July 9

                
  • Moral pharmacists

    Moral pharmacists

    July 10, 2005

    In the year 2005, it’s outrageous to see women’s reproductive freedom would be in such grave danger. With a Supreme Court resignation and Republicans threatening to use the “nuclear option” to railroad extremist judicial nominees through...

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  • The soul of the anti-abortion stance

    The soul of the anti-abortion stance

    July 10, 2005

    The retirement of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor has electrified the religiously based anti-abortion movement, which hopes to get President Bush to name a replacement who shares its views. In the coming debate, you will hear the...

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  • Live 8 concerts demand Change, not charity

    Live 8 concerts demand Change, not charity

    July 8, 2005

    More than 1 million fans jammed into 10 venues across four continents for the Live 8, 24-hour concert extravaganza July 2 weekend. Two billion television viewers were estimated to have tuned in worldwide. The music marathon...

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  • Letters

    Letters

    July 8, 2005

    Reflections on CPUSA convention I have never, at any time in my life, experienced anything as engaging, rewarding and beautiful as the 28th National Convention of the Communist Party USA. From the reports and lively debates...

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  • Editorial: Media chill

    Editorial: Media chill

    July 8, 2005

    A chill is spreading through the media and a cold shadow is falling over the right of the people to know. In July 2003, The New York Times ran an op-ed piece by former U.S. ambassador...

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