July/August 1994 issue

COVER STORY:

THE GOP'S POLITICS OF DESTRUCTION

THE PREY
by Mike Weiss
Clinton appointee Bill Gould is a case study in the Republicans' take-no-prisoners tactics.

Think of China--without the press clips--and you'll have a sense of the change that is rumbling in India today. --"THE ROAD TAKEN"

GIVE 'EM HECTOR
by Mike Hudson
A colorful Texas lawyer leads a group of angry homeowners against a symbol of 1980s greed.

ROBBIN' THE HOOD
by Mike Hudson
Wall Street corporations are fleecing poor neighborhoods--and lobbying Washington for help.

MY HOMETOWN A guided tour of Roanoke's poverty strip.

THE HALL OF SHAME Which companies profit from the poor.

 

SPECIAL REPORT: A FAREWELL TO FISH?

THE CRY OF THE OCEAN
by Peter Steinhart

THE BATTLE FOR THE DEEP
by Hal Bernton
Clinton's friend, Don Tyson, wants America's richest fishery.
PLUS: Clean Fishing
AND: What should you eat?

BLUES IN THE KEY OF SEA
by Brad Matsen
Even codfish get the blues.

THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY
by Deborah Cramer
How New England fishermen lost their catch.
PLUS: Save Our Fish!

FISHING IN THE NET
Our Internet fisherman trawls the depths for related information.

THE ROAD TAKEN
by Steve Coll
A vivid picture of a changing India emerges along an ancient road.

 

COVER STORY:

THE GOP'S POLITICS OF DESTRUCTION

THE PREY
by Mike Weiss
Clinton appointee Bill Gould is a case study in the Republicans' take-no-prisoners tactics.

THE HUNTERS
by Robert Parry.
The GOP is out for blood.

FIGHTING SMART
by Eric Alterman
In the struggle to control what the nation talks about, the right is thinking big.

NET.REPUBLICANS The on-line adventures of Bob Dole and friends.

 

DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR'S NOTE The captains of the right angrily pace the deck.
BACKTALK Debates over communitarianism, breast cancer--and a very official response from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
OUTFRONT
Donna Shalala's passion
Fighting polygamy
Dioxin's hold on the press
Roaches on the run
Cowboys and Indians
Greenpeace woos the insurance biz
MoJo makes waves in Japan
How to help Nelson Mandela
MoJo predicts Italian division
Our own public Idaho
PAULA POUNDSTONE The view from Little Rock.
PLUS: letters to Paula