Issue Number 15 April/May 1995
Farewell to WFP Co-founder Mark Worth
Cover Art by Christina Sporrong
- The Seattle Commons seems like a great idea, but as the plans go forward the park shrinks, the price tag goes up, and the Commons increasingly looks like a playground for the wealthy.
- by Bernard Regier
- Lone-wolf electrician Kevin Kelly battles to shed light on alleged fraud at top-secret plant.
- by Mark Worth
- The founder of Earth Day talks to the Free Press.
- interview by David Hirning
- A chat with the founders of this innovative endeavor.
- interview by Darlene Rush Allison
- Voters called for change last November, but did they really want to destroy our environment and social structure?
- by Free Press Staff
- Why you should be concerned about Agriculture Legislation.
- John Fawcett-Long
- A major local corporation partakes in the modern Caste System.
- by John Ambrosavage
- Initiative 641 could be the first step to National Referendums, but Philadelphia II, the initiative's organizers are having trouble at the state level.
- by Mark Gardner
- Boeing is being paid to keep B-2 Bomber production lines "warm".
- News analysis by Eric Nelson
The First Word
Ideas that cut through the bullshit.
by Mark Gardner
Actual letters from actual readers.
How humans treat their surroundings, each other, themselves.
Of and relating to labor.
reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Matt Robesch and Free Press Staff.
Regional writers in review.
literary review by Kent Chadwick.
music reviews by Lance Davis.
Your guide to experimental film.
film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.
Your Cosmic Lotto Numbers
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