Cover photo by Fred Felleman and Beth Miller
Issue Number 26 March/April 1997
- Tanker Companies Resist Efforts to Safeguard Washington Waters from Oil Spills.
- by Fred Felleman, MSc
- Is a womb of one's own a thing of the past in Washington?
- by Rebecca Kavoussi
- Seattle police seem to consider bicyclists the new public safety problem.
- by Karen Johanson
- News of sex harrassment allegations may have trouble seeing print in the Arrowhead.
- by Natalia Jenkins
- Declining wages and the inadequacy of the Federal minimum wage have ignited a movement around the country to raise local wages.
- by Mark Gardner
- When "Economic Freedom" Bars Chewing Gum.
- by Norman Solomon
- Thinly veiled sarcasm.
- by Doug Collins
The First Word
Ideas that cut through the BS.
by Doug Nufer
Actual letters from actual readers.
Stadium opinions we couldn't keep to ourselves.
by Nick Licata and Doug Nufer.
Of and relating to labor.
reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
Orwellian language and euphemism in corporate media.
Compiled and edited by Wayne Grytting.
WFP's guide for the other half of your head.
arts review and cultural commentary by Doug Nufer.
Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick.
Your guide to experimental film.
film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.
by Matt Wuerker.
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