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Fault Lines 20 hits the streets!
by Fault Lines! (info [at] faultlines [dot] org)
Wednesday Mar 14th, 2007 2:10 PM
Fault Lines, the bi-monthly newsmagazine of Indybay, has just released another issue of radical political analysis and social commentary. Fault Lines #20 features exclusive articles on war resistors, squat riots, Climate Change, resistance to CAFTA, UC Berkeley's corporate sell-out and much more. Free issues of Fault Lines are available at various locations throughout the Bay Area, or join the Fault Lines crew for a Dinner Distro Party Thursday in SF to grab a stack and distribute it yourself!

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Table of Contents

2 – Fault Lines and the Future of Radical Media
3 – Port Blockade in Tacoma; Weeping Wednesday; War Resisters
4 – BP’s Sticky Situation in Berkeley
5 – PG&E’s Greenwashing Campaign
6 – The Story of the Ungdomshuset Squat Riot
7 – Squatting in the Ruins of Buffalo, NY
8 – Costa Rica’s Continued Resistance to CAFTA
9 – Ireland Stands Against Shell
10 – Climate Change as the Death of Capitalism
12 – Iraq Vets Resist the War
13 – The Mercenary Surge in Iraq
16 – Bay Area Bicycles
18 – Sublime Frequencies
19 – Realizing the Impossible: art against authority
23 – Ten Tips for Radicals
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