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Our Picks for Links of the Week: 13 May 2001
The Oklahoma Conspiracy: Timothy McVeigh claims to have
acted alone. but new evidence reveals he was part of an
undergound network of white supremacists (Andrew Gumbel, The Independent).
Algeria: Big Deal in the Desert?: Algeria might have tried to build a nuclear bomb
in the 1980s, or it might be trying to build one now (David Albright and Corey
Hinderstein, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists).
Is GE Mightier than the Hudson?: For 25 years, General Electric has
dodged its responsibility for cleaning up the upper Hudson River, the biggest
toxic site on the Superfund list of the Environmental Protection
Agency (Richard Pollak, The Nation).
Do Windmills Eat Birds? Foxes Advocate Hen Welfare:
Ever since wind power emerged as a viable alternative to fossil-fuel power,
some very unlikely bird lovers have emerged (David Case, TomPaine.com)
Behind the Organic-Industrial Complex: How multinationals are industrializing
organic food (Michael Pollan, New York Times Magazine).
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