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Thursday, 19 November 2015

School Privatization in the Alternative Press

Selected bibliography on the privatization of public education in United States found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 20 Nov 2015Permalink

Monday, 26 October 2015

The LIBOR Interest Rate Scandal in the Alternative Press

A selected bibliography of recent articles on LIBOR interest rate manipulation by banks found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 27 Oct 2015Permalink

Thursday, 08 October 2015

Socialism in the Alternative Press

Selected bibliography of recent articles concerning socialism found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 09 Oct 2015Permalink

Sunday, 27 September 2015

Occupy in the Alternative Press

A selected bibliography of recent articles on the Occupy movement found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 28 Sep 2015Permalink

Monday, 24 August 2015

Arun Gupta in the Alternative Press

A selected bibliography of articles by former APC staff member Arun Gupta found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 25 Aug 2015Permalink
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Chicago Reporter

Publisher
Community Renewal Society
Publisher URL
Editors
Alysia Tate
Total Circulation
6
Circulation Region
regional
Listed Since
1972
ISSN
0300-6921
OCLC
1354575
Readership
General readers and activists interested in urban politics and social policy in Chicago
Reviewed In
  • Utne Reader 56 (Mar-Apr 1993): 115.

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