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Whose Land is it Anyway?

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An earlier version of this article was published in the Oxford Left Review in 2014 under the headline Whose Land is it Anyway? — Radical Land Reform in Gaelic Scotland....


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Report: Clinton compares Putin's Ukraine moves to Hitler and Nazi Germany

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(CNN) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly said Tuesday that the moves Russian President Vladimir Putin has made in Ukraine are similar to those Adolf Hitler and the Nazis made in the 1930s.
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Anti-Japanese Wartime Propaganda

Anti-Japanese Wartime Propaganda | Politics | Scoop.it

The most profound cause of anti-Japanese sentiment outside of Asia had its beginning in the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Japaneseattack propelled the United States into World War II. The Americans were unified by the attack to fight against the Empire of Japanand its allies, Nazi Germany and fascist Italy.

 

The massive run of propaganda posters the United States government printed and disseminated were about far more than just raising morale back home; they served both practical and psychological purposes. According to Wikipedia: “Anti-Japanese propaganda was used to dehumanize, antagonize, and create fear of the Japanese people and Japanese nation. It was commonplace in the United States and China during World War II. It was designed to help sell war bonds and was coupled with anti-Axis Powers propaganda.”


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