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Writing from the past week by past This is Hell! guests Spencer Ackerman, Robert Fisk, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Glenn Greenwald, Gideon Levy, Elizabeth Murray, John Nichols, Robert Parry, and Robert Scheer.
December 7th – America’s problems start at home. Quite a few of them start between Broadway and South Street in New York City. America’s Most Affordable National Treasure Chuck Mertz peeks under the crawlspace of the home of the free and finds Wall Street hacks scuttling away from rental units and ruined cities, a wasteland Read more
The news we’re betting Nelson Mandela would like you to know today.
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Iran scholar / Radical Pessimist / pretty nice looking guy Kevan Harris just posted his piece Failure and Success from the Inside and Outside: Studying Iran’s Green Movement at the Mobilizing Ideas blog. The title pretty much explains the post, but in the piece he explores different ways to examine social movements, explains why failure isn’t fruitless, Read more
It really does get worse. A lot worse.
Monday’s worst news.
November 30th – Stories from wars we’re losing and wars we’ve lost. Radio winner Chuck Mertz interviews a line-up of journalists, thinkers, former intelligence officers, and current rabble rousers that you won’t find anywhere but your sweet, left-wing media dreams. Guests: Journalist Matthieu Aikins finds evidence of American war crimes in an Afghan gravesite. Legal Read more
Writing from the past week by past This is Hell! guests Dean Baker, Mark Danner, Robert Dreyfuss, Suzanne Goldenberg, Robert Jensen, Sonali Kolhatkar, Frances Moore Lappé, Mark LeVine, and Trita Parsi.
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