Cover Art by John Ambrosavage
Issue Number 25 January/February 1997
- The price of corporate welfare in Seattle.
- by John V. Fox
- So how do you like 'Managed Care' so far?
- by Stuart Bramball, M.D.
- Public schools give military recruiters a dishonorable discharge.
- by Michael Dedrick
- Taking advertising seriously.
- by Fiona Morgan
- Presenting the 1996 winners.
- by Wayne Grytting
- Making cents of '96 election expenditures.
- by Norman Solomon
- Lyrics from the folk song 'All They Want to Talk About.'
- by Jim Page
- Review of The New American Splendor.
- by Bob Pavlik
- Cops are coming for your phones.
- by Bo Richardson
Actual letters from actual readers.
Small stories about big news.
Opinions we couldn't keep to ourselves.
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.
Compiled and edited by Free Press staff.
Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick
Your guide to experimental film.
film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.
by Ron & Emily Austin.
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