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By Brandon Astor Jones [African-Americans] ... must not make the mistake of the German Jews, who assumed that if the German nation received some of them as intellectual and social equals, the whole group would be safe. It took only a
Electricity privatisation in Wellington By Max Anderson WELLINGTON — With less than a month to go before the Wellington City Council makes a decision on the issue, the Save Capital Power group is rallying public support for its campaign
Directed By David Cronenberg Screenplay by David Henry Hwang Featuring Jeremy Irons, John Lone and Ian Richardson Reviewed by L. Pradhan M.Butterfly opens in Beijing in 1964, where Rene Gallimard (Jeremy Irons) is a lowly accountant in
By Jon Land Supporters of Bougainville have sharply condemned the June 8 Senate report on the Australian parliamentary delegation's visit to Bougainville in April. "The Loosley report makes no mention of the fact that Australian arms, money
By Jose Ramos Horta Ninoy Aquino was gunned down on the tarmac of the airport now honouring his name. I first met Ninoy in the early 80s when he addressed a human rights meeting at Colombia University in New York. I was most impressed and
By Nick Sudakov The Whitsunday branch of the Queensland Greens has called on the federal government and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) to take immediate action to protect the reefs fringing the Whitsunday Islands.
Paving over Pyrmont? Concrete City, a documentary film about Pyrmont, the small urban Sydney community which is to host the world's largest gambling casino as part of a huge urban consolidation, will be launched at the Mandolin Cinema on June
You may be surprised to learn that over one in 10 of Green Left Weekly subscribers are from rural areas. On the whole, these are areas where Green Left is not sold on the street. Subscribing to Green Left in these towns involves a very conscious
By Jon Land The first Asia Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET), held in Manila, brought together representatives of human rights and solidarity organisations from across the world to speak out against the continued illegal occupation of
Youth workers 'evil': cop By Sean Healy PERTH — Retiring Police Superintendent Kevin Moran has called for a royal commission to investigate youth workers and their "evil" impact on society and young people. "The youth industry in

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