The Journal of History     Fall 2004    TABLE OF CONTENTS


It is said that one can judge a government by the way in which it treats its prisoners. Well, we, in the United States of America, have a government which does not treat its prisoners very well unlike other first world nations. Therefore, this edition, again, will attempt to ameliorate the problems prisoners experience because now we have discovered that medical neglect is being used to end the lives of the inmate population, or rather certain inmates, and it is not an anomoly or aberation, but fairly consistently.

Moreover, in this edition, you will read about more political prisoners, Native Americans and Islamic people, who, unfortunately, go unnamed since they are incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, as well as untold hundreds who were arrested in New York City during the Republican National Convention simply because the American people don't have the right to march or even assemble with protestors on a street corner now that the USA PARTIOT Act has been passed and signed into law by George W. Bush, violating his oath of office after the first time he stole the election in 2000.

And, last but certainly not least, a German citizen whose God given rights have been stolen from him by U.S. immigration officials who broke the law as well since he had done nothing to violate the law all because of the lockhold that the Israeli government has on both the United States as well as Canada.

Then, if that is not enough, we have more about 9/11 and the Murrah federal building bombing which took place in April 1995.

So enjoy this 16th edition as the least of us should not suffer.

Thank you.

Arlene Johnson


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