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RSVP: The Korean Policy Institute on Izzy Stone’s classic, MRP’s first ever book

MAY 31, 6 PM ET
The Hidden History of the Korean War
A live, virtual event hosted by The People’s Forum

Join us for a discussion anchored by the Korea Policy Institute’s Christine Hong and Martin Hart-Landsberg as they talk with the writers of the book’s new introduction, Tim Beal and Gregory Elich, and broach some key questions:

*How does a divided Korea boost US militarism in the region, and globally, to this day?
*With the continuation of the war to this day, what have been the costs of division for Koreans?
*How is the book a “master class” in how to

Hierarchies leveled by solidarity around a shared hatred of fascism (International Brigade Memorial Trust on !Brigadistas!)

The simplicity of the story, as well as the excellent historical summary provided in Fraser Ottanelli’s foreword, also make it a useful, accessible introduction to the International Brigades. There is, as the afterword by Paul Buhle suggests, something inherently comic-book-worthy about the anti-fascists who volunteered for Spain. Theirs is a story of ordinary – not invincible – people pushed into performing heroic and terrifying feats of bravery for no gain but the greater good. It is to Ferguson and Timmons’ credit that they really do capture this truth in the book. | more…

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