Opinion

                
  • Women and capitalism

    Women and capitalism

    March 7, 2003

    One hundred twenty-eight years after the first protest of New York city’s women garment workers, against sweatshop work, the life and working conditions of women in most parts of the world are still the same and...

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  • Memo from a wannabe messiah

    Memo from a wannabe messiah

    March 7, 2003

    To: Dick, Don and Paul From: W. Re: Ruling the world

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  • Steel fencing is not the answer on the border

    Steel fencing is not the answer on the border

    March 7, 2003

    Opinion I live less than 100 miles north of the border with Mexico. All my life I’ve experienced U.S. Immigration efforts to control the migrant stream of Mexican workers traveling north across the border looking for...

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  • Neighbors on the corner: Skip the war

    Neighbors on the corner: Skip the war

    March 7, 2003 By Conn Hallinan

    Opinion It is one thing to protest the Bush war stampede in Washington D.C., San Francisco or at a city – or county-wide march; it is quite another to demonstrate on a street corner on your...

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  • In Presque Isle, Maine, a child speaks for peace

    In Presque Isle, Maine, a child speaks for peace

    March 7, 2003

    Opinion When people think about bombing Iraq, they see a picture in their heads of Saddam Hussein in a military uniform, or maybe soldiers with big black mustaches carrying guns, or the mosaic of George Bush...

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