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Who Owns The Earth? Who Will Defend The Earth?
–by Noam Chomsky (Jul 19, 2013) With wrenching tragedies only a few miles away, and still worse catastrophes perhaps not far removed, it may seem wrong, perhaps even cruel, to shift attention to what may seem to be more abstract prospects, … Continue reading
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