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Ronald Reagan: A War Criminal's Legacy
Kellia Ramares Interviews Prof. Francis A. Boyle
Yesterday's Reaganites = Today's neocons:
Interview with Francis A. Boyle, Professor of International Law and human rights lawyer on Reaganite/Neocon war crimes & police state tactics.
This is a long interview with Prof. Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois School of Law at Urbana-Champaign. Boyle deconstructs the myth of Reagan as the man who brought down the Soviet Union.
Boyle also details Reagan's war crimes, and how many of yesterday's Reaganites are today's neocons, who are committing war crimes abroad and building a police state at home. Boyle analyzes the Reaganite/Neocon mind from a unique perspective: a progressive who was educated to be a neocon. He knows what makes them tick.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
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Weisbrot, Mark: Reagans dystre arv. I: Information, 06/09/2004.
Wittner, Lawrence S.: The Surprising Effect of the Nuclear Freeze Movement on the Administration of Ronald Reagan.
Wittner, Lawrence S.: What Activists Can Learn from the Nuclear Freeze Movement.