Marjorie Cohn on Afghanistan’s Unending War, Amit Narang on Deregulation & Corporate America

New Yorkers who were here for September 11 remember vigils, hugs from strangers and signs all over the streets reading, “Our grief is not a cry for war.” But war is what came, to the delight of many in media—first to Afghanistan, which the US invaded o…

New Yorkers who were here for September 11 remember vigils, hugs from strangers and signs all over the streets reading, "Our grief is not a cry for war." But war is what came, to the delight of many in media—first to Afghanistan, which the US invaded on October 7, 2001, and never left.
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