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The requested content was deleted with notes: An article carried on your web page and dated Dec 17 is a hoax. Apparently an article published elsewhere -- and based on events that occurred at Dartmouth -- has been doctored and my name substituted for that of a professor there. Please remove the offending, dishonest piece immediately and post an explanation. Thank you. Bruce Levine Professor of History Stevenson College Academic Center University of California, Santa Cruz


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Commentary :: Globalization & Capitalism



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News :: Peace & War

Activists Beaten With Baseball Bats


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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Labor & Economics

Santa Cruz School District Official Proposes Teacher Raise in Lieu of Benefits

A Santa Cruz School District official proposed to teacher union representatives that the district offer a raise instead of health benefits.

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Commentary :: Government & Elections

Bush Beats Brutal Competition to Become Al-Qaida’s “Man of the Year?

Isn’t it funny how the guy who talks the most about defeating terrorists has done the absolute worst job of doing it? Well, no, it’s not, and what’s even more so not funny is that, if the U.S. gets hit again before the election, it would probably condemn us to another four years of the same bad routine. For more details, read on.

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Announcement :: Alternative Media

Radio Libre Antagonista :: Transmitiendo

Radio Libre Antagonista :: Transmitiendo

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LOCAL Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Poverty & Urban Development

The “New Poor? Versus The “Old Poor?: Who Gets Prioritized?

In the aftermath of Florida’s recent barrage of tropical storms, I am sure the “old poor? are slipping under the radar of powers that be, to utilize programs set up for the “new poor.? Programs no one would facilitate for the “old poor.? I saw this in full play after the 7.1 earthquake in 1989 in Santa Cruz, Ca., that collapsed the Oakland freeway. Santa Cruz at that time had a large homeless population. Then the quake hit. And suddenly middle class families were temporarily homeless, due to structural damage to the homes they owned. A shelter was set up at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, with beds, blankets, food and water. We had torrential rains after the quake, so the homeless population showed up to use these cots, dry blankets, food, etc., these things that were set up for middle class quake victims apparently. There was a public uproar when suburban families complained about having to sleep next to “bums? in the shelter. A move was made to separate out the “old poor? from the “new poor,? but it failed. The “old poor? just lied, saying they had been living somewhere that was now ruined. I remember the end result being something like the homeless population took over most of that shelter and the middle class people went somewhere else, probably motels, and the shelter was shut down earlier than it would have been if it had been used by middle class families instead of homeless poor folks.

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media : Civil & Human Rights : Police State

FRSC Raid: More photos


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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media

FRSC Responds to our supporters

Its been two days since the federal government silenced Free Radio Santa Cruz. While many of us were initially stunned by the raid, I can report that our collective sadness and sense of loss is turning to outrage and resolve to resume our normal operations.

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Commentary :: Environment & Food

Impacts, Causes and Effects of North America's Forest Dieback

The following is a brief discussion of the extent and potential impact of America's forest dieback in the immediate future, as well as a discussion of the various causes and scenarios which describe the impact of forest loss on human civilization and the planetary ecosystem.

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LOCAL Review :: Media Criticism

Freak Radio Raid mix1 of many to come!

Special audio mix of FRSC Raid featuring head Nazi Marshall Cheryl Koel and her press confrence.

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