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Vincent Campbell wrote:
> Another interesting piece Joe.
is this part of the thread on contagion?
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> > Subject: Blaming America First (from Mother Jones magazine)
> > >Blaming America First Why are some on the left, who rightly demand
> > sympathy for victims around the world, so quick to
> > >dismiss American suffering? by Todd Gitlin January/February 2002
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Here's something similar from the Guardian today. compare the emotional content
"Did the left lose the war?"
Kabul fell in five weeks. The Islamic world has not erupted. So did the left get
it all wrong - and does it matter?
Andy Beckett Guardian Thursday January 17, 2002
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