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  • [[Category:Corporate front groups]]
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  • [[File:Beat-up-bike-on-hawthorne.JPG|thumb|Beat up bike spotted in front of [[Common Grounds Coffee House]], 4321 SE [[Hawthorne Boulevard]].]] ...Two admirers of the commons enjoy a leisurely morning in the micropark in front of Powell's Books at NW Couch Street and 11th Avenue.]]
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  • ''Local MediaWiki & Wikipedia Discussion Groups!''<br /> ''Local MediaWiki & Wikipedia Discussion Groups, Anyone?''<br />
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  • ...le” citizens. They are found within the ranks of our heads of state, our corporate chieftains, our major politicians, our high-profile religious leaders, our ...sk_out_of_democracy.html?id=_UrtQ89Kp3YC Taking the Risk Out of Democracy: Corporate Propaganda versus Freedom and Liberty]</ref><ref>''[[wikipedia:Manufacturin
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  • ...community. The project’s organizing focus is to connect individuals and groups living in particular communities with each other, and to also connect these ...on identifying free or freely available technologies that individuals and groups within a given community can use to assist them with their organizing goals
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  • ...ent banking / corporate greed. Gathering downtown has been making news but corporate heads & stockholders laugh from their estates as we camp out in the rain be ......) Rising Tide is an international, all-volunteer, grassroots network of groups and individuals who organize locally, promote community-based solutions to
    23 KB (3,674 words) - 00:51, 2 November 2011
  • ...ent banking / corporate greed. Gathering downtown has been making news but corporate heads & stockholders laugh from their estates as we camp out in the rain be ......) Rising Tide is an international, all-volunteer, grassroots network of groups and individuals who organize locally, promote community-based solutions to
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  • == Front Groups, Propaganda and Suppression == [[Category:Corporate front groups]]
    2 KB (212 words) - 17:24, 24 January 2012
  • ...d, it means the dark night of corporate totalitarianism. If we win, if the corporate state is unmasked, it can be destroyed.|[http://truth-out.org/news/item/163 * [http://www.facebook.com/groups/cityhalloccupyvigil/permalink/159476190823550/ A Call for Mass Action Again
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  • ...out in large numbers at a hearing to oppose the project. For environmental groups in the region, this looks like the culmination of a well-coordinated effort .../2012/12/protesters_decry_nike_bill_as.html Protesters decry Nike bill as 'corporate welfare']
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  • ...l and economic forces who demanded, and quickly received, massive bank and corporate bailouts. Students and parents from the [[Harriet Tubman Leadership Academy ...de what isn't..." He also suggested the committee "bring unions, community groups, and, of course, the various constituencies of the Occupy Movement together
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