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'Santa Cruz -- Corporate control and cultural exclusion or OPEN CITY?'

'\"Which is the worse crime
to outlaw public space

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'Each day we are beat up even though no one actually hits us. \r\n\r\nEveryday someone is choking us even though there are no hands around our throat.\r\n\r\nToday the tourists leave town in slow mass of running autos returning to face 5 days of traffic so they can sit in traffic on the weekend going to that culture center 1 hour 30 minutes to 3 hours away. They leave this town socially and environmentally polluted.\r\n\r\nTomorrow will be better. Although wealth does enable comfort it does not enable Freedom and contentment those can only be found by truly living.\r\n\r\nThanks to the author for reminding us all of how complete the system in this country is and in doing that reminding of how incomplete most of us all feel. \r\n\r\nEventually...soon...close...we all may live cooperatively through partipation...\r\n\r\nThanks what an incredible piece...'


'It is the people in countries outside of the US who suffer intolerable acts without recourse who are the unprivilidged. The people who dare to stand up to there governments without a legal backing. The ones whos friends and relatives have been killed but keep working for social change. \r\n\r\nI struggle with the fact that I was born in this country full of privilidge even though we plunder it...\r\n\r\nMy thoughts are with all people throughout the world that struggle against systems that do not have a \"legal\" recourse like we all do here. At least on paper...supposedly'


'Wanted to send a deep apology for the word slavery above. Clearly we in this country do not suffer the crazy injustices than many of the folks in this country had to go. I completely apologize for the strong words. Sorry.\r\n\r\nIn my mind I was drawing a line between the eygytions building graves for the elite-pharaohs. Just like many of us build large tombs for the modern day pharaohs. We know who they are. \r\n\r\nThe correct term I should have used was indentured servants which is what we see in Northern New England. Sorry I did not clearly write what I felt.'


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