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appraisal of technologies of political

20 August 1999: Link to follow-up STOA reports on "Development of Surveillance Technology and Risk of Abuse of Economic Information (an appraisal of technologies of political control)," April and May, 1999

20 October 1998: Link to September 1998 update (101K)

6 February 1998:
Link to Bibliography (85K);

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appraisal of technologies of political

20 August 1999: Link to follow-up STOA reports on "Development of Surveillance Technology and Risk of Abuse of Economic Information (an appraisal of technologies of political control)," April and May, 1999

20 October 1998: Link to September 1998 update (101K)

6 February 1998:
Link to Bibliography (85K);

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The Politics of Treason

By William Rivers Pitt
t r u t h o u t | Friday, 31 May, 2002

It would be funny if it were not so terribly sad.

Politics became entwined in our national conversation regarding the September 11th attacks before the fires in Manhattan were extinguished, when Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson chose to blame the attacks on gays, feminists and the ACLU.

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The Politics of Treason

By William Rivers Pitt
t r u t h o u t | Friday, 31 May, 2002

It would be funny if it were not so terribly sad.

Politics became entwined in our national conversation regarding the September 11th attacks before the fires in Manhattan were extinguished, when Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson chose to blame the attacks on gays, feminists and the ACLU.

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6 Days of War

by Daniel Pipes
New York Post
June 4, 2002

The most overwhelming victory in the annals of warfare took place in June 35 years ago, when Israeli forces defeated the Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian armies in a mere six days. And this June is marked by the publication of "Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East" (Oxford University Press) by Michael Oren, the finest book ever on this topic.

Oren, an Israeli scholar of American origins, tells his story in a spare, direct and gripping way, replete with punchy quotations.

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Judge: "Ashcroft's Policies Idiotic" Crumpling the Constitution

by Walt Brasch

May 31, 2002

With one word, a federal judge has described not only John Ashcroft's handling of the Department of Justice, but also the Bush administration's policy of citing national security as the reason why it's trying to hide the Constitution from Americans.

U.S. District Judge Robert G.

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If You Wanted Clinton Impeached, Take a Look at Bush

BY LORIN NELSON       I have to wonder at the astounding silence from those who frothed and rattled ceaselessly for the impeachment of Bill Clinton. Isn't it inconsistent and blatantly dishonest not to be calling for an investigation of the sitting administration? 
    Let's see, the charges against William Jefferson Clinton were perjury, obstruction of justice, and abuse of power.
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Exposing Corporate & Government Abuse - Protecting the Public Trust

The Whistleblower #26 May 21, 2002

Let's take a moment to remember the departed
  Across corporate America, big business bosses are getting the boot (or are "being resigned") for having been involved in fraud and other deception.
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Bush's Fatal Half Hour

By Jay Weidner
c. 2002 Jay Weidner
May 20, 2002

So now it is out. George Bush Jr. knew at least a week ahead of September 11th, 2001 that Muslim men were going to hijack planes inside the borders of the United States. He was warned, in clear, concise language, that Arab men were training in American Flight schools and planning to hijack large airliners.
 
Bush now says that he did everything that man can do in such a circumstance.
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