What's in the latest Green Left Weekly? #440 March 14, 2001

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Thu Mar 15 03:33:08 MST 2001


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             Green Left Weekly, Australia's socialist newspaper
                                 Issue #440
                              March 14, 2001

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Green Left Weekly provides news, information, opinion and debate from an

environmental and left perspective.

Featured this week: HOW THE RICH GAMBLE WITH OUR LIVES

On May 1, anti-globalisation protesters will beseige stock exchanges
around
Australia. Green Left Weekly explains what these symbols of corporate
capitalism do and why they are being targeted.

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COVER STORY

 * How the rich gamble with our lives

JOIN THE M1 (May 1) BLOCKADES!

 * M1 hits the headlines
 * Protest targets McHypocrisy
 * Global revolt on campus
 * Resistance calls for M1 high school strike
 * May 1 strike launched at Tasmania Uni
 * GLAM comes out at Mardi Gras
 * M1 Canberra to blockade Mining Industry House
 * Sydney M1 activists plan conference

FEATURES

 * AFRICA: Drug companies put profits ahead of lives
 * SOUTH AFRICA: `Every day of delay costs lives'

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

 * CANADA: Police try to intimidate FTAA protesters
 * INDIA: Campaign against globalisation
 * EUROPEAN UNION: Blair and Amato lead attack on UN refugee convention
 * EAST TIMOR: Debate over Constituent Assembly election process
 * KENYA: Another challenge to drug monopolies
 * KOREA: Daewoo struggle seeks international support
 * UNITED STATES: Rich get even richer
 * ACEH: Indonesian military escalates repression
 * INDIA: Communist leader arrested
 * WORLD ECONOMY: Big trouble for Big Auto
 * MEXICO: Zapatista march sparks mass support

ISSUES

 * Democrats and Greens: parties of protest or part of the
establishment?
 * Detention centre inquiries vindicate refugees
 * Behind Forestry Tasmania's locked gates
 * Land clearing a political hot potato
 * Selling nationalism to rip off workers
 * Grrrrr -- Sexism at Griffith Uni

AUSTRALIAN NEWS

 * `S11 spirit' boosts DSP
 * Socialist Alliance launch announced
 * Thousands march on International Women's Day
 * Iraq and Iran targeted for brutal treatment of women
 * `Solutions, not persecution' for sex workers
 * Students resist repression to rally against racism
 * New refugee detention centre planned
 * Mirotone tries to break 35-hour week
 * BHP Coal faces protest as campaign continues
 * Construction workers strike over workplace deaths
 * News briefs
 * Stonemasons get union support
 * Meeting backs Yallourn power workers

CULTURAL DISSENT

 * America's vengeful Vietnam fantasies
 * 3CR S11 CD: An experience that will reawaken your fighting spirit
 * A double indictment


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