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Is It Fascism Yet?

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Is It Fascism Yet? is a collection of blogs I wrote beginning in January 2011 to shed some light and try to understand the dangerous changes this country is undergoing. I’ve revised and updated the blogs and included over 70 photographs, which I took while attending Occupy Wall Street rallies and other recent demonstrations as well as 21 powerful images by the insightful ...more
Kindle Edition, 178 pages
Published 2012 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Apr 07, 2013 John Rachel rated it it was amazing
Jill Dalton is a radical left-wing essayist/blogger/activist with more integrity, clarity, candor, moral and common sense than everyone in the U.S. government and mainstream media combined. This collection of essays is a must-read primer in everything that has gone wrong in a decade driven by neocon corporate imperialist madness. Some will find her extreme. I find her refreshing __ a voice of conviction and courage in frightening times fraught with hypocrisy and Orwellian doublespeak.
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