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2014/11/25 17:22
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... — A trove of documents related to Israel’s 1961 trial of the Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann will be auctioned off in Jerusalem after their discovery in a trash bin. The collection will be up for...
2014/11/25 17:22
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2014/11/23 12:49
2014/11/23 12:49
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Eichmann Before Jerusalem: Bureaucrat to the Holocaust Review: Bettina Stangneth demonstrates that there was more to the efficient Nazi mass murderer than simply a ‘banality of evil’ Few senior...
2014/11/20 11:42
2014/11/20 11:42
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WASHINGTON — Western reflection about human nature and the politics of the human condition began with the sunburst of ancient Greece 2,500 years ago, but lurched into a new phase 70 years ago with the...
2014/11/16 03:53
2014/11/16 03:53
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Western reflection about human nature and the politics of the human condition began with the sunburst of ancient Greece 2,500 years ago, but lurched into a new phase 70 years ago with the liberation...
2014/11/13 16:35
2014/11/13 16:35
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Eichmann Before Jerusalem: The Unexamined Life of a Mass Murderer By Bettina Stangneth 582 pages, $35 By Stephanie Shapiro NEWS BOOK REVIEWER “There are more documents, testimonials and...
2014/11/11 00:42
2014/11/11 00:42
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The actor Donald Sutherland has said that he had signed up for the Hunger Games franchise “for one specific reason: so that young people will recognise their obligation to change the government. To go...
2014/11/07 15:10
2014/11/07 15:10
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Donations to help children and adults will be part of the St. Edward Guild annual welcome tea on Wednesday. The tea, hosted by Monsignor Thomas Klinzing, will be held from 3-5 p.m. at the St. Edward...
2014/11/02 10:53
2014/11/02 10:53
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In what constitutes a corporate media “scoop,” the New York Times recently reported on how “newly disclosed records and interviews” broke [sic] this story: “In the decades after World War II, the CIA...
2014/11/01 06:03
2014/11/01 06:03
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... just said, 'Wow. I thought this was going to suck,'" Dugan recalled with a laugh. Turning expectations on their heads is something of a specialty for the playwright and author, who is making his...
2014/10/29 08:26
2014/10/29 08:26
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MARK COLVIN: In 1961, after seizing him in Argentina and bringing him back to Jerusalem, Israel tried the Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann and sentenced him to death. The writer and philosopher...
2014/10/29 08:02
2014/10/29 08:02
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One serious shortcoming of American democracy is our perennial failure to properly police the CIA. Over the decades, no federal agency has been caught up in more scandals: democratically elected...
2014/10/26 00:35
2014/10/26 00:35
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This week, we begin in Rome: The Last of the Unjust (3 1/2 stars) Rated PG-13, 220 minutes. Available now on DVD and Blu-ray and in various digital download formats. In 1975, documentary filmmaker...
2014/10/24 02:26
2014/10/24 02:26
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From the Archive: You can’t understand the worsening Mideast violence without knowing the modern history of Palestine, a story that begins with European anti-Semitism causing Zionists to claim...
2014/10/23 15:50
2014/10/23 15:50
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The actor has been cast as groundbreaking producer Milton Fruchtman, who fought to televise the trial of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in 1961. Meanwhile, it has been announced that Rebecca Front...
2014/11/25 17:22
2014/11/25 17:22
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