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The Lineup: Week of May 2-8, 2011

May 2, 2011 ·

This week's OtherWords editorial package features two commentaries on possible GOP presidential contenders. Marc Morial weighs in on Donald Trump's "birther" obsession and Donald Kaul assesses Michele Bachmann's potential for a serious White House bid. Get all this and more in your inbox by subscribing to our weekly newsletter. If you haven't signed up yet, please do.

 

  1. No-Doctrine Obama / John Feffer
  2. Trump Employs Birther Issue as a Weapon of Mass Distraction / Marc Morial
  3. U.S. Silences on the Arab Spring are Deafening / Hannah Gurman
  4. Colombia Free Trade Deal Could Boost Cocaine Exports / Jess Hunter-Bowman
  5. Bachmann May Surprise Us Yet / Donald Kaul
  6. Are You Ready for a Brave New World of Food? / Jim Hightower
  7. America's Housing Paradox / William A. Collins
  8. Arab Spring Forecast / Khalil Bendib

Arab Spring Forecast

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