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  • The Craving for Democracy

    Craving real democracy, many people are unwilling to participate in an electoral game that does not provide any form of genuine popular control over decisions that affect people's well-being and freedom.

  • Tough Lessons for Rahm

    The number of black educators in Chicago's public schools dropped precipitously. With actions that disproportionately affected black teachers, that pattern continued under Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

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Spain to Accept Rescue From Europe for Its Ailing Banks

By Raphael Minder, Paul Geitner and Nicholas Kulish, The New York Times News Service | Report

Economic Update: A Successful Worker Co-op Examined

By Richard D Wolff, Economic Update / Truthout | Radio Segment

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Suicides Outpacing War Deaths for Troops

By Timothy Williams, The New York Times News Service | Report

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The Kochs' Double Whammy

By Robert Greenwald, Brave New Foundation | News Analysis

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Ruling Clears Way for 9/11 Health Fund to Cover Cancers

By Anemona Hartocollis, The New York Times News Service | Report

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Approval Rating for Supreme Court Hits Just 44 Percent in New Poll

By Adam Liptak and Allison Kopicki, The New York Times News Service | Report
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61012spain cat

Spain to Accept Rescue From Europe for Its Ailing Banks

By Raphael Minder, Paul Geitner and Nicholas Kulish, The New York Times News Service | Report

Economic Update: A Successful Worker Co-op Examined

By Richard D Wolff, Economic Update / Truthout | Radio Segment

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Suicides Outpacing War Deaths for Troops

By Timothy Williams, The New York Times News Service | Report

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The Kochs' Double Whammy

By Robert Greenwald, Brave New Foundation | News Analysis

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Ruling Clears Way for 9/11 Health Fund to Cover Cancers

By Anemona Hartocollis, The New York Times News Service | Report

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Approval Rating for Supreme Court Hits Just 44 Percent in New Poll

By Adam Liptak and Allison Kopicki, The New York Times News Service | Report