Don't Mourn, Organize!

December 2004
Guild Notes;Winter2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p3
The article reports that U.S. President George W. Bush has announced that he has capital and that he intends to spend it. This bodes ill for poor Americans, workers, senior citizens and people of color. It is a disaster for international peace. In a sense a funeral atmosphere is appropriate, because tens of thousands of people will die as a result of Bush's election. The article presents a list of major problems faced by Americans that include the growing percentage of the population below the poverty line, the expansion of the low-wage, two-job sector of the labor force, malnutrition and hunger, the AIDS pandemic, breast cancer, and the deteriorating state of public education.


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