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The Holocaust, Nuclear Winter, and the Cuban Embargo

I am starting to write this blog on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Wednesday, January 27th. Today marks 71 years since the liberation of Auschwitz. The end of the week will also mean the beginning of a new semester and back … Continue reading

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Climate Change, Hiroshima and Nuclear Winter.

The power of analogy can just as easily be used productively or be abused. I was accused of the latter when I compared the general populace’s inactivity in the 1930s to prevent the Nazis’ early efforts at ethnic cleansing (which … Continue reading

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