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Monday, April 12, 1999

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  • Noam Chomsky and Edward Said on Kosovo

    NATO struck at Serbia’s industrial heartland today, returning to sites already hard hit in the allied air campaign. As NATO foreign ministers convened today in Belgium for their first meeting since the air strikes began nearly three weeks ago, refugee agencies continue to express deep concern over the more than half-million ethnic Albanians who have left Kosovo, as well as the hundreds of thousands of others displaced within the province. [includes rush transcript]

  • War and Peace in Kosovo

    We now turn to the Socialist Scholars Conference, a historic annual event which this weekend was held in New York, and to a panel discussing war and peace in Kosovo.

  • The War at Home

    Hundreds of thousands of low-income people across the United States have lost their health insurance as a consequence of President Clinton’s 1996 Welfare Reform Act, according to Federal and state officials, and health policy experts. Many people on the welfare-to-work programs have lost Medicaid and are now uninsured even though, under the 1996 law, they should have been able to keep their benefits.

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