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Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Matthew Rothschild, editor of The Progressive Magazine, who assesses the Bush administration's handling of the national crisis and the political climate that has emerged following the terror strikes against the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
On the Readers' Page of the September 21-23 Boston Metro issue, Publisher Russel Pergament printed an official apology for "Face up to Our Way of Life", the September 20th column by Kyles Yrne. The column critized America for being "the world's biggest terrorist nation."
They had rolled their doughboy pawn of Christ out in front of the CBN camera crews; air escaping from the rolls of pink flesh, sounds of flatulence. They rolled the doughboy out in front of the cameras and after a moment or two of silence a wrinkled foreboding brow floated to the surface and the doughboy said, and I quote.......
Historian Howard Zinn speaking at a mass teach-in at the Massachusetts College of Art
recorded Tuesday, Sept 25 2001. 25 min 48kps mp3. Event organized by the Student Labor Action Project (SLAP) Anti-War Coalition http://www.jwj.org/AboutJWJ/SLAP.htm Also featured speeches by Payal Parekh of MIT on hate crimes and student activism, Suad Adjani, Middle East Program Coordinator for Grassroots International http://grassrootsonline.org and
Anthony Arnove, editor at http://www.southendpress.org (online soon) Video available by request.
Historian Howard Zinn (Author of A People's History of the United States) spoke on Sept 25 2001 at the Massachusetts College of Art on behalf of the Student Labor Action Coalition (SLAP) against the current war mongers. Payal Parek, Souad Adjani and Anthony Arnove's talks there will be uploaded shortly. 25min, 48kps, mp3. Video available by request.