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Salvador Allende Gossens (Spanish pronunciation: [salbaˈðoɾ aˈʝende ˈɣosens]; 26 June 1908 – 11 September 1973) was a Chilean physician and politician, known as the first Marxist...

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  • From the end of one revolutionary wave to preparing for another

      News Source: Open Democracy | 7 days ago
    There can be no doubt that we are witnessing a clear victory for the counter-revolution and confirmation of the end of the first wave of the Egyptian revolution. This does not mean, however, that the counter-revolution's victory is final, nor does it
  • Noam Chomsky | Whose Security? How Washington Protects Itself and the ...

      News Source: Truthout | 28 days ago
    Second, it is an unusually open society, possibly uniquely so, which means we know more about it.  Finally, it is plainly the most important case for Americans, who are able to influence policy choices in the U.S. -- and indeed for others, insofar as
  • Lives Lived: Vincent J. Devitt, 84

      News Source: The Globe & Mail | 3 months ago
    Story Through benign neglect, Buster (as he was known in childhood) was allowed to run wild. Police officers would turn up at the door looking for him: He and his pals once cut down trees on Toronto Hunt Club property to make a fort; another time
  • Spain hunts remains of 'Quixote' author Cervantes (AFP)

      News Source: Xtra News | 3 months ago
    Scientists launched a radar-assisted hunt in a Madrid convent on Monday for the remains of Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes, author of "Don Quixote". Two technicians in grey vests paced around a church altar in central Madrid's red-brick Convent of
  • Search for Cervantes' lost remains: team to begin sweep of Madrid convent

      News Source: Guardian Unlimited | 3 months ago
    Madrid Convent of las Trinitarias Descalzas, Madrid: writer Miguel de Cervantes is recorded as having been buried here in 1616. Photograph: Daniel Ochoa De Olza/AP For years, Fernando de Prado felt he was tilting at windmills in his quest to find the
  • Sweden's Great Welfare Heist

      News Source: Red Pepper | 3 months ago
    Across the EU, voters are being offered a choice between corporate technocrats and anti-immigrant nationalists. In this special focus, Red Pepper looks at the possibilities for another Europe...Every day and all evening the classrooms and lecture
  • Scotland at the crossroads: the path to a new-born star?

      News Source: Red Pepper | 6 months ago
    Roz Paterson sees new political alignments and vibrancy on the left in the campaign for a yes vote January 2014 This is a shitty government, but it's our government!' This, rather qualified, statement of solidarity appeared on a demonstration in
  • Who killed the ISRO's cryogenic engine?

      News Source: Rediff | 8 months ago
    03 IST Rajeev Srinivasan on the disastrous after-effects of a made-up spying incident. I n the middle of the euphoria about the launch of Mangalyaan, India's Mars probe, it may seem churlish to bring up the question of whether the space programme

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