Fact of the Week
Fact of the Week
David Lange, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, has claimed
that shortly after his government banned nuclear weapons from New Zealand
territory in 1984, American vice president Dan Quayle threatened to have
Daily Telegraph, 27 March 2002.
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As Two Weak Men Act Tough, The Extremists Impose Their Will: Sharon and Arafat
have let extremists rule the day in Israel and Palestine (Peter Beaumont, The Observer).
Speaking for the Young at Eighty-One: Dalton Camp, who died this month, was
a staunch defender of the ideas of youth (Luke Eric Peterson, Rabble.ca).
Jews Rise Against Ashcroft War: Several mainstream Jewish organizations are
speaking out against American military tribunals (Nat Hentoff, Village Voice).
Player One, Game Over: Only one thing could let Bush think of nuclear weapons
as simply another strategic option (E. C. Fish, TheSpleen.com).
The Wimps of War: If the Democrats stand for anything in a time of rapidly
expanding war, it's not clear what it is (Frank Rich, New York Times).
The Coming Collapse Of American Retirement: While American bosses earn gargantuan
wages, most workers fear being poor in retirement (Nicholas von Hoffman, New York, Observer).
Walgreens Wants Teen to Change Site Name: Wallgreens.com is
trying to get cigarettes out of Walgreens stores. Quick! Get Legal! (Cass Cliatt, Daily Herald (Illinois)).
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