The Sum of All Fears

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In a world gone crazy, one president wanted to reorganize 22 government agencies, 170,000 federal employees, and umpteen billion square feet of paperwork into one giant department designed to police, patrol, and protect the United States. Just one thing stood in his way: a logo.

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Illustrations by:
Christoph Niemann
Steve Brodner
Gene Greif
Anita Kuntz

January/February 2003 Issue

WE DON'T KNOW

What's going to happen next as the headlines grow crazier and more disconcerting by the day. But we do know the job of an independent, unrelenting press is more important than ever—and the ongoing commitment of MoJo readers to fight for a democracy where facts matter and all can participate is absolutely vital.

If you feel the urgency deep in your bones like we do, please consider signing up as a monthly donor during our fall pledge drive to support Mother Jones' fair and fearless reporting for the long haul (or make a one-time gift if that works better for you). The headlines may fade, but the need to investigate the powerful never will.