Articles and Essays by Mark Engler

Archive for 2002

‘Tis the Season For Corporate Welfare

Post-Election Holiday Handouts Abound.

Globalization’s Dirty Work

How governments subsidize "free" trade.

Bush’s Nobel Rebukes

Jimmy Carter's Peace Prize was only the latest in a series of scoldings for the current President.

Stopping the “Full Control” Agenda

The Republicans' plan for control of the Senate makes business lobbyists giddy — but it should make you outraged.

Guatemala: Between Justice and Terror

Resurgent death squads hamper genocide trials.

Building Labor Internationalism

From the realignments at the top of the AFL-CIO hierarchy to the immigrant-driven campaigns at the base of the movement, commitment to internationalist struggle provides a key measure of U.S. Labor's efforts at renewal.

From the Quarantine Against Greed (Japanese)

Prepared by ATTAC-Japan.

Public Costs, Private Gains: Enron in Guatemala

From the Quarantine Against Greed

A report from outside the 2002 annual meetings of the IMF/World Bank in Washington, D.C.

The Sideshow Rebels

A review of Sideshow, USA by Rachel Adams and Jay's Journal of Anomalies by Ricky Jay.