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Commentary, April, 06 2007
Shiva's ZSpace page
India is a land of small farmers, with 650 million of her 1 billion people living on the land and 80 per cent farmers owning less than 2 ha of land. In other words, the land provides livelihood security for 65 per cent of the people, and the smal...
Znet Article, April, 05 2007
Chomsky's ZSpace page
What If Iran Had Invaded Mexico?
Commentary, April, 05 2007
Schechter's ZSpace page
On Friday night, I was doing my usual channel surfing when I came across a rebroadcast of the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. And there was Patti Smith thanking the people who stood by her all these years and singing her heart out.
Znet Article, April, 04 2007
Markland's ZSpace page
Znet Article, April, 03 2007
Naiman's ZSpace page
One of the things that appeals to many progressives about Barack Obama's presidential candidacy is his background as a community organizer. It's not just that he can claim familiarity with the problems of the community that he worked in - it's tha...
Commentary, April, 03 2007
Monbiot's ZSpace page
The consultations surrounding the Olympic Games are a stitch-up.
Herman: Beyond Munich: The UN Security Council Helps Disarm a Prospective Further Victim of U.S. Aggression [*]
Commentary, April, 02 2007
Herman's ZSpace page
Imagine that when Hitler was threatening to invade Poland, after having swallowed Czechoslovakia-with the help of the Western European powers' appeasement of Hitler at Munich in September 1938-the League of Nations imposed an arms embargo on Pola...
Commentary, April, 01 2007
Glick's ZSpace page
How will we bring about significant change in the USA? There are a number of things that need to happen, but one bottom-line, essential requirement is the coming together of a critical mass of organizers and activists into a grassroots-based, poli...
Commentary, March, 31 2007
Schechter's ZSpace page
The News Dissector has a request for your upcoming special edition of VANITY FAIR: Link the growing debt burden of Americas and the better-known debt problems in Africa.
Commentary, March, 30 2007
Solomon's ZSpace page
The days are getting longer, but the media shadows are no shorter as they cover the war in Iraq through American eyes, squinting in Washington's pallid sun.
Commentary, March, 29 2007
Pilger's ZSpace page
Most days, growing up, I would walk down a steep hill past blocks of Aussie Gothic with stairwells that stank of cabbage and beer and dogs, through crooked alleyways of fresh tar turned to putty in the heat and rusted iron fences, beyond which wer...
Znet Article, March, 28 2007
Glick's ZSpace page
Two days ago, over 90% of the 71 members of the Progressive Caucus in Congress voted to essentially give Bush and Cheney the money they need to continue the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to start one against Iran, until they leave office 22 mo...
Commentary, March, 28 2007
On March 17 I joined the wonderful surge of patriotic Americans who braved horrendous weather to march from Constitution Gardens to the Pentagon in opposition to the Iraq war. One of the dominant themes of the day in signage, t-shirts and speech...
Commentary, March, 27 2007
Zinn's ZSpace page
Howard Zinn, addressing the crowd gathered for the March 24th 2007 antiwar rally at the Boston Commons.
Commentary, March, 26 2007
Trigona's ZSpace page
"The precise pain, in the precise place, in the precise amount, for the desired effect." These are the words of a US instructor in the art of torture teaching techniques in Uruguay during the nation's 1973-1985 military dictatorship. The US played...
Znet Article, March, 23 2007
Administrator's ZSpace page
Independent Politics: The Green Party Strategy Debate, edited by Howie Hawkins. Haymarket (2006). Did the last presidential election campaign in the United States represent the nadir of Ralph Naderâ€™s long and remarkable public life? Or, w...
Commentary, March, 23 2007
Kagarlitsky's ZSpace page
On March 3, Russia's liberal and leftist groups held the Dissenters' March in St. Petersburg. The rally seems to be the first successful social event of the liberal opposition so far. It gathered over 3000 people; but more importantly it revealed ...
Commentary, March, 22 2007
Peters's ZSpace page
Part 1: "Snapshots from School" http://www.zmag.org/sustainers/content/2006-12/12peters.cfm
Commentary, March, 21 2007
Blum's ZSpace page
Flash! This just in! The Cold War was not a struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union. It was a struggle between the United States and the Third World. What there was, was people all over the Third World fighting for economic and pol...
Commentary, March, 19 2007
Bond's ZSpace page
Who thinks coming hostilities with Iran are about military, material and religio-ideological support for Shiite militias, or even construction of a nuclear energy plant? Only in the context of a several-decade scan does the Bush regime's panicky n...