Issue Number 18 October/November 1995

A Free Press Special Edition:

Focus on Labor

Cover Art by Jim Gibbs

Go North, Young Worker!
Progressive politics and strong unions help to make B.C. a better place for workers.

by Doug Collins and Gloria Hubacker

Laidlaw to Seattle School Bus-Drivers:
Go to the Back, Sit Down and Shut Up

Drivers' best hope for getting a pension plan now lies with the Seattle School District.

by Gloria Hubacker and Doug Collins

Slaves of the State
Prison laborers do time in factories with fences.

by Paul Wright

Seattle Activists Kick Off Labor Party Effort

by Mike Blain

Teachers Work to Revive Labor Education

by Stephanie Tate


The Trashing of Compromise?

Q&A With Norm Buske

Shopping Daze at the Stupormall


Election '95

1995 Seattle Human Rights Film Festival

The Meter Is Up

Breast Cancer and Environmental Toxins

God Stories


Mail Actual letters from actual readers.

Free Thoughts Opinions we couldn't keep to ourselves.

Quick Hits Small stories about big news.

EnviroWatch How humans treat their surroundings, each other, themselves.

Working 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 Free Press Staff.

Hearing Aids

music reviews by Lance Davis.

Northwest Books Regional writers in review.

literary reviews by Doug Collins and Doug Baker

Reel Underground Your guide to experimental film.

film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.





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