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The Death Penalty in a Poshlust Culture of Victims

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Independence Day

Net Neutrality — A Cosmic Battle for Democracy

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Fiji’s New Rulers — Armed and Dangerous

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Prison Nation: Locking Up Surplus Labor in America

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Somba Ke: The Money Place

Somba Ke: The Money Place

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Iran

Iran’s Quiet Revolution

  The bus rumbled along a highway in southwest Iran, passing a series of anti-aircraft batteries and rickety guard towers before pulling in through a checkpoint to the Bushehr nuclear plant compound.  Having anticipated significant difficulties finding, much less nearing, the reactor, I stared in stunned silence at its dome.  So much for state secrets.  […]

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Harry Kelber

Labor Educator as Labor Radical

Harry Kelber, My 70 Years in the Labor Movement.  379pp, $20 pbk.  Labor Educator Press, 25 Washington St., Suite 302, Brooklyn NY 11201. This is a revised edition of an underappreciated 1996 self-published classic by one of the most remarkable figures in the last half-century of American labor. What makes Harry Kelber still tick, at […]

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Oscar Olivera

A New World of Work

  Cornell Global Labor Institute Honors Oscar Olivera On October 5, 2006, the Cornell Global Labor Institute held a reception to celebrate its second anniversary.  The guest of honor was Oscar Olivera, the Executive Secretary of the Federation of Factory Workers from Cochabamba , Bolivia.  The Federation was key in the formation of the Coordinator […]

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