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  • "And for those readers of my hometown paper, the New York Times, nothing is more symbolic of what we - the world - actually did this weekend than the front-page think piece, 'A New Power in the Streets, A Message to Bush Not to Rush to War,' by Patrick Tyler that begins: 'The fracturing of the Western alliance over Iraq and the huge antiwar demonstrations around the world this weekend are reminders that there may still be two superpowers on the planet: the United States and world public opinion.' It's no small feat for such a piece about demonstrations to force itself into a space usually reserved for the heights of elite policy-wonkism."
    - 'Signage of the times', Tom Engelhardt, 17 Feb 2003.

    March 18, 2008