Tuesday July 5, 2022
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Culture

staff | Minneapolis, MN | 5/02/22
Dee Knight’s My Whirlwind Lives is both a memoir and manifesto – chronicling more than five decades of anti-imperialist resistance and revolutionary...
book review
staff | New York, NY | 8/17/21
As the Delta variant rages through the U.S., a major Chinese publisher has signed a contract to distribute a timely book comparing COVID-19 responses in...
China, COVID-19
staff | United States | 7/06/20
Beachgoers stumbling on human femur bones in the sand - just a few feet from world-class resorts.
Richard Berg | Chicago, IL | 5/13/20
I have lived into my sixties without giving really serious thought to 19th century English literature.
Mick Kelly | Minneapolis, MN | 4/17/20
Why review a book that the Russian revolutionary V.I. Lenin began in 1901 and finished in 1902? The short answer is the book is just that good and it has...
staff | Chicago, IL | 7/03/19
Frank Chapman’s new book, The Damned Don’t Cry: Pages from the Life of a Black Prisoner and Organizer, is getting a great reception.
Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 6/29/19
Review of book by Frank Edgar Chapman, Jr.
staff | United States | 4/25/18
Fight Back! interviewed Aaron Leonard, who, along with Conor Gallagher, wrote two pathbreaking books that largely deal with the government repression...
Brad Sigal | United States | 1/21/18
With 'A Threat of the First Magnitude', Leonard and Gallagher have done an important service in teaching us about who these people are and the...
Dave Schneider | Iran | 6/16/13
The dogs of war in the U.S. media bark and, in true Don Quixote fashion, it’s a sign that authors Hillary and Flynt Leverett are on the move.
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