November 15

                
  • Letters: November 15, 2008

    Letters: November 15, 2008

    November 14, 2008

    Spartacus Just coincidentally, I had rented the DVD “Spartacus” from Netflix two weeks before the interview with Kirk Douglas reprinted in the People’s Weekly World (10/25-31). Aside from the wonderful articulation on the subject of the...

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  • Better late than never?

    Better late than never?

    November 14, 2008

    The New York Times, BBC and numerous other news outlets reported last week that the Bush White House knew — and kept from the American people — that it was indeed Georgia’s U.S.-trained forces that started...

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  • EDITORIAL: Chinas bold move

    EDITORIAL: Chinas bold move

    November 14, 2008

    China, hit by the current global economic crisis, with some foreign-operated plants closing down, took immediate, emergency action. Its State Council approved a $586 billion public works program to build new low-cost homes, mass transit and...

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  • Asians, Latinos, immigrants vote in record numbers

    Asians, Latinos, immigrants vote in record numbers

    November 14, 2008

    The We Are America Alliance (WAAA), a nonprofit, nonpartisan national coalition of 14 groups said in a post-election press conference that there was a record turnout of Asian, Latino and immigrant voters on Nov. 4. Shifting...

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  • It aint over til its over

    It aint over til its over

    November 14, 2008

    Georgia unions work to elect Democrat in Dec. 2 Senate runoff The Georgia AFL-CIO has plunged into the fight to oust Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss and elect Vietnam veteran Jim Martin, a liberal pro-labor Democrat, in...

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