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How We Learned Not To Care About America’s Wars  By Andrew Bacevich/ TomDispatch/ October 5, 2017 Consider, if you will, these two indisputable facts.  First, the United States is today more or less permanently engaged in hostilities in not one … Continue reading

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Plutonomy and the Precariat:  On the History of the US Economy in Decline by Noam Chomsky/ TomDispatch.com/ May 8, 2012 The Occupy movement has been an extremely exciting development. Unprecedented, in fact. There’s never been anything like it that I … Continue reading

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Howard Zinn on the American Empire

What the classroom didn’t teach me about the American Empire By Howard Zinn originally from TomDispatch.com, 2008

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