burger King Spying on Student Labor Organizers?
Posted on: May 15, 2008, Source: The Nation
The fast-food company tries to hide its anti-labor practices.
Ending Slavery for Pennies
Posted on: Apr 20, 2008, Source: TheNation.com
The slave-like conditions in the agriculture industry would shock most Americans.
Hillary's Ireland Story: Is It Experience or Just Proximity?
Posted on: Mar 29, 2008, Source: The Nation
Jill Deal believes what Hillary Clinton is doing "also demeans women like me who have built their experience ..on what they have done on their own."
The Key to Winning Ohio
Posted on: Feb 14, 2008, Source: The Nation
Economic populism is the ticket.
Bush's Mammoth Defense Budget is Another Bridge to Nowhere
Posted on: Feb 6, 2008, Source: The Nation
One built on the backs of ordinary Americans.
Dental Decay: The Hidden Health Crisis
Posted on: Jan 24, 2008, Source: TheNation.com
The current state of dental care in the United States is horrifying.
After New Hampshire: Voters, Not the Media, Will Crown Their Nominees
Posted on: Jan 9, 2008, Source: TheNation.com
For now, the race is wide open, and that's a good thing.
How the Democratic Frontrunners Compare on Health Care
Posted on: Dec 3, 2007, Source: TheNation.com
Can Clinton, Edwards or Obama actually fix our health care system?
Flying Our Not So Friendly Skies
Posted on: Nov 22, 2007, Source: The Nation
Katrina vanden Heuvel: An outdated air traffic control system and flight routes from the 1950's are just the tip of the iceberg.
Fighting Poverty in CT
Posted on: Nov 21, 2007, Source: The Nation
Connecticut is a key state in an emerging anti-poverty movement.
Surprise: Democratic Presidential Candidates Have Far to Go to Meet Voters' Desires on the Environment
Posted on: May 20, 2007, Source: The Nation
To catch up to where the voters are on energy policy, presidential candidates still have a big gap to close.
Edwards Unveils an Energy Plan with Substance
Posted on: Mar 26, 2007, Source: The Nation
Forget flash, Edwards seems to be about substance. He just unveiled a bold energy plan that addresses some of the great challenges of our time.
Top 10 Solutions for a More Perfect Union
Posted on: Jan 26, 2007, Source: The Nation
There are ten good bills awaiting passage in Congress that could make a real difference.
In Russia, a Courageous Voice Is Silenced
Posted on: Oct 11, 2006, Source: TheNation.com
Anna Politkavskaya's murder may mark the beginning of the end for the free press under Putin.
The GOP Corruption Machine
Posted on: Jan 5, 2006, Source: TheNation.com
The corruption doesn't just stem from Abramoff and cronies, but from virtually every level of the Republican-dominated Congress.
Spying and Lying
Posted on: Dec 20, 2005, Source: The Nation
Every week brings new evidence of White House attempts to delegitimize the press's role as a watchdog of government abuse.
The House of Labor and the Future
Posted on: Jul 25, 2005, Source: TheNation.com
More principle and less testosterone in the AFL-CIO debates might have halted the storm that's split the labor movement in half.
Recruiters Reach New Lows
Posted on: Jun 22, 2005, Source: The Nation
While the alarming list of recruiting abuses has received some needed media attention, it's worth reviewing the extremes to which the military has gone to fill its ranks.
PlayStations for Peace
Posted on: Apr 5, 2005, Source: The Nation
Progressives tend the think of video games as warped bloodfests, but some are reimagining them as tools for teaching empathy and cultural literacy.
Halliburton Destroys Babylon
Posted on: Mar 25, 2005, Source: The Nation
The U.S.-led destruction on the ancient city is one of the most 'reckless acts of cultural vandalism.'
The Republican Dictionary
Posted on: Feb 11, 2005, Source: The Nation
While Republicans are busy remaking the nation, they're also remaking the English language.
Annals of Outrage
Posted on: Jan 18, 2005, Source: The Nation
The Bush administration's ten most outrageous scandals – an orgy of fraud, mismanagement and corruption.
A Woman of Firsts
Posted on: Oct 12, 2004, Source: The Nation
In awarding the Peace Prize to Waangari Maathai, the Nobel Committee signaled its recognition that peace is not possible without environmental sustainability.
The Devil in Zell
Posted on: Sep 1, 2004, Source: The Nation
Democratic Sen. Zell Miller's speech at the Republican convention is the final stage of his bizarre political transformation.
Tom DeLay's Amoral Code
Posted on: Jun 28, 2004, Source: The Nation
House Majority Leader Tom DeLay is hands-down one of the most corrupt politicians in the United States.
Diplomats and Soldiers v. Bush
Posted on: Jun 17, 2004, Source: The Nation
Former diplomats and retired military commanders accuse George W. Bush of endangering the nation and call for his defeat in November.
America's Downsized Politics
Posted on: Apr 3, 2004, Source: The Nation
Too many politicians--and their campaigns--lack the courage to debate, let alone adopt, big ideas in this country.
Endangering U.S. Security
Posted on: Apr 17, 2002, Source: The Nation
Bush's foreign policy is gravely endangering any prospect of a meaningful partnership with Russia -- and U.S. national security.
Building the Left to Win
Posted on: Jul 16, 2001, Source: The Nation
If progressives are to oppose Bush's right-wing agenda and take on America's powerful conservative forces, the left needs a new strategy. Here it is.
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