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|This article is part of the SourceWatch coverage of MoveOn.|
The following external articles point to news stories and other information about MoveOn from 1998 through 2006.
- A 1998 copy of resignation.com, Arianna Huffington's now-defunct website calling for Clinton's resignation, can be found on the Internet Archive at: http://web.archive.org/web/19981212020730/http://resignation.com
- Maryann Thompson, "Grassroots Group Wants to Save Clinton Via the Web," CNN Interactive, September 26, 1998.
- Janelle Brown, "Online Petitions Duel: Resign or Move On?" Salon.com, September 26, 1998.
- Janelle Brown, MoveOn moves offline, Salon, October 29, 1998.
- Katie Hafner, "Screen Grab: Mobilizing on Line for Gun Control," New York Times, May 20, 1999, p. G5.
- Joan Loawy, "Cyberspace Spans New National Political Powers," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 19, 1999, p. A1.
- David Ferris, "Berkeley Politics Gets New High-tech Forum," West County Times (California), January 10, 2000, p. A29.
- "DCCC Has Twice As Much Cash As NRCC," The Bulletin's Frontrunner, January 31, 2000.
- "The Berkeley Party" (web site), visited July 3, 2004.
- Scott Harris, MoveOn.org Is Doing Just That, The Standard, March 14, 2001" "The site once devoted to anti-impeachment efforts is transforming itself again, this time by joining nonprofit site Generation Net's ticket."
- "Berkeley General Plan ActionForum" (web page), August 5, 2001, copy retrieved from the Internet Archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20010805092119/http://www.actionforum.com/berkeley/index.html
- "Justice, not Terror" (web page from MoveOn.org), September 20, 2001, copy retrieved from the Internet Archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20010920072503/www.moveon.org/justice/
- Eli Pariser, "Take Action: War on Iraq?" (MoveOn action alert), June 17, 2002. This alert urges MoveOn members to send letters to the editor opposing the war and includes sample form letters.
- "MoveOn to the Op-ed Pages," The Daily Pundit, June 25, 2002, criticizes Pariser's use of form letters to generate letters to newspaper editors.
- Evelyn Nieves, "Anti-War Site Gives Funding Boost to Hill Democrats," Washington Post, October 18, 2002, p. A14.
- Ben Pershing, "Fighting the War on the Homefront," Roll Call, October 28, 2002.
- Michelle Goldberg, "Wellstone Was Right," Salon.com, November 2, 2002.
- Hilary E. MacGregor, "Speaking Against War," Los Angeles Times, December 10, 2002, part 5, p. 3.
- Scott Duke Harris, "Anti-war movement marshals forces online," San Jose Mercury News, February 3, 2003.
- Hilary E. MacGregor, "Building a Buzz for Peace," Los Angeles Times, February 4, 2003, p. E1.
- Charles Burress, "Making Their Move," San Francisco Chronicle, February 9, 2003, p. A23.
- Don Hazen, Moving On: A New Kind of Peace Activism, Alternet, February 11, 2003.
- "Activists Hold ‘Virtual March’ on Washington," CNN, February 28, 2003.
- David Von Drehle, "From Screen Savers to Progressive Savior?" Washington Post, June 5, 2003, p. A14.
- Activists at Moveon.org get blocked for spamming, PolitechBot.com, June 11, 2003. MoveOn says that it "sends only solicited mail to folks who have signed up, via the MoveOn.org website, for updates on political issues." However, it has occasionally been accused of sending unsolicited spam emails, and as a result its email alerts have sometimes been subjected to spam blocking. MoveOn organizers suspect that their messages are being marked as spam by people who disagree with their political message. 
- Robert Schlesinger, "Antiwar Groups Turn Their Focus to Bush," Boston Globe, June 20, 2003.
- Mark Halperin, Marc Ambinder, David Chalian, Dan Iten,Teddy Davis, and Alexander Blenkinsopp, "Foreboding Fortnight," ABC News, June 20, 2003, discusses MoveOn's "virtual primary" and charges of "vote-rigging" by the Gephardt campaign.
- "MoveOn.org PAC Response to Absurd Charge of 'Vote Rigging' in AP Story," PRNewsWire, June 20, 2003.
- Leif Utne, MoveOn.org Holds Virtual Primary, Utne.com, June 23, 2003.
- Editorial, "Happy Days Are Virtually Here Again", New York Times, June 27, 2003.
- Primaries: MoveOn’s Moment. The first presidential primary takes place this week, not in Iowa or New Hampshire, but on the Net, MSNBC.com, June 30, 2003, Issue.
- "Plugged-in Politics," NewsHour With Jim Lehrer, August 5, 2003.
- Al Gore, Remarks to MoveOn.org, New York University, August 7, 2003.
