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Book review After the New Economy By Doug Henwood New Press, 2003, Hardcover 269 pp., $24.95
Opinion Fourteen-year-old Ricky was arrested by school police one Halloween and charged with a second-degree felony: “throwing a deadly missile.”
Opinion We have all seen the Abu Ghraib pictures, and steeled ourselves for worse to come. The brass are trying to fob this off as an aberration created by a few sadistic guards. Is this so?
Opinion Allan Greenspan, Federal Reserve Board chair, has been talking to the U.S. Congress. Once more he has been explaining what the best ways are for U.S. capitalists to raise profits to higher levels.
DIEN BIEN PHU, Vietnam (AP) – Smiling and waving flags, thousands of Vietnamese paraded May 7 on the 50th anniversary of the battle of Dien Bien Phu, celebrating a victory that ended France’s colonial ambitions in Indochina and set the stage for America’s ill-fated involvement in the conflict.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – At least 1,000 people gathered on the west steps of the Capitol building May 12 to protest right-wing Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s plan to spare the rich and smite the poor to solve California’s budget problems.
Commentary On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court declared that the segregation of African American children in schools was unconstitutional, in effect restoring the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which freed enslaved Africans.
Commemorating Workers Memorial Day April 28, Senators Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Jon Corzine (D-N.J.) called for congressional action to respond to the more than 60,000 workers who die each year of job-related injuries and illnesses.
What has alarmed the dean of anti-Soviet academics, the famous Richard Pipes of Harvard University?