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  • Falling profits and war

    Falling profits and war

    August 1, 2003 By Wadi’h Halabi

    Falling profits impel capitalists to war as surely as thirst drives donkeys to water. 2001 witnessed a 54 percent drop in the profits of the Fortune “Global 500,” the world’s 500 largest corporations.

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  • Tucson protests immigrant border deaths

    Tucson protests immigrant border deaths

    August 1, 2003

    TUCSON, Ariz. – Reacting in anger and horror to the mounting number of deaths on the Arizona-Mexico border, about 100 demonstrators turned out for a protest at the Federal Building July 23 organized by La Coalición...

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  • Bushs clear sky lies

    Bushs clear sky lies

    August 1, 2003

    Opinion It might seem like a long way from the dangerous streets of Baghdad to the smog-laden cities of the United States, but the two share one thing in common: both have been the subject of...

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  • Some modest advice for the Democratic candidate

    Some modest advice for the Democratic candidate

    August 1, 2003

    Opinion I’d like to offer some friendly advice to whoever ends up as the Democratic Party candidate for President – a word or two to the wise, so to speak. First off, a history lesson: In...

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  • The fight is on!

    The fight is on!

    August 1, 2003

    Opinion After the furious burst of activity during the period prior to our nation’s latest foreign misadventure, people were in a funk. A feeling swept over many folks that “with all we’ve done, and didn’t prevent...

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