Nearly sixty years ago, I was seated comfortably in the Morrison Library at U.C. Berkeley.  Oblivious to the luxury around me, I was fascinated by an essay I was reading. The essayist was reacting to the recent renewal of the old Basque separ…

I found this article very interesting and thought provoking. It may seem extreme to some to describe the U.S, as an Empire, but the author makes strong arguments in my opinion.

Source: Nearly sixty years ago, I was seated comfortably in the Morrison Library at U.C. Berkeley.  Oblivious to the luxury around me, I was fascinated by an essay I was reading. The essayist was reacting to the recent renewal of the old Basque separ…

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George M. Fattell.

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