Memorial Day: Michael Parenti On “Super-Patriotism”

May 28, 2018

Michael Parenti

On this Memorial day, consider what Michael Parenti says about “Superpatriotism”: People need to understand the difference between patriotism and militarism.

Please go to the link below and open the mp3 menu, select and download “Superpatriotism”

https://archive.org/details/StateStrategiesToCreatePositiveImagesOfWar/Superpatriotism.mp3

Thanks to our friends at “Our Hidden History”

https://ourhiddenhistory.org/

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