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Monthly Archives: July 2021
Common Dreams: Biden Applauded for Executive Order Targeting ‘Insidious’ Anti-Worker Practices
“‘The measures encouraged by this EO represent a wish list progressives and other pro-competition advocates have been promoting for years, and in some cases decades,’ David Segal, director of the Demand Progress Education Fund, said in a statement. “‘From a ban … Continue reading
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Booknotes: Shanghai Conspiracy, The Mission of Demythologizing
Some booknotes: A. Major General Charles Willoughby. Shanghai Conspiracy: The Sorge Spy Ring. Western Islands, 1965. This book was originally published in 1952. Charles Willoughby served as chief of intelligence under General Douglas MacArthur, who writes the introduction to this … Continue reading
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