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Articles from For A Change (August 1, 2006)

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A different light on Bolivian politics: why is Bolivia's controversial new President so popular in his country? Luna, Andrea Cabrera 1112
Answering Dresden's call: Philip Boobbyer discovers how the rebuilding of an historic German church, destroyed by British bombers during World War II, is healing old wounds. Boobbyer, Philip 2160
Black sunshine in Wagga Wagga: Ron Lawler meets a group of young Aboriginal people who are changing their town. Lawler, Ron 1212
Ear to the ground. Almond, Beverley 721
Getting down to reality. Lean, Mary 395
Harnessing the power of Boaz and Ruth: Karen Elliott Greisdorf discovers a programme which is revitalising old furniture, broken lives and a whole neighbourhood. Greisdorf, Karen Elliott 1332
I give up! Jessica Fleischer couldn't live without a cigarette. Or could she? Fleischer, Jessica 1172
India I care. Rao, Harish 588
Kicking the self-blame habit. Wood, Glenys Viewpoint essay 564
London's taboo-breaking tent. Henderson, Michael 664
Margaret's secret war: Margaret Jackson was in on the birth of European unity. She talks to Michael Smith. Smith, Michael Interview 1411
Standing up for the ghetto. Luna, Andrea Cabrera 615
Time to leave our intellectual ghettos. Ramadan, Tariq Column 829
Time to take a new look at Islam: Hennie de Pous reads a controversial report on Islam, and concludes that its critics were missing the point. de Pous, Hennie 802
Wales-Lesotho twinning comes of age: twenty-one years after it was launched, the world's first nation-to-nation twinning is moving up a gear. Williams, Paul 745

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