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Tuesday, June 22, 1999 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Stealing Two Tires Leads to Life Without Parole for 17...
1999-06-22

International Socialist Organization Conference

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The U.S. spent millions of dollars to engage in war in the Balkans, yet millions of people have no food, housing or healthcare. On June 17-20 at DePaul University in Chicago, hundreds of activists from around the country came to the International Socialist Organization’s Socialist Summer School. Conference organizers said that the purpose of the conference — which included discussions on labor history, women’s liberation and other subjects — was to arm a new generation of activists with the ideas they need to help change today’s world.

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  • Comments from ISO conference participants.

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