May 26

                
  • Minutemen draw flak near San Jose

    Minutemen draw flak near San Jose

    May 25, 2007

    CAMPBELL, Calif. — In response to the May Day pro-immigrant rights demonstrations, members of the so-called Minuteman Civil Defense Corps staged a rally here, May 12, but were unsuccessful in spreading their anti-immigrant message. Their 10-person...

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  • John Pappademos, Marxist scholar and activist, 82

    John Pappademos, Marxist scholar and activist, 82

    May 25, 2007

    John Pappademos, a Marxist scholar, fighter for peace and justice, and longtime member of the Communist Party, died on May 6. He was 82. Pappademos was born into a poor working-class family in St. Louis. During...

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  • Another view of Lives of Others

    Another view of Lives of Others

    May 25, 2007

    “The Lives of Others,” the German film that won the 2007 Best Foreign Film Academy Award, and which was reviewed positively on these pages last month (PWW 4/21-27), is a sophisticated attack on socialism that tries...

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  • Loss of memory unleashes shaky past

    Loss of memory unleashes shaky past

    May 25, 2007

    MovieREVIEW Away from Her Directed by Sarah Polley Lions Gate Films, 2007 110 minutes, Rated PG-13 At 28, Sarah Polley, director of “Away from Her,” a Canadian film, has taken on some heady and tough issues...

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  • Stop global warming? Start with the Pentagon

    Stop global warming? Start with the Pentagon

    May 25, 2007

    Global warming is on the minds of people all over the planet. They are talking about how strange their weather is these days. Severe fluctuations are causing new weather patterns alien to communities worldwide. Obviously, the...

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