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Eqbal Ahmed Papers, 1956-1999 (Bulk: 1966-1999)
12 boxes and 4 tubes (15.25 cubic ft.)
Collection number: MG5

Abstract:
Correspondence, notes and writings document the life and thought of Eqbal Ahmad (1932-1999), an eminent Third World scholar. Ahmad's major interest in politics and political theory led him to analyze many of the revolutionary and liberation movements of the modern Third World, while remaining vehemently opposed to war and violence. Also present are records of the Harrisburg 7 conspiracy trial, in which a group of Vietnam War protestors, Ahmad among them, were indicted, and later acquitted, for plotting to kidnap Henry Kissinger. The collection also includes research material collected by Ahmad for his work, and a collection of posters for liberation and revolutionary movements, many from Cuba.

Terms of Access and Use: Restrictions on use:

Although the collection was donated to Hampshire College for use by qualified scholars, copyright for unpublished material was retained by the donor. Contact information is available from the Hampshire College Archives.

Hampshire College Archives

Biographical Note

Eqbal Ahmad, scholar, teacher, writer, international political activist.

Eqbal Ahmad was born in the state of Bihar, India in 1932. When he was 4, his father was killed in a land dispute; in 1948, during the partition of India, he and his family (who were Muslims) moved to Lahore, Pakistan. He attended Foreman Christian College in Lahore, then came to Occidental College in California on a Rotary scholarship in the mid-1950s. He entered Princeton in 1958, where he obtained his doctorate in 1965. He taught at Cornell in the 1960s, was appointed a fellow at the Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs, at the University of Chicago, and later joined the Washington Institute for Policy Studies. He was the first directory of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. He married Julie Diamond in 1969, and had one daughter, Dohra.

In 1971, he was one of the Harrisburg 7 indicted for plotting to kidnap Henry Kissinger to protest the U.S. involvement in Vietnam. He was acquitted in 1972, along with all the other alleged co-conspirators. After teaching at various universities, in 1982 he became Professor of Politics and Middle East Studies at Hampshire College, where he taught until he retired in 1997. In his later years he pursued a project of creating an alternative liberal arts college, Khaldunia, for Pakistan, and also wrote a regular column for the Pakistani newpaper, Dawn. Eqbal Ahmad died in 1999, in Islamabad, Pakistan, of complications following surgery for cancer.

A prolific writer, Ahmad wrote extensively on the relationship between the West and the post-colonial states of Africa and Asia. His constant concern for the welfare of people as individuals led him to vehement opposition to war and violence, whether by nation states or by ideological, nationalist or fundamentalist movements. His power of critical analysis made him a valued counselor, as well as an unsparing critic, of leaders and intellectuals in the Middle East and Pakistan, as well as many other parts of the world.

Edward Said wrote of him, "His life was an epic and poetic one, full of wanderings, border crossings, and an almost instinctive attraction to liberation movements, movements of the oppressed and the persecuted, causes of people who were unfairly punished--whether they lived in the great metropolitan centres of Europe and America, or in the refugee camps, besieged cities, and bombed or disadvantaged villages of Bosnia, Chechnya, south Lebanon, Vietnam, Iraq, Iran, and, of course, the Indian subcontinent." (AlAhram Weekly, May 9, 1999)

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, notes and writings document the life and thought of this eminent Third World scholar. Eqbal Ahmad's major interest in politics and political theory led him to analyze many of the revolutionary and liberation movements of the modern Third World, while remaining vehemently opposed to war and violence. His work examines the consequences of imperialism for developing countries, including anti-imperialist movements, revolutions, and terrorism. His particular area of concern was the Middle East, North Africa, and India and Pakistan, but his interests were wide ranging, and his published writings include works on China, Japan, the Balkans, Latin America and South-east Asia. He was outspoken in his opposition to oppression of all kinds, and many of his columns for the Pakistani newspaper Dawn castigate government corruption, inefficiency and indifference to the plight of the common people. He was an inspiring teacher and an untiring promoter of the value of education, as shown by his work on the Khaldunia University project which proposed an alternative liberal arts college for Pakistan.

Also present are records of the Harrisburg 7 conspiracy trial of 1971-1972, which exemplified the FBI's response to Vietnam war protestors, among whom Eqbal Ahmad must be considered a charter member.

The collection is primarily in English, though a small amount of material is present in French, Arabic, Urdu, Spanish and other modern European languages.

The collection consists of 12 boxes (32 x 27 x 39 cm., 14 cu. ft.) of paper records and AV materials, and 4 tubes (10 x 110 cm., 1.25 cu. ft.) of rolled posters. It includes material dating from 1956 to 1999, with the bulk from 1966 to 1999.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on use:

Although the collection was donated to Hampshire College for use by qualified scholars, copyright for unpublished material was retained by the donor. Contact information is available from the Hampshire College Archives.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Ahmad, Eqbal, The Eqbal Ahmad Papers, 1956-1999. Archives, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA 01002.

History of the Collection

Processing Information

The Eqbal Ahmad Papers were donated to the Hampshire College library in June 1999 by his daughter Dohra Ahmad. The collection was received in two filing cabinets, one large and one small, and in several boxes of papers and miscellaneous materials removed from Ahmad's on-campus apartment. Additional material was received in two boxes in the spring of 2001. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, notes, research material, published and unpublished writings, AV materials, and posters. The collection was received in file folders usually labeled with subjects or names, but was in no discernable order, except that most of the material relating to the conspiracy trial was in the same file drawer. During processing, the collection was organized by type of material, refiled in acid-free folders, and filed alphabetically by the original heading, where one was present. Writings were filed alphabetically by title. Material weeded during processing consisted of four boxes of newspaper clippings on various subjects not directly related to Eqbal Ahmad but used by him in his work. Clippings about Ahmad were filed in the Subject Files section; also all clippings concerning the conspiracy trial were kept with that section. Five boxes of photocopied articles appearing in academic and popular periodicals were also weeded. A bibliography of these articles was prepared and is included as the first file under Research Material.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Jimi Jones
Hampshire College Image, Sound and Text Archives
Johnson Library Center
Hampshire College
Amherst, MA 01002

Phone: (413) 559-5761
Fax: (413) 559-5419

Email: jljones@hampshire.edu
URL: http://www.hampshire.edu/library/index_archives.htm
Language
English, French, and Spanish
Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Series Descriptions



Miscellaneous correspondence is filed first by date, followed by correspondence filed in alphabetical order by correspondent or subject. Ahmad did not keep copies of his own letters as a general rule; the files contain letters almost exclusively addressed to him. Notable correspondents include Daniel Berrigan, Noam Chomsky and Edward Said.




These files contain material listed by subject which are predominantly not correspondence. Several files relate to courses taught, and include syllabi and bibliographies. Also present are files of newspaper clippings about Ahmad, and several files relating to the Khaldunia University project. Three files contain work by Ahmad's brother Saghir Ahmad, who was interested in many of the same topics as Eqbal, but who was killed in an accident in the 1970s.




Material relating to the Harrisburg 7 conspiracy trial of 1971-72 is filed in this series, including legal documents, correspondence and clippings, as well as Ahmad's notes taken at the trial proceedings.




Filed alphabetically by subject, these are voluminous handwritten notes kept by Ahmad on all subjects in which he was interested. They are distinguished from material filed in the Writings Series in that they do not form a coherent narrative.




These files contain material collected by Ahmad for his own research. Much of this material consists of printed material from Pakistan or other Third World countries, or original (unpublished) material. A bibliography of the journal articles which were weeded during processing appears as the first item in this series. The remaining material is filed alphabetically by subject. There are large amounts of material on Pakistan, Algeria, Israel and Palestine, and Vietnam.




