2003.10

October 2003

"Publication is a self-invasion of privacy."
-- Marshall McLuhan

Jordan first

Jordan first

A liberal reformist in the Middle East
Blind Trust
How much do we really know about Canada’s next prime minister?
Ich Bin Ein Indianer
Germany’s obsession with a past it never had
One Man’s Trash
Inspired by garbage.
McLuhan Reloaded
Dismissed in his day as a vaudeville entertainer, McLuhan may be a better prophet for this century than the last.
The Rebuilder
Moving holy houses from India to the Saguenays
The Body Politic
Schwarzenegger gets ready to rumble.
The Rain-Forest Crunch
Animal research in a hostile environment.
Reasonable Doubts
The International Criminal Court is already drawing heat. Is it a triumph, or a doomed proposition?
City of lost children
Tracking the disappearence of Moscow’s young homeless
War crimes and water polo
Tension rises to the surface in Croatia
Usuk envy
A little extra length goes a long way
The verbose revolution
England shies away from the new constitution
Why I write
Daddy issues, fast women, and free pastrami
Letters October 2003
Resisting The Veil
Reports from a Revolution
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