Edward Curtin

Edward Curtin is a writer whose work has appeared widely.  He teaches sociology at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. His website is http://edwardcurtin.com/

The CIA Then and Now: Old Wine in New Bottles

We Need a Martin Luther King Day of Truth

A Gentrified Little Town Goes to Pot

What Are We Working For?

Loving Me Was Easier: A Parable for the Perplexed

Slow Suicide and the Abandonment of the World

Gina Haspel and Pinocchio From Rome

Though Invisible to Us, Our Dead Are Not Absent

The Coming Wars to End All Wars

Let Me Be Frank: Francesco Serpico, A Genuine Actor

An Advent Calendar to Beat the Devil

A Man Turns

Waiting for the American Dream

Reviving the Spirit of Existential Rebellion in a World of Propaganda, Lies and Self Deception

Organized Chaos and Confusion as Political Control

The Super Patriotic Draft Dodger’s Rag: “Fire the Son-of-a-Bitch”

Ghostly Voices Dancing in the Rain

Nobody’s Life in the Land of the Deal

The Deep State, Now and Then

Dark Secrets From World War II

Sorry, You’re Not Invited