The Fake Issue

Adbusters #72, JUNE/JULY 2007

The Fake Issue

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THE DEATH MASK OF WAR

Chris Hedges dissects the intoxicating power of modern warfare.

TAMING THE WATCHDOGS OF MEDIA CONCENTRATION

How the bosses of the Canadian, American and Australian media have put us all in jeopardy, by Sean Condon.

NEOCON II: LIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE

Matt Taibi on why we shouldn't count the neocons out just yet.

IN SEARCH OF FLOWERS

What one night at the school dance can mean, by Ryan Ziegler.

JAZZ & JIHAD: THE DISCOURSE OF SOLIDARITY

Gilad Atzmon on music and holy struggle.

Plus opinion and analysis from Eric Klinenberg, Zdravka Evtimova, Dick Meyer, Spring Ulmer, Kathleen Christison, Patrick Harper, Bruce Holland Rogers, Eric Rumble, Clayton Dach, Carmen King, Michael Hey...

Images by Brian Ulrich, Ari Marcopoulos, Jerry Spagnoli, Nina Berman, Ed Kashi, Zoe Jet Ellis, Jean-Pierre Khazem, Tim Barber, William Greiner, Roger Ballen, Alec Soth, Sally Peterson, Annet Van Der Voort, Randall Cosco, Laura Russell, Barry Hollywood, Savannah Rose Locklin, Wendy Ewald...

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We're in the Endgame Now

That pretty well sums up the way most of us in the affluent West feel about global warming: we're ready to make small sacrifices, change our light bulbs, our cars and even our leaders, but our culture – the American way of life – is not negotiable.

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Taming the Watchdogs of Media Concentration

Although the Iraq and Afghanistan wars have shown that media conglomerates limit the diversity of views, subvert democracy and stymie journalistic integrity, media regulators continue to let them expand. As each of these three countries enters another round of media convergence, their federal media watchdogs appear to be looking the other way.

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I Want To Bring The Nike Corporation To Its Knees

For a decade now, Jim Keady has been trying to kick Nike's ass using their shoes as ammo. The former professional soccer player's crusade began when he was canned from a coaching gig for refusing to wear Nike's products – a stand he took after learning what was happening in overseas sweatshops while researching his masters thesis.

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Neocon II: Lie Hard With A Vengeance

Despite the walloping defeat of the Republicans in the 2006 midterm elections, the clowns are once again spilling out of the Volkswagen. Lately the neocons seem to be all over the public airwaves, and not as the targets of purgative public flogging or tarring ceremonies, but as the subjects of serious interviews, with respected journalists treating them like real human beings with real opinions.
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Showing 15 articles from the print edition of Adbusters Magazine