Russell Cobb is a leading artist illustrator based in the U.K.
Jacking the Hudson River: Welchs Last StandBy Russell Cobb
As the new Christine Todd Whitman-controlled E.P.A. struggles to establish its environmentalist credentials, the nations richest corporation, General Electric, is waging an all-out war over the E.P.A.s proposal to hold GE fiscally responsible for dredging a 40-mile segment of the Hudson River contaminated by PCBs.
Zapping the Fox, or Out-Foxing the Zaps? A Report From MexicoBy Russell Cobb
Porfirio Díaz, one of Mexicos only indigenous presidents and general of the rebel army that ran Napoleon IIIs French colonial forces out of Mexico City on Cinco de Mayo, 1862, had a sayingsomewhat cliché by nowPoor Mexico, so far from God, so close to the United States.