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On Roosevelt and Stalin: What Revisionist Historians Want Us to Forget
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On Roosevelt and Stalin: What Revisionist Historians Want Us to Forget
September 18, 2020

The current attempt to rewrite history is of the most paramount significance because it is what is used today to shape who we regard as a “friend” and who we regard as a “foe.”

Allende’s Political Program as Reference for a Sustainable Chile
September 15, 2020

For Chile, September marks a month of losses. It is also, however, a reminder of a remaining option, and one that has not yet been realised to its full potential.

Allende’s Political Program as Reference for a Sustainable Chile
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The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
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The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
September 13, 2020

The Belt and Road Initiative, and strategic friendship established between Russia and China has re-awoken the forgotten vision of William Gilpin for a world of cooperating sovereign nation states.

How to Save a Dying Republic: Lincoln and the Greenbacks
September 9, 2020

Will Trump have the strength to give neocon vipers in his cabinet the Bolton treatment before they unleash war with Russia and China?

How to Save a Dying Republic: Lincoln and the Greenbacks
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The Anarchist Assassination of U.S. President William McKinley and Its Links to the Murder of Tsar Alexander II
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The Anarchist Assassination of U.S. President William McKinley and Its Links to the Murder of Tsar Alexander II
September 6, 2020

In 1901, there was a political coup d’etat in the United States that transformed the world and nobody noticed.

Ghosts of the American Republic
August 30, 2020

No issues were ever debated in Milwaukee. The proud Democrats followed the script of Republican Nixon in 1968. They refused to debate anything.

Ghosts of the American Republic
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Prince Peter Kropotkin and the Murder of the Liberator Tsar
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Prince Peter Kropotkin and the Murder of the Liberator Tsar
August 11, 2020

Why did London host a convention of anarchists in July 1881 less than three months after they had murdered the Liberator Tsar of Russia?

Hiroshima, Nagasaki 75 Years On, Washington Still Playing Terror Card
August 7, 2020

The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a political act to begin the Cold War, deliberately carried out by American leaders to assert U.S. hegemony.

Hiroshima, Nagasaki 75 Years On, Washington Still Playing Terror Card
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