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2001 Stories by Nat Hentoff

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  • Who Made Bob Kerrey Do It?

    published May 22, 2001

    I would not call it a war crime. To describe it as an atrocity, I would say, is pretty close to being right, because that's how it felt. ... More >>

  • The Black Eagle Swoops Into Sudan

    published May 15, 2001

    When you call Joe Madison's number at the station that originates his widely popular syndicated radio show, the message says, "You've reached the... More >>

  • George W. Discovers Sudan

    published May 8, 2001

    In a speech to the American Jewish Committee last Thursday, May 3, George W. Bush made the first step in directly involving this country in... More >>

  • The Abolitionist Congresswoman

    published May 1, 2001

    Cynthia McKinney, born in 1955, grew up in Atlanta and remembers riding on her father's shoulders during the civil rights marches that abounded... More >>

  • The State Closes Our Eyes as It Kills

    published April 24, 2001

    Timothy McVeigh decided to end all his appeals after his conviction for the horrendous Oklahoma bombing. He has made plain he has no remorse... More >>

  • Ruffian Fake Radicals

    published April 17, 2001

    A flyer advertising a meeting of the International Socialist Organization at Hamilton Hall, Columbia University, on April 5, was headlined:... More >>

  • Can WBAI Be Saved?

    published April 10, 2001

    Before WBAI became part of Pacifica Radio network, it was located at the Hotel Pierre and the owner was Louis Schweitzer, a rather eccentric man... More >>

  • WBAI: Beijing Radio, New York

    published April 3, 2001

    The survival of WBAI is vital for the entire movement seeking more access to the airwaves. —Brooklyn... More >>

  • The Witness Who Was Not Called

    published March 27, 2001

    Hospitalized with the grave injuries he had suffered from Officer Justin Volpe, Abner Louima was asked if he could identify the two cops he said... More >>

  • The Wrong Man

    published March 20, 2001

    A book should be written on the many 60 Minutes stories through the years that have resulted in the release of innocent prisoners and... More >>

  • Supreme Court in Contempt

    published March 13, 2001

    Patricia Garrett, a registered nurse, was director of nursing for neonatology and women's health services at the University of Alabama Hospital in... More >>

  • Who Will Succeed Jesse Jackson?

    published March 6, 2001

    Clarence Page, a Washington-based syndicated columnist for the Chicago Tribune, often appears on television talk shows and follows no party... More >>

  • The Shrinking Jesse Jackson

    published February 27, 2001

    On January 23, at the Canaan Baptist Church, such luminaries as Carl McCall, Alan Hevesi, and Charles Rangel assured Jesse Jackson that he had... More >>

  • Gag Order on Future Reporters

    published February 20, 2001

    The constitutional guarantee of the liberty of the press gives immunity from previous restraints. —Near v.... More >>

  • Clinton's Deal: Justice Denied

    published February 13, 2001

    In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. —George Orwell Before... More >>

  • Gang Rape in Sudan

    published February 6, 2001

    We must help the world that wants to be free. —Secretary of State Colin Powell, Senate confirmation hearings,... More >>

  • The Execution of Black Children

    published January 30, 2001

    In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. —Martin Luther King... More >>

  • The Man Who Stood Up to Bobby Kennedy

    published January 23, 2001

    If there is one thing that sets much of this generation apart from earlier activist ones, it is the insistence on personal worth—the... More >>

  • The Deceiving of Black Students

    published January 16, 2001

    In a characteristically thought-provoking report in the November 28 Voice, Peter Noel told of the... More >>

  • Supreme Court Redeemed

    published January 9, 2001

    Having once granted the right to vote on equal terms, the State may not, by later arbitrary and disparate treatment, value one person's vote... More >>

  • Is the Supreme Court Disgraced?

    published January 2, 2001

    However misapplied, the court's strong affirmation of the right to vote must be embraced as a clarion call for an ambitious... More >>

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