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Online Essays and Texts
Corporate Accountability, a collection of websites with good resources on corporate governance and holding corporations accountable
Health Care, a collection of articles and resources on the need for universal health coverage.
What's the Matter With Texas? Jim Cullen writes that a populist agenda is needed to recover the economy.
How two elections changed America: Robert Parry writes that two clandestine operations during hard-fought presidential elections of the past half century shaped the modern American political era, but they remain little known to the general public and mostly ignored by historians. One unfolded in the weeks before Election 1968 and the other over a full year before Election 1980.
BUSINESS SENSE, COMMON SENSE AND HEALTH CARE: Morton Mintz writes on corporate America's turn from resisting to embracing national health care. From speech at at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, April 11, 2007.
9/11 and Aftermath of the Terror Attack on
the United States.
Populist Call, by Ronnie Dugger
The New Cold War, by Ronnie Dugger, at
a public forum on the Multilateral Agreement on Investments.
The WTO and Globaloney,
a speech by Jim Hightower at a rally on the perils of the World Trade
Democrats Should Fight For, by Edward Kennedy
in a Secular World, by Eugene J. McCarthy
Ames Platform for Agrarian Populism, 1995, by the National Family
Why Conservatives Would Not Allow a Farm Plan that Insures
Fairness and Income Stability
Money: A Populist Perspective, Lawrence Goodwyn, William Greider
and Tom Schlesinger talk about the Populist movement of the 1890s and
the prospects for financial reform today.
Policy Options for a New Rural America, a 2001 report by the Federal
Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Fairness Agenda for
America, drafted by several dozen progressive organizations
comprising the Progressive Challenge.
from the Birmingham Jail, by Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King
wrote the letter in August 1963 in response to a public statement of
concern and caution issued by eight white religious leaders of the
South, while he was imprisoned as a participant in nonviolent
demonstrations against segregation. It remains timely today.
for those who wish Obama would finally issue a resounding indictment of the corporatists.
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