This series contains published and unpublished writings filed alphabetically by title. In some cases, articles may appear twice due to title/subtitle confusion or in cases where the draft of an article has a different title from the published version. In his later years, Ahmad wrote weekly columns for news magazines published in Pakistan (Dawn) and Egypt (AlAhram). There are several files of Dawn columns filed by date in addition to the individual columns filed by title. Also present are some collected files of letters to the editor for various publications. A partial bibliography of published writings by Eqbal Ahmad was prepared by Yogesh Chandrani, a former student and colleague, in the spring of 1999. This bibliography appears as the first folder in this series.




Present in this section are videotapes, audiotapes, a small collection of photographs, and miscellaneous material. The collection includes material by and about Ahmad, including the autobiographical Stories My Country Told Me produced by BBC Arena. It also includes items collected by Ahmad for his work. Individual items are listed for this series.




Tube 1 contains posters relating to Eqbal Ahmad. Tube 2 contains organizational charts of the revolutionary movement (FLN) in Algiers in the 1950s. Tubes 3 and 4 contain posters for various movements and causes, among them a collection of Cuban posters. Individual items are listed for this series.

Contents List
Series 1. CORRESPONDENCE:



1966-69


Box 1
1970


Box 1
1971-72


Box 1
1980-83


Box 1
1984-89


Box 1
1991-92


Box 1
1993-94


Box 1
1995-96


Box 1
1996-98


Box 1
1999


Box 1
Aberlee, Kathleen


Box 1
Activists' Newsletters, solicitations, etc.


Box 1
Ahmad, Iftikhar


Box 1
Ahmad, Saghir


Box 1
Ali, Tariq


Box 1
Alvi, Hamza


Box 1
Answered inquiries


Box 1
Aya, Rod


Box 1
Bangash, Afzal


Box 1
BBC Arena. Stories My Country Told Me, 1996


Box 1
Bechtel Corp.


Box 1
Berger, John


Box 1
Berrigan, Daniel


Box 1
Berlin Institute for Comparative Social Research


Box 1
Catonsville Nine


Box 1
Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, 1980, Delhi, India


Box 1
Chomsky, Noam


Box 1
Comments re: Northwestern Panel, 1969


Box 1
Conspiracy Trial


Box 1
Cornell University


Box 1
Dowd, Douglas


Box 1
Ellsberg, Daniel


Box 1
Falk, Richard


Box 1
Farhang, Mansour


Box 1
Freedom of Information Act, 1980-86


Box 1
Hampshire College


Box 1
Hampshire College students


Box 1
Hasan, Khalid


Box 1
Hochschild, Arlie (Mrs.)


Box 1
Iran--Government


Box 1
Job search, 1967-68


Box 1
Kazim, Raza


Box 1
Kennan, Elizabeth


Box 1
Lecture & Article Requests


Box 1
Letelier, Orlando


Box 1
Letters of recommendation


Box 1
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation


Box 1
Malley, Simon


Box 1
McWilliams, Carey


Box 1
Media


Box 1
Miscellaneous Correspondence


Box 1
New York Times


Box 1
New Yorker


Box 1
Newsday re: Pakistan


Box 1
Pakistan Committee for the Promotion of Good Governance


Box 1
Pakistan, Political Correspondence


Box 1
Pakistan Television


Box 1
Palestine National Council


Box 1
Plowshares


Box 1
Porter, David


Box 1
Publishers


Box 1
Publishers, 1964-67


Box 1
Rashid, Ahmad


Box 1
Random House


Box 1
Re: Dallal, Ahmad


Box 1
Re: Eqbal's writings


Box 1
Re: Interview with Phyllis Bennis, 1991


Box 1
Re: Makiya


Box 1
Re: Revolution and Counter-revolution


Box 1
Re: Revolutionary Warfare


Box 1
Re: Stories My Country Told Me


Box 1
Rubin, Sam


Box 1
Said, Edward


Box 1
Sailer, Randolph


Box 1
Schaar, Stuart


Box 1
Schiffrin, Andre


Box 1
Schoenman, Ralph


Box 1
Selden, Mark


Box 1
Shahak, Israel


Box 1
Shanin, Teodor


Box 1
Simmons, Adele


Box 1
Simon Fraser University


Box 2
Tlili (Tilili?), Ahmed


Box 2
Tunisia


Box 2
Weiss, Peter


Box 2
White, Christine


Box 2
Who's Who


Box 2
Winder, Bayly


Box 2
Zaki, Akram


Box 2
Series 2. GENERAL FILES:



Border Crossings (Symposium), 1997


Box 2
Business cards of correspondents


Box 2
Certificates, Fellowship


Box 2
Clippings: Eqbal Ahmad (3 folders)


Box 2
Clippings: Eqbal Ahmad--Vietnam Protests


Box 2
Course Notes: Colonial Encounters


Box 2
Course Notes: Conflict and Revolution in the Middle East


Box 2
Course Notes: Muslim Law


Box 2
Course Notes: Politics and Society in the Middle East


Box 2
Course Notes: Princeton


Box 2
Course Notes: Revolutionary Warfare


Box 2
Course Notes: State and Society in the Middle East


Box 2
Course Notes: The Wars Which Came in from the Cold


Box 2
Course Notes: World Politics


Box 2
Course Outlines: Foreign Policy


Box 2
Course Outlines: Middle East


Box 2
Course Syllabi


Box 2
Course Syllabus: SS275: Intellectuals, politics and social change (about Eqbal Ahmad)


Box 2
Hampshire College reappointment


Box 2
Khaldunia University--Clippings


Box 2
Khaldunia University--Correspondence


Box 2
Resumes


Box 2
Reviews of Eqbal Ahmad in Pakistan Press


Box 2
Saghir Ahmad: Ferazis


Box 2
Saghir Ahmad: Essays


Box 2
Saghir Ahmad: Papers


Box 2
TV: the Advocates, WGBH Boston, 1970


Box 2
Visa


Box 2
Series 3. CONSPIRACY TRIAL (KISSINGER PLOT)



Berrigan, Dan and Phil


Box 2
Chronology of events


Box 2
Clippings, July-Dec. 1970


Box 2
Clippings, Jan.-June 1971


Box 3
Clippings, July-Dec. 1971


Box 3
Clippings, Jan.-June 1972


Box 3
Clippings, Undated


Box 3
Clippings, Co-defendants


Box 3
Clippings, re: Eqbal Ahmad


Box 3
Cornell Berrigan-Ahmad Defense Committee


Box 3
Correspondence


Box 3
Correspondence, Attorneys


Box 3
Defense Committee


Box 3
Defense Committee Financial Records


Box 3
Defense Fund


Box 3
Eqbal Ahmad--photographs and press release


Box 3
FBI Clippings


Box 3
Harrisburg 8 Defense Committee


Box 3
Harrisburg Patriot editorial and reply


Box 3
Indictment and 2nd Indictment


Box 3
Legal Defense Funds


Box 3
Legal Documents


Box 3
Legal Investigation


Box 3
Lynch Letters


Box 3
Notes


Box 3
Trial Notes


Box 3
Wellfleet meeting, Aug. 1971


Box 3
Series 4. NOTES:



Afghanistan


Box 3
Africa and the Middle East


Box 3
Algeria


Box 3
Algeria ca. 1965-69


Box 3
Algeria: UGTA


Box 4
Angola


Box 4
Arab-Israeli War


Box 4
Bibliographies


Box 4
Argentina


Box 4
Z.A. Bhutto


Box 4
Bosnia


Box 4
Brazil


Box 4
Camp David


Box 4
Central Asia


Box 4
China


Box 4
Clash of civilizations


Box 4
Communism


Box 4
Comparative Government


Box 4
Conference, 6/13/87


Box 4
Counter Insurgency


Box 4
Cuba


Box 4
Culture and the state


Box 4
Democracy


Box 4
Dependency and Development


Box 4
East Timor


Box 4
Economic Development


Box 4
Economics


Box 4
Elites


Box 4
Europe


Box 4
Evaluations


Box 4
Film: Battle of Algiers


Box 4
Fundamentalism


Box 4
Government and Revolution


Box 4
Greece


Box 4
Che Guevara


Box 4
Gulf War


Box 4
History of the Middle East


Box 4
Human Rights


Box 4
Ideologies of difference


Box 4
India


Box 4
Indo-Pakistan War


Box 4
The Intellectual and the State


Box 4
Interview: Housepian: Middle East


Box 4
Intifada


Box 4
Iran


Box 4
Islam


Box 4
Israel


Box 4
Israel and the U.S.


