Friday, March 20, 1998

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  • Redwood Activist

    For the last 100 days, environmental activist Julia Butterfly has been perched 180 feet high in 1000-year-old Redwood tree in Northern California.

  • Commercialization of Schools

    Berkeley High School in California’s Bay Area is the latest school to be swept headlong into the national debate over the role of advertising in public schools.

  • Ponce Massacre

    The House vote earlier this month on the future of Puerto Rico’s status sparked renewed interest in the oldest and largest colony of the United States.

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