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February 18, 2013
Will Obama Listen to Growing Movement to Stop Tar Sands Pipeline?
Washington DC climate change rally brings 35,000 protestors together, but activists question if real change in Obama’s policies will spring from non- disruptive protest
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Correa wins re-election and says banks and mass media don’t rule anymore
President Rafael Correa re-elected with 61% of the vote, he faces 4 critical years for Ecuador
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More Geithner Without Geithner
Bill Black: Jacob Lew confirmation hearing for Secretary of the Treasuery shows he was picked as a signal that the Geithner policies would survive Geithner, and that they’re actually the president’s policies
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