The Progressive Magazine: November 2011
Volume 75, Number 11
In This Issue
Comment Class Warfare, Anyone?
On the Line
Terry Tempest Williams enjoys watching her religion on stage.
Michael Feldman comes up with a quick solution to our budgetary woes.
Anne-Marie Cusac | In Ohio, thanks to John Kasich, state parks now welcome oil and gas companies.
Elizabeth DiNovella | The Republican State Leadership Committee has played a key role in the party's recent successes.
Dennis Bernstein | Norman Solomon is setting aside his distinguished career as a writer and activist to become a Democratic candidate for Congress in California.
David Barsamian | "We're always trying to find ways that we can disturb power," says the co-founder of Code Pink.
Poem Eliot Khalil Wilson
Kate Clinton finds a reason to laugh.
Dave Zirin explains why tennis pros need a union.
Books Ruth Conniff reviews Class Warfare: Inside the Fight to
Fix America's Schools, by Steven Brill.
Jim Hightower dispels some Perry tales.
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Peace Bites the Dust in Crawford
Stephen C. Webster | Watching Cindy Sheehan and a dwindling protest at the Bush Library.
Wendell Berry | The cheapening of life is surely the dominant theme of our time.
Matthew Rothschild | How local law enforcement and Homeland Security help Wall Street.