Monday, April 16, 2001

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  • Rhoda Berenson On Her Daughter’s Trial in Peru

    When the trial of Lori Berenson began almost a month ago in Peru, she was inthe courtroom behind bars. That set the stage for the trial in which she wasquestioned on the stand for more than 20 hours over 9 days. Now the court isquestioning the man who is seeking a lower sentence by testifying against her.

  • The State of Satire, the Satire of the State

    Some of the political cartoonists you see in the alternative press, in zines,and on the web have gone where no good lefty has gone before: onto thepages of Fortune, Time Magazine, and daily newspapers around the countryincluding the New York Times.

  • Resisting Taxes

    When you pay your federal income tax today, if you do, 47 percent will go tothe military, while only 34 percent goes to human resources. Some people findthat emphasis on war revolting— and that’s what they are doing. These taxrevolutionaries refuse to pay the federal government to support policies theyfind ethically objectionable.

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