The United States Congress has voted for going to war with Iraq— failing in its duty to represent a deeply divided American public. For people around the world who are troubled by what this conflict could bring, the vote in Congress is distressing since US military action now seems all but inevitable. There are still ways, however, to express your opposition to a war on Iraq and stop this invasion.
Standing shoulder-to-shoulder, a diverse coalition of city and suburban dwellers joined religious, community and labor leaders in Boston's Copley Square yesterday to support striking Hub-area janitors as their bitter walkout entered its fourth week.
Scott Ritter spoke Tuesday night to a packed crowd of kids for the most part rich enough to avoid any proposed draft,,, the room held 500 and was about 15% filled with caring non students. the piece was edited and ran in mainstream media -the version here is pre- newspaper slice