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Tag Archives: revolution
Libya: The Scoop (HT Mother Jones)
Yet another excellent roundup from Mother Jones Magazine: “What’s happening in Libya Explained”. If you want the background and timeline for the unrest (and, God willing, impending revolution) in Libya, this is a great place to get it.
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Bahrain: The Scoop
Mother Jones Magazine (yes, that’s right — the old time leftist labor publication) has done it again: published a superb backgrounder on events in Bahrain along the same lines as earlier articles on the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt. I’m … Continue reading
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Egypt :) :) :) :) :)
Way to go, people of Egypt! Just… way to go! “First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.” — Mohandas K. Gandhi (who definitely knew) And, way to go, Google. :-) Apparently … Continue reading
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