Mitchell Abidor

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About Mitchell Abidor

Mitchell Abidor is a translator who has published over a dozen books on French radical history and a writer on history, ideas, and culture who has appeared in the New York Times , Dissent , Foreign Affairs , the New York Review of Books , andnbsp; Jacobin , among many others.

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It all began on December 21, 1911 – fully fourteen years ago, years filled with other killings. On the boulevards the newspapers flew from hand to hand, amid the paperboys’ shouts, “Read all about the crime on rue Ordener! Messenger boy killed in the middle of the day! The murderers fire into the crowd!” No one has forgotten how strong emotions were around this. The crime, carried out with consummate skill and unheard-of calm, conceived and planned to the least detail, was meant to provoke terror. We seemed to be in the presence of a well-organized gang, one that demonstrated horrific boldness, and whose abominable act went far beyond the most shocking crimes ever before seen. The same word was immediately on e... (From :


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