Socialist ViewPoint and analysis for working people

September/October 2005 • Vol 5, No. 7 •

Editor’s Page

Behind the AFL-CIO Split: Signs of Big Changes to Come

U.S. Labor

The AFL-CIO and the Iraq War

By James Petras

Nurse’s Union Leader:
‘The Top 10 Problems in the Labor Movement’

By Rose Ann Demoro

Workers, Artists and the AFL-CIO Split

By Mike Alewitz

Interview With Andrew Stern

By Ron Insana

Transport Workers Solidarity Committee
Honor Airport Workers Picket Lines!

United States

Truth from New Orleans: A Community Organizer Reports

By Malik Rahim

The Truth Unfolds: More than a ‘Natural Disaster,’
Poor Were Not Allowed to Leave

By Bonnie Weinstein

Big Oil’s Bigtime Looting

By Derrick Z. Jackson

They Are Dying at This Moment

By Brandy Baker

Fidel Castro Reiterates Cuban Friendship to the United States

Dangerous Incompetence

By Cindy Sheehan

US Is Starting to Lose Its Grip on Asia

By Victor Mallet


It Will Be a Great Day
When the Navy Has to Hold a Bake Sale to Buy a Ship

By Tom Crumpacker

Howard Zinn’s play Marx in Soho

By Bonnie Weinstein

Winter Soldier

By Robert Davis


How Can the US Ever Win, When Iraqi Children Die Like This?

By Robert Fisk

The London Bombing: A Truth is Struggling to be Heard

By John Pilger


New Unity a Good Beginning

By Bonnie Weinstein

Joint Demo, Sheehan, Moveon, Hayden

By Stan Goff

The Rise of the Democratic Police State

By John Pilger

In Solidarity With Cindy Sheehan

By Bonnie Weinstein

The Unraveling of the U.S. Military

By Zia Mian

The ‘Suicide bombers:’ The Sacred and the Profane

By James Petras


Watching the Gazan Fiasco: The Shame of It All

By Jennifer Loewenstein

The Plan for Genocide in Gaza and Judaization in Galilee

By Julie Saad

Latin America

From Havana to Caracas and Beyond

By Derrick O’Keefe

Posada Withdraws Asylum Petition

By Tom Crumpacker

Cuban Science: Viva la Revolution!

By Jim Giles

Three by Mumia Abu Jamal:

Inheriting an Imperial Nightmare

When ‘Raising Consciousness’ Ain’t Enough

The Mama and the War President


David Weiss, 1911 or 1912-2005

By Vivian Gilbert-Strell

Arsenal of Marxism

The Political Meaning of the AFL-CIO Merger

By Tom Kerry
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