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|January 20, 2007||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
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UPDATED Weekly editorials by economist Fred FoldvaryArticles by Professor Mason GaffneyA Biography of Mohandas K. GandhiThis Column Makes Your Blood Boil — Junk EconomicsHow the Economy Can
|March 19, 2005||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
Violence and the Destruction of Property
by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor
Some protestors have been destroying property when they protest and demonstrate. The mass protests and marches opposing the war in Iraq and the World Trade Organization involved property damage, and some animal-rights and environmentalist activists have destroyed property. In demonstrations, they often pick targets that happen to jus
|January 5, 2010||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Bucking the Trend, Some Powers Did the Right Thing
Nine Ways and Places that People Spread Peace
This review of 2009 was gleaned from various news services around the world and made up an issue of the newsletter, Good News Service, #15: Nov-Dec, by the Peace & Social Concerns Committee, Monthly Meeting of Friends in Ottawa. It was circulated in a ThirsterGram by fellow Portlander (Oregon) Robert Textor, organizer o
|February 3, 2002||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
IMF and World Bank Are Spinning Out of Control THE AWAKENING IN WASHINGTON
A first-hand report from Alanna Hartzok. As she modestly says, “The following is just one of nearly 50,000 stories now being told about the history making Mobilization for Global Justice movement which hit the streets, churches, synagogues, and universities of Washington, DC from April 8 – 17, 2000.”
by Alanna Hartzok
|December 31, 2003||Posted by Staff under The Progress Report|
Empowering People, Not Elites
Interview with Saul Alinsky, Part Eight
Saul Alinsky is, along with Thomas Paine, Henry George, and Dorothy Day, one of the great American leaders of the nonsocialist left.
Response to our earlier article dealing with Alinsky has been so great that we worked to obtain this extensive interview with him, conducted by Playboy magazine in 1972. It is, by far, the most detailed conversation with A