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Double Issue Vol. 34 No. 2 & No. 3

Features:  Labor Against the War; Fighting Wal-Mart in Chicago; Organizers' Forum: Elections 2004

Vol. 39 No. 2

Features:  A Community Organizer's Tale:  People & Power in San Francisco; Citizen Wealth:  The Campaign to Save Working Families; An Economy of Faith; North of Poverty:  Community Labor Organizing & Living Wage Campaigns in Canada

Vol. 39 No. 3

Features:  Timebanking as a Catalyst for Community and Economic Regeneration; A New, New Deal: How Regional Activism Will Re-Shape the American Labor Movement; The Saga of the Smithfield Workers in Tar Heel, NC; The Community Organizer Genealogy Project; A Close Look at the Work of Michael Yates; Reports on Organizing in Thailand and Europe.

Vol. 39 No. 4

Features:  Community Organizing Goes Green, The Philadelphia Security Workers Union, Staley the Fight for a New Labor Movement, Guilty on All Counts:  The Death Penalty in America Today, Reports from Thailand and Burma, Pedro Alvarado on Immigrant Rights in Phoenix

Vol. 40 No. 1

Features:  How the UFW and other Organizing "Incubators" Build Grassroots Power, Democratizing Cleveland:  The Rise and Fall of Community Organizing in Cleveland, Ohio 1975-1985; Strengthening Democracy, Increasing Opportunities: Impacts of Advocacy, Organizing and Community Engagement in Los Angeles County.

Vol. 40 No. 3

Features:  Wall Street and our Campaign to Decriminalize Immigrants; Then, Overnight, It is Washed Away; The History of Day Labor Organizing in Los Angeles; Why Judges Should be Elected; What's Wrong with Electing Judges; The Dark Side of Family Business; The United States Social Forum and its Window into Organizing

Vol. 40 No. 4

Features:  Hotel Organizing in Los Angeles; Recovery Organizing in New Orleans; Organizers' Forum Reports from Vietnam; Winnability Debate; Understanding Debt; Building Coalitions

Vol. 41 No. 2

Features:  Vermont Breakthrough; Green Development in Buffalo; Reflections on Immigration Reform; Powerful Sister Cityhood; Lessons from Indian Women's Movement; Disillusion with Democracy in Brazil; Egyptian Education Spurs Revolution

Vol. 41 No. 3

Features:  Daniel HoSang on Anti-Racism Lessons from California; Rich Stolz on Lessons from the Immigration Reform Campaign; David Livingstone on the Manufacturing Meltdown; Jeremy Brecher on the Naugatuck Valley Project in Connecticut; James Lorence on the Unemployed Peoples' Movement in Georgia; John Bauman on PICO in Rwanda & Central America from Global Grassroots; Wade Rathke on the Continuing Fight to Rebuild New Orleans from Battle for the Ninth Ward.

Vol. 41 No. 4

Features:  Steve Early on Union Reform Movements from Mineworkers to Teamsters and CWA; Joseph McCartin on the Impact of Reagan's PATCO Strikebreaking from Collision Course; Donata Secondo and Josh Lerner on Participatory Budgeting in New York City; Melanie Craxton and Wade Rathke on Unfair Fairtrade; International Organizers' Forum Special Report on the Revolution in Egypt; Special Reports from New York, Miami and Oakland on the Occupy Movement

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