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  • A Cintas drivers story

    A Cintas drivers story

    April 16, 2004

    Laundry truck driver Mark Fragola may suffer from respiratory ailments the rest of his life. After two years of driving a delivery truck for Cintas Corp. in Branford, Conn., the 31-year-old father of two sought medical...

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  • LABOR UPDATE

    LABOR UPDATE

    April 16, 2004

    ‘Right-to-work’ attacks card check A right-to-work group is challenging the legality of agreements negotiated by the United Auto Workers union with GM, Ford and Chrysler. The agreements in question allow the employees of the Big Three’s...

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  • South Africa celebrates decade of democracy

    South Africa celebrates decade of democracy

    April 16, 2004

    On the eve of South Africa’s April 14 elections and the 10th anniversary of the end of apartheid on April 27, the African National Congress (ANC) government and its allies are evaluating the past decade and...

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  • S. Koreans vote amidst turmoil, anger

    S. Koreans vote amidst turmoil, anger

    April 16, 2004

    South Korean voters were set to head to the polls on April 15 for general elections to their National Assembly against a backdrop of anger, confusion, and daily protests against the impeachment of President Roh Moo-Hyun....

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  • Afghanistan: U.S. legacy of chaos lives on

    Afghanistan: U.S. legacy of chaos lives on

    April 16, 2004

    The power struggle that erupted last week in northern Afghanistan illustrates the chaos ravaging the country two and a half years after U.S. troops invaded, ostensibly chasing Osama Bin Laden. On April 8, the north’s dominant...

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