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Until now, BARBARA EHRENREICH says, Americans seemed to have nothing to say about their ongoing economic ruin except, “Hit me! Please, hit me again!” then on April 1, truck drivers started standing upin
READ the Truckers’ website; READ Barbaras report at TheNation.com.
Also: the Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction was awarded yesterday to UCLA historian SAUL FRIEDLANDER for his book on the holocaust, The Years of Extermination: Nazi
READ my Q&A with Saul Friedlander in Dissent.
PLUS: Israel, Palestine, and a tenure battle at
She wrote Facts on the Ground: Archaeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioning in Israeli Society. In 2006, she came up for tenure at Barnard; JANE KRAMER of The New Yorker reports that No one in her department doubted she would get it. But in August 2007, a petition entitled Deny Nadia Abu El-Haj tenure was posted on the Internet.