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  • Indo-Pak tensions grow after terrorist attack

    Indo-Pak tensions grow after terrorist attack

    October 3, 2002

    NEW DELHI – On Sept. 24, terrorists attacked a well-known Hindu temple, Akshar Dham, in Gujarat, one of India’s most communally polarized states. Two “fidayeen” (suicide squads) opened fire and hurled hand grenades indiscriminately; 37 died,...

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  • Lem Harris, farm labor writer, dies at 98

    Lem Harris, farm labor writer, dies at 98

    September 27, 2002 By John Pappademos And Evelina Alarcon

    Lem Harris, a lifelong defender of family farmers and the rural working class, died Sept. 21. He was 98 years old. He was a member of the Executive Board of the Connecticut Communist Party, and was...

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  • Give now to keep PWW/Mundo rolling

    Give now to keep PWW/Mundo rolling

    September 27, 2002

    Dear friend, As a reader of the People’s Weekly World and Nuestro Mundo, you, like tens of thousands of ordinary, decent people throughout our country, are taking heart that for the first time since the Sept....

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  • Anti-union politician goes down

    Anti-union politician goes down

    September 27, 2002

    Worker’s Correspondence Dave Herbert, longtime member of the Oklahoma Senate, a Democrat, should have talked to the delegations of union people who came to his office in February 2001, after he introduced anti-union legislation that led...

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  • Bush axes kids health plan

    Bush axes kids health plan

    September 27, 2002 By Phil E. Benjamin

    The Bush administration is poised to launch an attack on children’s health care. Crying the blues of “fiscal prudence,” the president is withdrawing one-fourth of the federal financing of children’s health insurance coverage, exposing millions of...

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