Our Picks for Links of the Week: 15 April 2001
Here, in no particular order, are our nominees for links of the week:
Relief from the "Pre-Death Tax": Politicians wanting to help middle-income Americans should look at something much worse than the estate tax (Robert Kuttner, Boston Globe).
What separates American terrorist Timothy McVeigh from thousands of other gun-worshipping zealots? (Gary Kamiya, Salon.com).
Centre for Media Alternatives of Quebec 2001: Independent Media Center's unofficial clearinghouse for news about the Quebec summit.
A World without Microsoft:
If you own a PC, you could have your own software factory. The consumers could own the means of
production. There's also a doomsday scenario. (Heather Sharp, Red Pepper).
Muddled in the Middle: The American heartland, which mostly voted for Bush, relies on the largesse of "big government" (Paul Krugman, New York Times).
Check it out:
Guess what Katherine Harris and Sander Sauls are doing in June? (Pam Parker, Online Journal)
Cozy Deal sets up Big Casino Payout:
How a former aide to Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson could collect a huge fee from a secret deal Thompson
signed last year (Cary Spivak and Dan Bice, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).
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