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Rubin, Elizabeth
December 2001
New Republic;12/17/2002, Vol. 225 Issue 25, p16
Reports on the education of Afghans during a period of prolonged warfare and political repression. Military symbolism contained within Afghan textbooks; Experiences of a bookseller persecuted by several Afghan regimes; Influence of theses books and education on views of people about outside forces as the United States and terrorist Osama bin Laden; Comments of an Afghanistan citizen on how his country is known by other people in world; Report on Shah, a majority group Kabulis who insist that foreign powers must impose both peace and a negotiated settlement here; Experience and sufferings of people of Afghanistan due to terrorism and U.S. attacks.


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