Box 4
Japan


Box 4
Kashmir, 1965


Box 4
Henry Kissinger


Box 4
Lebanon


Box 4
Lectures


Box 4
Lectures, 1991


Box 4
Lectures, 1994-1996


Box 4
Lectures: Vietnam


Box 4
Lecture Notes, North Africa


Box 4
Long Peace


Box 4
M.E. Committee on New Alternatives


Box 4
Middle East-Lectures


Box 4
Middle East-Politics


Box 4
Notes: Misc. I - III


Box 4
Misc. 1993-1996


Box 4
Misc. 1997-1999


Box 4
National Question


Box 4
Nationalism and Imperialism


Box 4
Neo-Fascism


Box 4
Nineteenth Century


Box 4
North Africa


Box 5
North Africa 1959


Box 5
Pakistan


Box 5
Pakistan--drafts of speech


Box 5
Pakistan (written in?)


Box 5
Palestine


Box 5
PAWSS Talk--June 1997


Box 5
Peasants


Box 5
Political Development--Democracy


Box 5
Politics, Misc.


Box 5
Post-Election


Box 5
Rethinking the Cold War


Box 5
Revolutionary Warfare


Box 5
Said on Palestine


Box 5
Southeast Asia


Box 5
State and Society


Box 5
State on Dependant Society


Box 5
Stray


Box 5
Talks


Box 5
Technology in the Third World


Box 5
Terrorism


Box 5
Trade Unions


Box 5
Tunisia


Box 5
Tunisia: note cards, 1956-1958


Box 5
The 20th Century


Box 5
U.S. and the Third World


Box 5
U.S. and Western Europe


Box 5
U.S. Foreign Policy


Box 5
U.S. in the Mid-East


Box 5
U.S.--U.S.S.R. Relations


Box 5
Vietnam


Box 5
Violence/governance


Box 5
Warfare


Box 5
West Bank


Box 5
World Politics


Box 5
Yale Conference 1993


Box 5
Series 5. RESEARCH MATERIAL:



Bibliography of articles weeded during processing. 8/00


Box 5
Afghanistan


Box 5
Fouad Ajami


Box 5
Ahmad, Iftikhar


Box 5
Alavi, Hamza


Box 5
Algeria--Elections


Box 5
Arab-Israeli War


Box 5
Ashraf Ghani articles


Box 5
Arabic Readings


Box 5
Dallal, Jenine


Box 6
Camp David


Box 6
China


Box 6
Colonial India


Box 6
Edhi, Abdul Sattar


Box 6
Daniel Ellsberg


Box 6
Emails, 1995-98


Box 6
Film: Mohammed, Messenger of God


Box 6
From Disturbance to Disturbance: Anthology of Third World Poetry


Box 6
The Gulf War


Box 6
Gramsci


Box 6
India


Box 6
Indochina


Box 6
Indochina War Information Packet


Box 6
International Conference on Vietnam, 1965


Box 6
Interview--Nubar. Middle East


Box 6
Iran


Box 6
Iran--Hostages


Box 6
Islam


Box 6
Israel


Box 6
Jerusalem


Box 6
Kashmir


Box 6
Henry Kissinger


Box 6
Nicaragua


Box 6
North Africa


Box 6
Nuclear Weapons: Islamic Dimensions


Box 6
Pakistan


Box 6
Pakistan Forum


Box 6
Pakistan--Human Rights


Box 6
Pakistan--Nuclear


Box 6
Palestine


Box 6
Palestinians--Education


Box 6
Princeton Course Bibliographies


Box 6
Revolutions


Box 6
Saudi Arabia-U.S. Relations


Box 6
Shahak, Israel


Box 6
South Asian Dialogue


Box 6
Soviet Jews


Box 6
Syed, Ansaruddin


Box 6
Technology development


Box 6
Terrorism


Box 7
Transcript of Eqbal Ahmad lecture by Kofi Annan


Box 7
Tunisia


Box 7
United Nations


Box 7
Urdu Readings


Box 7
Urban Guerrilla Warfare


Box 7
U.S. Defense Department


Box 7
Vietnam


Box 7
West Bank


Box 7
Series 6. WRITINGS



Eqbal Ahmad Bibliography, June 2000, prepared by Yogesh Chandrani


Box 7
An accord on apartheid. 1995


Box 7
An address in Gaza. 1994


Box 7
The Afghan lessons. 1992


Box 7
After the hot Indian summer. 1991


Box 7
After the Indian winter. 1985


Box 7
After 'the little man in a hurry'. 1997


Box 7
After the peace of the weak. 1998


Box 7
After the war is over. 1991


Box 7
After the winter bombs. 1998


Box 7
An agenda for negociations. 1993


Box 7
Aladdin's useless lamp. 1998


Box 7
Albright's troubled journey. 1997


Box 7
Algeria began badly. 1997


Box 7
Algeria's unending tragedy. 1997


Box 7
All hell has broken loose in Pakistan (Interview). 1987


Box 7
All in 15 days! 1995


Box 7
America and Russia in South Asia: conflict or collusion. 1974


Box 7
America as superpower: how we look to the Third World. 1969


Box 7
America's electoral message. 1992


Box 7
America's Gulf War: neglected perspectives. 1990


Box 7
An American Middle East quiz. 1998


Box 7
An American revolt: 1996. 1996


Box 7
Americans should reassess policy on weapons sales. 1985


Box 7
ANC and PLO: sad comparisons. 1994


Box 7
Apocalypse tomorrow. 1998


Box 7
Approaching peace in Afghanistan. 1995


Box 7
Apropos de l'imperio.


Box 7
Apres l'escalade massive, la guerre d'usure. 1970


Box 7
Arab world under siege. 1997


Box 7
Al Arabi article (in Arabic). 1998


Box 7
Arafat's choice. 1993


Box 7
The arms habit. 1979


Box 7
Army doctrine still lacks innovation. 1989


Box 7
Article re: pro-Israeli bias in American press (in Arabic). 1994


Box 7
The artless retreat. 1993


Box 7
As Afghanistan goes. 1995


Box 7
As Pakistan slides into anarchy. 1997


Box 7
As Pakistanis living in North America...


Box 7
Assessing Operation Infinite Reach. 1998


Box 7
At Cold War's end, a world of pain. 1993


Box 7
At the rendevous of victory. 1994


Box 7
Atomic gains, nuclear losses. 1998


Box 7
Autoportrait de M. Kissinger. 1975


Box 7
The banal in journalism. 1996


Box 7
Bandung requiem. 1992


Box 7
Battle for the Muslim soul. 1991


Box 7
BCCI Blues. 1991


Box 7
Behind Arafat's electoral victory.


