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Issue 28:
March–April 2003

No blood for oil



No blood for oil, no blood for empireThe "whole world is marching" • The growing transatlantic rift


Bush's budget: Guns over butter
by Bill Roberts

Building the student antiwar movement
by Eric Ruder

Affirmative action: Bush v. racial equality
by Elizabeth Schulte

Abortion rights: the attacks continue
by Sherry Wolf

Protests threaten Bolivian government
by Tom Lewis

Report from the World Social Forum
by Lee Sustar, Lance Selfa, Orlando Sepulveda


U.S. politics in the shadow of war
by Lance Selfa

The invasion of Iraq
by Anthony Arnove

A global fight against war
Interview with Mike Marqusee

Confronting Empire
Arundhati Roy

The betrayal of the Kurds
by Phil Gasper

The truth about Afghanistan
by Nicole Colson

What's at stake in North Korea
David Whitehouse

A new turn in South Korea
Sarah Chang

Labor's war at home
Lee Sustar

Death penalty exposed
Alice Kim

The uses and abuses of Haiti
Interview with James Farmer

REVIEWS: ON a collision course with nature •
When the soldiers refused to fight • Palestine's diaspora
• An American tragedy • Myth of human races • Work hazards
• Wars without end • Roots of terror • Holy warriors

The Revolutionary Ideas of Karl Marx Available from Haymarket Books.

Anarchism and autonomism: Readings from the ISR archive

A critique of insurrectionary anarchism
Geoff Bailey

Comtemporary Anarchism
Eric Kerl

Comtemporary Anarchism: an exchange
Tom Wetzel and Eric Kerl

Problems of autonomism
Claudio Katz

The powerlessness of anti-power: a critique of Change the World Without Taking Power
Paul D'Amato

Emma Goldman: A life of controversy
Lance Selfa

Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War
Geoff Bailey

Anarchists in the Russian Revolution: The Makhno myth
Jason Yanowitz

Empire strikes out: a critique of Hardt and Negri's Empire
Tom Lewis

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