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The Irrational Vocabulary of the American Professorial Class with Regard to the Holocaust Question


Published on Friday, March 20 of 2015 by


We have introduced a new Website which is to be dedicated specifically to the work I do on campus. It’s primarily an organizational effort. You will find it here. It’s new so it’s not fully developed but the primary structure is there, as well as the first three blog posts which you will see focus on a story at The Harvard Crimson. The Open Letter you see here is the third letter to be posted on The Light on Campus. There will be a 4th and 5th and . . . . well, we’ll …

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Inconvenient History Spring 2015 Issue is now online

Published on Tuesday, March 10 of 2015 by

First Published in
Inconvenient History

The Milgram Experiments:
Cloning the Holocaust

Jett Rucker

Born in Brooklyn in 1933 to recent Jewish immigrants from Europe, Stanley Milgram was haunted most of his life by the Holocaust he narrowly missed. By the time he had gained his Ph.D. from Harvard and joined the faculty of Yale in 1960, he conceived a way to recreate at least what he supposed was the psychological milieu of the Holocaust: following orders to kill (or torture) strangers. It was, he revealed outside his formal publications, what SS guards must have done and felt-or not felt-as they …

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SMITH’S REPORT #212– February 2015

Published on Friday, February 20 of 2015 by

As a Muslim, I’m Fed Up with the
Hypocrisy of the Free Speech Fundamentalists

by Mehdi Hasan

On 7 January 2015, at about 11:30 am local time, two masked gunmen armed with assault rifles and other weapons forced their way into the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. They fired up to 50 shots, while shouting “Allahu Ak-bar” (Arabic for “God is great”), killing eleven people and injuring eleven others. The gun-men identified themselves as belonging to Al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen (Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula), which took responsibility for the attack.

On 9 January …

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