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    FRONTLINES, the newspaper of the Left http://www.sf-frontlines.com Schwarzenegger: Sex, Drugs, Hitler and GOP crisis LOS ANGELES- Arnold Schwarzenegger s
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      FRONTLINES, the newspaper of the Left
      http://www.sf-frontlines.com

      Schwarzenegger: Sex, Drugs, Hitler and GOP crisis

      LOS ANGELES- Arnold Schwarzenegger's gubernatorial campaign has been
      marred with contradictions since its inception. Was he a moderate
      Republican who was liberal on social issues and conservative on fiscal
      issues?

      Hardly. The man soon condemned undocumented immigrants, stated that he
      had supported the anti-immigration Prop 187 and said that he would
      rescind the right for non-citizens to obtain drivers licenses. He
      brought into the core of his campaign right wing former governor Pete
      Wilson and Wilson's team.

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      Yes to the Recall of Gray Davis, Vote Peter Camejo for Governor
      Vote NO on Proposition 54

      On October 7, voters - particularly workers, the oppressed, and youth -
      in California have an historic opportunity to exercise a limited
      democratic right to reject a sitting Democratic Party Governor.

      Governor Gray Davis should be recalled because of his neo-liberal
      economic measures, his disregard for the civil rights of minorities, his
      inability to deal with the energy crisis last year and his attempts to
      impose regressive taxation on workers (i.e. the new car tax).

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      The Re-Awakening of the Global Antiwar Movement?
      By Gina Alvarez
      With material from agencies

      LONDON - Ten of thousands of protesters demanding an end to the
      occupation of Iraq took to the streets last Saturday in San Francisco,
      London, Athens, Paris and other cities around the world, calling for the
      withdrawal of troops and chanting slogans attacking the U.S. and British
      governments.

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