Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Francisco Ferrer centennial today

I'm too busy right now to do a real post (and I will eventually put up a post about the 2009 reunion, which was highly successful), but wanted to mark the occasion; I've posted previously about the subject here, here, and here.

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