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Famed Uruguayan Author/Political Critic Eduardo Galeano Dies at Age 74 | Stephen Lendman


(thepeoplesvoice, April 16th, 2015 A sad day – losing two literary giants at the same time, Galeano and Germany’s Gunter Grass discussed in a separate article. Galeano lost his struggle with lung cancer. His weekly publication Brecha confirmed his death. … Continue reading

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Venezuela vs. a “Common Enemy” | JOHN PILGER and MICHAEL ALBERT


(CounterPunch, February 17, 2015 A Slow-Motion Coup   Albert: Why would the U.S. want venezuela’s government overthrown? Pilger: There are straightforward principles and dynamics at work here. Washington wants to get rid of the Venezuelan government because it is independent of US designs for … Continue reading

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