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Fashion, tips for surviving a police encounter, and why we might all be better off when the American empire crumbles are among the subjects the late CounterPunch editor Alexander Cockburn rapped about in a conversation in the Deep South sometime during the summer of 2006.

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I'd gone to Atlantic City in August of 2009 to see Crosby, Stills and Nash to be reminded of the exquisite outrage that they, along with Neil Young, had so famously hurled into the hellish maelstrom that was the Vietnam War.

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Forty years after he helped destroy SDS, Mark Rudd condemns his role in Weatherman as "the greatest single mistake of my life … a historical crime." How did it happen and what did it mean? Why did peaceful protest give way to violent resistance? What lessons are to be learned from the failure to spurn the seductions of charismatic cults?

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In a move that further complicates the anti-government unrest rocking Greece for the past four days, the country's two biggest trade unions have declared their intention to go ahead with a planned 24-hour strike, likely to paralyze the economy in protest against government policies and incompetent handling of the economic crisis.

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Russia's leader answers mostly tough questions for three and a half hours without the aid of notes or alcohol--a new personal record. | story
Of interest: He doesn't regard Hamas as a terrorist organization and won't support cutting off its funding.

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