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August 30, 2004 Issue - 17 Articles
- Editorial, p. 3
Silence of the Dems
- Letters, pp. 4-5
- The Ex Factor, pp. 6-7
Prison-reform groups are working to educate former felons on their voting rights.
- Prison in the Cards, pp. 8-9
Increasingly, young black men face a new rite of passage.
- Freedom Reborn, p. 10
Forty years later, Freedom Schools make a triumphant return.
- In Person, p. 11
Mary O'Mara and the school behind bars.
- Viewpoint: Haunted by the past, p. 12
Skeletons in the G.O.P.'s closet.
- Viewpoint: Is Bush bonkers?, p. 13
- The Third Coast, p. 14
Despite Obama's rise, the lot of urban African-Americans is only getting worse.
- Viewpoint, p. 15
The 90-day plan to go from being pissed off to elated.
- They Knew..., pp. 16-21
Despite the whitewash, the Bush administration can't deny the historical record.
- Come Together Right Now, pp. 22-23
To battle the multinationals, labor is radically reorganizing.
- En Masse and On Message, pp. 24-25
A genuine movement turns Boston into a progressive tea party.
[+] Another World, Possibly (Review) , pp. 26-27
Hardt and Negri's Multitude examines the new dynamics of war and the Empire it serves.
- Multitude by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri
[+] Seeking True Security (Review) , p. 28
Anatomy 101: Dissecting the oil industry.
- Oil: Anatomy of an Industry by Matthew Yeomans
- Citizen Punk, pp. 29-31
Moving the message from music to reality.
- I Love You, Madam Librarian, p. 32
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