Box 7
Behind blown bridges. 1999


Box 7
Behind NATO's bombs. 1995


Box 7
Behind the crisis in Sindh. 1990


Box 7
Behind the struggle for Bangla Desh (interview). 1971


Box 7
A besieged imperial presidency. 1998


Box 7
The betrayed promise. 1995


Box 7
Between past and the future. 1994


Box 7
Beyond Arafat's antics. 1994


Box 7
Beyond the referendum: an Asian view. 1966


Box 7
Beyond the resignations: good government. 1989


Box 7
Beyond this battle of Karachi. 1995


Box 7
Bhutto's tragedy, Sharif's challenge. 1997


Box 7
Bill Clinton turns to God. 1998


Box 7
The bitter harvest of U.S. interventionism. 1980


Box 7
BJP's challenge to Pakistan. 1998


Box 7
Bloody games. 1988


Box 7
Blueprint for bloodshed. 1989


Box 7
Bona fide archives of Palestinian History. 1983


Box 7
Bone-breaker! Peacemaker? 1992


Box 7
Bonnie and Clyde in Karachi. 1999


Box 7
Book Reviews


Box 7
Born again apartheid.


Box 7
Bosnia: an unorthodox proposal. 1992


Box 7
Bosnia: staring into the future. 1996


Box 7
Bourguiba, Habib. 196?


Box 7
Budget blues: year after year. 1992


Box 7
The bus can bring a Nobel Prize. 1999


Box 7
By losing, he has won. 1997


Box 7
...by twisting Arab's arms. 1991


Box 7
Camp David as model.


Box 7
Campagne pour la democratie en Pakistan. 1983


Box 7
Candles at the tunnel's end.


Box 7
The case of liberal education in the Third World and its relevance for


Box 7
the poor.


Box 7
Causes for anxiety--and remedies.


Box 7
Causes of ethnic conflict in Sindh. 1990


Box 7
The challenge in Sindh. 1992


Box 7
The challenge of democracy. Paper to be delivered at conference in Malaysia. 1984


Box 7
Change or status quo? 1998


Box 7
Charlie Reese's Mid-East quiz. 1998.


Box 7
China


Box 7
Citizen's Guide to U.S. Foreign Policy in the 1970's (book) ch.I-IV. 1974


Box 7
Citizen's Guide...ch.V-VI


Box 7
Clash of civilizations. 1997


Box 7
Clinton's Carter legacy. 1992


Box 7
Clinton's reliability problem. 1995


Box 7
The Cold War from the standpoint of its victims.


Box 7
Colonial strategy: to say that the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. are brothers is


Box 7
wrong! (In Urdu) 1976


Box 7
Colonial war strategy: what changes are taking place in the U.S.A.? (In Urdu)


Box 7
Colonial strategy: to say that the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. are brothers is wrong! (in Urdu) 1976


Box 7
Colonial war strategy: what changes are taking place in the U.S.A.? (in Urdu)


Box 7
Come July, sue U.S. and Lockheed. 1995


Box 7
Commencement address, Hampshire College. 1997


Box 7
Comments on Skocpol. (Iran, 1982)


Box 7
Comments on the military-bureaucratic governments of the Middle East and


Box 7
North Africa. 1973


Box 7
Comparative biography of M.A. Jinnah and M.A.K. Azad


Box 7
Comparative study of national liberation movements: the Palestinian case. 1983


Box 7
Comprehending terror. 1986


Box 7
The conflict within. 1998


Box 8
Confronting reality in Kashmir.


Box 8
Congress of crime.


Box 8
Contre la guerre du Viet-nam, 1970


Box 8
The controversy over Kosovo. 1999


Box 8
A conversation with Gujval. 1998


Box 8
Counter-insurgency. 1971


Box 8
Country facing crisis of legitimacy: Dr. Eqbal (interview). 1995


Box 8
Covering the Middle East. 1991


Box 8
Crackdown on justice: General Zia is now the law. 1981


Box 8
Cracks in elite consensus. 1991


Box 8
Cracks in the western world(view). 1985


Box 8
Crimes of omission. 1991


Box 8
Crude politics: the slick suppression of facts on the Middle East. 1990


Box 8
Cruelties compounded. 1993


Box 8
Culture against democracy. 1995


Box 8
Culture of complaint. 1994


Box 8
Culture and violence II. 1998


Box 8
Culture of imperialism. 1997


Box 8
Cyclone in East Pakistan. 1970


Box 8
The danger and opportunity in Bosnia. 1996


Box 8
David takes on Goliath. 1999


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1991


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1992


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1993


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1994


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1995


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1997


Box 8
Dawn articles. 1998


Box 8
The day after. 1991


Box 8
The decline of Muslim societies. 1995


Box 8
Democrats against democracy. 1999


Box 8
Democracy in Pakistan: the challenge. 1989


Box 8
Democracy, Indian-style. 1997


Box 8
Democracy: the prospects. 1989


Box 8
Democracy: wishful perspectives. 1989


Box 8
Democracy without democrats. 1997


Box 8
Disarmament Movement: a critique. 1987


Box 8
Discriminatory proliferation. 1993


Box 8
Disturbing differences between PLO and ANC. 1995


Box 8
Don't write to the General. 1992


Box 8
Dr. Eqbal plans a university (interview)


Box 8
Draft--Le Monde on Pakistan. Aug, 1977


Box 8
The dynasty strikes back. 1998


Box 8
Edhi's people.


Box 8
Editorial (re: Jerusalem), Arab News and Views. 1969


Box 8
Editorial, re: Pakistan. Aug, 1971?


Box 8
Education policy: a critique


Box 8
Eliminating nuclear arms race in the subcontinent. 1995


Box 8
Elite classes and the crisis of state and society in Pakistan. 1990


Box 8
Encounter with an Islamist. 1998


Box 8
Encounters on arrival. 1996?


Box 8
End game in Afghanistan. 1992


Box 8
The end of Atlanticism. 1993


Box 8
Eqbal Ahmad: think critically and take risks (interview with Barsamian).


Box 8
1996


Box 8
Eqbal Ahmad's crystal ball. 1993


Box 8
Eqbal interview.


Box 8
An era of grief.


Box 8
L'Espagne du tiers monde. 1972


Box 8
An essay in reconciliation. 1980


Box 8
Exit friendly tyrant! 1997


Box 8
The fall and rise of the Bhuttos of Pakistan. 1989


Box 8
Falling through the cracks. 1998


Box 8
The family of nations' poor relations. 1985


Box 8
Farewell to an adversary. 1995


Box 8
Farooq Sumar's public FIR. 1995


Box 8
Feudal culture and violence. 1998


Box 8
Fever: between past and the future. 1994


Box 8
Finelines. 1990


Box 8
Fire on the mountain. 1998


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Flash point for Armageddon. 1982


Box 8
Focus on Iran. 1992


Box 8
From potato sack to potato mash. 1980


Box 8
Further notes on South Asia in crisis (response to Mahajani). 1973


Box 8
General Zia is now the law. 1981


Box 8
General Zia's last ditch. 1983


Box 8
Geneva: it won't matter to U.S. if we settle now.


Box 8
Gli spettri del Doktor Kissinger. 1975


Box 8
The governor's challenge. 1998


Box 8
The Gulf crisis: how we got here. 1990


Box 8
The Gulf in the American media. 1991


Box 8
The Gulf war. 1993


Box 8
Halfway to a century.


Box 8
Halfway to freedom: dates with disaster. 1997


Box 8
Hard year of hope. 1996


Box 8
Have bowl, will travel.


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Hawks make strange bedfellows. 1998


Box 8
Al Hayat articles.


Box 8
Healing a wounded constitution. 1996?


