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American Empires: Power and Its Discontents

American Empires: A Guernica special issue.

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The Rise and Fall of Public Housing in NYC

By Richard Price in Features

American Empires: A subjective overview.

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Hippocratic Bloat

Grace Bello interviews Shannon Brownlee and Dr. Vikas Saini in Interviews

American Empires: A journalist and a cardiologist discuss healthcare gone haywire and how Americans are medicating themselves to death.

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From Baghdad to the Bakken

By Laura Gottesdiener in Features

American Empires: Home from the oil wars abroad, US service members and military contractors are flocking to North Dakota’s emerging boom towns.

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Divine Acquisition

Meara Sharma interviews Anthony Pinn in Interviews

American Empires: The scholar of African-American religion on black megachurches and the marketability of the American Dream.

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The Chicken Competition

By Christopher Leonard in Features

American Empires: How poultry companies concentrate wealth and pit farmers against each other in a secretive tournament pay system.

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Pull Back to Reveal

Henry Peck interviews Ben Wizner in Interviews

American Empires: The privacy advocate and legal advisor to Edward Snowden on today’s surveillance empire.

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How Small It Actually Is

Alex Zafiris interviews Ben Davis  in Art

American Empires: The art critic and activist discusses the power structures of the art empire, the drive to present artists as heroes, and the idea that art practice is middle-class labor.

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For What Purpose?

By Karen E. Bender in Fiction

American Empires: I wanted to stop something, everything. I applied for a job in airport security and they placed me here.

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Wounding Radius

By Constance Squires in Fiction

American Empires: PFC Larry Pierson, a 21-year-old Afghanistan veteran from Vermilion, South Dakota, had made off with four M-16 A2s, six thirty-round magazines of ammo, and two M67 grenades.

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A Brief History of the Whale Fishery

By Rachel Richardson in Poetry

American Empires: the body: / such thin skin / and gold beneath—

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Nachtmusik

By Danniel Schoonebeek in Poetry

American Empires: If they sing will she barb them my love in her eating dress

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Hippocratic Bloat

Grace Bello interviews Shannon Brownlee and Dr. Vikas Saini

Divine Acquisition

Meara Sharma interviews Anthony Pinn

Pull Back to Reveal

Henry Peck interviews Ben Wizner
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INTERVIEWS

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Pull Back to Reveal

Henry Peck interviews Ben Wizner

American Empires: The privacy advocate and legal advisor to Edward Snowden on today’s surveillance empire.

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A Brief History of the Whale Fishery

By Rachel Richardson

Nachtmusik

By Danniel Schoonebeek

Adelle Steals the Key To

By Kristina Marie Darling
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POETRY

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A Brief History of the Whale Fishery

By Rachel Richardson

American Empires: the body: / such thin skin / and gold beneath—

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For What Purpose?

By Karen E. Bender

Wounding Radius

By Constance Squires

Mercy

By Melissa R. Sipin
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FICTION

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For What Purpose?

By Karen E. Bender

American Empires: I wanted to stop something, everything. I applied for a job in airport security and they placed me here.

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How Small It Actually Is

Alex Zafiris interviews Ben Davis

Birds in Flight

By Kathleen Massara

Outlaw’s Territory

By Rebecca Bengal
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ART

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How Small It Actually Is

Alex Zafiris interviews Ben Davis

American Empires: The art critic and activist discusses the power structures of the art empire.

MORE ART

FROM THE GUERNICA DAILY

Tom Engelhardt: Failure Is Success

October 2014

How American intelligence works in the 21st century.

Richard Falk: Living Together on Planet Earth

October 2014

Four logics that define the statist world order.

Empire by the Numbers

September 2014

American Empires: Guernica's staff collects some facts and figures on who has the power (and the money) in America today.

Ed Winstead: Empire of Sighs

September 2014

American Empires: The talking heads are giving us bad information. So why are we still listening?

Jessica Machado: Falling Behind the Kardashians

September 2014

American Empires: In defense of Rob Kardashian, and turning your back on the family business.

Nick Turse: Pirates of the Gulf of Guinea

September 2014

In the face of rising maritime insecurity, AFRICOM claims success and Obama embraces a strongman.

Naveena Sadasivam: For Oil and Gas Companies, Rigging Seems to Involve Wages, Too

September 2014

Department of Labor investigations have uncovered cases in which oil and gas workers are being cheated of earnings.

Rick Lowe: Heart of the City

September 2014

Nicole Audrey Spector interviews the artist, community advocate, and MacArthur "genius" grant winner about the power and limits of art in troubled communities.

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