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Interchange – The Graphically Radical Paul Buhle

Cartoon Paul Buhle by Steve Chappell

Our music tonight, at the suggestion of our guest, comes from The Fugs, formed in 1963 by the poets Ed Sanders and Tuli Kupferberg and Ken Weaver. And we open with, “Here Comes the Levellers,” which is from the Reagan Era release No More Slavery. Our guest is Paul Buhle, one of the foremost historians of American Radicalism and the …

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Howard Zinn: Correcting History

In honor of Howard Zinn scholars and activists from across the country  took part in a read-in of Zinn’s work on campuses across the nation On Tuesday, Nov. 5,  The read-in was organized by members of the IU-Bloomington Progressive Faculty and Staff Caucus. Speakers include Prof. Alex Lichtenstein, Purnima Bose, Sarah Knott, Stepanka Korytova, Isabel Piedmont-Smith. This event was recorded …

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Daily Local News – November 5, 2013

The Strike Mic; Local volunteers will again help people understand and navigate the enrollment process for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act; After eighteen months of construction, the northwest Bloomington YMCA will have an open tour this Sunday afternoon; Anyone interested in helping track winter eagle activity at Monroe Lake will have the opportunity to attend Citizen Scientist training …

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