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Articles by Wilfred Codrington (6)

Corporate culture in the White House

March 22, 2005 0 comments

The rule of the business aristocracy will, by necessity, prove to be adverse to the overall interests of the citizenry.

A Turkish delight?

November 3, 2004 0 comments

The member states of the European Union are at a crucial turning point. On Dec. 16, the EU will vote whether or not to begin discussions concerning the accession of Turkey into the community, and there are a number of factors that could have the vote go either way.

Bush’s corporate administration hasn’t done the math

October 29, 2004 0 comments

If Bush is elected, we can expect to see more of what we’ve seen over the last term – a corporate-style government, a cut-throat administration of law and tactic that will benefit few.

Notes from Cheney v. Edwards

October 6, 2004 0 comments

In the end, the unimpressive victory definitely went to Edwards.

Bush’s scary judges

October 3, 2004 0 comments

Never before in this country will the support of ethnic minorities count for so much in a federal election. Blacks and Hispanics now constitute roughly 25 percent of the U.S. population, and these numbers will continue to increase. In order to be re-elected, President George W.

Confronting Sudan

August 30, 2004 0 comments

Tens of thousands of black Sufi Muslims have died in government-backed atrocities in western Sudan. One million more are on the brink of death by starvation, as the nation deals with the aftermath of the 20-year long North-South war that killed 2 million people, largely a result of governmental genocide.