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FICTION / Marc Estrin : The Machine

THE MACHINE By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / September 27, 2011 The government murder of Troy Davis this week — under odd evidential circumstances — has once again thrust capital punishment up for public discussion. As my contribution … finish reading FICTION / Marc Estrin : The Machine

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Storming the Bastille : Bidding Bipartisanship Adieu

“Prise de la Bastille,” painting by Jean-Pierre Louis Laurent Houel / Wikimedia Commons.Health care reform:To the barricades By Dr. Stephen R. Keister / The Rag Blog / August 31, 2009 I fear that the average American, including myself, has a … finish reading Storming the Bastille : Bidding Bipartisanship Adieu

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For American Workers : Lessons from the French Revolution

Victory of the “Front Populaire” in 1936. From left to right: Mme. Blum, Léon Blum (SFIO), Maurice Thorez (PCF), Roger Salengro (SFIO, minister of the Interior). In the second row, behind Blum and Thorez, (rolling a cigarette) is Edouard Dalladier … finish reading For American Workers : Lessons from the French Revolution

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