On history : Oliver Stone and Tariq Ali in conversation.
- On history : Oliver Stone and Tariq Ali in conversation.
- Stone, Oliver.
- Chicago, Ill. : Haymarket Books ; [Minneapolis, Minn.] : Trade distribution in the US, Consortium Book Sales and Distribution, 2011.
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- xii, 105 p.; 20 cm.
- "In working together on two challenging new documentaries?South of the Border and the forthcoming Showtime series Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States?filmmaker Oliver Stone engaged with author and filmmaker Tariq Ali in a probing, hard-hitting conversation on the politics of history. Their dialogue brings to light a number of forgotten?or deliberately buried?episodes of American history, from the U.S. intervention against the Russian Revolution, to the dynamic radicalism of the Wobblies, how Henry Wallace?s nomination for the vice-presidency was deliberately thwarted by Democratic Party machine insiders, to the ongoing close connections between various U.S. presidents and the Saudi royal family. For Stone and Ali?two of our most insightful observers on history and popular culture?no topic is sacred, no orthodoxy goes unchallenged."--Publisher's website.
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- On history : Tariq Ali and Oliver Stone in conversation
- Ali, Tariq > Interviews
- Stone, Oliver > Interviews
- Historiography > Political aspects > United States
- Popular culture > Political aspects > United States
- United States > Politics and government > 20th century
- United States > Politics and government > 21st century
- United States > Foreign relations > 20th century
- United States > Foreign relations > 21st century
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- committed to retain
- From the Russian Revolution to the Second World War -- The Post/Word War II Order -- The Soviet Union and its Satellite States -- Pax Americana? -- Blowback -- The Revenge of History.
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