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Thursday, January 19, 2017

[haw-info] HAW Notes 1/19/17: HAW contingent in NYC march; Marv Gettleman; links to recent articles of interest


For anyone in the New York City area planning to take part in the Women's March on Saturday, this is a reminder that there will be a HAW contingent in the march. It will meet at the southwest corner of 45th Street and 2nd Avenue at 11:30; look for the big "Historians Against the War" banner.

Two tributes to the late Marv Gettleman by HAW Steering Committee members have been posted on the HAW website, one by Van Gosse and one on behalf of the organization by Rusti Eisenberg.


Links to Recent Articles of Interest

By Michael Klare, TomDispatch.com, posted January 17

"Israel as theLights Go Out"

By Roger Cohen, New York Times, posted January 17

 

"A Lesson on How to Survive Trumpism – from the McCarthy Era"

By Ellen Schrecker, The Nation, posted January 9

The author has written, among other books, Many Are the Crimes: McCarthyism in America.

 

"How Henry KissingerConspired against a Sitting President"

By Zach Dorfman, Politico.com, posted January 6

On Kissinger's advice to the dictatorial Pinochet regime in Chile during the Jimmy Carter presidency


"America's MajorChallenges in Middle East Policy, 2017"

By Juan Cole, Informed Comment blog, posted January 1

The author teaches history at the University of Michigan.

 

"Nixon's VietnamTreachery"

By John A. Farrell, New York Times, posted December 31

New evidence on the sabotaging of Vietnam peace talks in October 1968

 

"Trump's Madman Gambit: History Shows His Nuclear Threats Will Fail"

By Jeffrey P. Kimball, US News and World Report, posted December 30

The author is a professor of history emeritus at Miami University and co-author of Nixon's Nuclear Specter

 

"Why Obama – and Every President since Carter – Failed to Transform the Middle East"

Interview with Andrew J. Bacevich by Sean Illing, Vox.com, posted December 29

Andrew J. Bacevich is a professor emeritus of history and international relations at Boston University.


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