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Contents

Fox Guards the Coop
19
John S. McCain (American senator.); 1936-, Rupert Murdoch (Australian-American publishing, motion picture and television executive.), Lauren Belvin, Maureen O'Connell, United States Congress Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Fox Broadcasting Company, Television broadcasting industry (Acquisitions and mergers), Conflict of interests (Public office), Lobbyists and lobbying, Senators (Staff)
Humanitarian Hawks
29
Liberalism, Humanitarian intervention, Kosovo conflict, 1998-1999 (American participation)
Speaking Volumes
33
Johnsburg (N.Y.) (Libraries)
Razing Appalachia
36
Strip mining (West Virginia)
Deporting America's Gang Culture
44
Gangs (Latin America), Deportation, Illegal aliens (Crime)
Jerry Brown Gets Real
58
Jerry Brown (American governor.); 1938-, Oakland (Calif.) (Politics and government)
System Failure
62
Hormone disrupting chemicals
Low Power to the People
68
United States Federal Communications Commission, Low power radio (Laws and regulations)
The Hidden Life of SUVs
73
Sport utility vehicles (Marketing)
Cinematic Firepower
77
Weapons in motion pictures

High-caliber Carnaval
52
Military weapons (Export-import trade, Exhibitions), Defense industry (Brazil)
Salman Rushdie: Banned, on the Run
78
Salman Rushdie (British novelist.)

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