It shook the world when it happened. Picasso created one of the century’s masterpieces from the terror bombing of the Basque town of Guernica 75 years ago. Today, very few remember the significance of the Spanish Civil War and the still-alive issues involved. Burt’s guest is Oberlin Professor and author Sebastiaan Faber, who chairs the Abraham Lioncoln Brigade Archives board of governors. There’s a reason the Bush Administration felt it needed to cover a tapestry of Guernica at the UN when Negroponte and Powell spoke there about the US war just beginning on Iraq. These largely forgotten lessons of history we must now learn!

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