Box 8
Helter-skelter government. 1992


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'Het is krisis. Wat een kans!' 1984


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The high and the humble. 1994


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'Hindutva' in a shambles. 1993


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Holes dug deeper. 1998


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Hope hesitates in Algeria. 1999


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Hope returns to Algeria. 1999


Box 8
How a continent divided? 1997


Box 8
Human rights in Morocco and Tunisia. 1978


Box 8
The hundred-hour war. 1991


Box 8
Hussein, Rashed. 1978


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'I am the destiny.' 1998


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I have hope in our people, not in our ruling classes. 1986


Box 8
If Pakistan slides into civil war. 1983


Box 8
The imperatives of peace. 1997


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Imperial presidency under siege. 1998


Box 8
In a land without music. 1995


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In a lush, tormented land. 1997


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In Afghanistan: cease fire, please! 1991


Box 8
In fifteen days. 1995


Box 8
In Pakistan, a looming crisis. 1979


Box 8
In Pakistan: return of the vice regents.


Box 8
In praise of resistance. 1995


Box 8
In the light of Amnesty report: Farooq Sumar case. 1995


Box 8
India's dangerous decade. 1997


Box 8
India's mess gets messier. 1998


Box 8
India's muted response.


Box 8
India's obsession, our choice. 1998


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India's obsession, Pakistan's choice. 1998


Box 8
India's uncertain future. 1985


Box 8
India's uncertain future. 1991


Box 8
Indirect guilt. 1983


Box 8
Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture Convocation address. 1995


Box 8
Intellectual's role in society. 1995


Box 8
Interview. Oct. 17, 1983


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Interview: Eqbal Ahmad: Pakistan and U.S. strategy. 1980


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Interview--Illustrated Weekly of India. 1985


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Interview--NOHA


Box 8
Interview, re: Iran (in Arabic). 1981


Box 8
Interview with Barsamian. 1998


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Interview with Al-Hurriya. 1971


Box 8
Interview with Dr. Eqbal Ahmad.


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Interview with Harold Aram Veeser. 1990


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Interview with Julia Rabig. 1997


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Interview with Muravchik. 1980


Box 8
Interview with Nubar Housepian. 1980


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Interview with the Cleveland Beacon. 1981


Box 8
Introduction [to a book of interviews with E. Said]


Box 8
Introduction to The Invasion of Lebanon.


Box 8
Iran: a possible landmark. 1979


Box 8
Iran and the West: a century of subjugation. 1980


Box 8
Iran-deskundige Eqbal Ahmad: 'De mullahs worden in Iran in toenemende mate gewantrouwd'. 1980


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Iran-kenner Eqbal Ahmad:'Chomeini is geen maniak'. 1980


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The Iran-Iraq war.


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The Iranian hundred years war. 1979


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Iranian revolution: a landmark for the future. 1979


Box 8
Iran's cultural revolution.


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Iran's Islamic opposition. 1991


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Iran's landmark revolution: 15 years later. 1994


Box 8
Iran's quiet thermidor. 1991


Box 8
Is Indo-Pak war imminent? 1991


Box 8
Islam and politics. 1984


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Islam as refuge from failure. 1998


Box 8
The 'Islamic' nemesis. 1992


Box 8
An 'Islamic" predicament.


Box 8
Islamism: message from Turkey. 1997


Box 8
Israel and U.S.A.: Mr. Roger's non-plan. 1970


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Israel and U.S.A.: toward a Mediterranean treaty organization. 1970


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Israel and U.S.A.: toward a new pact. 1970


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Israel's power: how much glitter, how much gold? 1985


Box 8
Japan


Box 8
'The Jews who run Clinton's court'. 1995


Box 8
Jihad International, Inc. 1995


Box 8
Jinnah, in a class of his own. 1995


Box 8
Judge's day in Pakistan. 1997


Box 8
Just what in the world makes terrorists tick? 1985


Box 8
Justice at risk. 1994


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Karachi's alarming message. 1995


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Kashmir: a framework for peace. 1998


Box 8
Kashmir: elements of impasse. 1996


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Kashmir: India's nemesis. 1990


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Kashmir: necessity of choice.


Box 8
A Kashmiri solution for Kashmir.


Box 8
A Kashmiri solution for Kashmir. 1996


Box 8
Keynote address by Dr. Eqbal Ahmed.


Box 8
King Hussein's dual legacy. 1999


Box 8
Land grab in ivory tower. 1996


Box 9
Lanka's war: is the end in sight? 1997


Box 9
Last call for Bosnia. 1993


Box 9
Law against justice. 1992


Box 9
Lecture: Mahgreb in the 19th century.


Box 9
Lebanon (draft)


Box 9
Lebanon's economic mystery. 1998


Box 9
Let us have a party. 1991


Box 9
Letter to a Pakistani diplomat. 1971


Box 9
A letter to Mr. Douglas Hurd.


Box 9
Letter to the editor, NYT (unprinted). 1995


Box 9
Letters to editors.


Box 9
A limited agenda for education.


Box 9
The limits of 'infinite reach'. 1998


Box 9
London Weekend panel. 1978


Box 9
A loner's crowded world. 1994


Box 9
The long marsh [i.e. march]. 1992


Box 9
Look who's sipping tea, waiting to pounce. 1991


Box 9
Looking ahead with anxiety. 1997


Box 9
Los Angeles: rising up angry. 1992


Box 9
The Maulana's anguish. 1994


Box 9
The Maulana's lieutenant. 1993


Box 9
The Maulana's troubles. 1995


Box 9
Meanings in the disaster.


Box 9
Mechanical failure. 1998


Box 9
Memorial for an exile: Rashed Hussein (1926-77). 1977


Box 9
Men on Capitol Hill. 1991


Box 9
MERIP's fifteenth anniversary.


Box 9
The message from Hangu. 1998


Box 9
The message from Mexico. 1995


Box 9
M'hamed Ali and the Tunisian labor movement. 1978


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M'hamed Ali et les fondements du mouvement syndical tunisian. 1978


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M'hamed Ali: Tunisian labor organizer. 1993


Box 9
Middle East peace priorities in the U.S. 1989


Box 9
Middle Eastern triage. 1992


Box 9
Mirage. 1975


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A mirage mis-named strategic depth. 1998


Box 9
Missile diplomacy. 1998


Box 9
A moment of cheer. 1991


Box 9
M. Rajiv Gandhi sur la ligne de depart. 1985


Box 9
Morality on the firing line. 1997


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Morocco's Saharan venture. 1979


Box 9
Mother of all defeats. 1996


Box 9
Motion without progress. 1997


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Ms. Bhutto's options. 1989


Box 9
Murder of a metropolis. 1994


Box 9
Muslims split on 'Mohammed': to see or not to see? 1977


Box 9
A myopic movement. 1986


Box 9
Nathan Krystall. 1995


Box 9
NATO has failed. 1999


Box 9
NATO, Kosovo and Russia. 1999


Box 9
The necessity of choice. 1992


Box 9
The nemesis of Benazir Bhutto. 1990


Box 9
The neo-fascist state. 1981


Box 9
A new era or flash in the pan? 1997


Box 9
New York Review of Books letters.


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NYT letter re: Nixon's Indochina policy.


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NYT letter re: Pakistan


Box 9
NYT letters to the editor


Box 9
NYT Op Ed pieces and responses. 1979


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NYT Op Ed piece re: Tunisia and responses. 1978


Box 9
Newsline. 1992


Box 9
A nexus of power, politics, ideology and greed.


