July/August 1997

July/August 1997EA$Y MONEY


  • With exploding profits, the gambling industry is investing in politics.


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DEPARTMENTS

OUTFRONT

Hart Ache; Update: Winners and Sinners of the MoJo 400; Paper Cuts; Slip-Sliming Away; MoJo's August Hellraiser!; Card Trick; Nicole Hollander

HOME/PLANET


Greening your closet.

WELLBEING


A case for hormone therapy.

OUTSPOKEN
 

Legal scholar Randall Kennedy.

HOT!MEDIA

Resources for advanced hellraising.

PAULA POUNDSTONE

See Span Bore
PLUS: Letters to Paula

FEATURES

Margaret Atwood

Canada's premier novelist doesn't let anyone off the hook.


Unsanitary Behavior

The dirt on hospital disinfectants.
PLUS: The Red Cross connection.


All Bets Are Off

Citizens groups have won some key battles in the gambling wars.


Heavy Betting

A Mother Jones special investivgation.
A state-by-state look at where the gambling moguls are placing their biggest bets.


World Wide Wagering

The global village becomes the global casino.
PLUS: One final bet.


A Probe Not Taken

Investing throught a government agency pays off for the politically connected.


SPECIAL SECTION: THE WORKIN' LIFE


"I Like My Job"

 


That's The Spirit

There's a new corporate enthusiasm to nurture "soul." Is it for real?


Brave New Work

Eight experts on where our jobs are headed.


20 Better Places to Work


Got to Give to Get

After the downsizing wave, managers must work harder to regain worker trust.