The Guardian
Issue No: 1094June 5, 2002

Editorial: Congratulations!
     ABC Board rejects Liberal Party interference

Sandon picket stands firm
Telstra: Government seeks to trade principles
Alec Campbell:
     active trade unionist not pro-war hero

Government fails to hoodwink
     UN's Woomera inspectors

SA Labor's anti-privatisation policy in doubt
Rio Tinto coughs up big time
Sacked over paperwork for five loafs of bread
Independent media & community control
Israel: legislation against "un-Israeli"
     solidarity

War clouds loom in South Asia
Terror laws. End them, don't amend them
TV Programs Worth Watching
Letters to the editor
Culture and Life
     No Comment!: The Presidential test
     The "free press" at work:
     Bad papers doing nothing
     Arrested, courtesy of McWho?:
     Sponsored criminals
     Legal terrorism: Capitalism's victims
     Stale food: Gorby chops
     Privatisation off the rails: The rot sets in

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