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One of the first magazine accounts from the frontline of the protests against the World Trade Organization November in Seattle. Mike Albers gives you a first-hand account of what it was like to be in the midst of choas that eventually erupted in police attacks on protestors and the indiscriminate use of force and chemical deterrents.

Sleepless in Seattle: Reflections on the Protests that Stifled the World Trade Origanization
Mike Albers

Further Thoughts on Seattle
Kevin Zelko

My Mom the Anarchist: A Different Take on Work
Rob Augman

"Give me Your Huddled Masses Yearning to Breath Free" ... So We Can Jail 'Em: Political Prisoners in the United States
Faye Kolly

The Internet and Computer Privacy: An Interview with Richard Smith
Babak Rastgoufard

Who Controls the Past Controls the Future: An Interview with Historian Howard Zinn
Peter Werbe

The Sweet Scienc: A Photo Essay on Amateur Boxing
Matt Average

Resistance is as Natural as Breathing: A Converation with Billie Strain
Basil Elias

One Step Ahead of the Wrecking Ball: A Photo Essay
Chris Boarts Larson

Fight Club: A Critical Review
Robyn Marasco

The Quickening: The Role of the Internet in Creating Global Folklore out of Urban Legends
Mike Wendling

In Constant Pursuit of Blah: Who Needs Sleeping Pills When You Have Mass Media Like This?
Nathan Berg

Oh Baby! Reflections on a First Pregnancy
Jessica Mills

I Don't Want to Dance
Graphics by Fred Thomas

The Art of Pornography
Jane Graham

DIY Coffee Scott from Milwaukee's Feul Cafe Discusses the Ethics and Politics of Owning Your Own Business
Dan Gatewood

How I Learned to Stop Worrying, and Love Coffee
Travis Fristoe

Picking Locks at Saint Peter's Gate:The Hiking Adventures of Alex Coughlin

The Daily Grind: The Stress of Getting from Home to Work and Back Again
Chris Jensen

Three Days in a Van a Cross Section of Tour
Mike In Abandon

I'll Take You There: An Oral and Photographic History of the Hines Farm Blues Club
excerpts from the book by Matthew A. Donahue

Anything Done, Can Be Undone:Confronting White Privilege and Combating Racism
Amy Sonnie

Creativity and Happiness
Vique Martin

Claiming Space: Talking with Graffiti Writers in Columbus OH
Lee Pasado




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