SOURCE: Current Affairs
by Nathan J. Robinson
While The Trial of the Chicago 7 is sympathetic to Hoffman, it also softens him in a way that ultimately amounts to historical fabrication.
SOURCE: Places Journal
by Stephen Dillon
The architecture of the "supermax" prison targets the senses and emotions of the incarcerated as a means of control in the wake of political organizing inside and outside of prisons in the 1960s and 1970s.
SOURCE: Mother Jones
"There are probably a billion and a half people, maybe more, maybe 2 billion, in the informal working class who have simply been triaged already in advance. So the fate of a very large minority of humanity has been determined now."
SOURCE: The Guardian
The social historian Malcolm Chase rejected “the enormous condescension of posterity” often to be found in history written by the educated rich.
by Katrina Gulliver
On April 30, the Evening World ran an extra edition that, under the headline “NATION-WIDE TERRORIST PLOT,” described the “infernal machines” as part of a conspiracy.
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