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September 2005 Issue:

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Cover Story

Labor Day 2005: Workers in Fight for Their Lives Need Strategy for Victory

On this Labor Day, it is fitting that we stop and look at where we are as workers and as a nation. The world that gave birth to the great Labor Day celebrations of the past is rapidly fading. Labor – that vast expanse of people who live only through their ability to work – is barely recognizable.

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Editorial

Our Youth, the War and the Battle for the Future

The mounting casualties of the Iraq war have aroused important segments of the American people to action. There is growing recognition that the carnage in Iraq foretells the kind of future that the corporate ruling circles and the military have in store for the youth of this country.

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Also In this Issue:

Spirit of the Revolution: World View, Philosophy, and Anti-Globalization

Vision and the Fight for a New World: Imagine Not Having to Worry About Finding a Job

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How the Vote Was Stolen from a Grassroots Detroit City Council Candidate

People’s Tribune Radio - Flipping Radios Across the Country

Fresno Residents Confront Police Abuse and Violence

Fight in California Over Privatization of Public Sector: It’s What’s Happening Across America

Justice Speaking Tour - Speakers for a New America

Dissipating redevelopment's cloud of doom: Low-income tenants organize against displacement by redevelopment

Takeover Vultures Stalk L.A.'s Jefferson High – A Nationwide Problem

Health care: Is the fix on?

Benton Harbor, Michigan: A City Headed for Civil War

Why won’t the government help Michigan?