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Health-care reform offers sick solution

Monday, August 5, 1996 Proposed insurance deductibles only hurt consumers in the endBy Gail Shearer Health-care reform should make insurance affordable and accessible for consumers. Unfortunately, Congressional leaders are promoting a "reform" idea that will ultimately price many Americans out of the health insurance market. Read more...


U.S. helps Britain divide and conquer Irish working class

Monday, August 5, 1996 Northern Ireland must be released from its religious, capitalistic oppression By James Harris and Laura Garza Events in the past weeks in the six counties of Northern Ireland demonstrate why the withdrawal of British troops from the North, the disbanding of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), the unification of Ireland and self-determination for the Irish people must be carried out immediately. Read more...




Good intentions turn ugly

Monday, August 5, 1996 Aggressive Christianity turns off those it tries to saveThe other day on my lunch break in Westwood, I noticed this girl who I faintly recognized walking towards me with a friend. Read more...


Absence of seat covers angers staff

Sunday, July 28, 1996 Quality time on the john stirs thoughts on UCLA’s funding cutsBy Sharon Levy When I first came to North Campus over a year ago, I experienced a major culture shock: not all buildings on campus have bathrooms equipped with toilet seat covers. Read more...


Q&A with the Daily Bruin

Sunday, July 28, 1996 Chancellor Tien of UC Berkeley prepares for a new phase of leadershipBy Grace Wen Summer Bruin Senior Staff On July 9, the University of California system lost another leader when Chang-Lin Tien, the Chancellor of Berkeley, announced that he would leave his leadership position no later than June 30, 1997. Read more...