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1book140: Vote for a Nonfiction Book to Read in M...
Random House; Penguin Books; Gotham; PublicAffairs; Henry Holt and Co.; Haymarket Books After spending two evenings compiling and researching our many #1book140 nominations for March, I’d like to...
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Teaching The Holocaust: New Approaches For A New ...
Writer and philosopher
once wrote that, with the German genocide of European Jews, human history "has known no story more difficult to tell." And there may be no topic more difficult to...
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Sorry, Ebooks. These 9 Studies Show Why Print Is ...
Though best known for her somewhat treacly, semi-autobiographical novel Little Women, Louisa May Alcott’s real life was far more adventurous than the domestic interludes she described in her most...
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How the CIA gets away with it: Our democracy is t...
Nevertheless, the Senate committee had never looked deeply into this program, and Hayden’s decision to offer access to the cables opened the door to a careful study, which was accepted by then-chair...
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Nazis, suicide and the Jew behind ‘The Grand Buda...
Stefan Zweig, author of the books that inspired Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" The Grand Budapest hotel is nestled into a snow-capped mountain dreamscape — a painterly paradise in the...
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Bureaucracy and Deregulation, by David Graeber
Center)The language with which we talk about regulation has been handed to us by the Right Wing. 'Deregulation' means less bureaucratic meddling, and it must be good. But the...
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Dresden bombing raids remembered as the shadow of...
With trembling hands, 82-year-old Eberhard Renner holds up a fading black and white photograph of Canalettostrasse. It depicts the once elegant inner-city street lined with middle-class...
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What the Brian Williams situation can teach us ab...
There’s something sad in Brian Williams’ need to puff up his Iraq adventures and something barbaric in the public response. The sad part is the reminder that no matter how high you go in life and no...
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One of psychology's most infamous experiments on ...
In 1961, Yale University psychology professor Stanley Milgram placed an advertisement in the New Haven Register. “We will pay you $4 for one hour of your time,” it read, asking for “500 New Haven men...
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Fostering Religious Tolerance in South America
PADF also worked with civil society organizations in Argentina and Venezuela to document the use of anti-Semitic expressions in online media. They found 1,537 anti-Semitic user comments in major...
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Eichmann in Washington:Genocide architect welcome...
is known for her book, “Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil.” She fled Germany in the 1930s during the rise of Hitler. Her book and its title came from her reporting...
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De Kock parole exposes reconciliation weakness
I am filled with ambivalence following the announcement by Justice Minister Michael Masutha on Friday that the so-called symbol of the “Prime Evil of Apartheid”, Eugene de Kock, will be released after...
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Eugene De Kock
The comfort of censorship and willful blindness: ...
The comfort of censorship and willful blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious Debate is dying. Free speech is under threat. We are living in the Age of Comfort. We are the willful blind. Is that new?...
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70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-B...
January marked the 70 anniversary of of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. We have seen newsreels of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps at the end of WW II and a number of movies...
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