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Leo Robinson, soul of the longshore

January 29, 2013

Leo Robinson was a Black leader of the longshore union in San Francisco. He died in mid-January. For many of us, he was a lifelong companion, an example of what being an internationalist and a working class activist was all about. When Leo Robinson spoke, he had the full attention of every union member in Local 10’s cavernous waterfront union hall.

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The story of the Omaha Two

June 25, 2011

Third-party presidential candidate George Wallace, the former governor of Alabama, was in Omaha in March 1968 to qualify his American party in Nebraska. Wallace had arrived in Omaha on Sunday, the day before, and held an angry news conference to provoke a large turnout at his rally.

The Afghanistan trap

November 1, 2009

The Afghanistan war is due for a recycling, but it may not go the way the U.S. has planned. Begun under dubious circumstances, more as a demonstration war to set the stage for the real drama of Iraq, Afghanistan has almost always been more useful as a proxy war fought by others, rather than a direct war fought by Americans.

A ‘new relationship?’

May 13, 2009

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Latin American leaders amidst a promise of a new relationship with America del Sur. A new relationship would be an end to U.S. imperialism.

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