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José Mujica and Uruguay's "Robin Hood Guerrillas"

The Volkswagen-driving former bank robber president and the Tupamaros, the Marxist insurgents for which he fought.

When We Began

The twenty-first century couldn't have happened without 1979's upheavals.

Marxists in the State Department

U.S. foreign policy seems to assume economic factors trump culture, religion, and nationalism.

Books & Reviews

Revising the Cold War Revisionists

Yes, the Soviets really were that bad.

Only Don't Call Me Comrade

Stalin: The Dictator. The Revolutionary. The Homebody? The USSR’s Cold War ambitions have been greatly exaggerated. Worldwide Marxist revolution played second fiddle to control of the Continent.

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April 17, 2014