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The April 2014 issue of Culture Wars features:
• E. Michael Jones on Crimea River: The Hypocrisy of US Foreign Policy
• Robert Cavanaugh, Jr. on Health Care and the Free Market
• Emmanuel Ratisbonne onThe End of the Rainbow in Poland
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The Ratcatcher, a novel by E. Michael Jones. When Adam Newman arrived in Germany in 1971, he thought he was going to teach English. Caught up in the CIA-orchestrated sexualization of German culture and the violent reaction it caused, Newman went from being a teacher, to being a rock star, to being a terrorist with the Baader-Meinhof Gang. After gang members were apprehended, Newman collaborated with El Fatah and what was left of the Rote Armee Faktion in a daring plan that would either get the prisoners released or decapitate the Federal Republic by blowing up the financial and political elites held hostage at a remote castle on the lower Rhein. Newman learns what it means to be an American in the first significant post-World War II uprising against the American Empire. He learns how politics is sexual. He learns that Americans are not innocent and Germans not guilty. He learns more than he taught. Read
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