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MS Book Festival: Hot Books, Top Authors, Cool Event

Delta Democrat-Times 16 Aug 2022
Below is a press release from the Mississippi Book Festival. ... The signature feature of the event is its showcase of acclaimed and talented authors of every genre — bestselling novelists, honored historians, celebrated children’s book authors, prize-winning journalists, and so many more ... Stellar Lineup on Saturday, August 20, 2022 ... Book One ... loading. .
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Three books probe Donald Trump’s grip on the Republican Party

Economist 16 Aug 2022
how did a man like Donald Trump come to dominate the right, and how does he continue to do it? Since the businessman and television personality won the Republican nomination in 2016, authors, historians, journalists and political insiders have sought to provide an answer.
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Blood And Iron: Volkswagen And Modern Slavery In Brazil

OWP 14 Aug 2022
Professor Philippe Blaise Essomba told journalists that when German soldiers pacified unruly villages or regions, defeated locals ended up in forced labor camps ... A company-run nursery in Rühen, according to journalist and historian Neal Gabler, sadistically and systematically starved to death hundreds of infants born to Polish and Russian slaves.
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The last Tsar: How Russia commemorates the brutal communist murder of Emperor Nikolai II's family

Russia Today 14 Aug 2022
Over 122 years ago, Bolsheviks brutally shattered a royal line that had lasted for over three centuries ... Eleven people were killed in total ... � Mark Bratchikov-Pogrebisskiy ... Ural historians and journalists suspect that the governor may have been using the royal remains as a bargaining chip with the federal authorities up until that moment ... .
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Opinion: Will the Republican Party trigger another round of Jan. 6-style violence ?

Times Free Press 13 Aug 2022
Wasn't Jan. 6, 2021, proof enough for Rep ... Historians, political scientists and journalists who study Republican voters and far-right groups are increasingly sounding alarms. Northwestern University historian Kathleen Belew tweeted of white-power groups and the militant right, "YES, they HAVE BEEN waiting for a moment like this." ... Indeed ... ....
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Book on Pakistan’s cultural traditions, achievements launched

Dawn 12 Aug 2022
KARACHI. Markings Publishing has launched its new title For Faith, State, and the Soul. A History of Popular Culture in Pakistan, authored by journalist, cultural critique and historian Nadeem Farooq Paracha, also known as NFP ...Popular culture emerges from the people for the people. It is organic ... .
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Jackie Calmes: Will the Republican Party trigger another round of Jan. 6-style violence ?

Finger Lakes Times 12 Aug 2022
Wasn't Jan. 6, 2021, proof enough for Rep ... "I've seen enough ... Historians, political scientists and journalists who study Republican voters and far-right groups are increasingly sounding alarms. Northwestern University historian Kathleen Belew tweeted of white-power groups and the militant right, "YES, they HAVE BEEN waiting for a moment like this." ... .
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Calmes: Will the Republican Party trigger another round of Jan. 6-style violence ?

Yahoo Daily News 12 Aug 2022
(Meg Kinnard / Associated Press). Wasn’t Jan ...I’ve seen enough ... Historians, political scientists and journalists who study Republican voters and far-right groups are increasingly sounding alarms. Northwestern University historian Kathleen Belew tweeted of white-power groups and the militant right, “YES, they HAVE BEEN waiting for a moment like this.”.
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Column: Will the Republican Party trigger another round of Jan. 6-style violence?

The Los Angeles Times 12 Aug 2022
Wasn’t Jan. 6, 2021, proof enough for Rep ... Opinion Columnist ... Historians, political scientists and journalists who study Republican voters and far-right groups are increasingly sounding alarms. Northwestern University historian Kathleen Belew tweeted of white-power groups and the militant right, “YES, they HAVE BEEN waiting for a moment like this.”.
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A Rational Conversation about China

Consortium News 12 Aug 2022
The U.S. is provoking a conflict due to its own anxieties about Beijing’s economic advances, writes Vijay Prashad. We should not let ourselves be drawn in ... By Vijay Prashad. Tricontinental. Institute for Social Research. As the U.S ... 7 ... The U.S ... Vijay Prashad, an Indian historian, journalist and commentator, is the executive director of Tricontinental.
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Can We Please Have an Adult Conversation About China?

Scheerpost 12 Aug 2022
Wang Bingxiu of the Shuanglang Farmer Painting Club (Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture, China), Untitled, 2018. By Vijay Prashad / Tricontinental. Institute for Social Research. As the US legislative leader Nancy Pelosi swept into Taipei, people around the world held their breath ... Vijay Prashad. Vijay Prashad is an Indian historian, editor and journalist.
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Biden Met With Historians Last Week to Discuss Anti-Democracy Trends

truthout 11 Aug 2022
The Washington Post characterized the August 4 meeting between Biden and the historians as a “Socratic dialogue.” The historians included journalist Anne Applebaum, Princeton professor Sean Wilentz, University of Virginia historian Allida Black, and presidential historian Michael Beschloss, among others.
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Biden quietly met with a group of historians who warned him about threats to democracy ...

Business Insider 11 Aug 2022
Drew Angerer/Getty Images President Joe Biden met with historians at the White House last week, The Washington Post reported ... The people in the meeting included Princeton University history professor Sean Wilentz, University of Virginia historian Allida Black, journalist Anne Applebaum, and presidential historian Michael Beschloss.
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Biden met with historians who warned him about threats to democracy and compared the current ...

Yahoo Daily News 11 Aug 2022
President Joe Biden met with historians at the White House last week, The Washington Post reported ... The people in the meeting were said to have included the Princeton University history professor Sean Wilentz, the University of Virginia historian Allida Black, the journalist Anne Applebaum, and the presidential historian Michael Beschloss.
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Why Romila Thapar does not like Narendra Modi’s India

The Telegraph India 11 Aug 2022
India under Hindutva represents a “reversal of the values” and “ideals” of the independence movement, historian Romila Thapar has said. On how she saw India under Hindu nationalism, as suggested by journalist Karan Thapar who interviewed her for The Wire news website, Romila Thapar said.

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