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Cover Story - It's Working People vs. the Corporations - By Jamala Rogers
Political Cartoon - Buffalo Soldiers Yesterday and Today By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Take a Stand for Peace! Stop These Wars! By Veterans for Peace
Horace Campbell's View Of Barack Obama's 2008 Election By Dr. Martin Kilson, PhD
A talk with a 20-something about the midterm elections By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Obama, the Democrats:Sleeping With The Enemy By William L. (Bill) Strickland
Alarmed & Angry at Christmas Time - Left Margin - By Carl Bloice
Political Cartoon - Sideways Democrats By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
Insanity, Militarization, and Robotization By Dr. Horace Campbell, PhD
The Scrooge Story is a Cruel Myth - Women of Color By Suzanne Brooks
Wage Theft: Thou Shalt Not Steal From Your Workers By David A. Love, JD
A Recipe for Fascism in U.S. College Classrooms By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
Perpetual War, No Jobs and No Justice Equals No Confidence By Larry Pinkney
AIDS Still Thought of as a Gay Disease in Black America By The Reverend Irene Monroe
Political Cartoon - After the Feast By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
From Ancient Times: Pay Workers Their Wages - Solidarity America By John Funiciello
We Must Stop the Destruction of Black Family Life By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD
Rosa Parks, The Constitution & the Role of Government By Rep. Jesse L. Jackson, Jr.
Cartoon/Art - There's Still Plenty of Stuff in the Back of the Bus By 29
Quote to Ponder: “I would like to be known as a person..." — Rosa Parks
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