- Don Hazen and Tai Moses, "How to Change the World in Three Easy Clicks," FutureNet.org, Fall 2003.
- Chris Taylor and Karen Tumulty, MoveOn's Big Moment. How an activist website with just seven staff members and no office is changing internet politics, Time.com, November 17, 2003.
- Michael Janofsky and Jennifer 8. Lee, Net Group Tries to Click Democrats to Power, New York Times, November 18, 2003.
- J.R. Ross, Presidential Race: Liberal group's ads slam Bush, Associated Press, November 26, 2003. "The 30-second ad by MoveOn.org is the first the organization has run in Wisconsin as part of its campaign to oust President Bush. The spot, running in 17 cities nationwide, labels the president a 'misleader'," the story stated.
- Martin Sieff, MoveOn.org: New Giant on Dems' Stage, United Press International, November 29, 2003.
- Kathy Kiely, "Liberals finding their voice - and it's angry", USAToday, December 1, 2003: "The Internet has witnessed a surge of liberal activity. It's led by MoveOn.org, a Web-based political organization that has grown to 1.8 million members since it was founded during President Clinton's impeachment trial. MoveOn recently began a $10 million fundraising drive to pay for an anti-Bush ad campaign. One ad earlier this year featured Larry Syverson, a Richmond, Va., man with two sons stationed in Iraq who claims Rumsfeld 'betrayed' them by failing to have a better post-war plan."
- Michelle Goldberg, "MoveOn Moves Up," Salon.com, December 1, 2003.
- The Bush-Cheney '04 Inc. web site georgewbush.com, in the mode of MoveOn, now sports an "Action Center" for supporters to use an online form to "Write News Editors." The web page also supplies the writer with suggested "Talking Points" and "Writing Tips." (December 31, 2003). Examples of letters that have been submitted to local newspapers are linked to Devastated by Wild Pres at wampum.wakanaki.net, (December 29, 2003).
- "MoveOn.org Becomes Anti-Bush Powerhouse," CNN, January 13, 2004.
- Aaron Pava "MoveOn Messaging Analysis," CivicActions, January 20, 2004.
- "Political Influentials Online in the 2004 Presidential Campaign," Institute for Politics, Democracy and the Internet, Graduate School of Political Management, George Washington University, February 5, 2004.
- Daniel H. Steinberg, "O'Reilly's Digital Democracy Teach-In," O'Reilly Network, February 10, 2004.
- Liz Sidoti, MoveOn.org to Counter Bush's Ad Blitz, AP, March 2, 2004.
- Roger Hickey, "Onward Deaniacs," TomPaine.com, March 18, 2004: "MoveOn's membership now exceeds that of the Christian Coalition at its peak. ... MoveOn.org has taught the progressive community to organize online, employing impressively experimental - and increasingly successful - methods of giving their growing membership ways to make a creative impact on the increasingly centralized and money-drenched political system."
- Alexander Bolton, "527 Surge Takes Kerry Past Bush," The Hill, April 20, 2004.
- Eliza Newlin Carney, "Small Donors Reshape the Fund-raising Landscape," National Journal, May 3, 2004.
- Joan Neils, "An Analysis of MoveOn.org," student research paper, University of Washington, June 2004.
- John Gorenfeld, "Michael Moore Terrorizes the Bushies," Salon.com, June 23, 2004.
- Terrence McNally, "MoveOn as an Instrument of the People" (interview with Joan Blades), AlterNet, June 25, 2004.
- Howard Goodman, "Moore's Fahrenheit Riles and Rouses Theatergoers," South Florida Sun-Sentinel, June 29, 2004.
- Scott McCabe and Pamela Perez, "'Fahrenheit 9/11' fans gather, plot activism," Palm Beach Post, June 29, 2004.
- Howard Kurtz, "MoveOn.org's Swift Response to Anti-Kerry Ad," Washington Post, August 17, 2004. "'George Bush: Take that ad off the air,' says the 30-second spot from MoveOn.org PAC. The ad in question, from a group called Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, charges Kerry with 'lying about his first Purple Heart' in Vietnam 35 years ago," the Post writes.
- Chris Nolan, "MoveOn.org: No Longer a Start-up or an Upstart," Part I and Part II, Personal Democracy Forum, December 22 & 23, 2004.
- Norman Solomon, "The Iraq War and MoveOn," Common Dreams, August 18, 2005. Re peace movement and Peace Vigil in Crawford, Texas.
- Joshua Frank, "MoveOn.org Surrenders," Dissident Voice, January 11, 2006.
- Norman Solomon, “How Long Will MoveOn.org Fail to Oppose Bombing Iran?”,Znet, April 18, 2006.
- Michael Abramowitz, Jewish Liberals to Launch A Counterpoint to AIPAC Political Funds, Lobbying to Promote Arab-Israeli Peace Deal, Washington Post, April 15, 2008.