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"Exclusive! A talk with Iqbal Ahmad"
Part 1/2 of an interview with Eqbal Ahmad, one of six anti-war activists indicted on charges of conspiring to kidnap Presidential aide Henry Kissinger, published in the February 12, 1971 edition of Muhammad Speaks. Ahmad talks about the charges against him, the relationship between racism in America and the war in Vietnam, and his right to criticize the U.S. government as a non-U.S. citizen.
Date: February 12, 1971
Subject(s): Eqbal Ahmad
Type: Newspaper Clipping
Source: Muhammad Speaks
Creator: Ali Badhdadi
Holding Institution: Hampshire College
Collection: Eqbal Ahmad Papers at Hampshire College
Digitizer: Manan Desai
Item History: 2014-05-03 (created); 2014-08-08 (modified)
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