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Cover Story 1: Wisconsin: Asleep At the Wheel - The Other Side of the Tracks By Perry Redd, Columnist
Cover Story 2: Wisconsin: Democracy Inaction - Leftward-Ho By Peter Gamble, Publisher
Political Cartoon - Danger: War for Oil By Carols Latuff, Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Women's History Month: Septima Clark - Teacher To A Movement By J. Douglas Allen-Taylor, Guest Commentator
Don’t Cry for Wisconsin - Represent Our Resistance By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD, Editorial Board
Rewriting the Social Contract and Making Everybody Hurt - Left Margin By Carl Bloice - Editorial Board
Modern-day Pirates: The Republicans vs. The Public Sector - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr. - Editorial Board
Class Struggle: Don’t Get Fooled Again! - Keeping it Real By Larry Pinkney, Editorial Board
Rev. Peter Gomes: Accidental Gay Advocate - Inclusion By The Reverend Irene Monroe, Editorial Board
Political Cartoon - Child Support By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
Americans denied bargaining rights? Call in the ILO…call in the UN! - Solidarity America By John Funiciello, Columnist
The Concept of Mentacide and Dr. Bobby Wright - Worrill's World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD - Columnist
Political Cartoon - Smart Phone Revolution By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Art - Zulu Mardi Gras By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
Quote to Ponder: "My philosophy is such that I am not going to vote against the oppressed...." - Septima Clark
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