Box 9
Nightmare victory? 1991


Box 9
1992: requiem and a prayer. 1993


Box 9
1997: the year of the dead. 1998


Box 9
1998: the year of the 'bum'. 1999


Box 9
No alternative to dialogue. 1998


Box 9
No more Vietnams (debate with Huntington). 1968


Box 9
No, not again! 1992


Box 9
No swing in the Sri Lankan pendulum. 1997


Box 9
Notes on South Asia in crisis. 1972


Box 9
La nouvelle muraille de Chine. 1969


Box 9
Nuclear gains and the losses. 1998


Box 9
Nurturing democracy. 1992


Box 9
Off to a bad start. 1997


Box 9
Oh, men of clay. 1991


Box 9
On accountability and governance.


Box 9
On Arab bankruptcy. 1982


Box 9
On the road to religious fascism. 1999


Box 9
Only as good as its members. 1985


Box 9
An organization of the abject. 1997


Box 9
The other side of Indian Punjab. 1994


Box 9
Pain in Gulliver's neck. 1994


Box 9
Pak, India share much despite friction. (interview) 1994


Box 9
Pakistan after Zia. 1988


Box 9
Pakistan and the Nixon doctrine. 1973


Box 9
Pakistan at forty-eight. 1994


Box 9
Pakistan disaster (March, 1970)


Box 9
Pakistan: entering the 21st century. 1996


Box 9
Pakistan Forum.


Box 9
Pakistan in crisis: an interview with Eqbal Ahmed. 1980


Box 9
Pakistan in Le Monde Diplomatique, 10/77, 12/83


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Pakistan is on the brink of civil war.


Box 9
Pakistan: l'intervention de l'armee a accru les risques d'explosion. 1977


Box 9
Pakistan mourns Zia's death less than the U.S. government. 1988


Box 9
Pakistan, plus or minus? 1997


Box 9
Pakistan portents. 1993


Box 9
Pakistan: signposts to a police state. 1974


Box 9
Pakistan: signposts to what? 1974


Box 9
Pakistan's Afghan problem. 1994


Box 9
Pakistan's American illusion. 1995


Box 9
Pakistan's Benazir predicament. 1999


Box 9
Pakistan's endangered history. 1995


Box 9
Pakistan's feudal burden.


Box 9
Pakistan's foreign policy: a modest agenda. 1990?


Box 9
[Pakistan's] foreign policy: a modest agenda--III. 1990


Box 9
Pakistan's foreign policy: the freeze. 1990?


Box 9
[Pakistan's foreign policy:] the freeze--II. 1990


Box 9
Pakistan's Kashmir tangle. 1995


Box 9
Pakistan's nuclear gains and the loss. 1998


Box 9
Pakistan's oligarchic predicament. 1993


Box 9
Pakistan's Praetorian curse. 1989


Box 9
Pakistan's predicament. 1991


Box 9
Pakistan's super-bureaucrat does it again. 1993


Box 9
Pakistan's uncertain future. 1996


Box 9
Pakistan: the troubled waters. 1984


Box 9
Palestine memo. 1991


Box 9
Parliamentary harakiri. 1994


Box 9
Peace in the Middle East: a lost opportunity. 1995


Box 9
The Peace Movement and the Third World. 1985


Box 9
Peace of the weak. 1993


Box 9
People are robbed of their verdict. 1990


Box 9
Persian Gulf revisited. 1981


Box 9
A perspective from the Third World on war and its abolition: an interview with Eqbal Ahmad. 1980


Box 9
"Pioneering" in the nuclear age: an essay of Israel and the Palestinians. 1984


Box 9
Players in the Afghan game. 1995


Box 9
La politica exterior norte-americano en la decada de los sententas: panorama general. 1975


Box 9
Political culture and foreign policy. 1976


Box 9
Political violence. 1990


Box 9
Politics and labor in Tunisia (doctoral dissertation). 1967


Box 9
Politics without vision. 1997


Box 9
Portent of a new century.


Box 9
Post-colonial systems of power. 1980


Box 9
Posturing vs. policy-making. 1993


Box 9
Power by proxy. 1987


Box 9
Power failure: an interview with Eqbal Ahmad. 1980


Box 9
The press and the politicians. 1989


Box 9
The price of freedom. 1997


Box 9
Primer for revolutionary guerrillas. 1968


Box 9
Problems of national unity.


Box 9
Profile of the religious right. 1999


Box 9
Proposal--Palestine.


Box 9
Prospects in Central Asia. 1992


Box 9
The public relations of ethnocide. 1983


Box 9
The Quaid commemorated. 1995


Box 10
The question of Iraq (review of Makiya). 1993


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A question of values. 1992


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Questions of responsibility. 1992


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Questions of right. 1992


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The race for president. 1993


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Racism and the state: coming crisis in U.S.-Japanese relations. 1991


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Radical but wrong. 1968


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Rafsanjani's challenge.


Box 10
Razia Bhatti: a tribute. 1996


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Reason as spectator. 1998


Box 10
The reconquest of Mexico. 1995


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Reconstruction in Iran. 1991


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Red in tooth and claw. 1998


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Reinventing education wheel. 1998


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Reflections on farmer organization for the management of irrigated agriculture in Sindh. 1991


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Releve politique dans le sous-continent Indien. 1978


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Religion in politics. 1999


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Religion in religious politics. 1999


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Remembering Sidi Mohammed. 1992


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Replacing Camp David. 1981


Box 10
Reply to Dawidowicz. 1982


Box 10
Reply to Gellner. 1993


Box 10
Reply to Hauser. 1982


Box 10
Reply to Makiya and Yapp.


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Rescuing Dayton. 1997


Box 10
Response to Weschler, Farhang and Makiya. 1993?


Box 10
Return of the 'northern tier'. 1996


Box 10
Returning to the world that Washington wants (in Arabic). 1975


Box 10
Review of Debray. 1968


Box 10
Review of E. Said, the Question of Palestine. 1980


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Review of Kalam. 1999


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Revolution in revolution.


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Revolutionary war and counter-insurgency. 1971


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Revolutionary warfare. 1965


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Revolutionary warfare and counter-insurgency. 1971.


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Revolutionary warfare conference.


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Revolutionary warfare: how to tell when the rebels have won. 1965


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The riddle of crossing the river.


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Roots of the religious right. 1999


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Roots of violence in contemporary Pakistan. 1998


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Roots of violence in Pakistan. 1998


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Royal players in Afghan Buzkashi? 1995


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Rush to recognize Israel. 1993


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Russia's strategic predicament. 1997


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Russia's tormented soul. 1995


Box 10
The Satanic Verses. 1989


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A savage exchange. 1992


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Saying the unsayable. 1995


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Season of surrender.


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Sectarianizing national identity. 1992


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The see-saw war. 1987


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Settler colonialism: peace of the weak to Wye's rebirth of apartheid. 1999


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The shame of our times.


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The shame of the nation. 1995


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Shotgun governance. 1999


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The signals soldiers pick. 1995


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Smile the beloved country! 1994


Box 10
Some thoughts on military intervention, Vietnam and the Third World.


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Soul struggles. 1991


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South Africa: at the rendezvous of victory. 1994


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South Africa's troubled politics. 1997


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A South Asian dialogue. 1993


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South Asia's American illusions. 1993


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South Asia's savage exchange. 1992


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Soviet Union.


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Speech, AAUG. 1979


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Speech at Georgetown.


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Speech at Sage Chapel, Cornell Univ., 1966


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Speech, Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture. 1995


Box 10
The spirit of Muharram. 1992


Box 10
The spoils of war. 1989


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Stalemate at Jalalabad. 1989


Box 10
State and its terrorists. 1995


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State and opposition in Islamic society. 1984


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A state without statesmen. 1997


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The subcontinental nemesis. 1992


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Suharto vs. Indonesia. 1979


Box 10
Swat Workshop lecture (in Urdu). 1996


Box 10
Syed Amjad Ali, 1907-1997. 1997


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Tahar Haddad, a Tunisian activist intellectual. 1997


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Talk at Georgetown U. 1992


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Talk: what's behind the crises in Afghanistan and Iran? 1980


Box 10
Talks: Yale, Said, terrorism.


