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Front Lines of the Class War from 1927 to Today

The Front Lines of the Class War from 1927 to Today


Greg Palast Reports For Democracy Now!
June 14, 2006

"Years from now, in Guantanamo or in a refugee relocation "Enterprise Zone", your kids will ask you, "what did you do in the class war, daddy?" We may have to admit that conquest and occupation happened before we could fire off a shot. The trick of class war is not to let the victims know they're under attack. That's how, little by little, the owners of the planet take away what little we have."

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