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Temps for the vast right-wing conspiracy Richard Mellon Scaife and other leaders in the effort to bring down President Clinton were driven by ideology. Meet Larry Nichols and Larry Case, who were in it for the money.
By Joe Conason and Gene Lyons [ 09:00 p.m. PST - 03/02/00 ]

Is the digital divide a black thing? As Jesse Jackson opens his Silicon Valley office, some black tech execs say the issue is class, not race.
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The new callousness California's Prop. 21 shows how politicians would rather put kids behind bars than rehabilitate them
By Arianna Huffington [03/02/00]

Return to go They made a good run, and it's been fun, but McCain and Bradley are doomed. The voters, in turn, are doomed to Bush and Gore in the fall.
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Smirk from the past In college, George W. Bush and his membership in Skull and Bones seemed to represent an Old World patronage on the brink of collapse. Or so I thought.
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