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"A Labour Party that actually challenges entrenched power and governs for the broad mass of the people will face significant resistance." ALEX NUNNS on Labour leadership at Jacobin

June 22, 2017
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"Conservatives are now terrified of having another election because they believe that Corbyn would win it." ALEX NUNNS is interviewed at Counterfire

June 21, 2017
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"Stopping the war in Syria is one thing. Supporting the refugees now is another." SYRIA BURNING is cited in Morning Star

June 21, 2017
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"Entertaining, albeit terrifying, reading." HOW I LOST is reviewed at Socialist Worker

June 20, 2017
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JOHN OAKES discusses publishing and journalism at The New Indian Express

June 19, 2017
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"The reluctant publisher." JOHN OAKES is interviewed at Indian newspaper The Hindu

June 19, 2017
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"The Clinton sense of entitlement knew no limits." HOW I LOST is reviewed at The American Conservative

June 16, 2017
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"An informative view of a time when writers and intellectuals were probably in the limelight more than they are now." FINKS is reviewed at Penniless Press

June 16, 2017
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JOE LAURIA speaks to Scott Horton at the Libertarian Institute on HOW I LOST

June 16, 2017
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TERRY HEATON is in the Huffington Post discussing fake news and the religious right

June 16, 2017
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"Two years ago today Jeremy Corbyn made it onto the Labour leadership ballot — with seconds to spare." An excerpt from THE CANDIDATE at Jacobin

June 15, 2017
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"A rueful—but not entirely so—account of years spent in the Students for Democratic Society and its militant offspring, the Weather Underground." SWORDS IN THE HANDS OF CHILDREN is reviewed at Kirkus

June 14, 2017
Readers with a memory for the time will appreciate some of Lerner’s dish, which involves other now-well-known radicals. Those too young for it will find inspiration in his latter-day commitment to tiny acts in the face of Armageddon.
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"To be physically here and mentally out of range is a familiar experience of the cell phone age." Radhika Subramaniam's essay from ASSUMING BOYCOTT is excerpted at The Believer

June 13, 2017
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"An enlightening and invigorating read." THE CANDIDATE: JEREMY CORBYN'S IMPROBABLE PATH TO POWER reviewed at Ten Million Hardbacks

June 13, 2017
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ALEX NUNNS interviewed on the BBC World Service on the shock UK general election results

June 13, 2017
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"The border is the war." STUDIO is reviewed at 3:AM Magazine

June 8, 2017
Studio, as its title suggests, is an exercise not so much in the remembrance of Chris Marker, but a remembrance, as viewed through the sole essay contributed by cineaste-critic Colin MacCabe to the volume. As much as Marker shunned publicity of any kind during his lifetime (1921-2012, remarking pointedly “My films are enough”), for Studio an array of selected photographs of his Paris workspace by Adam Bartos documents the rest.
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"What Really Happened in June 1967?" An interview with NORMAN FINKELSTEIN at The Real News Network

June 5, 2017
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"A clear picture of the 1964 Goldwater Girl comes across." HOW I LOST is reviewed at Dandelion Salad

June 5, 2017
A clear picture of the 1964 Goldwater Girl comes across, one who has accumulated a lot, is out of touch with the American public, and one who is not disinclined to bend any and all rules if it is to her advantage.
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PATRICK COCKBURN is interview at The Real News Network on military intervention in Syria

June 5, 2017
I know about one guy in Mosul and maybe this gives the flavor of what really happens if you're on the ground. He had a tarpaulin over part of his house as a shade. It's pretty hot in Mosul. But the US and the Iraqi Air Force had decided that any tarpaulin must be concealing an ISIS fighting position or supplies and consequently got bombed by a drone. He got hit in the leg and had dragged himself to a local clinic. They didn't have any bandages and so forth. He dragged himself home again.
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NORMAN FINKELSTEIN is interviewed at Mondoweiss on the history of the Six Day War

June 5, 2017
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