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August 24, 2010

1. USC President Max Nikias and Championing Democracy –An excavation of Nikias’s laudable background of spreading democracy. By Max

2. Profiles in Power: USC’s Board of Trustees: “The War Profiteer” By Lis

3. No Justice, No Peaceful Rest for Oscar Grant III – In an analysis of the troubling case of Oscar Grant Alix sheds a critical light on the US justice system. By Alix

4. Sex on the Row – Danger lurks. This informative guide will help you navigate the culture. By Thumper

5. Glance to Stare: Violence Against Women in Numbers – A brief statistical look at domestic violence, rape, and sex slavery. By Anngie

6. The Anarchist Option A short introduction to anarchism. By Max

7. A Dialogue between Archos and Philanarchos: Dialogue One – In the spirit of Bishop George Berkeley’s 1713 Thee Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous: in Opposition to Skeptics and Atheists, Jonathan V. examines popular political belief, the promises of non-hierarchical visions of society and anarchism in an accessible format. By Jonathan V

8. A Peace of the Anarchy Documentary Review By Lis

9. Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Fallujah: against uranium induced mutilation—against barbarism The use of depleted uranium munitions by the US in Fallujah has led to staggeringly high rates of birth defects, infant mortality, and cancer. By Javier Sethness

10. List of radical student groups at USC

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