SOURCE: NY Times
The feature includes images from all of the 17 African countries that gained independence in 1960 and reflections of creative people of African descent to give their personal reactions to these images.
by James Ottavio Castagnera
Eisenhower’s approval of the U-2 incursions was motivated by genuine national security interests, albeit his subornation of perjury was primarily politically motivated. One could contend national security and political interests more or less coincided. In Trump’s case, the two sharply diverged from the get-go.
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