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September 2008 Issue:

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THEN AND NOW…WHY THE AMERICAN DREAM HAS BECOME A NIGHTMARE

In 1953, General Motors chief executive Charles E. “Engine Charlie” Wilson famously declared, “…what was good for the country was good for General Motors and vice versa…” That quote was immediately adapted and marketed by corporate media to become the popularly spoken slogan, “What’s good for General Motors is good for America.” And why not, they argued. GM at the time was the biggest and most profitable company in the world, directly employing 600,000 workers. It dominated the automobile manufacturing industry.......  more





 



Also In this Issue:

Taking A Stand For What Makes Us Human

Then and Now…Why The American Dream Has Become a Nightmare

Praise Gathering To Help The Homeless

No More Feasting On The Poor

Separate Courts and The Corruption 0f Restorative Justice

Dos Rios

Hundreds Stand Against Racism in Louisiana Neighborhood

The Plight of the Homeless at Franklin School Shelter

Poor Magazine’s First Annual
TAKING BACK THE LAND CEREMONY


The Eviction

Labor Day 2008: The workers built this country and we should run it!

New Orleans – One Day To Gustave

A Perfect Capitalist Disaster

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Courts’ Doors, for the Poor, are CLOSED

VOICES FROM BENTON HARBOR, MI


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