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Thursday, September 23, 2010

[haw-info] HAW Notes (Oct. 2 "One Nation" march; links to recent articles of interest)

To members and friends of Historians Against the War,


The HAW Steering Committee has joined the list of endorsers of the "One Nation Working Together" march in Washington, DC on Saturday, October 2.  We may send out a separate message about this march, but in any case, for those interested, and able to take part, the web site for the march is at http://www.onenationworkingtogether.org/content/main.  A peace contingent, jointly sponsored by a great many antiwar groups, will assemble at 10:30 am at 14th & Constitution Ave NW, closest to the Federal Triangle Metro; see http://www.onenationforpeace.org.



Links to Recent Articles of Interest


"The Tragedy of Obama's Middle East Policy"


By Ussama Makdisi, Informed Comment blog, posted September 22

The author teaches history at Rice University


"One and a Half Cheers for American Decline"


By Tom Engelhardt, TomDispatch.com, posted September 21


"Bradley Manning: An American Hero"


By Marjorie Cohn, CommonDreams.org, posted September 20

makes comparison with the Pentagon Papers release


"Historian: U.S. Islamophobia Worse Now"


CNN video interview with Simon Schama, posted on History News Network September 14

Simon Schama teaches history at Columbia University.


"Here Come the True Believers: The Great Muslim Scare"


By Lawrence Davidson, CounterPunch, posted September 16

The author teaches history at West Chester University


 "Why Peaceniks Should Care About the Afghanistan Study Group Report"


By Robert Weissman, Z-Net, posted September 11


"Hillary Clinton's 'American Moment' Was Nothing But American Blather"


By Andrew Bacevich, The New Republic, posted September 13

The author teaches history and international relations at Boston University.


"The Great Pakistani Deluge Never Happened: Don't Tune In, It's Not Important"


By Juan Cole, TomDispatch.com, posted September 9

The author teaches Middle East history at the University of Michigan.


"The Ghost of Munich: America's Appeasement Complex"


By Fredrik Logevall and Kenneth Osgood, World Affairs Journal, posted September 9


"They used to Burn Catholic Churches, now they Burn Mosques"


By Juan Cole, Informed Comment blog, posted September 9


Note:  These recent-article lists are posted at http://blog.historiansagainstwar.org.  Suggestions for inclusion can be sent to jimobrien48@gmail.com.  Maia Ramnath, Matt Bokovoy, and Carolyn (Rusti) Eisenberg suggested articles that are included in this week's list.



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