Originally published in TheProgressive.org Become a Patron! Support our work at Paypal, Venmo (ZDRoberts) or cashapp ($ZDRoberts) Not since opening the pages of a worn copy of Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States have I read a book on a subject about which I thought I knew a great deal, only to learn that I knew next to nothing….
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Bill Campbell takes an incredible amount of research and information on the KKK and his hometown at the time and builds a narrative arc that will keep everyone reading.
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This week on the Visu.News podcast I chat with long time friend and colleague Jeanne Devon. She’s the editor and founder of TheMudflats.net – if you read anything about Sarah Palin back in 2008, it’s likely a story that she wrote and then was picked up by the networks. This week she’s on to talk…
Follow The Money – Interviews by Dennis Bernstein of Flashpoints
Editors note – this is a straight up press release. We pretty much never publish these, but this is a book that I’m featured in, along with Greg Palast and many other lefty journalists and activists. I highly recommend checking it out. Get the book here. On April 15, tax day, we think about money….
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