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by David Latimer
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2001 at 10:18 PM
Now online.Dedicated to non-sectarian political-cultural theory, analysis, reporting, and entertainment.
The Thresher, Issue 1 - Table of Contents
Richard Preston Gives Us the Horrors: An eye-opening interview with the author of bioterror novels The Hot Zone and Cobra Event.
America's Biggest Security Threat: Is America prepared for a bio-epidemic? Michael Osterholm & John Schwartz say "No."
8 Point Platform For Change: Michael Schwartz and John Osterholm.
Hacking Environmental Awareness: The Viridian Design Movement thinks global warming is bad art. By Jon Lebkowski
Renewables Are Ready: Is windpower the answer to America's energy crisis? R.U. Sirius interviews Peter Asmus & Randy Tinkerman
Energy & Empire: Phil Leggiere reviews Resource Wars
Voice of the Beehive: Futurists converge around visionary architect, Paolo Soleri. By Eric Davis
Attitude Adjustment: Can Washington come to grips with a drug war weary public? By Paul Armentano
Making Media War on MDMA: Why has the media targeted "Ecstacy" while essentially ignoring the hard stuff? Steve Robles explains.
From A Drug War Zone: Excerpt from a speech by Priya Karim Haji.
The Drug War & The Prison Boom: Mikki Norris, Chris Conrad & Virginia Resner
The XTC Concpiracy: By Amy Ralston (Pofahl)
Change is Afoot: Thresher interviews drug reform mainman Ethan Nadelman.
The FDA Trip: Rick Doblin Interviewed by R.U. Sirius.
DMT: Spirit Molecule: An excerpt from the book by Rick Strassman, MD.
America's War on You: An excerpt from the book, Snitch Culture by Jim Redden
Mercenaries Again: Who's hiring professional armies? By Hank Hyena
Presidential Hair: Smartass artist Jonathan Herder does some famous hair. (Illustrations)
Hannibal Lecter VS George W. Bush: By Robert Anton Wilson.
Join the GOP, End the Drug War: Political identity crisis. By Jack Woehr
Running Wild, Running Free, Running Naked, Running Green: If Nader can do it, so can I. By DNA
Huey Newton as Philosopher Gunman: By Stew Albert
Hey P. Newton In His Own Words: Excerpt from a speech at Boston College circa 1970.
Political Cross Dressing: By Duncan Frissell
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