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Issue Number 21 April/May 1996
- Globalization! Downsizing! Stagnating wages! God help us!!
- by Free Press staff
- A proposed gravel pit near the Stillaguamish River has residents riled.
- by Mary Ann Kae
- Is the luring of pro sports teams just another form of corporate welfare?
- by Nick Licata
- Deregulation + consolidation = bad news for America's radiowaves.
- by Norman Solomon
- The issue of same-sex marriages is more complicated than you'd think.
- by Richard Jackman
- Backers of proportional representation want to change the way members of the Seattle City Council are elected.
- by Herm Ross
- A coalition tries to bring a wider choice to the '96 election.
- by Andy Bauck
- A new mass-transit plan slams progress into reverse.
- by Aaron Ostrom
- As old-growth logging resumes on the Olympic Peninsula, mad-as-hell protesters aren't taking it anymore.
- by David Atcheson and Doug Collins
Ideas that cut through the BS.
Actual letters from actual readers.
Of and relating to labor.
reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
How humans treat their surroundings, each other, themselves.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Eric Nelson.
Your musical guide.
Thoughts on music by Lance Davis.
Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick and Mark Worth
Your guide to experimental film.
film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.
Quotes of the Month
Things people said.
a cartoon by Marian Henley
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