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Cover Story: Project Censored's Other Selections for 1999

By Gabriel Roth · April 20th, 2000 · Cover Story
11. America's largest nuclear test exposed thousands. Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair, Counterpunch, Terrain; Jeffrey St. Clair, In These Times

12. Evidence indicates no pre-war genocide in Kosovo and possible US/KLA plot to create disinformation. Mark Cook, Covert Action Quarterly; Progressive staff, Progressive Review; Pablo Ordaz, El Pais

13. U.S. agency seeks to export weapons-grade plutonium to Russian organization linked to organized crime. Jeffrey St. Clair, In These Times; Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn, Counterpunch

14. U.S. media ignores humanitarian aspects of famine in Korea. Ramsay Liem, Peace Review; Yuh Ji-Yeon, Peace Review

15. Early puberty onset for girls might be linked to chemicals in the environment and increases in breast cancer.

Marcia E. Herman-Giddens, Eric J. Slora, Richard Wasserman, Carlos Bourdony, Manju V. Bhapkar, Gary Koch, Cynthia Hasemeier, Environmental Health Monthly

16. Media distorts debate on affirmative action. Robert Entman, News Watch; Linda Jue, News Watch

17. World Bank's resettlement program displaces millions. Lori Pottinger, World Rivers Review

18. California convicts and punishes teen-agers as adults. A. Clay Thompson, San Francisco Bay Guardian

19. Bacterium in cow's milk might cause Crohn's disease. Lisa Chamberlain, Cleveland Free Times

20. IMF and World Bank contributed to economic tensions in the Balkans. Michael Chossudovsky, THIS

21. Vatican's UN status challenged. Laura Flanders, Ms.

22. U.S. and Germany trained and developed the KLA. Wayne Madsen, The Progressive; Michel Chossudovsky, Covert Action Quarterly

23. International conference sets world agenda for peace. Robin Lloyd, Toward Freedom

24. U.S. nuclear weapons controlled by unstable personnel. Ken Silverstein, Mother Jones

25. U.S. military trains soldiers to kill and eat tame animals. D'Arcy Kemnitz, The Animals' Agenda

GABRIEL ROTH is city editor of San Francisco Bay Guardian, where a version of this story first appeared.



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