Green Left Weekly, issue #588, July 7, 2004

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 07/07/2004 - 21:05

Who's afraid of Michael Moore?

The June 26-27 opening weekend of Michael Moore's new documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, confirmed the nightmares of US President George Bush's supporters. Despite the right-wing's best efforts to derail the Fahrenheit juggernaut, in a single weekend it became the highest grossing documentary in US history.

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International News

# Who's afraid of Michael Moore?

# EUROPEAN UNION: Voters punish their governments

# INDIA: Grassroots activists murdered, persecuted

# IRAQ: Bremer bequeaths a hollow sovereignty

# IRAQ: Resistance ends US occupation of Baquba

# UNITED STATES: Greens jump on `anybody but Bush' bandwagon

# In brief

# WEST PAPUA: A struggle for human rights

# CANADA: Voters reject the right

# HONG KONG: 530,000 protest China

# VENEZUELA: `We have eliminated illiteracy'

# SOUTH AFRICA: Activists fight eviction by ANC council

# UNITED STATES: Cuba offers to save 3000 lives

# VENEZUELA: Bolivarian revolution to face the people on August 15

Regular Features

# Loose cannons

# Write on: Letters to the editor

# Chris Kelly cartoon

Comment and Analysis

# Will backflips cost Labor the election?

# Clear-felling in Tasmania: an environmental catastrophe

# Report exposes dangers for sex workers

# `Sovereignty, not sorry'

# Nursing cuts make us sick

# This is Codka Dhallinyaradda Soomaaliyeed

# Border protection fight `obscene joke'

# Rights bill: toothless tiger

# Nuclear dump opponents smell victory.

# OUR COMMON CAUSE: Civil rights suspended: Labor nods yes

# Homophobia: a matter of life and death

# One Mile Dam under threat

# Katie Ball

# Guilty of being Muslim

# SHOCKFACTS: Indigenous health and welfare

# What does Iraq mean for us?

# Socialists: `we won't keep the cash'

# Raul Bassi: Socialist Alliance candidate for Blaxland

# Zoe Kenny: Socialist Alliance candidate for Melbourne.

# Tom Flanagan: the Socialist Alliance candidate for Page.

Cultural Dissent

# Finding Brisbane's radical heart

# Sex, lies and Bill Clinton's book

# Dawn of the Dead

# Jumping at gay shadows

Australian News

# Thousands attend meeting on Iraq war

# Candidates address Parramatta meeting

# Aboriginal control of Aboriginal affairs

# FoE turns 30!

# `Troops out' rallies mark fake hand-over

# Save the Daly

# Tasmanian casino workers strike

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