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Cover Story

Power struggle

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | For years, Americans were in the dark about the true costs of environmental regulation. With rising gasoline prices and rolling blackouts that have left…

In this issue: "Power struggle," May 26, 2001

Features

Liberal intolerance

By Edward E. Plowman

National | An Episcopal bishop tries to oust a priest who calls for a return to biblical orthodoxy

Labour's day

International | Liberal Prime Minister Tony Blair enjoys a massive lead on the eve of parliamentary elections

Make loaves, not war

By Mindy Belz

International | The White House is reviewing policy toward North Korea, a country with a massive military and a starving population

Party pariahs

National | Pro-life Democrats go national in their fight to protect the littlest "little guys" of all

Reputations count

By Lynn Vincent

National | Damage control for a tire company; quality control for the Labor Department's summer jobs; and finding the right financial planner

Big beef with big Mac

By Chris Stamper

National | Hindus charge McDonald's deceived them into temptation; FDA may make it cheaper to fight allergies; and is foot-and-mouth disease finally under control in…

Daze of diversity

By Lynn Vincent

National | Some California parents say school assemblies have become forums for liberal indoctrination

... and punishing it

By Gene Edward Veith

National | Edison schools in New York and San Francisco face the wrath of teachers unions and liberal activists

Finding success ...

National | Privately run Edison schools have thrived where other public schools have failed

A bill at any cost

By Tim Graham

National | Does the White House care more about pleasing Democrats than about achieving education reform with results?

Wasted dollars, wasted lives

National | Trenton McIntosh felt like a dummy. Though by all accounts a bright and hard-working child, the Tulsa, Okla., third-grader found himself with failing grades…

Dispatches

The Buzz

By The Editors

PRO-LIFERS PRESERVE BAN ON TAXPAYER MONEY FOR ABORTIONS OVERSEAS Holding the line The floor of the House of Representatives is usually a pretty empty place,

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

QuickTakes

By The Editors

CLINTON LEGACY WATCH: Bill Clinton left behind a legacy of suffering, says Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly, but "it has nothing to do with his moral…

Faces

By The Editors

Marathon runner Rob Sigmon, 29, took literally the Apostle Paul's exhortation to run the race: He left his job as a radio sales executive to organize the…

Quotables

Not too bad. 14-year-old Nathaniel Brazill, to his lawyers after a West Palm Beach jury found him guilty of second-degree murder. He escaped a first-degree…

Reviews

Video Rentals

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 videos in popularity as measured by rental receipts for the week ended May 6

Voices

Geese and ganders

By Joel Belz

If it was wrong when Clinton did it, it's wrong for "our guys," too

Linguistic contortions

By Timothy Lamer

Liberals say "abortion provider" but not "anesthetics provider"

Memorial days

By Marvin Olasky

"Let the bones you have crushed rejoice"

Mailbag

For dif'rent folks I appreciate WORLD more with every issue, and the May/June special issue was very meaty and timely. Susan Olasky's "Dif'rent strokes"

Love and chocolate

By Andrée Seu

A widow's thoughts after two years

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