November 20, 2004

Terrorism and War (Open Media Pamphlet Series),
Howard Zinn, Anthony Arnove

Posted at 11:04 AM

Arguably America's most articulate dissident, Zinn here offers his post-9-11 take on how the world's shaping up in the aftermath through a series of interviews: The continued expenditure of more than $300 billion for the military every year has...

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Censored 2005,
Peter Phillips

Posted at 10:53 AM

The stories you never saw on television, heard on radio, read in the newspapers and magazines...and why you didn't: In past years Censored has been instrumental in helping to push underreported stories into the mainstream. In the 1997 edition,...

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The Human Zoo,
Desmond Morris

Another in a series of books from Desmond Morris determined to upend the flattering view of ourselves as primarily rational beings, as anything other than The Naked Ape. Additional titles by other authors along parallel lines of inquiry include The...

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Uncovered - The Whole Truth About the Iraq War,
Robert Greenwald

Posted at 10:07 AM

This is Part II in producer Robert Greenwald's Un- Trilogy. Part I is Unprecedented - The 2000 Presidential Election - 2004 Campaign Edition (2002) and Part III Unconstitutional - The War On Our Civil Liberties (2004)On a daily basis we,...

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Prisons We Choose to Live Inside,
Doris Lessing

Doris Lessing's 1986 Massey Lectures expose many aspects of being human that are agonisingly familiar to our social scientists and psychologists but which have not risen to public consciousness. These include traits used against us as individuals and groups to...

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November 11, 2004

Reading Capital Politically,

Posted at 11:54 PM

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In Flanders Fields and Other Poems,
John McCrae

Posted at 04:11 PM

In Flanders Fields In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead....

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In Flanders Field: The Story of the Poem,
Linda Granfield, Janet Wilson

Posted at 04:03 PM

An acclaimed introduction for young readers to the poem, World War II, and war generally....

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