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As'ad AbuKhalil

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As'ad AbuKhalil is a Lebanese-American professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus. AbuKhalil is the author of Historical Dictionary of Lebanon, Bin Laden, Islam & America's New "War on Terrorism", and The Battle for Saudi Arabia.
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The Old Social Classes and the Revolutionary Movements of Iraq book cover
The Old Social Classes and the Revolutionary Movements of Iraq
A Study of Iraq's Old Landed and Commercial Classes and of its Communists, Ba`thists and Free Officers
Hanna Batatu - 2004-06-01 (first published in 1979)
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Book by Batatu, Hanna...
As'ad AbuKhalil
Hanna Batatu in his massive book, “The Old Social Classes…” explains this very well, and mixes Marx, with Weber and even Madison.      source
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Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels
Leben Und Werk, Erster Band - 1818-1844
Auguste Cornu - 1954-01-01
Hardcover without jacket. Grey cloth cover, slight discolouration to both boards, top and tail of spine are softened, corners slightly rubbed, clear, bright and tight.First British Edition...
As'ad AbuKhalil
Today I was thinking: if I were to take an oath of office, what book would I use? Either a book of Arabic poetry or this book which changed my life in my teens: “Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels: Leben Und Werk, Erster Band - 1818-1844” by August Cornu.      source
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Baghdad Burning
Toufic el Rassi - 2019-05-15
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Explore the often untold history of US and Western intervention in the Middle East and its devastating consequences for the region's people in this eye-opening graphic novel. Through powerful visuals and insightful storytelling, the author sheds light on key events and exposes the misuse of power. This book encourages readers to deeply question American foreign policy and its expansionist agenda.
As'ad AbuKhalil
I highly recommend this book: beautiful illustrations and accurate narrative.      source
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How to Hide an Empire
Daniel Immerwahr - 2019-02-19
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Discover the forgotten side of American history outside the mainland with How to Hide an Empire. Delve into the United States' actual territories, from the Guano Islands to Puerto Rico, and learn about the country's complex colonial past. Daniel Immerwahr presents a gripping and fast-paced history, filled with surprising anecdotes and a unique view of empire and globalization. A Publishers Weekly best book of 2019 and a 2019 NPR Staff Pick, How to Hide an Empire is a major work of history that recontextualizes American power on a global scale.
As'ad AbuKhalil
For those who want to understand the historical agony of Puerto Rico and the account of US colonial savagery there, read the brilliant book by Daniel Immerwahr, “How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States”.      source