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California's Feminist Socialist Political Party

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Partisan Number 21, September 2005
The Partisan is published by the State Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party at P. O. Box 24764, Oakland, California 94623. Staff for this issue included Shushannah Akin, Tom Condit, Bob Evans, Marsha Feinland, Tom Lacey and Dave Kadlecek.

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Issue No. 21. Closing date September 18, 2005.
1 War Is Hell!
2 Police abuse in the Central Valley
3 Fighting for the right to protest
4 On November 8
5 When 'Raising Consciousness' Ain't Enough
6 Posada Carriles: The U.S. Double Standard On Terrorism
7 Leonard Peltier moved to a new prison
8 College, Not Combat
9 Courage to Resist
10 Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Never Again!
11 No on Proposition 73
12 Proposition 75 is an attack on all working-class people
13 NO on Proposition 76
14 Vote NO on Proposition 77; Say "Yes" to real electoral reform
15 Proposition 80: Can the Energy Genie be Put Back in the Bottle?
16 Vote No on Proposition 78 - Vote Yes on Proposition 79
17 Fresno Copwatch
18 Peace and Freedom candidate runs in 53rd AD special election
19 The fight is on for health care in South Los Angeles
20 Around the Peace and Freedom Party
21 Book Review: Why Is Corporate America Bashing Our Public Schools?
22 Roll back the corporate attack - No on Proposition 74
23 The Real News: What is not on your ballot
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