Talk World Radio: Abdul Jabbar on U.S.-Backed Coup in Pakistan

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This week on Talk World Radio we’re talking about a U.S. supported coup in Pakistan. Our guest Abdul Jabbar is an emeritus professor at City College of San Francisco and a former visiting professor of English at University of California, Berkeley. He came to the United States on a Fulbright scholarship and has received two National Endowment for the Humanities awards. His books are: Reading and Writing with Multicultural Literature: In Search of Reconciliation and Peace; and Not of an Age, But for All Time: Revolutionary Humanism in Iqbal, Manto, and Faiz; and The Promise, Reality, and Potential of America‚Äôs Cultural Diversity.

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