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Vol.64/No.23              June 12, 2000 
socialism 'You take on one of us,
you take on all of us'
 
P&M coal strike spreads to Wyoming
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UMWA members at Kemmerer have joined coal miners on strike in New Mexico
 
Front page articles 
socialism U.S. rulers debate easing Cuba embargo  
 
socialism Foreign policy rifts widen in U.S. election campaign  
 
socialism Militant supporters win 1,100 new readers  
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socialism Euro declines as U.S. rulers gain over imperialist rivals 
 
socialism FBI's war on Puerto Rican independence fight 
 
 
As we go to press. . . A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. District Court in Atlanta ruled June 1 that Cuban six-year-old Elián González is not entitled to a political asylum hearing here. In violation of Cuba's sovereignty, the U.S. government has since November refused to return the child to his country. The Miami relatives who filed the asylum claim now have 12 days to appeal the court decision. The injunction barring Elián González from returning to Cuba remains in effect at least until then. Every supporter of workers rights, Cuban sovereignty, democratic freedoms, and basic human solidarity should continue to press for the end of any restriction on his return to Cuba.
 
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