by Jeremy Young | 10/28/2007 03:53:00 PM
Former ProgressiveHistorians blogger and political scientist Gene Keyes (esperanto41) has republished an excellent article on Finland's Winter War that he originally wrote in 1972. A portion of this article was published in Crossroads: An International Socio-Political Journal in 1985.

If you're going to be in Boston on November 19, stop by Faneuil Hall at 7 PM for a free reading of the letters of John and Abagail Adams by -- get this -- Governor and Mrs. Patrick and former Governor and Mrs. Dukakis. The event is sponsored by the Massachusetts Historical Society and Harvard University Press, which is releasing a new collection of the Adams letters.

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Blogger Robert Ellman on 10/28/2007 10:58 PM:

Hello Everyone -

Since the diary format is no more here, I thought I would plug my interview of Paul Grondahl today, at my blog the Intrepid Liberal Journal. Paul's book Mayor Erastus Corning: Albany Icon, Albany Enigma was released in paperback by SUNY Press earlier this year. It's a podcast interview.

Click here for the link to my site.



Blogger Jeremy Young on 10/28/2007 11:12 PM:

Thanks Robert, and good to see you here again.


Anonymous Jesse Hemingway on 10/29/2007 8:48 PM:

Title: Rumsfeld flees France fearing arrest
Source: World News
URL Source:
Published: Oct 28, 2007
Author: staff
Post Date: 2007-10-28 02:27:39 by out damned spot

Former US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld fled France today fearing arrest over charges of "ordering and authorizing" torture of detainees at both the American-run Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and the US military's detainment facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, unconfirmed reports coming from Paris suggest.

US embassy officials whisked Rumsfeld away yesterday from a breakfast meeting in Paris organized by the Foreign Policy magazine after human rights groups filed a criminal complaint against the man who spearheaded President George W. Bush's "war on terror" for six years.

Under international law, authorities in France are obliged to open an investigation when a complaint is made while the alleged torturer is on French