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Friday, July 19, 2013
Frida Berrigan
At Least I Have My Health
I never really thought all that much about health care. We didn’t have any while we were growing up. Our parents and community depended on doctor friends for care and prescriptions. Lee Randoll was...
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Nation Editorial
Egypt Rebels
Two and a half years ago, the people of Egypt rose up against a despised dictatorship.
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Richard Eskow
McDonald’s Accidentally Served Up a Minimum Wage “McManifesto”
Marie Antoinette, meet Ronald McDonald.
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Eileen Appelbaum
The Women’s Economic Agenda: A Path to Increased Opportunity and Stronger Economic Growth
Corporate profits have done well in the lopsided recovery and the stock market is hovering near record highs. Working women and men have been left behind, however, as companies have failed to...
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Madeline Ostrander
Dar Williams: Why the Music of Protest Is Still Worth Defending
It’s become fashionable to say that political music is either dead or irrelevant.
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Dana Floberg
When Personalized Becomes Predatory
What do you think of when you hear the words “Internet surveillance”?
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Bill Bigelow
Indiana’s Anti-Howard Zinn Witch-hunt
Howard Zinn , author of A People’s History of the United States, one of the country’s most widely read history books, died on January 27, 2010. Shortly after, then-Governor of Indiana Mitch Daniels...
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