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Campaigner against colonialism, W. Alphaeus Hunton

Campaigner against colonialism, W. Alphaeus Hunton

Review of "The Cancer of Colonialism: W. Alphaeus Hunton, Black Liberation, and the Daily Worker, 1944-1946."

BY: Tom Whitney| April 19, 2022
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“Upswing” authors look to history for signs of progress today

“Upswing” authors look to history for signs of progress today

A review of "Upswing," a "simplified microhistory” of 125 years of social regression and progress.

BY: Anita Waters| January 25, 2022
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It’s not over: Woodward’s “Peril” tells us why

It’s not over: Woodward’s “Peril” tells us why

Why the peril of fascism is still with us.

BY: Joe Sims| October 20, 2021
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Eleanor everywhere

Eleanor everywhere

Two books about Eleanor Roosevelt, the First Lady who "comforted the distressed"  and "distressed the comfortable.”

BY: Michael James| February 10, 2021
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“We are here, we are here.”

“We are here, we are here.”

Book review: "The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine," by Rashid Khalidi.

BY: Michael James| January 8, 2021
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