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Who was Frederick Douglass?

Born into slavery in the early 1800s, Frederick Douglass became a prominent abolitionist and suffrage campaigner.

Frederick Douglass

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Remembering People's Lawyer Len Weinglass

Len Weinglass

In the great tradition of Clarence Darrow, Charles Garry, Ernest Goodman, William Kunstler, Carol Weiss King, Arthur Kinoy, Constance Baker Motley and Michael Ratner, legendary people’s lawyer Leonard Weinglass defended the poor and disenfranchised who struggled for social justice.

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Trump’s Wall Protectionism

Trump’s Wall

President Trump has now come up with a plan to make Mexico pay for his much-ballyhooed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. One big problem, however, is that his plan doesn’t make Mexico pay for the wall. Instead, it makes Americans pay for his wall.

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The Trump Presidency

Trump Presidency

The whole world seems poised with bated breath and uncertainty in the question of how the Trump Presidency will unfold.

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The Wall of a Dictator

Donald Trump

Yesterday President Donald Trump ordered the construction of his much ballyhooed wall along the U.S-Mexico border to begin. Obviously Trump doesn’t see any need to go to Congress to seek approval for his gigantic, socialist, public-works, multibillion-dollar edifice.

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