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'Come September': Award-Winning Author Arundhati Roy Speaks Out On Iraq, U.S. Foreign Policy, Palestine & Corporate Globalization

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Today, as part of our ongoing teach-in on war and peace, we bring you the voice of Arundhati Roy. She is the author of

??Power Politics and ??The God of Small Things, for which she won the Booker Prize in 1997. She is an outspoken critic of India’s nuclear weapons testing and environmental policies and has been tried for her political beliefs. Her latest book, coming out at the end of April, is ??War Talk.

In late September last year, Roy gave a major address in Santa Fe, New Mexico on the war in Iraq, U.S. foreign policy, Palestine and corporate globalization.

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  • Arundhati Roy, author of The God of Small Things and Power Politics. Trained as an architect, she is an outspoken critic of India’s nuclear weapons testing and environmental policies. She has been tried for her political beliefs.

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