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Musical revolutionary Loving VibrationRas Midas and the BridgeJML Music ProductionSend US$18 to PO Box 7504, Santa Cruz, CA 95061, USAE-mail <voiceluv@cruzio.com> Review by Norm Dixon Contrary to popular myth, left-wing reggae — in
Actively Radical TV — Sydney community television's progressive current affairs producers tackle the hard issues from the activist's point of view. CTS Sydney (UHF 31), every Thursday, 10pm and Saturday, 7pm. Ph 9565 5522. Access News —
Move defeated for public service campaign against sackings Move defeated for public service campaign against sackings By Chris Slee The tax section council of the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) met in Sydney from October 23 to 26.
You're looking at it. This is our latest initiative — four pages (and the back cover) in Green Left each week specifically covering issues and features of concern to young people, by and for young people. Here's what you can expect: features and
Get Another GripBy Kaz CookeMelbourne: Text Publishing, 1998. 258 pp., $17.95 (pb) Review by Phil Shannon Earth scientists' monitoring instruments have been reporting a sudden increase in rumblings and disturbances in the Australian political
By Anneli Tolvanen MANAGUA — November 2 is the Day of the Dead in Nicaragua, when the cemeteries fill with family members decorating the graves of their loved ones. The day could not have begun with more disturbing scenes of death. The worst
NSW forest decision The Carr government this week is making a final decision on the future of the forests of NE NSW. This government is at a cusp, it will be remembered for what it does now either as the first truly environmentally visionary
This week in history November 12, 1927: Trotsky expelled from Soviet Communist Party Identifying a bureaucratic degeneration of the Soviet Union led by Stalin, Leon Trotsky began organising an opposition in 1926. Stalin deprived Trotsky of his
By Leo Wellin Following the public endorsement by telecommunications industry union officials of a Telstra enterprise agreement many workplace delegates consider rotten, union militants are preparing a "Vote No" campaign for the staff ballot on the
By Arrow Tong School is oppressive. There are no two ways about it. For one, school (and students) are supposed to be "apolitical" — and school authorities try to keep it that way. Political repression tries to keep us quiet whenever we do take a

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