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Venezuelan democracy under siege (by U.S.)

Opinion Twelve years ago a populist priest named Jean-Bertrand Aristide became President of Haiti, in that country’s first democratic elections. A businessman summed up the attitude of Haiti’s small but stubborn elite: “Everybody who is anybody is against Aristide – except for the people!”

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Study war no more / No turkey for Thanksgiving

Radio suffers from corporate control

A new report by the Future of Music Coalition tells us about the sad state of radio today after six years of deregulation.

10,000 demand: Close U.S. terror school

Over 10,000 people from far and wide gathered at the gates of Ft. Benning, Ga., Nov. 17 to demand closure of the School of the Americas (SOA), better known as the “School of Assassins,” where many death squad officers from Latin America have been trained.

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No rest for the weary / War can be stopped

Bloody Sunday

Movie review Bloody Sunday This British-Irish film is a gripping recreation of the January 30, 1972, massacre by the British Army of 13 unarmed civil rights marchers in Derry, Northern Ireland.

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Death by drone: an illegal act

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