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FBI agent admits: no case vs. Cuban 5

There was no evidence the Cuban Five posed a threat to the U.S., the lead FBI investigator in the case has admitted.

'Storm Signals'

Upon leaving Grenada after a visit during the U.S. invasion and occupation in October 1983, then-Secretary of State George Schultz looked out of his official jet at the lush greenery below and proclaimed, “What a lovely piece of real estate!”

LETTERS

Anderson and Amistad. Confused about class? Baseball and politics. ‘Taxation without representation.’

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NATIONAL CLIPS

On the weekend of March 18-20, almost 800 communities in all 50 states had some type of action to bring the troops home from Iraq and end the U.S. occupation there.

Letters

Editorials

Justice for Captain Yee / Save Hubble!

LABOR UPDATE

USWA and PACE forge ‘strategic alliance” / Monument to honor Black labor history / Mushroom workers win 17-year struggle / Killer fumes from microwave popcorn / Scaffolding failures add to death toll

Letters

Editorials

A racist plot to steal the election? / Roots of corporate crime

Labor knocks on voters doors

BAL HARBOUR, Fla. – America’s workplaces and working class neighborhoods are the front lines of the 2004 battle to rid this country of what many describe as the most anti-worker president anyone can remember, according to labor leaders gathered at the March 9-11 meeting of the AFL-CIO Executive Council here.

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