31 October 2000
The chief argument against voting for Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader from black Democrats, organized labor, white liberals and even Marxists, is that he cannot possibly win, and that he could “give” the White House to Bush...
30 October 2000
“Education Works, Prisons Don’t” was the call to action that attracted hundreds of concerned New Yorkers at a Harlem teach-in, sponsored by United New York Black Radical Congress, on October 27-28, 2000. The teach-in brought together...
30 October 2000
The vast majority of African Americans who vote in the November 2000 presidential election will undoubtedly support the Democratic ticket of Al Gore and Joseph Lieberman. The national black political establishment including more than ten...
25 October 2000
"A vote for Nader is a vote for Bush." How quickly the Gore liberals adopt a totalitarian mindset, sounding like Soviet commissars back in the old days who would urge the voters towards a 98 percent turnout for the Communist candidate,...
18 October 2000
Bill Clinton has always been one for the phony reconciliation, the win-win solution, the photo-op deal. The defining moment of his diplomacy was the "handshake" between Rabin and Arafat, offered to the world as the insignia of a decent...
10 October 2000
I was in southern Vermont this last weekend, outside Brattleboro, to speak about Al Gore to a leaf-peepers' dinner at the Kopkind Colony (named for the great radical journalist who died in 1994) and came face to face with one of Gore's big...

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