Susan Webb

Susan Webb is a retired co-editor of People's World. She has written on a range of topics both international - the Iraq war, World Social Forums in Brazil and India, the Israel-Palestinian conflict and controversy over the U.S. role in Okinawa - and domestic - including the meaning of socialism for Americans, attacks on Planned Parenthood, the U.S. as top weapons merchant, and more. Previously she taught English as a second language and did a variety of other jobs to pay the bills. She has lived in six states, and is all about motherhood, art, nature and apple pie.

 

 


LATEST ARTICLES BY Susan Webb

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    AT&T workers rally for justice

    AT&T workers rally for justice

    May 18, 2002 By Susan Webb

    CHICAGO - AT&T Broadband workers rallied here April 29 to demand the right to organize. Joined by supporters from the Chicago-area labor movement, they cheered as AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Richard Trumka and other labor leaders vowed to...

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    Marshall Plan: A cover for corporations

    Marshall Plan: A cover for corporations

    May 3, 2002 By Susan Webb

    Earlier this month Pres. Bush invoked the post-World War II Marshall Plan as he proclaimed an ongoing U.S. economic and military role in Afghanistan. There’s been much talk recently of new Marshall Plans.

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    Im here to walk the talk

    Im here to walk the talk

    April 26, 2002 By Susan Webb

    CHICAGO – Beth Johnson had never been to a national demonstration before. Now, on a chilly Chicago street, she was one of about 400 people setting out on a 14-hour bus trip to Washington, D.C., for...

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    Earth Day signals battles to come in 2002 elections

    Earth Day signals battles to come in 2002 elections

    April 26, 2002 By Susan Webb

    President George Bush tried to look outdoorsy for an Earth Day photo-op in the Adirondack Mountains, but his environmental policies are being assailed by environmentalists, leading Democrats and others.

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    Earth Day signals battles to come in 2002 elections

    Earth Day signals battles to come in 2002 elections

    April 26, 2002 By Susan Webb

    President George Bush tried to look outdoorsy for an Earth Day photo-op in the Adirondack Mountains, but his environmental policies are being assailed by environmentalists, leading Democrats and others.

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    How exciting it is to be changing the world!

    How exciting it is to be changing the world!

    April 19, 2002 By Susan Webb

    The Women’s Equality Summit and Congressional Action Day, April 8-9, showed the women’s movement stepping up to the plate as part of the growing movement fighting for economic, social and political justice.

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    Women vow to fight Bush policies

    Women vow to fight Bush policies

    April 12, 2002 By Susan Webb

    WASHINGTON – Nearly 500 women, representing women’s organizations across the country, met here April 8-9 and vowed to “stand up and fight” for women’s needs. For the entire article, click on the headline. To visit the...

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    New Chicago coalition attacks Bush agenda

    New Chicago coalition attacks Bush agenda

    April 12, 2002 By Susan Webb

    CHICAGO – More than 40 Chicago-area organizations have launched a coalition to challenge the Bush administration’s economic agenda and spending priorities.

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