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Australian Greens An article on privatisation by me in Green Left #174 described me as acting Secretary of the Territory Greens. While that appellation was correct at the time of writing it should be made clear that since then I have resigned
World Orders, Old and New By Noam Chomsky Pluto Press, 1994 311 pp., $34.95 (pb) Reviewed by Phil Shannon "The roots of policy lie deep in firmly established institutional structures of power". Chomsky's latest expedition to uncover the
By Max Lane A general feature of the world economy during 1994 has been an upturn in production. With the exception of Japan, most of the imperialist countries have been achieving a growth rate of 3-5%, and some of the major Third World
By Melanie Sjoberg ADELAIDE — Thousands of workers marched through the city on February 15 to express their frustration and anger at the Brown Liberal government's proposed changes to the workers' compensation scheme, Workcover. The
By Sujatha Fernandes MADRAS — Across India, more than 40 million children work in industries making such products as bangles, fireworks, matches, carpets, glass, hosiery and leather. This figure is an underestimation, since child labour is
Is Every Sperm Sacred? — Written and performed by Irene Stephanou, a South African of Greek descent. A funny and furious dissection of the "new" South Africa. ABC Radio National, Friday, February 24, 9.30pm. Womadelaide live — For all those
They also serve Clerks Written and directed by Kevin Smith Opening in March at the Kino, Melbourne Reviewed by Chantal Wynter and Kelly Jean Clerks is a hilarious film by 24-year-old first time director Kevin Smith. Based on the
Paris is Burning — Award-winning documentary that examines the art of "voguing" and its origins in the black and Latino gay communities of the United States. ABC TV, Friday, February 24, 1am. Actively Radical TV — Community television's
BRISBANE — Queensland Council for Civil Liberties vice-president Terry O'Gorman has blasted a new Criminal Justice Commission report which calls for power for itself and state police to seek Federal Court approval to tap telephones in the course of
By Frank Eckardt HO CHI MINH CITY — Nguyen Rithy Ti is one of a small but increasing number of street children here. He says he left his family two years ago after he had trouble getting along with the grandmother he was sent to live with when

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