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The acclaimed political anthology-still going strong after 35 years-stays as relevant as ever. This issue features comic book stories about young people and how they are confronting the "climates" they have inherited-social, political, cultural, and especially environmental. For the first time in WW3's history, works written, drawn by, or with youth will be featured in the magazine along with stories by parents and children and collaborations between teachers and students.

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