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AmeriCorps: Social Justice through Economic Injustice

It’s been almost 11 months since I wrote an article about struggling with housing in San Jose. It’s been almost a year in California, a year since I drove three thousand miles in an effort to escape my memories of abuse, to escape familiar sights, to do something meaningful while …

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Collectivism at Duke

The Student Union of Michigan recently published an interview with a group of Duke graduate students that contained the unthinkable in a capitalist system, collectivization of wages. The Duke Collective, as they are known, was dissatisfied with the way that the university handled stipends and so decided to take matters …

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Quickies

QUICKIES 10/1/2012

Ikea is in some hot water after leaving women out of its Saudi Arabia catalog. “I am who I am. Who my progenitors had sex with is none of your business. Kindly stop asking.” Governor Brown vetoed a bill that would have provided such lavish extravagances as meal breaks and …

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