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Ron Jacobs :
BOOKS | On leave from imperial war

Plainspoken but eloquent, David Anselme’s ‘On Leave,’ is a novel about war; about the soldiers who fight them and the civilians who send them. By Ron Jacobs | The Rag Blog | March 22, 2014 [On Leave: A Novel by … finish reading Ron Jacobs :
BOOKS | On leave from imperial war

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BOOKS / Ron Jacobs : Albert Camus and the Liberal Dilemma

Algerian Chronicles: Albert Camus and the liberal dilemma These writings do much toward describing the plight of the Algerian people, but suffer from an inability to acknowledge, much less examine, the root cause for their situation. By Ron Jacobs | … finish reading BOOKS / Ron Jacobs : Albert Camus and the Liberal Dilemma

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Jonah Raskin : Don Cox, the ‘Wistful’ Panther

Former Black Panther Field Marshal Don Cox — shown with his son in exile in Algiers — died last month. Image from Black Bird Press.Donald Cox, 1936-2011:The beauty of the moon and the passion of the Black Panthers By Jonah … finish reading Jonah Raskin : Don Cox, the ‘Wistful’ Panther

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Zaid Jilani : Arab Countries Where the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ Could Spread

Algerian riot Police scuffle with protesters in Algiers, Algeria, Saturday. Thousands defied a government ban on demonstrations,but were outnumbered by police. Photo by Sidali Djarboub / AP.Who’s next?The ‘Jasmine Revolution’ and the Arab world By Zaid Jilani / ThinkProgress / … finish reading Zaid Jilani : Arab Countries Where the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ Could Spread

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