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From Capital Punishment to Guns, Old Fears Weigh Like a Nightmare on Today’s Debate

May 8, 2013

Stephen John Hartnett (author of Executing Democracy): The roots of today’s debate about capital punishment, prisons and guns goes back to pre-civil war religious ideas that slaves must be terrorized and God must be appeased

Guantanamo Bay Prison

May 2, 2013
Michael Ratner: Just when it seemed the illegal detention of prisoners at Guantanamo was off the radar, hunger strikers took control of their own destiny

Pope Francis

March 19, 2013
Jorge Mario Bergoglio known for his opposition to progressive governments and clerics, is accused of silence, cooperation with Argentinean dictatorship

Bolivia

March 18, 2013
Legislation seeks to combat high levels of violence against women
History of the National Security State

Gore Vidal: History of the National Security State

August 1, 2007
When Julian Assange was arrested in London, he was carrying a copy of our book, Gore Vidal: History of the National Security State