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Recommended recent articles from Historians Against the War

Links to Recent Articles of Interest “Report on Iran’s Nuclear Fatwa Distorts Its History” By Gareth Porter, AntiWar.com, posted April 18 “A Black Indian March for Peace, 1861-1862” By William Loren Katz, Portside.org, posted April 16 “Why Washington’s Iran Policy … 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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Historians Against the War: Links to Recent Articles of Interest

Historians Against the War: Links to Recent Articles of Interest “Is a Nuclear War with China Possible?” By Lawrence S. Wittner, History News Network, posted November 28 The author is a professor of history emeritus at SUNY Albany “The Militarization … Continue reading

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Historians Against the War: Links to Recent Articles of Interest

Historians Against the War: Links to Recent Articles of Interest “No Exit: America Has an Impressive Record of Starting Wars but a Dismal One of Ending Them Well” By Andrew Bacevich, American Conservative, February 1 issue The author teaches history … Continue reading

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Pilger: How We are Prepared for Another War of Aggression

In a piece titled “The Lying Game: How We are Prepared for Prepared for Another War of Aggression,” journalist John Pilger compares the current drum-beating for war against Iran, based on a fake “nuclear threat”, with the manufacture of a … Continue reading

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