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Special Edition - Ten Reasons We Should Turn Out the Vote for Barack Obama By Eric Mann, Guest Commentator

Cover Story: Down to the Wire - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr., Executive Editor

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American Financial System
By Mark Hurwitt

Political Cartoon: American Financial System By Mark Hurwitt

Political Analysis: Understanding The Obama Campaign Prior To Election Day By Dr. Martin Kilson, PhD, Editorial Board - Keeping our eyes on the prized vote - By Jamala Rogers - Editorial Board

If Harriet Tubman Were President - Represent Our Resistance By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD, Editorial Board

The McKinney Choice By Kevin Alexander Gray, Guest Commentator - An Obama Presidency: More of the Same - Only Worse (Part 1) - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney - Editorial Board

By Deng Coy Miel, Singapore

Political Cartoon: Greed By Deng Coy Miel, Singapore

What to do Before and (If Necessary) After the Election is Stolen By Roberto Lovato, Guest Commentator

What Are We Going To Do? A Post-Election Agenda for Activists - Think Piece By Jessica Watson-Crosby, National Chair, Black Radical Congress, Guest Columnist - Election Day, November 4th, 2008: Don’t Let Change Pass You By - Between The Lines - By Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad, PhD - Columnist

US Government Regulators
By Jianping Fan, Guangzhou, China

Political Cartoon: US Government Regulators By Jianping Fan, Guangzhou, China

Zimbabwe: the New Klling Fields, RGM's Creepie Crawlies, F**K All Politicans - Letters from Zimbabwe By Mwana Wevhu, Columnist

Quote to Ponder: "In the Republic of poetry, poets rent a helicopter to bombard the national palace with poems on bookmarks, and everyone in the courtyard rushes to grab a poem fluttering from the sky, blinded by weeping." - Martin Espada "In the Republic of Poetry"

A Time For Thought And Examination Of Principles: A look at the Global Economic Crisis.By Dr. Carlos E. Russell, PhD, Guest Commentator - Urbanization Not Only a Problem of Developing Nations - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello - Columnist - The Concept of Mentacide and Dr. Bobby Wright - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD - Columnist

Just Like Living On Mars
By Von C. Caberte

Art: Just Like Living On Mars By Von C. Caberte

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October 30, 2008
Issue 297

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