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HE’S BAACK Since he’s quoted in this Free Press article, I assume Luke Massie, a sectarian Trotskyist organizer with the Revolutionary Workers’ League/ BAM-N has returned from his summer trip to London. And we were getting our hopes up. On two politicians involved with Ward Connely’s ballot initiative: “Drolet and Brandenburg ought to be put […]

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RWL/BAMN … IN THE U.K. I have been notified by a friend in the U.K. that two members of the Revolutionary Workers’ League / BAM-N – Jodi-Marie Masley and Luke Massie – have been active in a controversial legal case in the U.K. The people behind the RWL have been rightfully discredited for their behaviour […]

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NOTE: The Supreme Court’s decision in the U-M admissions lawsuits is expected next Monday, June 24th, however it could be released any time in the next two weeks. When the decision is released, this website will have ongoing coverage of the day’s events including the BAMN press conference at 11AM on the steps of the […]

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Many expect the Supreme Court decision in the U-M admissions lawsuits this Monday. Read the email BAM-N has sent their members here, (or here) and their official positions to possible Court rulings here.

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The Dateline Special hosted by Tom Brokaw about the U-M admissions lawsuits is tonight at 8:00 PM. Today’s Chronicle of Higher Ed. contains a series of articles about affirmative action here at the U of M. The reporter picks up on BAMN’s unpopularity among student activists – the first time I have every seen a […]

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The U-M College Democrats have released this statement about the local Lyndon LaRouche activists that stormed a College Dems meeting last spring and have been leaving their loony litereature around campus. This article from the Washington Post: “Ideological Odyssey: From Old Left to Far Right” from 1985 gives a historical perspective on this quasi-political cult. […]

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The president of the National Organization for Women wrote a letter to the editor printed in the Daily urging the University not to appeal in the Johnson sexual assault case. (Litigated by none other than BAMN/RWL attorney Miranda Massie)

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