2001

2001

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Issue 195: October 2001

in

Deskilling the Butcher
(and everyone else)

by Brewster Kneen

Issue 196: November 2001

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The Right to Loaves and Fishes

by Brewster Kneen

Issue 194: September 2001

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Conscientious Objection

by Brewster Kneen

Nearly 40 years ago we were engaged in the resistance to the American war against the people of Vietnam. Cathleen was a Canadian when we met in 1964. I was a U.S. citizen (I almost wrote "American") and at that time a full-time peace movement new-left activist travelling for the Fellowship of Reconciliation from campus to campus counselling conscientious objection to the U.S. war machine and helping to organize public demonstrations.

Issue 193: Consolidation

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From the amount of space and energy we have devoted to biotechnology and the attempts to reconstruct life one might almost think that corporate consolidaation in the food industry was an accomplished fact no longer worthy of report. Not so.

Issue 192: July 2001

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Food and Drugs:
The Construction of Dependency

by Brewster Kneen

It has been the Ram’s Horn editorial policy to stick fairly closely to our original food/justice agenda – which was first focussed on sheep farming 20 years ago, hence the name. In recent years we have had to give biotech far more attention than we enjoy, but we hold the biotech/drug industry responsible for this. They set out to conquer nature, including us, and we feel, like any good weed, that we have no choice but to resist.

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