New Internationalist

November 1987's Issue

LAND - Our earth our home

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Featured in issue 177

Land rights: Action And Worth Reading

Groups, campaigns and books.

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Briefly...

News in brief this month.

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Cory's cop-out

Land reform - or revolution? Walden Bello and Joe Collins look into a social volcano in the Philippines.

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Country For Sale

James Painter goes to Paraguay and finds it’s for sale.

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Endpiece: What can you do, Beulah?

Sue Haycock returns to South Africa after 15 years, but discovers that some things haven’t changed.

No God Or Angel

Jews and Palestinians both need a homeland. Dan Leon and Sara Gowen report.

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Our Earth, Our Home

Vanessa Baird reports on why land matters.

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Letters

Enlightening and frightening - what readers thought of the September issue on Masculinity.

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It's Mine

Juliet Kellner thinks about security - and greed.

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Outback In The City

In spite of the mythology of the outback, Australians are city-dwellers par excellence. But today the cities are in crisis and a radical rethink is needed.

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Paradise Promised

Marcus Colchester on the biggest transmigration disaster of all time.

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Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

This month’s country profile, written by Mark Johnson.

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Reviews

Music, film and book reviews this month.

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Simply... Land Need And Greed

A look at the central role land has played - and continues to play - in fashioning our history.

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This Singing Land

For Aborigines land is sacred. And it sings.

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Update: news from around the world

New-style police stations in Brazil; danger food; oxen make a comeback in Sierra Leone… and more.

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Regular columns

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