The Letter from Death

FOREWORD by Howard Zinn Lillian Moats gives us, in The Letter from Death, a brilliant and strikingly original work of the imagination, drawing both on biblical scholarship and contemporary military doctrine, infused with wit and... Read More

An Edible History of Humanity

From 1879 to 1883 Chile, Bolivia, and Peru fought the War of the Pacific. By the end of the hostilities (Chile won) 55,000 people had been killed or wounded. The aim of the combatants was... Read More

Karma, Dharma, Pudding & Pie

“Karma, dharma, pudding, and pie...” isn’t exactly how we remember the line read to us in our tender years. But then, nursery rhymes are no longer thought of in the same way either—as innocent little... Read More

I Don’t Believe in Atheists

Chris Hedges is an experienced journalist who knows his way around the Middle East and the former Yugoslavia, as well as other troubled areas. He has written one of the more powerful arguments against war... Read More