Our Picks for Links of the Week: 15 March 2001
Here, in no particular order, are our nominees for links of the week:
the Elections: an excellent analysis of how the Republican party used a philosophy it
supposedly despises to win the Presidential election.
Bulletin of the
Atomic Scientists: The U.S. government said it would never use commercial reactors
to produce weapon material. Guess what?
Angeles Times: in Gadsden County, Florida, the butterfly ballot would have been an
Votes and a Stolen Election: Paul Lukasiak and Maia Cowan analyze, county by county,
the disenfranchisement of Florida voters. (And, need we say, voters elsewhere?)
Triumph of (George) Will: When Media
Might Makes Right: When conservative commentators decry that a Democrat might have
sent Al Gore a videotape of George Bush's debate rehearsal, they won't remind you of what
actually happened in 1980.
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