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p.1 Occupy Bay Street by Kelly Finnamore

p.2 President Bill Clinton Jan 26 1998

p. 3 Thai Buddha by Lisa Schreiber

p. 4 Copy without permission by Nina Paley

p. 5 Rainbow dahlia by Holice Turnbow

p. 8 Copyrightquestion by Stephan Baum

p. 8 U.S. F15 Jet Pilots by Tech. Sgt. Keith Brown

p. 9 Rise above the hate by RealDealDougR

p. 10 Older man speaking by Joe Mabel