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Eduardo Galeano: Not So Elementary, My Dear Watson

Eduardo Galeano tomdispatch.com
The Life and Death of Words, People, and Even Nature: From Walking Libraries and a God Named “Word” to What Sherlock Holmes Never Said. Passages excerpted from Eduardo Galeano’s new book, Children of the Days: A Calendar of Human History (Nation Books).

Tidbits – Jan. 26, 2023 – Reader Comments: What Price “Defense”?; Monterey Park; Readers Respond – Ukraine War; Israel; Argentina 1985; George Santos; Gun Control; Student Activist Scholarship Applications Available; Lots of Announcements; More…

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Reader Comments: What Price “Defense”?; Monterey Park; Readers Respond - Ukraine War and The Left; Israel; Argentina 1985; George Santos; Gun Control; Lots of Announcements; Student Activist Scholarship Applications Available; More....

Peru: A Reactionary Coup Is Consummated

Gustavo Espinoza Montesinos Resumen Latinoamericano
For the time being, the Peruvian ultra-right has sung victory. It has managed to get rid of a president it detested and wanted to overthrow since the beginning of his administration. However, it has not been able to fully impose itself.

Green Tide Rising in Latin America

Laura Carlsen The Indypendent
U.S. has much to learn from new feminist movements that spurred Argentina, Colombia and Mexico to dump traditional abortion laws. Now powerful women’s movements in Mexico, Argentina and Colombia have won access to the right to choose

The Nobodies Take Office in Colombia: An In-Depth Analysis

Alina Duarte Council on Hemispheric Affairs
The Pacto Histórico: a one-of-a kind alliance. It was a unique coalition, not a mere alliance among political parties, but also including social movements from a broad range of the ideological spectrum. And the "Nobodies" won. Here's how
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