Issue Number 29 September/October 1997
- Three perspectives on the expanding prison industry.
- by Free Press contributors
- America's new sub-minimum wage underclass
- by Ray Goforth
- Families and Education Levy up for renewal.
- by Rebecca Kavoussi
- WFP picks in the six key Seattle races.
- by Free Press staff
- Northwesterners help stop death squad attacks.
- by Joe Sperry
- Bush's post-Presidential activities benefit Rev. Moon.
- by Norman Solomon
- [includes information on how you can receive free copies of books by Solomon]
- Ross Gelbspan's new book turns up the heat.
- interview by Patrick Mazza
- West Coast-based comic brings his political eye to Seattle in October
- interview by Matt Robesch
- Chronically unemployed? Get a job as a career counselor!
- by J. Pleh
Reader Mail Actual letters from actual readers.
Working Of and relating to labor. reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
American Newspeak Orwellian language and euphemism in corporate media. Compiled and edited by Wayne Grytting.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by John Gorrell and Doug Nufer
Northwest Books Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick and Cydney Gillis.
Reel Underground Your guide to experimental
film. film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz and Lori Wahlers
Cartoon Page 'Toons by Marian Henley and Matt Wuerker.
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