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Will the trial of Thomas Sankara's alleged assassins shed light on what really happened on October 15, 1987. bit.ly/3xl0hCM
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The mismanagement of federal Covid relief is just the tip of the iceberg: Many state governments are at war with federal policies—and with their own local governments. bit.ly/3DOyOMB
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The first Afro-Colombian woman to run for president is a "seismic shake" for a country desperate for change. bit.ly/30MbHnd
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"For many, many years have taught a story of Thanksgiving that was manufactured in the late 19th century." bit.ly/3nTHydc
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“We’re not the first generation to worry about the death of our democracy.” bit.ly/3oGvZqw
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Even at their funniest, there’s a visible exasperation and coping by humor within these cartoons bit.ly/3nI2nJO
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Now that we're stuffed with turkey, it’s time to start thinking about stocking stuffers! Check out The Nation’s Bookshop Page and get a head start on holiday shopping! bit.ly/3l86Sfg
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The story of Thomas Sankara's assassination has all the elements of a modern tragedy. bit.ly/3xl0hCM
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"It was kind of amusing to see how pathetic they are—how they didn’t understand the laws they broke, the laws that had already sanctioned many of them..." bit.ly/30Qgp3i
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Congress is itching to pass a sweeping bipartisan package that threatens to enshrine a new Cold War, this time against China, and they’re counting on the American public’s inattention to get it through by the end of the year. bit.ly/30NE9EW
"Within a decade, climate change will be wreaking a kind of cumulative devastation likely to surpass previous catastrophes, creating the perfect conditions for the eclipse of Washington’s liberal world order and the rise of Beijing’s illiberal one." bit.ly/3HDlMDT
Exploring Disney's Donald Duck comics might help everyday Chileans comprehend how insidiously capitalism and the American dream of life were presented as the only viable ways to achieve development and prosperity. bit.ly/3nCV5XW
“This book can be contradictory, but I also hope its nuance can be recognized.” bit.ly/3kNGSWb
"Supporters flock to her fundraisers where she raffles off 50-caliber sniper rifles, and cheer when she welcomes to her rallies militiamen and Ku Klux Klan members." bit.ly/30DhxYo
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Yes, there are those who stay because they don’t have the means to go, but then there are so many who stay because they don’t have the heart to go. bit.ly/3HN6LPN
Pramila Jayapal Has Made Her Case to Be Pelosi’s Successor bit.ly/3CUyzhI
Texas is one of the deadliest places in the developed world to be pregnant. bit.ly/3FfFN1j
The first Afro-Colombian woman to run for president is a "seismic shake" for a country desperate for change. bit.ly/30MbHnd
LA Councilman Mike Bonin is at the center of a backlash against trying to help the homeless. bit.ly/3DxIbjt
Twenty-five GOP governors refused $22 billion in federal unemployment dollars this past summer, denying aid to 4 million unemployed workers. bit.ly/327dSCe
When Real Life Feels More Like Science Fiction bit.ly/3nTrLfS
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"One of the contenders for the Chilean presidency is José Antonio Kast, the son of a Nazi officer who sought refuge in Chile after the fall of the Third Reich and an admirer of Trump, Bolsonaro and especially of Pinochet." bit.ly/3HLR3Eq
There are three funerals in the film’s two-hour runtime, averaging one funeral per 40 minutes of story. bit.ly/3oMtyCS
Dennis Cooper’s Love Story of a Lifetime bit.ly/3p2G94L
Donald Duck Quacks Again as Chile Elects a New President bit.ly/3nCV5XW
Who Is the University of Austin For? bit.ly/3layOyU
Even a limited war would cause a ruinous global economic crisis, necessitate the dispatch of huge US armed forces to Europe, and destroy for the foreseeable future any chance of serious action against climate change. bit.ly/3ceeR5G
Éric Zemmour is leading a confident and radicalized conservatism. bit.ly/3Cgr7Ny
The teaching of history, when grounded in truth, isn’t anti-anything. bit.ly/3cgWE7y
Even at their funniest, there’s a visible exasperation and coping by humor within these cartoons bit.ly/3nI2nJO
The consequences of a direct US-Russian clash in Ukraine would be catastrophic. bit.ly/3ceeR5G
The Many Saints of Newark progresses like a summary of the tragedies in the Moltisanti family. bit.ly/3FrxiQS
"Supporters flock to her fundraisers where she raffles off 50-caliber sniper rifles, and cheer when she welcomes to her rallies militiamen and Ku Klux Klan members." bit.ly/30DhxYo
"What I want to do is be able to criticize the system that I live in. And I think that’s true for feminism and that’s true for capitalism.” — @emrata bit.ly/3kNGSWb
This $250 billion “innovation” bill is nothing more than a dangerous escalation in a multipronged offensive against China. bit.ly/30NE9EW
“I would hope it is clear that there was a double-edged sword in that success that comes with being a public woman who succeeds through objectification of self and by others.” bit.ly/3kNGSWb
When the American auto industry faced increased foreign competition in the 1970s and 1980s, UAW leadership responded by partnering with management to make concessions on behalf of workers. bit.ly/3DupmgV
"Until we pursue gun safety measures that serve every community and protect civil liberties, we will not be safer." bit.ly/30oCpCn
“Here we are, a group of Black lesbian feminist anti-imperialist anti-capitalists trying to do the right thing.” bit.ly/3Eysskp
“Do you know who will be going to Mar-a-Lago for the holiday? Yeah, me neither. Nobody cares. Thank you, Joe and Dr. Jill Biden.”—@ElieNYC bit.ly/3CICrSM
The comics are constantly gesturing to, rebelling against, and ultimately being shaped by the conditions of white supremacy and domination. bit.ly/3l4vJk6
There are plenty of Democrats, and more than a few pundits, who imagine that this process of elimination could leave the GOP as a shadow of its former self. But it’s not so simple. bit.ly/3HXkOCC
The history of Black folks in America—through slavery, Black codes, lynchings, redlining, voter disenfranchisement, and much more—is white American history, too. bit.ly/3cgWE7y
For more than three decades, Thomas Sankara’s death has remained an open wound in Burkina Faso. bit.ly/3xl0hCM
Thomas Sankara was a Marxist revolutionary, trying to steer Burkina Faso away from neoliberal ideas. He was gunned after only four years in power. bit.ly/3xl0hCM
Even as Congress moves to increase the Pentagon budget well beyond the astronomical levels proposed by the Biden administration, a new report from the CBO has outlined three different ways to cut $1 trillion in Defense spending over the next decade. bit.ly/3kEuGao
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