All Articles on Salvador Allende

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To Honor the Victims, Let Us Make Peace, Instead of War
THE COINCIDENCE of dates is precious to human beings because it creates the impression that underlying the chaos of normality is a structure of order. The passage of time is not a mere matter of chance, and even things that seem unrelated are tied together, if not by links of causality, by meaning...
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Russell Mokhiber questions White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer News
Ari & I: December 5, 2002
Russell Mokhiber questions White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer
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Is Henry Kissinger a War Criminal?
Thirty years after the death of Charles Horman inspired a bestseller and an Oscar-winning movie, his widow still pursues those she believes are really to blame -- including the former U.S. secretary of state. It's one reason the quest for international justice makes the United States so nervous.
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Selective Justice: The US Has Been Sponsoring Terror in My Native Latin America for Decades
My involvement in human rights issues and my commitment to justice was inevitable, for I was born in Nicaragua, a country which endured almost 50 years of despotic rule. In the early 20th century it suffered invasion and repeated occupation by US forces. In 1932 they helped General Anastasio Somoza...
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