HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
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Volume II April 3, 2006 Number 11
Probably the biggest news story of the week had to do with more reports that George Bush was set on war with Iraq from early in his first term...
Kevin Phillips, who became famous as an analyst for Richard Nixon, says that the Republican Party has become the first religious party in American history. It is not a development he likes...
More Israel bashing without even one word of criticism of Palestinian suicide bombers whose primary goal is to assassinate Jewish civilians...