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The Triumph Of Form Over Content has launched a newsletter that features essays and analysis of the political and philosophical issues behind current events. The newsletters examine political and philosophical issues from a frank appraisal of the media, technologies, and systems that interact to produce some of the more troublesome contradictions in our culture.

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Most Recent Newsletters

These are the first three parts in a new series on Iraq.

  1. Lies, Half-Lies, and Truth about Iraq, February 25, 2003
  2. Shocked and Awed: US Government Flouts International Law, March 04, 2003
  3. The Game: Setting up the Board, March 19, 2003
Newsletter Archive
  1. Trade Agreements & Democracy, May 5, 2001
  2. The Mechanisms of Trade Agreements: The GATT & The WTO, May 12, 2001
  3. The Mechanisms of Trade Agreements: NAFTA & the FTAA, May 19, 2001
  4. Liberty & Corporate "Personhood," May 26, 2001
  5. Towards a New Feudalism?, June 11, 2001
  6. Towards a New Framework for International Trade, June 25, 2001
  7. The True Face of Terrorism, September 16, 2001
  8. The Real Root Cause of Terrorism, November 15, 2001
  9. The War on Terror, Act II (First of Two Parts), April 12, 2002
  10. Special Newsletter: Requiem for International Justice, April 24, 2002
  11. Selling September 11, September 11, 2002
  12. Lies, Half-Lies, and Truth about Iraq, February 25, 2003
  13. Shocked and Awed: US Government Flouts International Law, March 04, 2003
  14. The Game: Setting up the Board, March 19, 2003

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