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Is America ready to use the term fascist in our political discourse? Rachel Maddow explores how Donald Trump has mainstreamed extremism

More Mosley than Hitler: Donald Trump and the fascism debate

With Donald Trump's new TV ad out this week, the "F" word - fascism - is once more being bandied about. Ever since Trump first started pontificating on his plans for a Mexican wall there have been discussions about whether his anti-immigrant ... People's World, 1 month ago

Does Mein Kampf Remain a Dangerous Book?

There was a lot said last week about the reëmergence, in Germany, of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf (My Struggle)—which just became legal to publish and sell there, for the first time since the end of the Second World War, albeit in a heavily hedged ...
 New Yorker1 week ago

Mark Perryman: Don't Tell Him Pike

1968 was a tumultuous year. The Tet Offensive, the civil rights movement, the May events of 'Paris, London, Rome, Berlin, We shall fight, we will win' and the Prague Spring. This was also the year, 15th April to be precise, that Dad's Army , ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago

Dad's Army is hopelessly funny but never a joke

MARK PERRYMAN questions a version of English patriotism that airbrushes out the WWII politics of anti-fascism or reduces the Battle of Britain to a football chant NINETEEN sixty-eight was a tumultuous year. The Tet offensive in Vietman, the ...
 Morning Star Online1 week ago
Barbados Daily Nation

SATURDAY'S CHILD: Among the believers

A Fashion affair Read More England rout Windies U-19s Read More 400 set for Classic action Read More EDITORIAL: Reform must move past talk Read More MAVIS BECKLES: Highways want cleaning up Read More Wild card Peter Ram in Soca ...
 Barbados Daily Nation2 weeks ago

Book Review: Party Animals

Party Animals by David Aaronovitch (Jonathan Cape, £17.99) TIMES journalist David Aaronovitch didn't have a happy childhood in London despite enjoying an idyllic time at primary school, where he excelled. He complains that his mother ...
 Morning Star Online2 weeks ago

Racism: the Achilles heel of middle class liberalism

Instead of devoting serious attention to the forces of Islamophobia, liberal intellectual and political life in Europe merely tilts at windmills, writes KEVIN OVENDEN WASNT Charlie Hebdo once something to do with the left, loosely a product of a ...
 Morning Star Online3 weeks ago

All in the Family

David Pryce-Jones BY: Follow @matthewwalther January 16, 2016 5:00 am During her long retirement from Hollywood, Greta Garbo was, as many of her fans know, very keen on tennis. With the young David Pryce-Jones , she chose to play the game ...
 Free Beacon4 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Germany calling WWII Traitor Lord Haw-Haw was executed

William Brooks Joyce was born in Brooklyn, New York on 27th April 1906. His father was an Irish Catholic, who had become a US citizen, and his mother was an Anglican. Shortly after the William's birth, the family returned to Ireland. Between 1915 ...
 War History Online4 weeks ago Lord Haw Haw was no laughing matter  Irish Independent1 month ago

Fired up to defend Britain

Chaos: But London's Jews were first in line to help dampen the wartime firesThe firefighters of Irish heritage during the 9/11 attack on New York were lauded for their courage and resilience. The tragedy drew public attention to the Irish tradition ...
 MyInforms1 month ago
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