U.S. Anti-Communism and the Third World
Program #IMAC001. Recorded in Cambridge, MA on November 11, 1988.
Dessima Williams (Grenada), Cheddi Jagan (Guyana), Teboho Mafole (African National Congress), Guillermo Ungo (El Salvador) speak at the Institute of Media Analysis conference.
The Amherst Interviews
Eqbal Ahmad8 CDs Ranking among the most important interviews Barsamian has ever done, this six hour-plus discussion with the noted Pakistani intellectual focuses on India, Gandhi, Tagore, Pakistan, Islam, Middle East, globalization, imperialism and encounters with Fanon, Said and Chomsky, a virtuoso performance by an original thinker. Interview by David Barsamian. Recorded at Hampshire College.
Inside the Company: CIA Diary
Philip AgeeIn the cavernous marble and glass lobby of CIA HQs in Langley, Virginia there is an inscription etched into the wall. Not some patriotic slogan, but words from the Gospel of John: “And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.” No matter who is president, particularly since 1945, there has […]
The Attack on Women & Welfare
Mimi AbramovitzThe burden of welfare reform falls overwhelmingly on poor women of color, yet discussions in Washington, state capitals and in the media scrupulously avoid mentioning gender, race and class. The public is told that support for the needy is dangerous and corrupting and furthermore there is no money for such programs. The new welfare law […]
Iraq: Refuting the Bush Allegations
As'ad AbuKhalilSince his “axis of evil” speech, President Bush has had Iraq in his gunsights. It now seems that war is inevitable. The drumbeats are almost deafening. The most powerful nation in history will lead the charge against a country of 22 million people. Iraq, ancient Mesopotamia, one of the cradles of civilization, the land between […]