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  • Herbert Aptheker, Marxist historian, dies

    Herbert Aptheker, Marxist historian, dies

    April 4, 2003

    Herbert Aptheker, Marxist historian and political activist, has passed away at age 87. Few have matched his output of books, pamphlets and articles, all marked by great scholarship, exactingness, intellectual and political integrity and partisanship in...

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  • Where is Salt of the Earth?

    Where is Salt of the Earth?

    April 4, 2003

    DALLAS – On Feb. 19, KERA public radio broadcast its regular afternoon talk show with host Glen Mitchell, but his guests were out of the ordinary. United Farm Workers of America legend Dolores Huerta and filmmaker...

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  • Artists need to find something true

    Artists need to find something true

    April 4, 2003

    ReviewLaura Cantrell, When the Roses Bloom Again, Diesel Only, Fall 2002 When our daughter was little we used to drive all night from New Jersey to Tennessee to visit her grandparents. Somewhere in Virginia we’d pick...

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  • Battle of the Bay  San Francisco 3-20-03

    Battle of the Bay San Francisco 3-20-03

    April 4, 2003

    Opinion For weeks before the U.S.-led attack on Iraq, anti-war demonstrators from all over the Bay Area promised that if the United States attacked Iraq there would be “No business as usual in San Francisco.” March...

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  • Dr. Kings last essay: A Testament of Hope

    Dr. Kings last essay: A Testament of Hope

    April 4, 2003

    Opinion As we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., April 4, we are reminded that his words continue to have profound meaning. “A Testament of Hope” was published after Dr. King’s death and...

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