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Cover Story: U.S. Headed Back To Child Labor Of The 1800s? Yes, If It’s Up To Newt- Solidarity America By John Funiciello, Columnist
Political Cartoon: Pension Stealing One Percenters By Mark Hurwitt, Brooklyn NY
AIDS: From Mystery to Revelation to Closure - A View from the Battlefield - By Jamala Rogers - Editorial Board
Bad Form: Dividing the Occupy Movement - Left Margin By Carl Bloice, Editorial Board
THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT: Another Collective Step By the Exploited Against the Exploiters - Keeping it Real By Larry Pinkney, Editorial Board
Queer Politics for the Birds - Inclusion By The Reverend Irene Monroe, Editorial Board
Occupation Post Brothers at Rittenhouse Hill Apartments - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD - Editorial Board
Political Cartoon: What Uncle Samta Brings to Egypt By Carlos Latuff, Brazil
America...Love It or Leave It...? OK - Sharp n’ Blunt - By Desi Cortez - Columnist
It’s Racism, By God - The Other Side of the Tracks - By Perry Redd - Columnist
Remembering Grenada - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD - Columnist
Political Cartoon: Now Where Was I By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Encampment Matters in the 2011 Decolonize/Occupy Moment - By John Hayakawa Torok, JD, PhD - Guest Commentator
Art: Corporation By Doug Minkler, Berkeley CA
Quote to Ponder: "Corporation, n. An ingenious device for obtaining individual profit without individual responsibility." - Abrose Bierce
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