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: Pratap Chatterjee – Halliburton’s Army: How a Well-Connected Texas Oil Company Revolutionized the Way America Makes War

Investigative journalist and author, Pratap Chatterjee, talks about his latest book, Halliburton’s Army: How a Well-Connected Texas Oil Company Revolutionized the Way America Makes War.

: Edward Said on Orientalism. (A collapsed version of an interview where he explains the main ideas behind his book ‘Orientalism’)

A collapsed version of an interview Edward Said allowed to be conducted shortly before he passed away, in which he explains the main ideas behind his book ‘Orientalism’. (Note: the audio is extremely loud, so if you plan to watch this, be ready to turn your volume down)

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Matt Loewen: Murray Bookchin on Anarchism

Murray Bookchin provides some food for thought about reasons for committing to an anarchist outlook.

: Shachaf Polakow – Anarchists Against the Wall: Solidarity, Resistance, Direct Action

Israeli photographer and activist, Shachaf Polakow, provides photos and vivid discriptions of the work of Anarchists Against the Wall, an Israeli organization working in solidarity with Palestinians to oppose the Apartheid Separation Wall and to bring an end to the Israeli occupation.

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Drew Ellio: The American Dream dead?

Robert Jensen: The American Dream dead? Facing the reality of poverty resulting from Capitalism, exploding the myth tying capitalism to democracy Presented at Community Church, NYC, October 19, 2008  

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Drew Ellio: Dean Baker on the Bailout Panic

Economist Dean Baker on the Bailout Panic Viewpoint: Economist Dean Baker on the Bailout Panic Economist Dean Baker shares his thoughts on the looming economic crisis. Dr. Baker is the co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC, and a columnist for The Washi… Economist Dean Baker shares his thoughts on Read more…

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Drew Ellio: POCLAD Challenging Corporate Law and Lore

Challenging Corporate Law and Lore A talk by Richard Grossman of the Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy (POCLAD) on challenging corporate law and lore, given February 10, 2005.

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Tolstoys Cat: Common – I Have a Dream

Common – I Have a Dream

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Tolstoys Cat: Stand – Sly and the Family Stone

Great images here. Stand – Sly and the Family Stone

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Tali Shapiro: Make Some Noise

Special thanks to Tom Costigan.

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