June

Letters

Editorials

Solidarity with federal workers / Women v. Wal-Mart

Liar, liar

In a devastating blow to George W. Bush’s most powerful rationale for the invasion of Iraq, the bipartisan September 11th commission found no link between Saddam Hussein and the 9/11 attacks, and no evidence of collaboration between Hussein and Al Qaeda.

Letters

Editorials

Bush’s budget plans / Remember Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner

CPUSA delegation visits socialist Cuba

The Cuban media is giving considerable coverage to the visit to that country by CPUSA National Chairman Sam Webb, People’s Weekly World Editor Terrie Albano and Northern California District Chair Juan Lopez, who arrived in Havana June 8 on invitation of the Communist Party of Cuba.

Letters

Editorials

The truth about Reagan / Remembering D-Day

Venezuelan unionists champion democracy

NEW YORK – New York’s Transport Workers Union Local 100 (TWU) hosted a panel discussion of Venezuelan labor leaders here May 26. The delegation included leading members of the Venezuelan Transport Workers, Public Service Workers, Grain and Food Workers, Health Care Workers and Teachers unions, all affiliates of the National Union of Workers (UNT).

Vernon Jarrett: a partisan journalistic giant

Opinion Readers like me can be extremely selective of the journalists we read habitually. We do not have to agree with every word or be humored by diversionary jokes and meaningless anecdotes. We want simplicity that unravels complexity in one swoop.

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