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Capital wealth becomes ever more concentrated in giant
corporate conglomerates, which must seek higher returns on
their investments. They are driven to expand their markets
and dominate economies, often through government's
application of military power and "covert operations"
to assure the continued flow of low-priced raw materials
and the availability of low-cost labor.
...distinguished professor of political science and sociology at the graduate school of the City University of New York who asserts that the Bush Administration's proposed budget will redistribute wealth from the poor and middle class to the most affluent sector of society.
The conspiracy theory is that government officials are conducting experiments in atmospheric science, and some of them involve a highly classified military project which involves protecting us from some as yet unknown threat. The side effects of people getting sick is part of the price we
pay for defense.
The Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) have collected more than 3,000 signatures calling for the University of California to divest from holdings connected to the state of Israel. We need your help in contacting the University administration to support the divestment campaign. Please read for more details.
40 members of the Harvard Living Wage Campaign have just entered a Harvard administrative building to demand a living wage for all Harvard employees. Rally for Global Justice to follow on Saturday April 21 - 1pm in Harvard Yard.
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with labor historian Jeremy Brecher, author of "Globalization From Below: The Power of Solidarity," who discusses the challenges ahead for the growing global social justice movement.