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Announcement :: Media Invites Thinkers and Do-ers
06 Apr 2006
Modified: 10:41:04 AM
Boston, April 10—Boston-based Web site of thought and action,, has announced that the testing phase of development is complete. Focused on the the Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Politics, the site offers a forum for thinking people to interact and share information about their efforts to improve the Human Condition.
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Commentary :: Labor
American Workers Should Take a Lesson from the "Sissy" French
06 Apr 2006
Modified: 10:02:13 AM
While young French workers express outrage at a proposed law making them endure three years of probation on a new job, U.S. workers wonder what the term "job security" means.
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Announcement :: Environment : Globalization
Reclaim The Commons in Chicago! Update
06 Apr 2006
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Announcement :: Politics
Submissions wanted for 1960s anthology
06 Apr 2006
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Commentary :: Politics
clouds of tears
05 Apr 2006
come sweet rain
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LOCAL Commentary :: DNC : Education : Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare : Technology
Our Program is the Anarchist Revolution!
05 Apr 2006
Perspectives for Revolutionary Anarchism

Discusses the meaning of “revolution” and whether it is possible. Should revolutionaries support reforms? Should we make demands on the state? Must a revolution be violent?
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Commentary :: Politics
Another Surreal Day in the Age of Bush
05 Apr 2006
The baseball season opened on April 3, 2006. President George W. Bush was in Cincinnati and tossed out the “ceremonial” pitch. Jay Leno said it went off to the “far right.” Meanwhile, nine brave U.S. troops were killed in Iraq on that day; one for every inning Bush was at the game. Zacarias Moussaoui, a suspected mental case, faces the death penalty for 9/11. Also, corruption-tainted Rep. Tom DeLay (R-TX) fears a hammering from the justice system.
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Announcement :: Education
Academics' Paper on 'Israel Lobby' Blasted by Israel Lobby.
05 Apr 2006
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Lafayette Eight Trial: April 13
05 Apr 2006
On April 14, 2004, eight Boston area community activists were arrested in Lafayette
Square, on the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Main Street.
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Announcement :: International
France: As millions protest government attacks, unions signal retreat on “First Job Contract”
05 Apr 2006
An estimated 2 to 3 million striking workers and students demonstrated throughout France yesterday against the Gaullist government’s “First Job Contract” (CPE) legislation, matching the turnout at a similar day of action on March 28.
Tuesday’s strikes and protests followed President Jacques Chirac’s announcement last Friday that he had officially ratified the CPE, which permits employers to dismiss young workers without cause during their first two years of employment.
Chirac said he would delay the enforcement of the law and support certain amendments to soften its impact, but he rejected out of hand the basic demand of millions of students, youth and workers who have been demonstrating and striking for more than a month to demand the withdrawal of the measure. The wave of protests, combined with opinion polls showing overwhelming opposition to the CPE and plummeting support for both Chirac and Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, reflect the deeply held and broadly felt conviction that implementation of the measure will open the floodgates for the imposition of “American-style” market policies and the destruction of workers’ rights and social conditions.
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