Norman G. Finkelstein

Norman G. Finkelstein received his doctorate in 1988 from the Department of Politics at Princeton University.

For many years he taught political theory and the Israel-Palestine conflict. He currently writes and lectures.

Finkelstein is the author of nine books that have been translated into 50 foreign editions

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The Board of Deputies’ Ten Commandments to the Labour Party: Guest Post by Deborah Maccoby

BREXIT UPDATE 56: Labour’s Brexit Tragedy: Guest Post by Deborah Maccoby

BREXIT UPDATE 56: LABOUR’S BREXIT TRAGEDY Looking back on the Brexit Updates that I have been posting since January, I can see many warning signs that foreshadowed the disastrous outcome of the 2019 General Election.  In terms of Brexit, the two main reasons for the defeat were: 1) the timing of the election; and 2) Labour’s incoherent Brexit policy.

How the Iowa Caucuses Work (A Bernie organizer explains)

Here’s how the caucuses work 1. You show up at your caucus location based on precinct at 6:30 pm for registration. If you’re an independent, you can register as a democrat at the night of the caucus. 2. Doors close at 7:00 pm sharp. Show up at 7:01, and you won’t be able to caucus 3. Because the party runs caucuses, and not election officials, a chair and secretary that’s appointed by the party calls the caucus to order


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Steve Bell on Corbyn vs. Mirvis: Guest Post by Deborah Maccoby

Steve Bell cartoon on Corbyn vs. Mirvis (based on a TV cooking contest called The  Great British Bake-Off).  My money is on Corbyn: