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  • Songs for Survivors

    Songs for Survivors

    September 6, 2002

    Graham Nash sings of justice and peace Thirty-plus years of writing, singing and performing has not mellowed Graham Nash. “Military Madness” has been his theme since the Vietnam War period. He made that song a centerpiece...

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  • Letters

    Letters

    September 6, 2002

    One year later Living through the horrific experience of the bombing of the World Trade Center has put so many things into clear relief. The very real threat of terrorism has in fact gotten worse after...

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  • Editorials

    Editorials

    September 6, 2002

    Remember 9/11! Vote for peace Nov. 5 Our nation was changed forever by the horrendous terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001 that took 3,000 lives. Many drew positive lessons: that we must emulate the firefighters, paramedics,...

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  • Labor honors workers who died 9/11

    Labor honors workers who died 9/11

    September 6, 2002

    NEW YORK – Tens of thousands of union members gathered at Battery Park here Sept. 3, just blocks from where the World Trade Towers used to stand. They came to honor the 600 union members and...

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  • Machinist union extends Boeing contract

    Machinist union extends Boeing contract

    September 6, 2002 By Fred Gaboury

    Contract talks between the Machinists Union (IAM) and Boeing were in a state of limbo as of press time. Although the existing contract expired at midnight on Sept. 1, the IAM agreed to extend the contract...

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