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Tom Palaima

Tom Palaima

Tom Palaima, a MacArthur fellow and professor of Classics at University of Texas at Austin, has long taught and written about the human experience of war and violence.

Articles by this author

 

Trump’s Foreseeable Coup Attempt

American exceptionalism lulls us into thinking that what has happened in other countries cannot happen here.

Al Martinich ·


2020 Is Not 1968, But It Could Be

If we are to reach another new frontier, we may have to rely on each other—a remarkable 'ask' in the time of Covid-19, but one that many people, young and old, seem to be answering.

Al Martinich ·


The Trump Presidency is Reversing History

If Trump is not convicted in the Senate of abusing his power and obstructing Congress, he will be emboldened.

Al Martinich ·


President Donald Trump and Political Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

Trump’s latest manifestationof political MSP has many stages.

Al Martinich ·


Sniper’s War and Anti-Terrorist Terrorism

“Better ways must be found to deal with such confrontations.”

Tom Palaima ·

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