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Blaming the Victims of the Recession
The public welfare system
U.S. Border Agents Charged with Abuses
News from the US-Mexico border
Census Bureau Puts Lid on Iraqi Casualties
Government censoring statistics
No Refuge for Haitians
The American attitude toward Haiti
Making Life Accessible
Disability rights activists didn't waste any time.
The Cry of the Poor
The gathering of the EATWOT
1992: Reading the Signs of the Times
In case the rush of the holidays prevented you from having time to read our last issue, let me repeat that this new column is devoted to covering the groundswell of creative grassroots activity...
Repression in Burma Continues Despite World Attention
Human rights in Burma
Nicaragua Drops World Court Case
International aid flows to Nicaragua
Southern Plantations Revisited
The plantation mentality of the Old South is alive and well on the Sea Islands off the coast of South Carolina -- literally.
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