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Links to Recent Articles of Interest from Historians Against the War

Links to Recent Articles of Interest   “‘Our (New) Terrorists’ the MEK: Have We Seen This Movie Before?” By Coleen Rowley, Huffington Post, posted September 27   “Boykinism: Joe McCarthy Would Understand”  By Andrew J. Bacevich, TomDispatch.com, posted September 25 … Continue reading

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Update and articles from Historians Against the War

AHA Convention (Chicago, January 5-8) Historians Against the War will have a literature table (shared with the Radical History Review) from 11:30 to 2:30 on Friday on Level 2 of the Sheraton Chicago (the headquarters hotel).  The table will be … Continue reading

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Recent articles recommended by Historians Against the War

“War? Bloodlust? What’s a Scholar to Do?” By William Loren Katz, CommonDreams.org, posted June 8 “With Ollanta Humala’s Win, Peru Joins Latin America’s Left Turn” By Greg Grandin, The Nation blog, posted June 7 The author teaches Latin American history … Continue reading

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Historians Against the War: Links to Recent Articles of Interest

Links to Recent Articles of Interest “Japan, the Atomic Bomb, and the ‘Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Power’” By Yuki Tanaka and Peter Kuznick, Asia-Pacific Journal, May 2 issue Peter Kuznick teaches history at American University “An Arab Spring for Women: … Continue reading

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Recent links from Historians Against the War

Here are a couple of notes plus our latest set of links to recent on-line articles of interest. 1. Groups or individuals on more than 100 campuses have arranged for local participation in the “Fight Back USA” national teach-in being … Continue reading

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HAW Notes 3/18/11: Links to recent articles of interest

Recent articles recommended by Historians Against the War: “Revealed: US Spy Operation That Manipulates Social Media” By Nick Fielding and Ian Cobain, The Guardian, posted March 17 On a Pentagon contract for the creation of false on-line identities, known as … Continue reading

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Rouge Forum Dispatch: Endless War and Barbarism or Community and Resistance!

Dear Friends, For those who must go teach on Monday and seek to make sense of current conditions with students, for those who simply want to walk out into the world, armed with some ideas that might make it better, … Continue reading

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HAW Notes, including links to recent articles of interest on US foreign policy, wikileaks, Egypt, Tunsia, Afghanistan

To members and friends of Historians Against the War, 1. The HAW Steering Committee’s statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union message, which was sent to this list last Friday, has since been picked up by the … Continue reading

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Historians Against the War: Links to recent articles

“How the Power of Myth Keeps Us Trapped in War” By Ira Chernus, TomDispatch.com, posted January 20 “Tunisia’s Democratic Revolution” By Stephen Zunes, Truth-out.org, posted January 19 “Violence Doesn’t Work” By Howard Zinn, CommonDreams.org, posted January 18 (from the September … Continue reading

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Latest dispatch from HAW

Here are some notes, followed by our more or less biweekly set of links to recent articles by historians (or at least with substantial historical content) on HAW-relevant topics. 1. Today (October 7) Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) launched … Continue reading

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