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From the Margins
1) Lest we remember - on Remembrance Day 2) US election post-mortem - how to interpret the Trump victory
Jeff Brown, UNB history professor
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Interview with University of New Brunswick (UNB) professor of American history, Jeff Brown on two subjects:

1) A recent essay he co-authored with UNB political science professor, Thom Workman, "Lest we Remember, which problematizes Remembrance day as a day that validates current and ongoing war rather than remembers its horrors .
2) US election post mortem - on the Trump victory and what it tells us about the US electorate; the rejections of neoliberal politics as usual; whether Clinton was actually the safer option; where to go from here; etc

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00:59:29 1 Nov. 13, 2016
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