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A teardrop on the Indian Ocean. 1997


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Tension in Tunisia. 1978


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Terrorism: the anti-communist link.


Box 10
Theories of counterinsurgency. 1970


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Thinking the unthinkable. 1986


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Third World distrust.


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Third World Writers Conference. 1987


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This nation is at risk. 1994


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A time to remember. 1992


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To America with a bowl. 1998


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A town called Shantinagar. 1997


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Trade unionism. 1966


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The tragedy lingers on. 1994


Box 10
The tragedy of Palestine. 1980


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Transnational Institute for Policy Studies. 1980-81


Box 10
Tribute to a crusader. 1996


Box 10
A tribute to our pioneers.


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The troubles ahead.


Box 10
A tug of war for Muslims' allegiance. 1991


Box 10
Tunisia.


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Tunisia, the development of reform unionism.


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Tunnel at the end of the tunnel.


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Turning Islam into a liability. 1998


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Turning the tide in Bosnia.


Box 10
The U.N. at forty. 1985


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The U.N. Sept., 1985


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U.N. Speech, 1982


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U.S. chickens home to roost. 1997


Box 10
U.S. foreign policy in the 1970's: an overview. 1974


Box 10
U.S.A. 1994. 1995?


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U.S.'s Mid-East predicament. 1998


Box 10
Untitled essay on Lin Piao. 1966


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Victims of the market. 1992?


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A vigil of vultures. 1992


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The violated rules--I. 1990


Box 10
Violence in dar-ul-Islam. 1998


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Voting under the gun. 1996


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Wages of dependency.


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Wanted: a foreign policy. 1994


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War and its abolition (Heiserman interview). 1979


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War of the rentier states. 1984?


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War on women. 1994


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The war without end. 1992


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Washington's predicament. 1998


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We have been here before. 1989


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We have no choice but to resist martial law. (interview with Eqbal Ahmad). 1997


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We meet again. 1992


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The weak shall inherit the wind. 1993


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Welcome, uneasy restoration. 1993


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Welcome war in Bosnia.


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West's odious role in Bosnia. 1992


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What after "strategic depth"? 1998


Box 10
What Arabs know and you don't. 1991


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What he died for. 1995


Box 10
What Washington wants. 1975


Box 10
What's behind the crises in Iran and Afghanistan. 1980


Box 10
What's in a name.


Box 10
When government violates the law. 1995


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When mountains die. 1998


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When the tail wags the dog. 1991


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Where and when we blundered.


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Where cowardice follows crime.


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Where the public is private. 1996


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While you were away. 1995


Box 10
Whose Third World? 1979


Box 10
Why hasn't the P.M. responded? 1997


Box 10
Why NATO has failed. 1999


Box 10
Will quiet revolution continue? 1997


Box 10
Winning hearts and minds: the theory and fallacies of counterinsurgency. 1971


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Words and no deeds? 1995


Box 10
The world according to Eqbal (interview). 1993


Box 10
World conflict zones: international and regional responses. 1994


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A world of pain. 1993


Box 10
'A world restored' revisited: American diplomacy in the Middle East. 1976


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Worldwide threat: U.S. perception. 1995


Box 10
The wrestling diplomacy. 1998


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Wrestling for detente. 1998


Box 10
Writings on the wall. 1995


Box 10
Yasser Arafat's nightmare (interview). 1983


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The year of muted chaos. 1995


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Year of NAFTA. 1994


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The year of the yawn. 1996


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Yet again a new Nixon. 1994


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Yet another blow to democracy.


Box 10
Your country's balance sheet. 1995


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Zealots on the loose. 1994


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Zia is a Punjabi Kulak. 1985


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Zia is no spokesman. 1980


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Zia's death is a metaphor for the state of Pakistan. 1988


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Zia's hand in Sindh's agony. 1990


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Zia's state terrorism. 1982.


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Series 7. AV MATERIAL



3/4" videocassette


Box 11
"Border Crossings". 1 hr. 31 min. (#1: Tapes 1-3, #2: Tapes 4-6, #3: Tapes 7-9). Alchymedia/Chris Belcher.


Box 11
VHS videocassettes


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Arena: Eqbal Ahmad: On the Grand Trunk Road. NTSC.


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"Arena" Eqbal Rm. Playout (MRS 125173) 1996. BBC TV Viewing Tape.


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c/c Eqbal 2 Assembly


Box 11
"Dealing with the Demon". 7 min. Australian High Commission.


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Dharam Yudh.


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Distorted Image. (18 min.)


Box 11
Eqbal Ahmad: "Global-Local" - Closing Remarks. 10-17-98.


Box 11
Eqbal Ahmad: "Power Syndromes and World Realities". PAWSS Summer Institute, 1997. (1 hr., 7 min.).


Box 11
Eqbal - Tape 1. Ted Koppel.


Box 11
"The Eunuch Song". DBC, 1995.


Box 11
"Fidel" (Spanish with English subtitles), 10-22-93. 1 hr. 36 min. for Policy Studies.


Box 11
1st Convocation, Textile Institute of Pakistan. NISC (46 min.)


Box 11
"Flashpoint: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict". R. Khalidi.


Box 11
German TV Report.


Box 11
"El Golpe del Estado en Chile: The Takeover of the Government in Chile" Documentation. 9/11/73, from Alfonso Stefanini.


Box 11
"Gulf Crisis TV Project":1) War, Oil & Power; 2) Operation Dissidence; 3) Getting Out of the Sand Trap; 4) Bring the Troops Home Now! Paper Tiger Television & Deep Dish Satellite Network.


Box 11
"Heart of the Matter" BBC, 35 min. Christic Institute.


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Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture: 2nd Convocation. 1995 Hakim Sons.


Box 11
Iqbal Rizza, Eqbal Ahmad: PAWSS Lecture.


Box 11
"Iraq - Iran" on MacNeil/Lehrer with Eqbal Ahmad. 1/29/91? Note on tape - "ruined hodge podge"


Box 11
Japanese Report. NHK Japanese TV. 11-16-96.


Box 11
"A Line in the Sand, War or Peace?" 1-14-91, ABC News Special.


Box 11
NTSC - Eqbal (Non-edited version).


Box 11
Pakistan Story - DFP


Box 11
"Perspectives on the Gulf Crisis" (with Eqbal Ahmad) 1990. 30 min. Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) & Center for Defense Information (CDI) 2 copies.


Box 11
Reading Faiz: Eqbal Ahmad, Agha Shahid Ali, Naomi Lazar, Sara Sulesi. 11-21-96.


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"Report from Iraq". Institute for Policy Studies.


Box 11
Said: "The Arabs"


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"Songs of Struggle, Songs of Peace" 3-16-96, MLDS Symposium - Poetry Reading.


Box 11
"Talking About the 21st Century"


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Tellstar News: Cesar Chavez (31 min. 30 sec.); Sen. Eugene McCarthy (16 min. 45 sec.); Sen. Eugene McCarthy (22 min. 19 sec.); Tellstar News Promo (7 min.). Readus W. Fletcher Production.


Box 11
"The Uncompromising Revolution" (54 min. 39 sec.) The Cinema Guild.


Box 11
Vincent Ferraro, Pavel Machala, Eqbal Ahmad: "Bosnia: What Role for the US? (59 min.).


Box 11
Legacies of Eqbal Ahmad - Edward Said


Box 12
Legacies of Eqbal Ahmad - Tapes 1-6. 9-17-99.


Box 12
Audiocassettes


Box 12
Daniel Sheehan - "Contragate". 2-1-87. Beverly Hills High School.


Box 12
Dr. Forouhar, NF (Tapes 1 & 2, sides 1, 2, 3). Cig. Striker (side 4) 10-11-78


Box 12
Dr. Sanjabi (Tapes 1 & 2, sides 1,2,3,4) 10-11-78.


Box 12
"Faiz". Vol. 2.


Box 12
George Houser and Cockcroft (side 1), McHenry (side 2). 10-11-78.


Box 12
Mr. Nazih (Head of Jurists Assoc.) Tape #1, sides 1 & 2, parts 1 & 2) 10-12-78. Mr. Nazih (Tape #2, side 1 - part 3). Khomeni's Brother (side 2) 10-12-78.


Box 12
"Palestine's Women: Resistance & Change" (side 1); "Children of the Stones" (side 2)


Box 12
"The Palestinian Future", Edward Said. Alternative Radio, 3-26-98.


Box 12
Shariatmadari. QOM 10-13-78 (sides 1 & 2).


Box 12
"Waging War/Nuclear Age" 10/16-17/87 Tape 1: Disarmament Program Contras/Every Continent: Ahmad, Chanda, Honey, McGehee, Urdang The Riverside Church. Tapes 2 & 3: Afghanistan: Superpowers Come Close: Eqbal Ahmad.


Box 12
7-1/2" monophonic audio tapes


Box 12
Eqbal Ahmad Mem. Room (3 tapes). 2-15-66. Parts 1,2,3. Tape 1-"Clubb's last words & questions"


Box 12
3M R60 digital audio tape


Box 12
Eqbal--Addl. material for BBC. 9/19/96.


Box 12
Miscellaneous material


Box 12
Border Crossings: Eqbal Ahamad retires, Oct. 3 & 4, 1997. (Scrapbook: photographs by Rebecca A. Kandel).


Box 12
Border Crossings: 2 1/2" videocassettes. Democracy University special edition, 1997.


Box 12
Rectangular plaque on wood: "The United Holy Land Fund honors Professor Eqbal Ahmad for his outstanding support to the United Holy Land Fund and for his committment to the Palestinian people in their march towards liberation and freedom in Palestine. Chicago, Oct. 23, 1988."


Box 12
Round pewter plaque: "For Eqbal Ahmad, MERIP 15th Anniversary, Apr. 5, 1986"


Box 12
1 box 5 1/4" diskettes, + 1 zip disc "Backup of Eqbal's hard drive, 3/25/98"


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26 photographic prints, Pakistani(?) people by "a famous Pakistani photographer", according to Yogesh Chandrani, 7/00.


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Additional Material


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VHS Videocassettes


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Dr. C.A. Qadir 7th Memorial Lecture. Speaker: Prof. Iqbal, "Intellectual & state", 2/12/97


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Farmer's Field Day and Workshop at village Karmalikhan Jamali. 12/31/90


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1st Convocation, Textile Institute of Pakistan.


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Perspectives on the Gulf Crisis. 1990


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Women of Orangi (1990); OPP Documentary (1986); Orangi Pilot Program (1989); Katchi Abadi Squatter Settlement in Pak.


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1 videocassette labeled in Arabic or Urdu.


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Audiotape Cassettes


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Countdown on the Gulf. A WBAI Special Premium. 3 cassettes.


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Dispatches--Public Radio News Services. 1 cassette.


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Hampshire College Commencement, 5/17/97. 1 cassette.


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Islam Progs 1 & 2. Islam Faith & Power 3. 3 cassettes.


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MLDS Panel Discussion, 3/16/92. 2 cassettes.


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On Afghanistan with Eqbal Ahmed. 1 cassette.


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Series 8. POSTERS



The challenge of Third World Culture. Duke Univ., 9/25-27/86. 2 copies, one signed by participants.


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Border Crossings: the committments of a political intellectual: a celebration of the life and work of Eqbal Ahmad. Hampshire College, 10/3-4/97. 2 copies Noam Chomsky. Hampshire College, 10/3/97 Edward Said. UMass, 10/3/97


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Kofi Annan: The inaugural Eqbal Ahmad lecture. Hampshire College, 9/16/98. 2 copies


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Edward Said: the annual Eqbal Ahmad lecture. Hampshire College, 9/17/99. 2 copies


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The legacies of Eqbal Ahmad. Hampshire College, 9/18/99. 2 copies


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Organisation F.L.N. Alger. Scema provisoire au 8 Mars 57.


2
Organisation Rebelle d'Alger.


2
La Mujer Hebrea de Bertold Brecht. Julio '68.


3
No Mas Armas Nucleares por los Ninos. Vote!


3
La Nueva Escuela. Film Cubano en colores, direccion: Jorge Fraga. Niko 73.


3
El Machete. Dibujo animado Cubano en colores. Direccion: Juan Padron.


3
Si salgo, llego...si llego, entro...si entro, triunfo/Fidel. Instituto


3
Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematograficos.


3
El Otro Francisco. Film Cubano/direccion: Sergio Giral.


3
Y Donde Estaremos el 2 de Enero? En la cana!


3
El tiempo es el viento. Film Cubano en colores. Dir: Santiago Alvarez.


3
Niko 77.


3
Centenario de Lenin. Instituto Cubano de Arte e Industria Cinematograficos. Niko 69


3
Con las banderas victoriosas del moncada y del Marxismo-Leninismo conquistando el porvenir.


3
1959-1969 Tenth anniversary of the Cuban rebellion.


3
Jornada Ideologica: 50 Anniversario del primer partido Marxista- Leninista.


3
Seguiremos navegando existosamente en el granma hacia el futuro.


3
Bello es vera un partido de revolucion...


3
Congreso PCC: fortalecer el partido.


3
Al primer congreso por nuevas victorias de la patria y del socialismo


3
Hacer el macimo y hacerlo todo.


3
La humanidad marcha inevitablemente hacia el socialismo.


3
Fortalecer al amistad con la union sovietica y demas paises socialista en saludo.


3
La fuerza del partido radica en su vinculacion estrecha con las masas.


3
Hasta la victoria siempre.


3
Departmento de orientacion revolucionaria 1975.


3
En 1969 mantendremos la misma proteccion contra la polio.


3
Universite Euro-Arabe d'Ete. Rencontre de musique Mediterraneenne. Ete 86.


4
You are invited to a festival of hope in support of Plowshares 8.


4
Vietnam siempre. 1973.


4
Kissinger rescued in protest at Brasil college. 1984.


4
Artists call against U.S. Intervention in Central America. January 1984.


4
Farewell at the hour of parting: in commemoration of the 10th anniversary


4
of the Angolan armed struggle for independence 1961-1971.


4
Fateh: Revolution until victory.


4
Fateh: 18 years of armed struggle.


4
The Israeli occupation of the West Bank/Gaza Strip: the economic and political geography of oppression.


4
Disarmament: the UN second special session on disarmament 1982.


4
Enough massacres.


4
New Nazis, new victims.


4
Liberte pour les prisonniers et libanais du camp d'Al-Anser.


4
Stop the holocaust of Palestinians.


4
16-17 September 1982 Sabra and Shatila.


4
A bientot!


4
Le nouvel exode des Palestinians.


4
Peace for Palestine.


4
The Indochinese fought not only for themselves, but for all the peoples of the world.


4
Day of solidarity with Zimbabwe.


4
1970.


4
For an independent South Yemen.


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